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      02-27-2012, 06:11 PM   #1
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quetion about choosing M3 exhaust

I am owning a 2011 e92 m3, and now considering to change an exhaust for track use.

I have a friend who installed AK evo, for his M3, and I think the sound was terrific, but now I was told that the SR magnum black exhaust is also having a better performance and sounds. I think the Magnum exhaust has a sparrow design, though i dont know what is it exactly like.

Considering the price, the SR one is way cheaper,

So, I just wanna get some advise to choose which brand of exhaust, Or is there any other kind to recommend? P.S I dont enjoy the soud that was too loud such as eisenmann.
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: Plenty of info out there already about exhausts.

Never heard of an SR magnum.
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Hadn't heard of it either and being in the market I have be researching exhausts pretty hard. Can you post a link? Thanks.
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Hadn't heard of it either and being in the market I have be researching exhausts pretty hard. Can you post a link? Thanks.

I only got the Video, here it is
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      02-27-2012, 07:40 PM   #5
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I am owning a 2011 e92 m3, and now considering to change an exhaust for track use...
Hey dude, not much info. in this thread, but worth PM'ing the owner perhaps.

http://www.m3post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=287020


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...Never heard of an SR magnum.
So I guess searching won't help him out much then, huh? Thanks again for your meaningful contributions. Someone should get you a merit badge.
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Maybe it was the video quality but I'm not impressed with that SR exhaust. I'd go Akro Evo over that for sure.
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Maybe it was the video quality but I'm not impressed with that SR exhaust. I'd go Akro Evo over that for sure.
No offense to them, but their website isn't confidence inspiring... I'd keep looking.
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sounds like stock to me
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Dinan full catless exhaust FTW
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I am owning a 2011 e92 m3, and now considering to change an exhaust for track use.

I have a friend who installed AK evo, for his M3, and I think the sound was terrific, but now I was told that the SR magnum black exhaust is also having a better performance and sounds. I think the Magnum exhaust has a sparrow design, though i dont know what is it exactly like.

Considering the price, the SR one is way cheaper,

So, I just wanna get some advise to choose which brand of exhaust, Or is there any other kind to recommend? P.S I dont enjoy the soud that was too loud such as eisenmann.
Cheers
I am glad to hear your looking to upgrade the Exhaust on your 2011 E92 M3 and are looking to take it on the track. We have a fantastic exhaust system that is both Street and Track Friendly. The Design is free flowing and weight saving is significant over factory.







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