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    Best exhaust setup for a daily driver

    Background: Most cars i've owned have had aftermarket exhausts on them. It's great when you get on it but for everyday, sitting in traffic, i start to regret it. I had a UUC TSE2 on my 330 which droned like crazy so I then changed to the Rogue DMS which was significantly improved. I also put a catted dp and greddy sp2 exhaust on my STI which wasn't bad but i always wondered if i'd be better off w/ the dp and stock muffler. This leads to up to making my decision for the e92 M.

    I've been leaning towards getting an HFC/x-pipe setup and keeping the stock muffler but i'm now reading people say that it sounds like crap. This would certainly be my first choice from a drone perspective but I still want a nice V8 rumble.

    Thoughts on what the best setup would be in my situation?

    If i'm not going to make more power wth what ever option I choose, i'll just stick with stock.

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    You know, you might want to look into Eisenmann if you want something you can live with day to day.

    My car was basically straight piped and it gets to the point where you can't listen to music or do much of anything without getting tons of unwanted attention.
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    Does SuperSprint do any thing for the late model BMW's yet? My SuperSprint has the note of God.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by milkt Click here to enlarge
    Does SuperSprint do any thing for the late model BMW's yet? My SuperSprint has the note of God.
    Yes, they have exhausts available.
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    WOW
    I just looked.
    They are PROUD too.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by GBX Click here to enlarge
    Background: Most cars i've owned have had aftermarket exhausts on them. It's great when you get on it but for everyday, sitting in traffic, i start to regret it. I had a UUC TSE2 on my 330 which droned like crazy so I then changed to the Rogue DMS which was significantly improved. I also put a catted dp and greddy sp2 exhaust on my STI which wasn't bad but i always wondered if i'd be better off w/ the dp and stock muffler. This leads to up to making my decision for the e92 M.

    I've been leaning towards getting an HFC/x-pipe setup and keeping the stock muffler but i'm now reading people say that it sounds like crap. This would certainly be my first choice from a drone perspective but I still want a nice V8 rumble.

    Thoughts on what the best setup would be in my situation?

    If i'm not going to make more power wth what ever option I choose, i'll just stick with stock.
    do you have both cars or just the M now?

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by LostMarine Click here to enlarge
    do you have both cars or just the M now?
    Currently have the 335. Counting down the days til my lease is up. Want to have all my reserach done adn mods decided on by the time the M is in my garage Click here to enlarge

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    get the akrapovic rear and a Gintani Xpipe
    Current: 964 WB, 993, Panamera Turbo

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by EUGENE-Taiwan Click here to enlarge
    get the akrapovic rear and a Gintani Xpipe
    Expensive setup...
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    Expensive setup...
    true! but I tried the Eisenmann myself, Akra, Gintani.... and I've heard Josh's set up in person I still think its the best set up for DD
    Current: 964 WB, 993, Panamera Turbo

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    We have MANY options for Supersprint exhausts.

    There is the TUV approved Street exhaust which is very tame, adds some base and a little up top but it is limited.

    Then we have the race version which is much louder all round, and a newly developed 'F1 Race' which is specifically for those that way all out volume.

    We also have the Evolve specific exhaust developed to our specifications which is Valved, so you have the choice between 'daily driver' and 'crazy insane' sound Click here to enlarge

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    P.S. we have MUCH better pricing available for those that are looking for 335 Supersprint options Click here to enlarge

    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by milkt Click here to enlarge
    WOW
    I just looked.
    They are PROUD too.

    http://www.supersprintna.com/categor..._model%5D/352/

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    you can run the Evolve E-Tronic, love how it sounds on my car.. SS is a good choice as well
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    stock exhaust with an electric cutout at the dp that does not get stuck and always seals closed perfectly.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Supersprint-Evolve Click here to enlarge
    P.S. we have MUCH better pricing available for those that are looking for 335 Supersprint options Click here to enlarge
    I certainly hope so:

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    $2500 for a couple high flow cats worth $250 and some piping worth $500 is a RIP OFF.

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    Your paying for more than some pipe and cats when you purchase Supersprint parts (where can you buy HJS top grade cats for $250? Possibly the lower grade ones with little coating, but Supersprint only use the top, most expensive, grade).

    But yes, we can still do better than that on our pricing Click here to enlarge

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    @Supersprint-Evolve -- Do you sell a resonated, non-catted midsection for a E90 N54. I've seen the high-flow cats & the straight, race pipes, but nothing resonated.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by benzy89 Click here to enlarge
    @Supersprint-Evolve -- Do you sell a resonated, non-catted midsection for a E90 N54. I've seen the high-flow cats & the straight, race pipes, but nothing resonated.
    It's because with the homologated rear mufflers the car is quite quiet anyway, and with race mufflers we found it quite metallic, unrefined at low rpm and not a great tone, but on top of that there are space reasons.


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    There's not much room for a silencer in the middle and the shape is quite contorted. Currently there aren't any plans for such a piece unless there's enough demand, we could always request another 335i and figure out a solution.

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