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Old 15th June 2007, 01:53   #1
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Aftermarket Exhaust Question?

I am trying to decide between the Eisenmann sport, hatge, dinan exhaust but I am worried that the hartge will not be loud enough and that the Eisenmann will have cabin drone, but I like the Eisenmann the best. Was hoping you guys could help me make the best choice. I am looking for the best exhaust with minimal cabin drone.
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I have a supersprint exhaust, sounds great, not too loud, no cabin drone. I know it was not on your list but wanted to offer some info.
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Old 15th June 2007, 03:22   #3
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I have the Dinan. Loud enough with no cabin drone. Looks great too.
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I just got the Dinan and I like it a lot. Definitely louder and meaner than stock, but a far cry from the E Race. There really is no best exhaust any more than there is the best flavor of ice cream or the best wheels or the best color female P hair. Well, you get my point. I would really suggest trying to hear as many as you can in person. Most of these videos are good, but not necessarily representative of the true sound and volume.
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I too have the Dinan and love it. If it isnt loud enough for you, you could always add an X-pipe. There is no drone and your neighbors will still speak to you.

You might also want to check out Tubi Rumore, sounds very nice.
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Thanks for the info guys, but could someone with the Eisenmann Sport tell me how the cabin drone is?
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If you get the Eisenmann, get the oval tips. They look HOT!!
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