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      11-30-2012, 04:38 PM   #1
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Selling a Supersprint Exhaust for an e90. Sounds amazing and has absolutely ZERO DRONE! Search for user Kaiv as he has a vid of the same setup. I would rate the noise about a little louder than a sport setup but again no intrusive cabin noise at all. It really is nice and loud but super quiet inside.


This exhaust sounds amazing and I'm surprised you don't see many more on here as SuperSprint makes amazing pieces. I'll have pics up soon as the exhaust is coming off tomorrow AM.

Tips are slash cut and these are the only mufflers that almost have the tips slanted slightly up rather than straight out which IMO looks amazing.

$ 1,100 + shipping

Please buy it ASAP as my girl is getting upset about all my car parts everywhere!


thanks!

**the only issue is that the mufflers will need new inner hangers for the rear mufflers as pictured below; any competent muffler shop easily be able to weld them up for @ $50-100 bux. That being said, I have adjusted the price to $1,100 accordingly. Thanks**
**pics show the inner hanger/bracket that needs to be fixed**





connecting pipes=







hangers that need repairs===


broken stud >>













****not my car****




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      11-30-2012, 07:56 PM   #2
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Lovely exhaust. I love mine. GLWS
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      11-30-2012, 08:09 PM   #3
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Lovely exhaust. I love mine. GLWS
Thanks! I hope you don't mind the plug of your vid to help my sale .


And I'm sure you can attest to the zero drone.
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      11-30-2012, 10:47 PM   #4
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Seriously one of my top two favorite sounding exhausts for the E9X M3!

I think the biggest reason we don't see many of these on the forums is because the sponsors here don't really push it. Which is too bad, because I really believe this is an amazing muffler, as I'm sure many others would as well!

Good luck with the sale! This is a great opportunity for someone to get it at a stellar price.
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Can you post images of the affected hangers.

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      12-02-2012, 06:37 PM   #6
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Seriously one of my top two favorite sounding exhausts for the E9X M3!

I think the biggest reason we don't see many of these on the forums is because the sponsors here don't really push it. Which is too bad, because I really believe this is an amazing muffler, as I'm sure many others would as well!

Good luck with the sale! This is a great opportunity for someone to get it at a stellar price.


thanks! SS are def great products and I agree that they should be more prevalent here; On M3forum SS race mufflers are the holy grail lol!
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Can you post images of the affected hangers.

TY.

mufflers are off car and I took a bunch of pics updated in the first post as well as slashing the price $200 for the hanger damage, which really can be easily rectified by any shop;


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      12-03-2012, 01:37 PM   #8
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Bump for added info in first post and price drop!!


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So I am confused as to what needs to be repaired on this exhaust. Does the hangar need new studs put on? Or what is wrong with it. Definitely interested, just need a bit of clarification.
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So I am confused as to what needs to be repaired on this exhaust. Does the hangar need new studs put on? Or what is wrong with it. Definitely interested, just need a bit of clarification.
those two pics of the inner hanger brackets need to be welded. They work fine as is, but if you see the one left stud is broken and the right side side studs thread doesn't look to promising so as such I reduced the price accordingly. I ran this exhaust just as is w/ no problems

What needs to be done to be 100% is have any muffler shop weld on two new hangers. A simple/cheap repair.

Let me know if you have any other questions; thanks.
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again to clarify, the mufflers only need new hangers made on the inside, that's it.

Everything bolts right up; mufflers and connecting pipes.
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Let me look into what expenses I got coming in. Definitely interested.
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Let me look into what expenses I got coming in. Definitely interested.
No problem; lemme know!
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added vid of a car w/ test pipes (no cats) installed

Not my car but gives an idea of sound.
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Might want to edit that pic of the box w/your name and phone number on it....
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added vid of a car w/ test pipes (no cats) installed

Not my car but gives an idea of sound.
I believe the car in the vid added has a fabspeed x-pipe for reference. The guy is on my hockey team and the car sounds BOSS!
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Why do you say they need new hangers welded on? Don't they just need new studs pressed in?

Sorry, I am not yet familiar with the M3's muffler hanging system.

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Why do you say they need new hangers welded on? Don't they just need new studs pressed in?

Sorry, I am not yet familiar with the M3's muffler hanging system.

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those inner hangers yes just need new studs, but also a hanger to go through the middle/center hanger itself. I only say it needs new studs as some of the threads look bad and one broke off, but you can really just weld new hangers right to the bracket.

If it was me, I wouldn't even change the studs, just mount the mufflers, drive to a muffler shop, and just have them weld two new hangers to the muffler brackets. Very simple.
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