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      02-09-2011, 07:03 AM   #56
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Originally Posted by Rshane View Post
Looks like a stock exhaust with some aftermarket tips...
This was a joke right? You cant be serious.

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Originally Posted by PIMP "E" View Post
bmw see all the crazy prices thats out there for aftermarket exhaust systems. so its only fair that they join the race. so far eisenmann and akrapovic are in the lead, but eisenmann do have the best price for their exhaust. also it look and fit best on the M3.
I think I partly agree with this. BMW probably has taken note to all the "idiots" here that are willing to spend $6,000 on an exhaust system. I dont know if I would say it was "fair" that they joined in?


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Originally Posted by Omerta View Post
What I don't get is that this should be the stock Exhaust on the M. When you get into a new Ferrari the last thing you are thinking is... "man I need to do something about this exhaust note", because it sounds bad ass right from the factory.
The M3 is less focused and more of a production car that has to appeal to a wider audience. It only makes sense that BMW doesnt make it too loud.
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