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      07-21-2015, 12:48 PM   #1
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E92 M rear exhaust (Meisterschaft Gt2 style) for sale

I have a Mesiterschaft copy exhaust for sale, excellent condition. No rust, dents, leaks etc...stainless steel. Very light weight system. I'm asking $750 or best offer. Please pm me if you would like to see more pictures.











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How does it sound compared to the GT2? Is it louder/quieter?
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How does it sound compared to the GT2? Is it louder/quieter?
I've only heard a gt2 on videos which would be a bad comparison but the cans are almost identical sizes. The Gt2 is loud and this one is too at WOT. I had it with the OEM x section for about four months and it was actually pretty nice sounding. with the dct it barks really nice.

i've heard a similar system with test pipes and it's nice as well. if you want a loud exhaust like the GT2 or the gintani race, use this system with a catless x section and it's pretty loud (my center section had two small resonators). I loved the exhaust but had always wanted a Dinan rear section and finally bought one. had i not bought the Dinan, i'd still be using this exhaust. it's really light and well made. With straight x pipes (no resonators no cats) it would be really loud but i think would still sound good.
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I'm running stock x-pipe with both sets of cats with the GT2 titanium right now. Was curious how that one compares to it as the GT2 drones at 2-3k, but sounds like a beast when you're on it or downshift.

Does that one drone at all with the DCT(I know the DCT is more prone to droning in general)?
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I'm running stock x-pipe with both sets of cats with the GT2 titanium right now. Was curious how that one compares to it as the GT2 drones at 2-3k, but sounds like a beast when you're on it or downshift.

Does that one drone at all with the DCT(I know the DCT is more prone to droning in general)?
with the stock center section it did not drone (at least i don't think it did). deleting the cats gave it some drone but the trade off was the WOT symphony.
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