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      01-04-2014, 01:47 AM   #1
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Short review: Meisterschaft SUS GT exhaust with 2x102mm tips on 335i

Happy 2014 everyone!

I have had my eyes on this exhaust since I bought my car in August...and finally saw some holiday sales on the forum near the end of 2013! Got an unbelievable deal from Golan @ Need4speed, almost a deal of a steal so I couldn't help myself not to pull the trigger lol Excellent customer service from Golan, awesome guy to deal with!

Anyway, got these installed on my N54 E93 335i the next day I received them...so I decided to do a short review to share my first impression! The build quality of the exhaust was very impressive! (Btw, the installation requires welding even though the exhaust package comes with the clamps. The stock piping are a little narrower than the exhaust's connection piping. It is best to get them welded to avoid air leak as suggested by the installer). The muffler sounded so tame at its first start after the installation (even more quieter than the stock exhaust at warm start, I was like shttt for real?), but then it started to sound louder in time after they are broken in.

For those of you who are interested in getting the same exhaust...get it! This is one of the sick sounding exhaust for the 335i! The BMW PE, Eisenmann, Borla and Meisterschaft sound amazing, talking about just the axle back mufflers. The Meisterschaft sounds a little more aggressive + louder compare to the PE (had a neighbor with the PE)...so it might be a little too loud if you already have a decatted dp or resonators removed. They are LOUD at cold start and produce a deep tone at cruising speed. You can hear some pops when running at low rpms, which is pretty cool! They SCREAMMMMM at WOT and put a smile on your face The most important thing is...I have not noticed any drones/rattles so far The 102mm (4") tips filled the stock bumper exhaust openings well. Will be switching to Mtech rear soon and I believe these should fill in the diffuser exhaust openings as well!

Long story short, love this Meisterschaft GT exhaust and would definitely recommend it! I personally think the F30 exhaust with the EV control sounds even more sick though!!!

The exhaust was very well packaged when they arrived.
Here are some unboxing and installed photos:








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Sound clip please!! Very interested in this..
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Will definitely do a video clip when the weather gets better! There is a snowstorm going on here haha
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