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      04-23-2010, 04:24 PM   #1
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Twin Silencers or single ?.

Hello Chaps,
From a power point of view on the M3, is it better to have a single rear silencer/muffler, like the Eisenmann, or a twin silencer arrangement, like the Remus ?. Any power differences at all ?, regards, SIMON.
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      04-24-2010, 03:05 AM   #2
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All I know is a more straight through design usually makes more power AKA Gintani.

I've had many systems, all of which are two muffler systems. They all seem to have a big trouble to look perfectly equal on both sides. The only system I did not have this problem was the Gintani. I still can't understand why that one was perfect, while I'm having trouble with my Dinan and had trouble with my Remus.

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