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      02-06-2013, 09:25 AM   #1
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E90 Exhaust - OEM V1 Mod wtt for Stock

Hey Guys,

I have an OEM 08 E90 exhaust which has had the V1 exhaust mod done to it. I would like to trade it for a stock e90 catback and maybe a little cash. Sounds good and a great cheap way to make the S65 roar.

I'm just outside of Atlanta if anyone is interested. Work could easily be done at a shop or in my garage to swap them out.
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      02-06-2013, 10:41 AM   #2
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I can trade you straight up. Ill be in Tucker on friday morning if youd like to meet up around then.

When you say the V1 mod, what do you mean? the regular ol OEM mod?
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I can definitely do that!

Yes the original OEM mod where you cut open the top of the can, replace the perforated pipes with solid ones, and weld the can closed. This still flows the exhaust through the helmholtz chambers but not the dampening ones.

Version 2 actually just replaces the pipes in the dampening chambers and makes it a strait pipe.

My house is 45 mins away from Tucker if we needed to swap there or do you have a place in tucker we could do it?

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I can definitely do that!

Yes the original OEM mod where you cut open the top of the can, replace the perforated pipes with solid ones, and weld the can closed. This still flows the exhaust through the helmholtz chambers but not the dampening ones.

Version 2 actually just replaces the pipes in the dampening chambers and makes it a strait pipe.

My house is 45 mins away from Tucker if we needed to swap there or do you have a place in tucker we could do it?

Thanks

Gotcha. I prefer the V1 (EAS) method to the V2 (ACM) method so this works.

The reason i'll be in Tucker is because I will be getting a combox installed in my car. I'm supposed to be at the shop around 9-9:30am. The install takes ~3 hours so if you want to come there, I could ask the guy doing the install if he has the tools/space for us to do the swap. I'd give you some cash for gas.
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Do you have any sound clips of the exhaust?
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