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Old 24th May 2007, 07:55   #1
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VIDEO of my custom exhaust!

I recently sold my eisenmann race w/ oval tips and wanted to try something new. So here it goes...no mufflers & no cats. I wanted to use the skinny tips(like dinan tips or dixis), but its out of stock and this is the best tips the shop could find. Anyway, its bigger than the stock one. I would probably change to the skinny ones once its in stock or maybe just keep this..?? comment please...

With the resonators off, its too LOUD!!! so decided to put them back on. The sound i would say is almost the same as eisenmann race but this one is louder.

I will post some more vids later (drive by, inside, etc).

Enjoy!!!

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sounds very good
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indeed, it's loud!!!!

How come the tips are skinny? are they on diet??? lol

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It's called Lemans tip...
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haha...its handmade by WFM. haha...
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So here it goes...no mufflers & no cats.
Will, you removed the mufflers as well? So the resonators now connect directly to the exhaust tips? Wow, that's crazy...no mufflers! It must have sounded insane without the resonators....I guess too loud though.

From the video it sounds great, similar to the Eisenmann Race, but definitely louder, especially at idle. Are you going to keep it like this? I'd like to hear it person, I'll PM you and we can meet up somewhere.

By the way, I love the Race exhaust....sounds great! Can't say that my wife and neighbors love it as much as I do though! I was leaving my parking garage the other morning, started up the beast as some old chick was walking by....o'h man, the look on her face! Classic!

Have fun with the new exhaust, I'll probably hear you coming from blocks away!

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looks good, and sounds good
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If you don't mind posting, how much did it run you and any performance benefits?
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Sounds as good as my Ferrari 360 and thats a compliment!
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tom: yea its too loud with the resonators so have to put them back on. I guess i set off car alarm more than i did with the e race..haha. It really sounds great actually...yea of course we'll meet up somewhere later! Have fun too with the exhaust!!!

ohmyhed: yours sounds good too!

2nd2no1: The car becomes lighter since the mufflers gone. The guy that did it at the shop said that it will make the performance better but i don't know exactly how many HP gains from it if theres any. The guy did all the piping and tips VERY neatly..the fact that he got his degree in engineering in germany(he's mixed german) and his father & grandfather are also an engineer, so he has the blood. They're actually run a family business and they're specialize in merc & porsche. With those certificates hangin on the wall, he really knows what he's doing.

mnk303: no offense buddy.. but this one is more louder than stock F360 and its louder in person. If u changed ur exhaust, its a different story...hehe
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