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      03-19-2008, 02:25 PM   #1
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New Amuse Ericcson E92 M3 Exhaust

So here's the new Amuse/Ericcson exhaust for the E92 M3...

Million dollar question "Will it fit the e92 335????????




http://www.bulletproofautomotive.com....jpg&item=6550
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      03-19-2008, 02:28 PM   #2
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Cot damn... prolly not. That is one bad ass looking piece of pipe.

Are those two sets of cats I see back there???
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      03-19-2008, 02:30 PM   #3
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      03-19-2008, 02:32 PM   #4
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On the website it says OEM e92 M3 exhaust weighs 59-60 lbs, this titanium one weighs 23 lbs!!! Thats less than half!! And it costs 10k!!!
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Cot damn... prolly not. That is one bad ass looking piece of pipe.

Are those two sets of cats I see back there???
Looks like a rats nest to me.

One of those "sets of cats" are probably resonators of some sort.
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So here's the new Amuse/Ericcson exhaust for the E92 M3...

Million dollar question "Will it fit the e92 335????????
not a chance
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      03-19-2008, 02:53 PM   #7
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that looks really sweet and REALLLLLY expensive. I would personally prefer to see that as more straight pipe and not as many bends. Also looks like it has 2 sets of cats, an x-pipe, 1 set of resonators and 1 set of mufflers..........I would prefer fewer cats as well in an aftermarket piece.

basically what I am saying is i'm sure you could make a much cheaper exhaust that would hold up just as good and make more HP. Of course then you couldnt brag to your buddies about your 10k titanium exhaust.
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alot of the cost is associated w/ full titanium...trying to weld titanium again I have read requires specific tools/machines/experience etc. I agree 10k is ridiculous...even 5k is kinda steep for an exhaust. But titanium exhausts also have their own specific 'tone' which sound alot different from other exhausts.
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      03-19-2008, 03:58 PM   #9
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that looks really sweet and REALLLLLY expensive. I would personally prefer to see that as more straight pipe and not as many bends. Also looks like it has 2 sets of cats, an x-pipe, 1 set of resonators and 1 set of mufflers..........I would prefer fewer cats as well in an aftermarket piece.

basically what I am saying is i'm sure you could make a much cheaper exhaust that would hold up just as good and make more HP. Of course then you couldnt brag to your buddies about your 10k titanium exhaust.
With an N/A V8 motor it is good to have the added back pressure for more power... F/I motors benifit from zero back pressure on the other hand...
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      03-19-2008, 04:26 PM   #10
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the real question if if u can afford that
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i think i would put it in my living room as a center piece....what a piece of art.
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who cares if it fits the 335. isnt this a m3 forum?
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^ ...this is another e90 post that was thrown over here by the mods.

Gee, thanks guys...
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How on earth is that going to fit the 335? See those two pipes on the right side of the pic?
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Holy shit! I want to hear that thing.
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AMAZING ZORST! Probably the sexiest system out there for the E92 M3
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wow, those are some big as ends.
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      04-23-2008, 01:45 AM   #18
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are there any sound clips for those exhaust?
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I've been looking into this exhaust, and found some interesting stuff. There is no performance data for it -- no real HP figures. If you dig deep enough at the Ericsson web site -- by translating to English -- you'll find that the HP figures they have posted...they made up out of thin air (they even admit it).

So here's the $11500 question:
1. How many people would buy this exhaust without real performance data?
2. How many people would buy this exhaust without hearing it?

I'm guessing that 2) may be important to some, but not important to others. I'm also guessing that 1) is important to almost everybody who's considering buying an $11500 exhaust. But just in case it's not, here's question 3:

3. How many people would just buy it based on looks alone?

/PG
I would buy it without data. I had an amuse ti exhaust on my 97 supra turbo and it was ultra light and put out more power than the hks ti exhaust that I had on previously. I'm sure that this will be another great exhaust from amuse.
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