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      07-25-2012, 04:17 AM   #1
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Appreciate any suggestion

Planning on getting exhaust.
I wish to have some noticeable sound different, power gain is not necessary, but no power loss.

I've read some messages before saying low rev/high rev.
Kindly please explain a bit more for me, thanks.
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Get the BMW performance exhaust. Scflaw is trying to organize a group buy.
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Is BMW Performance exhaust $8K something?

BTW, I love how it sounds! ARQRAY from Japan:
http://youtu.be/rtnsH3DVbw0

Newbie Q:
After upgrading the exhaust (muffler), the low torque will be affected (slow on pick up)?
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Try BMW oem performance muffer, best value for money
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Is BMW Performance exhaust $8K something?

BTW, I love how it sounds! ARQRAY from Japan:
http://youtu.be/rtnsH3DVbw0

Newbie Q:
After upgrading the exhaust (muffler), the low torque will be affected (slow on pick up)?
Can someone answer to nubettle?
I would love to understand it a bit more
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PE better than eisenmann?
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Can someone answer to nubettle?
I would love to understand it a bit more
I got a ARQRAY for my E87 130i, but I didn't feel any low torque loss.
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PE better than eisenmann?
In the immortal words of a visionary "Different stroke for different folks"
Eisenmann should be a catback, so it might provide a tiny bit of gains.
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Also if i've done my research(lurking) properly. If you have a naturally aspirated engine, by relieving the back pressure you might lose low end torque because the "scavenging" effect. Therefore larger pipes or bigger exhaust, may provide a tiny bit of a power increase up top but in return for loss of low end torque. Hope that helps.
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So for a slow driver like myself should not modify the exhaust?

All I want is to sound a cooler on the street.

What to do what to do
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So for a slow driver like myself should not modify the exhaust?

All I want is to sound a cooler on the street.

What to do what to do
Muffler's, would seem like your best bet.
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