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      07-10-2007, 01:59 PM   #89
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i think the bb bullet is the best option. it doesn't slip from your hands when you trying to put it in and it has a little indent on the bottom where you can push it in with a small screw driver.And the 4.5mm fits perfect!!!
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I did this mod on the weekend and its definetly more noticeably louder, my wife asked me WTF i did to the car and asked why its so loud now.
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      07-10-2007, 02:08 PM   #91
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Let's get loud ( anyway half as loud as a 996 turbo ). IMO this mod provides the perfect sound for the car with stock exhaust.
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Just did this mod. Easy as cake. Used a Bb gun pellet. 4.5mm. Fit perfectly. Car sounds slightly better at low RPM's. Great mod!
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its more than just noticable... its freaking OBVIOUSLY louder... check your flap, make sure its open all the time... some people have had issues with vaccum not getting sealed up, and the flap still closing
i will def check, where exactly is this "flap" can i see it easily? i mean maybe its a lil louder, but i would love to make sure the flap is closed, thanx!
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its more than just noticable... its freaking OBVIOUSLY louder... check your flap, make sure its open all the time... some people have had issues with vaccum not getting sealed up, and the flap still closing
Well, quite honestly it's not OBVIOUSLY louder. It's somewhat louder. Don't make it out to be louder than it actually is.
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Well, quite honestly it's not OBVIOUSLY louder. It's somewhat louder. Don't make it out to be louder than it actually is.
Well, if you are running near walls or houses, with your windows down, you can tell it is quite a bit louder, particularly under slight load between 2000-3000rpm's.
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Here's a comparison between the two, stock and golf tee... you're welcome.

http://www.e90post.com/forums/showth...light=golf+tee
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      07-11-2007, 08:26 AM   #97
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Well, quite honestly it's not OBVIOUSLY louder. It's somewhat louder. Don't make it out to be louder than it actually is.
actually, it is OBVIOUSLY louder

your ears must be full of wax
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actually, it is OBVIOUSLY louder

your ears must be full of wax
From inside the car, with the windows down you have to pay good attention to tell the 10% increase in sound over stock. To me that's not OBVIOUS.

I wasn't making any personal negative comments, so please refrain from going in that direction. We're older then that.

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I ended cutting the pin prick piece tube off and retested this ball bearing only idea and I did find an optimal size that will be safe to use and is within a safe deformation limit of the tube.

The 5/32 ball bearing I retested did move slightly over a 3 day period. It did not leak so the size is sufficient to create a seal.

The final ball bearing size I did select is 7/32. Over the last 4 days it has not moved. There is no need to pin prick the hose as the forces need to move the ball exceed what will be available. The ball bearing is easy-moderate to install and would use the end of hex wrench to install the ball down the tube.

7/32 ball bearing is an easy size to find as well since they are used in head set on bicycles so you can pick it up at your local dealer.

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      07-12-2007, 07:36 AM   #100
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From inside the car, with the windows down you have to pay good attention to tell the 10% increase in sound over stock. To me that's not OBVIOUS.

I wasn't making any personal negative comments, so please refrain from going in that direction. We're older then that.

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its more like 25% louder to me... sorry, wasnt trying to be mean... but seriously, it was like someone installed a new exhaust on my car after i did the mod... its not something that goes unnoticed, even to my wife, who could care less, but yet noticed right away as soon as I drove off with her in the car... windows up even...

make sure your flap is full open.
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      07-12-2007, 05:18 PM   #101
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+1 on 4.5mm lead pellet.
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      07-12-2007, 08:44 PM   #102
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I got my 7/32" ball installed today. need some force to push it up.. but that also tell me that it will not move...
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      07-12-2007, 08:45 PM   #103
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the perfect tool that i found to push that ball up was using the hex wrench in BMW tool kit... and push that sucker up...
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      07-15-2007, 03:50 PM   #104
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I just kinked and zip tied without disconnecting. Nice sound!

Another benefit is that you get a deceleration burble too...love that sound.
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      07-16-2007, 10:56 AM   #105
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Let's get loud ( anyway half as loud as a 996 turbo ). IMO this mod provides the perfect sound for the car with stock exhaust.
I have done the golf tee mod yesterday and spent the evening cruising in the city streets open topped.... great sound!
so once again I have to quote Eugen: it is the perfect sound for this car, just amazing and still civilized at low rpms, much stronger at mid rpms
Great mod, simple and effective!
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just did this over the wkend...

used a small screw from an old RC car.. i screwed it in about half way and fit perfectly.. the hose fit perfectly over it all and the sound is perfect!
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just did this over the wkend...

used a small screw from an old RC car.. i screwed it in about half way and fit perfectly.. the hose fit perfectly over it all and the sound is perfect!
Yep, I used a screw and screwed it into the hose; then capped the metal nipple. It was easy and effective; didn't have to use the ball bearing thing...just a correctly sized screw.
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i will def check, where exactly is this "flap" can i see it easily? i mean maybe its a lil louder, but i would love to make sure the flap is closed, thanx!
Just use a flashlight and look straight into the driver's side exhaust tip....you can't miss it.....if mod is working correctly the "flap" should remain open all the time.
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An enterprising member has found a much easier solution: http://www.e90post.com/forums/showpo...26&postcount=1
ahh beat me to it. haha.

but to quote from that thread,

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Only I went down a much easier route, instead of pulling the vacuum hose off the solenoid I just disconnected the electrical actuator that opens up the vacuum line to close the solenoid. This actuator is located right under the driver side taillight from inside. To get to it all you have to do is pop open the little cover in the trunk behind the taillight and you'll see the electrical connection on the bottom right side of the panel.
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