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      03-16-2008, 02:55 PM   #1
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When to install aftermarket exhaust?

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I'm getting my M3 in a few weeks and already have purchased a Eisenmann Race exhaust from IND. Question is to install the exhuast after the break in period or can I go ahead and get it installed right away. Will putting on the exhaust right away negatively impact the break in period. If so, obviously I have no problems waiting? Just want to get your opinions. Thanks
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Go for it. It shouldn't hurt anything.
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Go for it. It shouldn't hurt anything.
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At our local BMW dealership there a is customer that has all of his mods installed before he picks up his new cars. Installing your Eisenmann right away will not negatively impact the break in period by any means but I must warn you by installing the Eisenmann system you might want to drive more
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At our local BMW dealership there a is customer that has all of his mods installed before he picks up his new cars. Installing your Eisenmann right away will not negatively impact the break in period by any means but I must warn you by installing the Eisenmann system you might want to drive more
I might drive straight to you guys after I pick up my M3 then
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I might drive straight to you guys after I pick up my M3 then
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Sorry we no longer sell any Kreis-sieg products.
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Sorry we no longer sell any Kreis-sieg products.
Bummer. Is there just one distributor?
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Bummer. Is there just one distributor?
Correct there is only one distributor. I recommend trying to buy direct from Kreissieg Japan http://www.kreissieg.com/tomenu.htm
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Correct there is only one distributor. I recommend trying to buy direct from Kreissieg Japan http://www.kreissieg.com/tomenu.htm
LOL, agreed.

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its wierd nobody talks about the AC exhaust...am i the only one who loves that exhaust?
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If you install the exhaust before sunset you should be ok, lol....sorry for the sarcasm.

No really, regarding bolt on parts like a muffler/exhaust, it should not effect the engine, probably make it breathe better. Only thing is that you will be tempted to go WOT to hear your full exhaust note.
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If you install the exhaust before sunset you should be ok, lol....sorry for the sarcasm.

No really, regarding bolt on parts like a muffler/exhaust, it should not effect the engine, probably make it breathe better. Only thing is that you will be tempted to go WOT to hear your full exhaust note.
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its wierd nobody talks about the AC exhaust...am i the only one who loves that exhaust?
It's a remus exhaust.
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