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      12-18-2007, 07:22 PM   #23
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Germany has some crazy rules about modified exhaust and I'm thinking to hold that mod till I get back to US. Keep telling mw what systems or combinations you have and how are they performing for you.
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Our E90 exhauts are TUV approved and EC approved with certification papers on hand. No worries
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Have the complete exhaust system in my car and it sounds great and I felt the difference in hp.
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Have the complete exhaust system in my car and it sounds great and I felt the difference in hp.
I see you have the Supersprint Headers. How did they work out for you? How did you handle the first set of O2 sensors so you wouldn't get a "Check Engine Light"??
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      12-19-2007, 05:06 PM   #27
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I see you have the Supersprint Headers. How did they work out for you? How did you handle the first set of O2 sensors so you wouldn't get a "Check Engine Light"??
epiphone. if you see the picture accompanying the first post in the bottom of the headers near the collectors there are 2 fittings where the precat sensors are connected. After that you can see the picture of the metallic cats with the fitting for the post cat sensors. Those fittings are in the outlet side of the cats.
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      12-21-2007, 12:19 AM   #28
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I think if you went with the complete SS set up, you would be very impressed and happy with it.

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      12-21-2007, 12:58 AM   #29
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This is my long term project. I want to end up with a VF engineering supercharger system or something as reliable and respected paired with a full exhaust system. I know that everyone is driving a twin turbo 335 but I like my car and don't really want to trade it in. I am very happy with it and the search for horsepower is never over. Even with a turbocharged engine you will be looking for ways to upgrade. Let me know what you think about the idea.
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      12-21-2007, 01:14 PM   #30
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I think if you went with the complete SS set up, you would be very impressed and happy with it.

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Do the headers really make the car very loud? I would have thought that they would have the opposite effect!
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What car...and what other mods do you have...

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If i end up getting this kind of exhaust upgrade. What kind of other upgrades I need to start thinking about to make it work correctly? Any kind of software required. Will the exhaust system include the needed software or how would I need to tune the car? Whats the best option for an intake to match the exhaust?
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If a lot of you ordered the Supersprint exhaust for what I can see please post what your thoughts are about the system.
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its so much $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$

I have the Eisenmann SR Pipes with the 4x70 exhaust and it sounds awesome!!! the sound is So deep, but yet can sound like an f1 almost when you hit it really hard.

I would recommend the Eisenmann exhaust over the Supersprint.

Its going to be soo loud with the headers too.
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      12-30-2007, 12:00 AM   #38
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Eisenmann is my next choice. I see that most people are using it and has worked out really weel for them. In the other hand, I'm getting confused about the supersprint system since is not well recommended. Maybe is the price. Most of the times you get what you pay for, but I don't want to end up paying so much for something that I can get for less with compaarable or better quality. Some people running supersprint will recommend it. Well, keep posting you experiences with whatever set up is working out for you and how you like the sound and HP gain.
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I am getting ready to move on with my exhaust upgrade. Did any of you guys get a really good deal on SS stuff? If so, from who or where?
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