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Old 22nd April 2008, 03:42   #1
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Dinan Exhaust + Supersprint X-Pipe

Dinan Exhaust + Supersprint X-Pipe =

I've had my Dinan exhaust on for a few months. I knew it was one of the quieter aftermarket exhausts going in, so I didnt expect for it to blow me away. I was about 85% happy with the tone and loudness as it was.

I decided a couple of weeks ago to add on the supersprint x-pipe. Let's just say that I am now 150% THRILLED with how my car sounds now. Its a tad bit louder, but more than that is the richness of the tone that is has now. Its very clear that there is no V8 under the hood. it sounds like a V10, without a doubt!!

I highly recommend this mod to anyone who wants a little more out of their exhaust, stock or aftermarket!!
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Old 22nd April 2008, 03:50   #2
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Nice! I just purchased a Dinan exhaust for my M as well........figured I would rather be too quiet to start with than too loud as if it's too quiet I can always add an xpipe......Mine is going on this week.....I would love to hear a soundclip or something....... Maybe I should do the exhaust install and xpipe at the same time.......

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CBarton, you take a sound clip now with no x-pipe and avi8tir you take a sound clip with the newly installed X-pipe. And then we know and "knowing is half the battle"! It's a win-win.

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ya we're gonna need a soundclip of that setup please
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Avi8tir, where in OC are you based out of? I'd love to hear it in person....if you have the time....

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I'm in irvine. I'd be happy to show it to you!
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