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      07-23-2009, 11:17 AM   #1
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Shopping for E90 M3 exhaust who makes them???

Im shopping for a E90 m3 exhaust and wonder how many aftermarket companies make this application. Seems like the E92 has everything!!!! All I have seen is Dinan, AA, Eisemann, and Gintani. Is there anymore I would like to see a list and input on choices. Thanks.
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      07-23-2009, 11:33 AM   #2
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Im shopping for a E90 m3 exhaust and wonder how many aftermarket companies make this application. Seems like the E92 has everything!!!! All I have seen is Dinan, AA, Eisemann, and Gintani. Is there anymore I would like to see a list and input on choices. Thanks.
Bastuck makes one. http://www.wheelsto.com/ezmart.php?c...5&bcode=000015


This is on my E92 but they make one for the E90.

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      07-23-2009, 11:40 AM   #3
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Im shopping for a E90 m3 exhaust and wonder how many aftermarket companies make this application. Seems like the E92 has everything!!!! All I have seen is Dinan, AA, Eisemann, and Gintani. Is there anymore I would like to see a list and input on choices. Thanks.
Those are the only companies I know of also......Maybe a few more, but those are the main ones I believe.
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      07-23-2009, 11:43 AM   #4
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Yup... those are the ones I've researched as well for the e90. I'm debating between AA, Eisenmann and Gintani. I'm planning on mating with a Fabspeed HFC with xpipe...so i'm more inclined to go with Eisenmann Sport. I think the Fabspeed/Gintani setup would be too loud for my wife's tastes
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      07-23-2009, 11:44 AM   #5
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Bastuck makes one. http://www.wheelsto.com/ezmart.php?c...5&bcode=000015


This is on my E92 but they make one for the E90.

Those tips look really good.
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      07-23-2009, 12:14 PM   #6
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tips look good but it kinda looks like it sticks out quite a bit still..
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      07-23-2009, 01:08 PM   #7
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Won't the Remus exhaust fit on the E90 M3 since you have to cut the stock exhaust off and weld to the existing connecting pipes?
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There are TONS of options out there. I would check into Riss Racing, Remus, Active and Eisenmann. The Remus exhaust will work on the E90 models as well. Riss just finished production on their m3 exhaust with adjustable tips so you can change how far they stick out.
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      07-23-2009, 02:42 PM   #9
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There are TONS of options out there. I would check into Riss Racing, Remus, Active and Eisenmann. The Remus exhaust will work on the E90 models as well. Riss just finished production on their m3 exhaust with adjustable tips so you can change how far they stick out.
I will believe this when I see it. So far, everybody that has posted a remus exhaust on an e90 has shown the tip to be protruding quite a bit from the bumper. Somebody please post a pic! This will move the remus sport to the top of the list!
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      07-23-2009, 03:31 PM   #10
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remember that the e90 m3 has a slightly shorter exhaust because the coupe rear end extends further out.

Putting a coupe exhaust on a sedan will cause the tips to stick out too far. That might be ok if you are installing a big diffuser!
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      07-23-2009, 03:38 PM   #11
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I just did the AA exhaust yeaterday. Sounds insane!
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SPORT-Version:

moving vehicle = 75 db
stationary vehicle = 92 db at 6.225 1/min
value of backpressure = -25%
weight of the muffler = apr. 21 kg

RACE-Version:

moving vehicle = apr. 95 db
stationary vehicle = apr. 102 db at 6.225 1/min
value of backpressure = apr. -32%
weight of the muffler = apr. 21 kg

Please note these values are always depending on external circumstances as feg. barometric pressure, outside temperature, abrasion of the pre silencers, abrasion of the cat-converter, etc.....


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      07-23-2009, 05:15 PM   #13
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Eisenmann

SPORT-Version:

moving vehicle = 75 db
stationary vehicle = 92 db at 6.225 1/min
value of backpressure = -25%
weight of the muffler = apr. 21 kg

RACE-Version:

moving vehicle = apr. 95 db
stationary vehicle = apr. 102 db at 6.225 1/min
value of backpressure = apr. -32%
weight of the muffler = apr. 21 kg

Please note these values are always depending on external circumstances as feg. barometric pressure, outside temperature, abrasion of the pre silencers, abrasion of the cat-converter, etc.....
Forgot to also mention that from the back it still looks like you have two huge metal nut sacks hanging down from your car...just like stock
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I think we counted over 60 exhausts out for the E9X M3. There is compilation thread out there.

Some top ones that are well loved in my opinion. Remus, AA, Eisenmann most popular ones, reputable mention on the forums Corsa/UUC, Gintani, Supersprint, and in the expensively priced realm Amuse & Kreissieg seem to be the most popular.
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Won't the Remus exhaust fit on the E90 M3 since you have to cut the stock exhaust off and weld to the existing connecting pipes?
Cutting.......Now that's scary.

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remember that the e90 m3 has a slightly shorter exhaust because the coupe rear end extends further out.

Putting a coupe exhaust on a sedan will cause the tips to stick out too far. That might be ok if you are installing a big diffuser!
Oh yeah, I almost forgot. John has the UUC Corsa exhaust. When I saw his pics, that exhaust looked like it fit pretty good on his M3 Sedan.

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Forgot to also mention that from the back it still looks like you have two huge metal nut sacks hanging down from your car...just like stock
+1

100% agree and that's why I'm not considering the Eisenmann anymore.
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Lol I'm a little confused about the 'nut sacks' Please show me on my car Saturday Nawaaz!
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Lol I'm a little confused about the 'nut sacks' Please show me on my car Saturday Nawaaz!
Hey man....there's nothing wrong with the larger "nut sacks". In fact it's a sign of more "manliness" or more "masculinity" on your M3.......If you know what I'm sayin' Dev, right? Sometimes you gotta show other cars who's MAN of the house! jk jk
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I think we counted over 60 exhausts out for the E9X M3. There is compilation thread out there.

Some top ones that are well loved in my opinion. Remus, AA, Eisenmann most popular ones, reputable mention on the forums Corsa/UUC, Gintani, Supersprint, and in the expensively priced realm Amuse & Kreissieg seem to be the most popular.
Still no love for DINAN.....
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Still no love for DINAN.....
Well... I think having two fake tips on the Dinan makes a big difference in its popularity
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I will believe this when I see it. So far, everybody that has posted a remus exhaust on an e90 has shown the tip to be protruding quite a bit from the bumper. Somebody please post a pic! This will move the remus sport to the top of the list!
Hey not a problem, we just got some pics of the adjustable tipped version installed yesterday on a red E90 M3. Enjoy









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Here is our exhaust system, we have special pricing currently. If we could help you in anyway please let us know....
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