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Old 30th September 2005, 00:12   #1
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Shopping around for an exhaust system

Any gossip around from Gruppe M ?

If it takes a while till they come up with their exhaust sytem, maybe I should try out Hartge ? Or perhaps Supersprint ? What do you guys think ?
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Re: Shopping around for an exhaust system

Supersprint is not ready yet:

Supersprint Exhaust and Headers for the M5 and M6 V-10, information form the VP.

Hartge have two versions ready.
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Re: Shopping around for an exhaust system

One guarantee is that the Gruppe M system will be 3x more expensive than the others.
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Re: Shopping around for an exhaust system

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One guarantee is that the Gruppe M system will be 3x more expensive than the others.
Yep--and they'll have a carbon fiber intake system for big bucks!!!
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Re: Shopping around for an exhaust system

Then you havenšt seen what Kreis-Sieg is coming up with...
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Re: Shopping around for an exhaust system

Corsa is going to develop an exhaust for the M5. Their products are excellent.
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Re: Shopping around for an exhaust system

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Then you havenšt seen what Kreis-Sieg is coming up with...
And what might this be?
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Re: Shopping around for an exhaust system

The Kriessieg unit will be amazing I am sure, along with a hefty price tag. Amazing exhaust systems IMHO.
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Re: Shopping around for an exhaust system

Thanks guys for the info. seems like there is only one product out yet which is the Hartge. Gruppe M looks like they will come up with an air intake system soon, but their exhaust system might take a while.

There are other exhausts but my guess is that they might take a couple of months devoloping.

What do you guys recommend ?
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Re: Shopping around for an exhaust system

I would love to have "something" that would put us over the 400 foot pounds of torque mark....what do you think it would be?


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