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      05-22-2009, 12:47 PM   #1
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BRAND NEW Agency Power Full Exhaust Setup | Redline Motorworks

I am proud to announce Agency Power's full exhaust system has been released for the E92 M3.

This exhaust system is made from T304 stainless steel exhaust is TIG welded and polished to a mirror finish. The exhaust uses the existing hangers for a secure rattle and clearance free fit

Visually, the exhaust features quad 2.75" Titanium Tips with a burnt finish for an exotic look.







Retail: $1750

For a complete setup, the cat delete and section 2 midpipes will do the trick.
These pipes are also made from T304 stainless steel and feature TIG welding, thick flanges, 02 Bungs, gaskets and a complete polished finish. These pipes in conjunction with the muffler setup with free up more horsepower and provide the true V8 sound we all desire.



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30HP is attainable with the muffler, midpipes and tune.

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For E90 application, would it be as easy as shortening up the tips? Installation is the same?

Curious, why not just make the tips adjustable to also allow the Sedan guys the chance to buy too??
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Do they have pictures of the mid pipes on a car? It look like the mid pipes eliminate the x-section as well, and just make it straight pipes. Is this the case? Also, do they make a version with polished tips, and not Ti ones?

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Actually, it's a typo on Agency Power's website which I'm assuming they cut & paste...The tips aren't 2.75" as listed. It's actually 3.25" as verified by Taylor (Ape Performance).
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For E90 application, would it be as easy as shortening up the tips? Installation is the same?

Curious, why not just make the tips adjustable to also allow the Sedan guys the chance to buy too??
I'll see if I can convince Agency to make an E90 version as well. All they would need to do is shorten the tips. If they did this I don't see why they couldn't make a polished or SS tip as well. I'll keep you updated.

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Do they have pictures of the mid pipes on a car? It look like the mid pipes eliminate the x-section as well, and just make it straight pipes. Is this the case? Also, do they make a version with polished tips, and not Ti ones?

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Yes. The midpipes eliminate the X-pipe. I'll see if Agency can make polished tips as well. I'll keep you posted.

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For E90 application, would it be as easy as shortening up the tips? Installation is the same?

Curious, why not just make the tips adjustable to also allow the Sedan guys the chance to buy too??
Yes, you would have to shorten the tips so it fits perfectly on the E90. If you are fine with the tips sticking out a little further than usual, you don't need to do any modifications.

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Do they have pictures of the mid pipes on a car? It look like the mid pipes eliminate the x-section as well, and just make it straight pipes. Is this the case? Also, do they make a version with polished tips, and not Ti ones?

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Andy, the mid pipes do eliminate the x-section so it basically is straight pipes.
I'm trying to find some pics of the pipes installed.
As for the polished tips, they are contemplating this idea but they're only available in titanium at the moment.

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Actually, it's a typo on Agency Power's website which I'm assuming they cut & paste...The tips aren't 2.75" as listed. It's actually 3.25" as verified by Taylor (Ape Performance).
The tips are actually 3.15" if you want to get specific. PM replied by the way.
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      05-26-2009, 12:49 PM   #8
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Here are some pictures of the mid pipes installed.


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WOW! That looks like a good way to LOSE some power! Why in the world would they eliminate the crossover section?!?!?!?

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Vids with the midpipes and cat delete pipes please!!
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Hi Guys, Thanks for your feedback. Our front section is catless and requires a software tune. It is also designed for off highway use. We will have a video of the complete kit on the dyno with a graph posted soon.

The factory x pipe is a great design for the stock car with the stock muffler. Our system is as free flowing as possible with the least amount of restriction. The muffler provides enough exhaust flow for the best performance.

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Due to the crossover being deleted, you will surely lose power. All a crossover is for is helping the flow out, and now you have taken it away. Also, why did you not use any stock hanger locations on the midpipes? You don't have any hangers at all. It seems very quickly put together. The rear section looks real good, it is too bad the mid section does not.

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We increased the entire diameter of our system to 2.5" while reducing weight. The S section and mufflers have the hangers to support the majority of system. The front of the system is bolted in place. The pipes don't have hanger mounts because the weight of the entire system is well supported and not stressed.

We could have put an X section in our mid pipes but chose not to. With larger diameter piping, no catalytic converters and an ECU upgrade our mid pipes make great power over the stock setup without duplicating it.

We are located here in Phoenix too. We can put a set on your car and run a before and after test. Give me a call or send me a message and we can make arrangements. I am sure you will be pleased with our system.

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I am good thanks. I just put AA midpipes on to go with my Billy Boat exhaust, and I am pretty happy. What tune have you tested the exhaust with?

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      05-27-2009, 01:14 PM   #15
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Still available! Thanks for answering the questions Matt.
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...We could have put an X section in our mid pipes but chose not to. With larger diameter piping, no catalytic converters and an ECU upgrade our mid pipes make great power over the stock setup without duplicating it.

We are located here in Phoenix too. We can put a set on your car and run a before and after test. Give me a call or send me a message and we can make arrangements. I am sure you will be pleased with our system.

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I'd be all over this before/after offer if I was local! Someone jump on this offer!!! Without an ECU upgrade, is there a power loss? Thx!
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I would do it if he just wanted to use my car for the test, but I am assuming he meant that I could BUY it, and test the before and after.

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I would do it if he just wanted to use my car for the test, but I am assuming he meant that I could BUY it, and test the before and after.

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I think he would get more potential buyers if he offers a before/after dyno regardless if you buy or not...

What do you say Matt?!?
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Thanks for all the inquiries. Call me at 647-827-0825 for the best price. No one can touch this.
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Adjustable tips for the E90 yet?
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