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Old 5th November 2008, 08:24   #1
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Exclamation Should i buy a MEISTERSHAFT EXHAUST?!

Quick question first: Section three is the muffler part right? Dumb question i guess but i'm relatively new to this forum hahaha sorry.

Anyways i saw a post for the Meist. Exhaust Sec 3... And honestly everytime i get into my babe i wouldn't mind it screaming its name every time my foot gets heavy hahaha... I know a lot of people got annoyed but do you think that its tooooo much?... Can it ever be?!?! Please help!! hahahaha

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y not get a real Eisenmann exhaust instead?
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Welcome aboard aznxcrazyboi90! Yes the mufflers are also referred to as Section 3. There are quite interesting and well engineered aftermarket exhausts in terms of sound and power. You might want to check this thread out before you make the decision: MUST HAVE MODS & BEST BANG FOR YOUR BUCK (HUGE COMPILATION LIST; MUST SEE)
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If sound is your main concern, I would recommend meet up with local member with different exhausts and hear them yourself. Video/sound clip will never do a justice.

Also, check out DOUL compilation link..it very helpful/interesting topics
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im assuming your from walnut or diamond bar. if you are you may consider that cops your area may be very eager to pull you over. the meisterschaft is very very loud. also do yourself a favor and do a search with the keywords eisenhaus and meisterschaft.
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If sound is your main concern, I would recommend meet up with local member with different exhausts and hear them yourself. Video/sound clip will never do a justice.

Also, check out DOUL compilation link..it very helpful/interesting topics

X2 on Doul's work.

I like Eisenmann for the record.
There was too much negativity around Meisterhaus.

If you go to the bottom of this post you will see "similar threads" with sound clips

I couldn't justify spending 8% or so of my car price on kreissieg exhaust, which is numero uno.
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Should i buy a MEISTERSHAFT EXHAUST?!

No, as others are saying go with Eisenmann, if that's what you like. I have Dinan Exhaust and maybe not a loud as the Eisenmann, but are perfect for me.
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yes you should buy one. IF you want a loud and good sounding exhaust then I say go for it. I love mine.
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go with rpi!! that what im gonna get as soon as i get some spare cash.....and they are located right here in so cal....
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I have the GT2 and love it, its all taste and preference, the build quality of most exhaust mentions are top notch, including Miesterschaft it is just the bad job of marketing that has cost them some customers. The GT2 sounds amazing and it has been my favourite mod but then again I havent dont much, lol. Meet up with a different members if possible to hear and feel the essence of the different exhausts, the V10 sure is an exotic sounding engine. GL.
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