Anzir...BUT said:Same experience when riding in the back seat of Andre's (MPower) 2003 M5 with Kelleners. MUCH, MUCH louder from the back seat. Sounded WONDERFUL :15:
I have the regular tubi and it's perfect, certainly would not want go any louder. That's not what this car "is". Fine on a performance coupe, but not an M5. JMO
At the risk of being redundant, I agree. I've had mine for about 5k miles and while they've gotten louder, they're still respectable for driving around town. Anyone notice how they sound right after a track session, when you're pitting? I'd describe it as nasty and pissed-- love it, it's like the exhaust has multiple personalities.MAH said:I concur with Need4Spd. I have had mu Tubi for 23k miles and a couple of years now and they do get louder with time and miles. Now, it is not too loud, but there is a defenative increase in music from the 4 tail pipes on hard acceleration.Mark
How about if you cruise at 180-220 km/h?dmc said:Rumore.. No question. Mine is barely audible in the cabin, and sounds very sporty, almost not loud enough.. but just raspy enough to be fun.. !
Josh a la Renegade(well 1/2),bmwusa said:I have never herad tubi in person, But I have heard Kelleners and I loved it, so much so that I am getting it installed next week, but its all subjective on what you want, personally with so many endorsements for tubi it probably is a very good product and would consider it, But I have fallen in love with the rumble of Kelleners. But if I were to get Tubi, I would get the Rumore Version, from what I have heard on audio clips, Josh