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      01-31-2013, 10:30 PM   #23
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KITW is back!! good to see the exhaust master chiming in!!
Not only back but bought my 4th E9X M3. Anyone want to buy a 997 turbo?
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      01-31-2013, 11:46 PM   #24
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If you are interested, I know Evolve has a demo valvetronic exhaust you can try out. That could be something you could look into
I have meisterschaft gtc which is valvetron already but thanks
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I also have some resonators that are used on the challenge xpipes if you want to quite it down a bit
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Dinan and Borla are the two quad resonated options. You can also add resonators to your x-pipe. I added four to my aftermarket x-pipe.
are there any 3" exhausts out there with quad resonators?
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      02-01-2013, 08:55 PM   #27
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Most are 2.5 inch. Dinan uses and uncommon size for exhausts, 2.75. For a naturally aspirated car, 2.5 is fine. For a supercharged car making 600 rwhp, I would prefer larger than twin 2.5.
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Not only back but bought my 4th E9X M3. Anyone want to buy a 997 turbo?
Nice! Congrats! you go thru cars like water ... and I love it
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Not only back but bought my 4th E9X M3. Anyone want to buy a 997 turbo?

Good to see you back!!! I knew you wouldn't be able to resist coming back! I might be in the market for a backup car. We needed your exhaust expertise bad around here.
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