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      11-14-2008, 12:17 AM   #1
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E90 Specific Exhausts

When are we going to see some more E90 specific exhausts, I really don't want to get a E92 exhaust and then have the tips stick out like dogs balls . Is eisemann the only e90 specific exhaust out there so far? I know the AA will probably work because of the adjustable tips. I understand that the e92 exhausts were developed first due to more demand but I thought we would see some more e90 versions by now. Vendors if you have any info please chime in.
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      11-14-2008, 12:24 AM   #2
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why do you say only eisenmann ?? i know people who have borla and supersprint and meisthershaft exhausts on their e90s. and remus but i have only seen 1 so far.
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      11-14-2008, 12:28 AM   #3
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I think these exhausts need to be adjusted to fit the e90, hangers cut and welded so the tips don't stick out too far. That is why I asked e90 "specific" so that you don't need to modify it to fit.
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I've got the AA and it fits perfect. There's plenty of range for the tips to be adjusted to flush mount, or poking out. I need to tweak mine a bit more as I adjusted mine without checking the side view, so I pulled mne out about a half inch too far. But it still looks damn good IMO
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It would be a great idea if some of the other manufactures followed AA and had adjustable tips or just left the tips off until people ordered e90 or e92 then weld the appropriate length tip on it.
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When are we going to see some more E90 specific exhausts, I really don't want to get a E92 exhaust and then have the tips stick out like dogs balls . Is eisemann the only e90 specific exhaust out there so far? I know the AA will probably work because of the adjustable tips. I understand that the e92 exhausts were developed first due to more demand but I thought we would see some more e90 versions by now. Vendors if you have any info please chime in.
Our exhaust system will fit perfect. Our original design was done on an E90. Let me know if you have any other questions or concerns.

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      11-14-2008, 06:13 PM   #7
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I really don't want to get a E92 exhaust and then have the tips stick out like dogs balls
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      11-14-2008, 06:53 PM   #8
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I like the remus race but I don't want it for above reason until they develop one specific for the e90
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      11-14-2008, 07:26 PM   #9
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waiting for the Remus too, mainly for the price.
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      11-14-2008, 07:41 PM   #10
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mille miglia, agency power, rogue engineering, corsa, dixis......lots of em...if you really want sumthn specific u can go witha custom exhaust that way u can tell how u want ur tips....also the reason also they stick out cuz its aftermarket....u need the diffuser (helps)
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aa is a good company but they got some flaws with products of theirs....*shh* i know cuz my friend has a car built by them but its an e46
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aa is a good company but they got some flaws with products of theirs....*shh* i know cuz my friend has a car built by them but its an e46
They seem like they have great customer service...I have not yet purchased anything from them (saving ). They have been very helpful so far and quickly responded to PMs regarding their current (pulleys) and pending products (x-pipe).
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