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Old 26th September 2007, 17:51   #1
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KRIESSIEG vs. OneandOnly exhaust from Japan

Anyone have experience with either KRIESSIEG and/or OneandOnly exhaust from Japan? How about DIXIS? I want the baddest sounding exhaust since no exhaust restrictions here in the Philippines.

Any advice on which one is better?

I also saw the post of motosportm5 on his new active exhaust

Active Exhaust pre install pics.

And he got the active exhaust. From the pics they look nice. And the intro price is below $3,000 complete. But then I have to add shipping to Philippines. Is there are any advantage of getting the Kriessieg or OneandOnly over the active exhaust above?

DIXIS is light cuz its titanium, but anyone know how it sounds compared to all the above?

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Old 26th September 2007, 18:20   #2
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So far the "One and Only" has been the "None and Only" as I do not believe they have shipped any for the E60.
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Eisennmann Race is the only one I've got experience of.

Little preview for you: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WEJUY9dc_lI

I love it.
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not to mention the KRIESSIEG is like 8 g's then shipping and install you'll be well over 10 g's !! not worth it imho !!
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Old 26th September 2007, 19:27   #5
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I'm in Philippines and shipment is free since I can include in my container. Labor installation here is cheap. If I can get Kriessieg for $5,000 direct from them, then do you think its a good deal? Another option would be AA exhaust that $3,000 plus maybe $500 for shipping to Manila. How about Tubi? Sounds like AA is the most practical choice?
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I havnt heared of any member in this board with the OneAndOnly system. In regard to the kressiege, It is built of high quality materials, and the plus about this system is you get to have 2 different sound levels with a flip of a switch. However, the price is really expensive i am not sure if its worth it or not. Try contacting member Ryan@Eisenhaus ( He is a sponsor and can help you) Very nice guy and I personaly have bought the NEEZ wheels and would recomend him.

Again if you dont want to invest that much on an exhaust system, since you still have to ship the product to your country. I would go with Tubistyle, very nice tone and you get to save weight as well.

Here is a link to my setup: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2ii9ZnyzR6A

-Its mufflers only and it is the loud version of tubi exhausts called "Rumore"

I think there is a member in this board with the Tubi Setup + Eisenmann X-pipes who lives in the phillipines. Try contacting him you might be able to get a chance to hear it in person. However, he has the quiter version of the Tubistyle exhaust.

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Go to youtube and type in evosport m5 and watch the vids. It is the the best sounding car ever.
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Go to youtube and type in evosport m5 and watch the vids. It is the the best sounding car ever.
Agree with this completely. That car sounds awsome. If you want a really loud exhaust, the evosport one is the way to go.
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Definitely KRIESSIEG if money is no object! Got to love f-1 sound to stock sound at a flick of a switch.
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Definitely KRIESSIEG if money is no object! Got to love f-1 sound to stock sound at a flick of a switch.
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