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New RPi E60 M5 GT-S Exhaust
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NIce clip! glad you are enjoying your exhaust!
 

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Nice clips. I'm trying to decide between an RPI and Eisenmann exhaust. I like the way the oval tips look on the Eisenmann, but I like the cost of the RPI exhaust.

Any recommendations?
 

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Nice clips. I'm trying to decide between an RPI and Eisenmann exhaust. I like the way the oval tips look on the Eisenmann, but I like the cost of the RPI exhaust.

Any recommendations?
if you are purchasing the exhaust for cosmetic/aesthetic reasons get the eisenmann. If you are interested in high performance gains go with the RPi exhaust. I originally had a set of Dinan Free Flow exhausts on the M5. I believe they went for well of $3k, installed, at the time. I ended up selling to exhaust and purchased the RPi GT Exhaust. Not only did it sound better, it out performed just about every exhaust in the market.
 
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