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Old 17th April 2008, 04:13   #1
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largest exhaust tips?

Which exhaust has the largest round tips?

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Rogue Engineering has pretty large tips. Dunno how big they are.
http://www.rogueengineering.com/Merc...ry_Code=DIABLO
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Thanks, they nice but I need more sound..

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I THINK remus has some HUGE tips (like 100 plus mm...) check it out.
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The eisenmann/kelleners Race oval tips barely clear the entire rear fascia, I do not think anythign could be larger then those for that reason alone...
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Which exhaust has the largest round tips?

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He wants round tips, not oval
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AA tips are pretty huge at 93mm. Seems like they might have some
quality control issues right now though.
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they don't make anything for BMW, but the sets for the Ferrari 599/550/575 look like they can fit with a little tweaking...

couldnt find a video for the 599-575-550...so here's a couple other ones:












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[quote=JohnAnthony;1307909]CAPRISTO

they don't make anything for BMW, but the sets for the Ferrari 599/550/575 look like they can fit with a little tweaking...

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Thanks, that's what I have on my 550..

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My DINAN exhaust looked amazing. The quality was also outstanding. If it were me, I'd go for DINAN exhaust, headers, and secondary cat delete.

I think that might be the loud you are looking for.
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