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      01-11-2012, 05:08 PM   #1
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      01-12-2012, 12:27 PM   #2
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so does this mean the acm mod is too loud for your taste?
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      01-12-2012, 12:46 PM   #3
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as a DD yea. I'm going to keep both. And swap exhausts for shows/meets/track days.
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so does this mean the acm mod is too loud for your taste?
Steve,

do you have the new or the old OEM exhaust mod?
I don't want it loud either. I rather have it nice sounds but not really loud.
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I have an E90 one without connecting pipes. Let me know. $100.
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Steve,

do you have the new or the old OEM exhaust mod?
I don't want it loud either. I rather have it nice sounds but not really loud.
i did the original periokid-inspired mod, which involves covering (with tape or clamps) or swapping out the perforated pipes for straight pipes...i've seen a lot of posts about the various oem exhaust mods here on our mid-atlantic forum lately -- i think it's important to make sure everyone is talking about the same thing, especially when discussing labor hours/cost...for example, even within the periokid mod realm, cutting out the perforated pipes and welding in new straight pipes obviously takes a lot longer (and costs more) than simply covering the pipes with exhaust tape...
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i did the original periokid-inspired mod, which involves covering (with tape or clamps) or swapping out the perforated pipes for straight pipes...i've seen a lot of posts about the various oem exhaust mods here on our mid-atlantic forum lately -- i think it's important to make sure everyone is talking about the same thing, especially when discussing labor hours/cost...for example, even within the periokid mod realm, cutting out the perforated pipes and welding in new straight pipes obviously takes a lot longer (and costs more) than simply covering the pipes with exhaust tape...
Steve,

I lost your number. You are 100% right. There are many ways to do it. I just need to find something that i can live with. I am 18 years old anymore that I want the car to be loud. I used to have s2000 and if i drove the car for more than 30 minutes my ears would ring. I don't want that at all. i want to enjoy the car and hear the nice engine sound/exhaust sound.

Shoot me your number and I will call to meet and hear your exhaust and bring Barii along.

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I have an e92 M3 axle-back exhaust. It's off of my '09 but only used for < 2k miles.
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