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Old 8th May 2008, 21:53   #1
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Advice on aftermarket exhaust...?

Hello ,

I am based in the UK and have (08) M5 , thinking about an up grade
exhaust system .

What can you advise , and any contacts ?

Want it to be a deeper burball sound.

Thank you every one
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Old 8th May 2008, 22:15   #2
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How loud do you want it Harry?
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Hello ,

I am based in the UK and have (08) M5 , thinking about an up grade
exhaust system .

What can you advise , and any contacts ?

Want it to be a deeper burball sound.

Thank you every one


This is by far the most beautiful exhaust!!

Amuse Ericsson Titanium Exhaust Header Back
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Hello ,

I am based in the UK and have (08) M5 , thinking about an up grade
exhaust system .

What can you advise , and any contacts ?

Want it to be a deeper burball sound.

Thank you every one
Birds UK Ltd. in Uxbridge sells Dinan products.
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Old 8th May 2008, 22:52   #5
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e-race with ss x-pipe, sounds awesome
check out my earlier post

Eisenmann exhaust and ss x pipe installed
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Old 8th May 2008, 23:16   #6
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You need to contact board sponsor Roy at CA Automotive.

Great guy, great company, their website (I have no idea if this is up to date) currently shows exhausts from:

Supersprint
Evosport
Dixis
Eisenmann

I've also ordered Dinan products through them and I beleive they can get the RPI stuff, which I guess would also include their new exhausts.

You might be able to tell, I like the Dixis... That is on my list after my new wheels arrive. any time now
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I have a 500km used Tubi rumor exhaust for sell. They sound incredible and you may click on to Youtube and search for tubi exhaust on M5 and you may experience its sound.

I am asking for 600 pounds if you are interested.
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I would recommend you check out Hamann, RPI and ASR. Those three sound the best IMO.
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Thinking about the TUBI normal rear muffels , as i do not want so so loud , just deeper and with an edge of excitement , like my cl63 amg tone.
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If you're looking for "Louder".....but not Loud.......then get the Dinan..I did and am very happy with it and there are used ones for sale now and quite frequently as cars get turned in.....
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