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Old 22nd October 2007, 23:57   #1
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Help. what exhaust?

I made a post recently on eisnmann exhaust looking for the best eisenmann exhaust but now I'm thinking what is the best overall exhaust. Dinan, supersprint, eisenmann, etc... What do u guys think? I am looking for a nice loud exhaust for the car too.
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Might help if you describe what other characteristics besides loud you're looking for.

Street, track, stock but louder or deeper, flames out the tips during WOT?
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Might help if you describe what other characteristics besides loud you're looking for.

Street, track, stock but louder or deeper, flames out the tips during WOT?
Flames would be goodbut serioisly it would be for regular everyday driving allot louder than stock, i want people to go deff when i go by
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Flames would be goodbut serioisly it would be for regular everyday driving allot louder than stock, i want people to go deff when i go by
For flames, run a small fuel line to inside each exhaust tip and equip with a spark plug. Equipped with a dash mounted switch, your M can become the Batmobile at will.........seriously, hotrodders did this in the late '50s.

For just plain louder, start replacing mufflers with straight pipe and stop when your ears bleed. The loudest would be header dumps directly behind the front wheels, like the McLaren SLR.

I think Darren went with Evo headers and Eisenmann exhaust system. Sounded great but was too loud for everyday driving, so he added back factory mufflers.

Best bet is to find a local performance shop near you that has experience with this type of work and start experimenting. Sort of like picking out speakers, what sounds good to one, sounds like sh*t to another.
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I do, and I have it. Great sounding exhaust. Retains factory tonal quality but a bit louder. Still quiet enough for stereo and phone usage.
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[quote=Dylan Thomas;1165310 Sort of like picking out speakers, what sounds good to one, sounds like sh*t to another.[/quote]

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I think Darren went with Evo headers and Eisenmann exhaust system. Sounded great but was too loud for everyday driving, so he added back factory mufflers.
Ayyyy. Si senor. Actually love the sound, and if you're lookin' for loud, than this is the way to go plus some extra horsies (unlike adding just section 1 or 2 which give no gains whatsoever). I'm just waiting to get hassled by the local 5-0 though......
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