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      04-01-2008, 08:44 PM   #1
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Love the exhaust note...

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I've just gotta say - I'm in Love with the exhaust note of my 335. It gets a definite growl above 4000 rpm.

I haven't taken the car over 4500 rpm yet... thought I'd at least give the internals a chance to settle in... shortly I'll be
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      04-03-2008, 05:42 AM   #2
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I have to agree. The growl is just so addictive i just want to go faster and faster the more i hear it. i have had 3 times where i went over 5k but not more then 2 seconds. To me the car sounded almost f1 like
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Ever Thought About Getting A Remus Muffler, Im Sure You Will Love The Sound Even More.
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Yes you can tell BMW expended a lot of effort finessing the sound. Have you noticed that there is an interconnecting pipe between the two rear mufflers? I think this has a role to play in creating the addictive, slightly off beat burble.
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Ever Thought About Getting A Remus Muffler, Im Sure You Will Love The Sound Even More.
+1 on that... The Remus' that I have heard have been great... That addictive "stockish" sound, but a fair bit more of it!
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Hi All,

I've just gotta say - I'm in Love with the exhaust note of my 335. It gets a definite growl above 4000 rpm.

I haven't taken the car over 4500 rpm yet... thought I'd at least give the internals a chance to settle in... shortly I'll be
have you done the golf tee exhaust mod yet. It will sound much better at low rpm's. I love the way my stock exhaust sounds.
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I installed Bastuck muffler with quad outlets on my e92 335. Great sound, quiet cruise and under acceleration to redline: radio off, windows down and enjoy the music.
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have you done the golf tee exhaust mod yet. It will sound much better at low rpm's. I love the way my stock exhaust sounds.
dont use a golf tee you can unplug the actuator its a simple electrical plug in the truck behind the driver side tail light doing this creates no codes or dummy lights
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