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      02-14-2010, 10:32 AM   #1
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Talking [HELP] Eisenmann Rear Exhaust Quad 83mm - BMW E92 M3

Hello! everyone I recently bought a E92 M3, I am looking to upgrade the exhaust system to Eisenmann Rear Exhaust Quad 83mm, Could anyone here tell me where can I order and get it installed in the UK, near LONDON area. Thanks for the help!
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Just a quick question, is the eisenmann race a cat back system ? and is there an option for a full system with x pipe and cat bypass pipes, or do you have to mix and match with other brands for those ?
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Just a quick question, is the eisenmann race a cat back system ? and is there an option for a full system with x pipe and cat bypass pipes, or do you have to mix and match with other brands for those ?
Eisenmann Race is just a mufler. If you want an X-pipe or HFCs you'll have to go with a different brand. A few options are Fabspeed, Active Autowerkes, Gintani, Dinan, and Akrapovic

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Thank you!
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another question, is Evolve a Eisenmann offcial dealer in the UK?

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      02-19-2010, 05:48 AM   #7
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Hi - Yes we are an authorised dealer of Eisenmann products in the UK.

Click here for a dyno graph, more videos and review from a forum member.
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Hi - Yes we are an authorised dealer of Eisenmann products in the UK.

Click here for a dyno graph, more videos and review from a forum member.
Thanks again, going to be out of the UK for 5 weeks, gonna place my order when I come back in April. cant wait to get em fitted!
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Cool. Bear in mind that there is a 3-5 week lead time on Eisenmann exhausts as they are made to order.
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I can't believe no one has snapped that up yet Mikey. They are very difficult to get hold of in Europe.
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I had an Eisenmann Race exhaust fitted at AI tuning which is just outside London, i went via the CA automotive website.
The did a great job, and its sounds awesome!
Now looking into having an x-pip fitted, just not sure what, cat less, single cat, brand, and the legalities of it? Any ideas?
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I opted for the Fabspeed x-pipe 2ndry cat bypass with resonators, sound amazing hooked up to my Remus Race, legalities....borderline
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I can't believe no one has snapped that up yet Mikey. They are very difficult to get hold of in Europe.
Can't understand it either ,absolute bargain and as new really .
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I had an Eisenmann Race exhaust fitted at AI tuning which is just outside London, i went via the CA automotive website.
The did a great job, and its sounds awesome!
Now looking into having an x-pip fitted, just not sure what, cat less, single cat, brand, and the legalities of it? Any ideas?
I believe the exhaust system has 2 sets of catalytic converters.

Providing you keep one set of cats, you should be able to pass an MOT emissions test.

The only potential problem will be noise. In theory it is illegal to swap the exhaust out for one that makes more noise than standard, but he'd have to be a very unhappy copper to pull you up on that as nobody really cars, especially if you have a V8 M3!

at the MOT they will just issue an advisory for the exhaust being loud, its not a fail like the emissions test is. Which your car will do if you remove all the cats.
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I believe the exhaust system has 2 sets of catalytic converters.

Providing you keep one set of cats, you should be able to pass an MOT emissions test.
As long as they are the upper set or high flow replacements.
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i'm slightly confused with eisenmann and the meisterschaft gt exhaust, i've been trying to research these 2 exhausts assuming these were 2 different brands, however i'm finding a lot of threads titled "eisenmann meisterschaft gt exhaust"...have i been misinformed? if so, does anyone know if there are there any dealers in the UK where i can find the Meisterschaft GT Exhaust? Thanks guys
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i'm slightly confused with eisenmann and the meisterschaft gt exhaust, i've been trying to research these 2 exhausts assuming these were 2 different brands, however i'm finding a lot of threads titled "eisenmann meisterschaft gt exhaust"...have i been misinformed? if so, does anyone know if there are there any dealers in the UK where i can find the Meisterschaft GT Exhaust? Thanks guys
They are 2 different brands. Eisenmann Gmbh do not make a "Mesterschaft" exhaust. They make "Sport" or "Race".
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