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Old 10th December 2005, 01:55   #1
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Titainium exhuast...but from who???

Hey guys,

I recently watched the newest Best Motoring Japan video...(this is the Japanese series, not US) And they do a First impression drive on the E60 M5

What cought my eye was when showing the spec. and pic's of the car, they show it with an awsome looking (i'm guessing) Titianium exuast with some great looking burnt purple/blue tips.....didn't sound loud like other's....closer to stock sound but looked great!....Something like the Gruppe M set-up's

Anyway it look pretty good and had text next to it but all in japanses......I can speak a little but that doens't help me in this situation.

Just wanted to see if anyone else saw this and could translate.


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I have the vid in a Torrent platform here , so if your familuar with Torrent files and know japanese...here you go! (takes about a day to dwn load)

Vid: http://bigfoot1942.weedns.com:6969/t...5d0f69.torrent
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Re: Titainium exhuast...but from who???

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What cought my eye was when showing the spec. and pic's of the car, they show it with an awsome looking (i'm guessing) Titianium exuast with some great looking burnt purple/blue tips.....didn't sound loud like other's....closer to stock sound but looked great!....
Did it look like this?
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Re: Titainium exhuast...but from who???

GruppeM or Kreis Sieg maybe?
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Old 11th December 2005, 02:48   #4
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Re: Aftermarket exhaust from Japan...?

No....the whole tip is burnt purple/blue not just the tip of the tip........if that makes any sence

Is thier a way to capture a screen shot?....or you could just dwn load the movie.
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whats "torent"? I dont think anyone can watch it... give us a more familiar format...hosted page or mpeg etc,,,
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Re: Aftermarket exhaust from Japan...?

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No....the whole tip is burnt purple/blue not just the tip of the tip........if that makes any sence

Is thier a way to capture a screen shot?....or you could just dwn load the movie.
Powerhouse Amuse has a Titanium exhaust for the E46 M3. It had three choices of exhaust tips. Non-burnt, tip burnt, and everything burnt. Was it something like this perhaps?
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Powerhouse Amuse has a Titanium exhaust for the E46 M3. It had three choices of exhaust tips. Non-burnt, tip burnt, and everything burnt. Was it something like this perhaps?
I like just the tip of the tips burnt
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Powerhouse Amuse has a Titanium exhaust for the E46 M3. It had three choices of exhaust tips. Non-burnt, tip burnt, and everything burnt. Was it something like this perhaps?
Thats IT! no question!

Good find.....


As far as torrent files go...You need a Bittorrent Client.
I'm using this one without any issues. http://www.bittornado.com/

Azureus is a good program of Bittorrent http://aleron.dl.sourceforge.net/sou...in32.setup.exe

Once installed: then you can click on the link, hit "run" then it will ask you to save to a location, after that a gray box will come up an it will begin the dwn load.

Keep in mind! 9 times out of 10 these are Dvd quality...(the one above is not quite) but they all take about 15-20 hrs to dwn load, so get it started and let it run.



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cool...thanks
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I like just the tip of the tips burnt
I do too. I'm hoping Dixis makes a catback Ti system.
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