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      07-24-2013, 03:22 AM   #1
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FS: 335i Supersprint Race exhaust

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FS Supersprint Race rear exhaust for 335i

Purchased a month ago I've had them along with a bunch of other mods sat in my garage.

On Sunday I had them installed and quickly realised they didn't fit with the look I'm going for. I'm going for an aftermarket look to really fill up the rear, so seeking a set of large quad pipes instead. That along with the fact I've decided to go catless so will be ridiculously loud combined with this exhaust.

The sound is great - deep and meaty below 3k and opens up in the top register. It'll open up a little more too when its run in. Quality wise they are second to none, Supersprint being the ultimate in quality of exhausts, their tail pipes are works of art in themselves.

They have around 60 dry miles on it by the time I take it off on the weekend, so in as new condition with expected new warranty.

They were just shy of €1200 including delivery to the UK

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      07-24-2013, 04:22 AM   #2
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Nice exhaust. Sounds very much like a bmw performance.
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      07-24-2013, 08:16 AM   #4
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PM replied although I'm afraid it won't fit on an E93.

Only fits on the Saloon or the Estate versions of the 335i.

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Nice exhaust. Sounds very much like a bmw performance.
I believe it does yes. The Sport version of their system is quite tame, volume wise this is probably the same as my previous Milltek - but with a much more smoother and nicer tone, and without the crappy quality which means you have to readjust every 5 minutes when the tailpipes go wonky.
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      07-24-2013, 09:03 AM   #5
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Im pretty sure this exhaust wilk fit the e92 and e93. Nornally the inly issue is that the tail pipe stick out the rear a tad to far. But that said it can be easily adjusted as the tials pipes are bolt on. Or worat case I tiny bit of cutting and welding would do the trick.
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Im pretty sure this exhaust wilk fit the e92 and e93. Nornally the inly issue is that the tail pipe stick out the rear a tad to far. But that said it can be easily adjusted as the tials pipes are bolt on. Or worat case I tiny bit of cutting and welding would do the trick.
In that case I stand corrected! They are bolt on yes, I just gathered they wouldn't fit as they have different part numbers.
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Im prett sure this has come up before. Maybe do a search
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I can't remember exactly, but I know these will fit 335d and i.
The only difference between Coupe and Saloon/Touring is that (IIRC) the Coupe ones are about 35mm longer on the tail piece.

According to the guy I spoke to at Supersprint anyway!!

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I knew I was somewhere ckose. So basically fits both. I know the exhaust are the same through the range so winderes why it would be a problem.
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Well that just opened up the market, thanks guys Have requested info from Supersprint anyway just to confirm.
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I found out today the answer.

The exhausts are the same all through the range.
335i
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Touring

335d
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Touring

The only difference is the length of the exhaust tips. The touring etc is longer than for the coupes. Theoretically the tips will just need to be fiddled with for better fitment.

Although it is better to buy a touring exhaust for a coupe than the other way around as its easier to take away material than it is to add it.
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What about cabriolet mate ?
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Thats the same as the coupe, they share the same exhaust - its the same reference number on Supersprint site: 046024. So yes would fit just the same
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How much do u want mate I'm interested ?
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1200 for 2 back boxes !?!?!?!
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Yip... though in Euros, including delivery: http://www.supersprint.com/en/IT/pro...093E280BA.aspx

You can see the difference in quality though. I've had a few of the larger named and the difference is pretty obvious in terms of quality.
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Have you thought about keeping the exhausts and taking them to an exhaust manufacturer and just having the tips changed?
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Have you thought about keeping the exhausts and taking them to an exhaust manufacturer and just having the tips changed?
I'm going catless so I've been told its not a good exhaust for that. Its almost a perfect volume, and when I remove the cats its going to get obnoxious which is not what I want. Thinking sell it now while its still new as the downpipes will go in in a few weeks.
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