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      11-03-2013, 03:04 AM   #1
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AFE MACH Force XP Race Pipe for the BMW E90, E92 and E93 M3

HPA is proud to announce the all new AFE MACH Force XP Race Pipe for the BMW E90, E92 and E93 M3. In recent testing this system produced 27 horsepower and 50 lbs. x ft. of torque. This exhaust race pipe is constructed from TIG-welded, 2.5" mandrel bent, 304 stainless steel tubing. It uses dual, high flow, 300 cell catalytic converters for maximum flow providing an astonishing low end torque improvement. While developing this system, we ensured that this aFe Race Pipe not only increased performance but delivered a powerful and aggressive tone. Incorporated is an X-Pipe balance tube, which equalizes and evenly distributes exhaust pulses for increased performance across the power band. The 49-36321 uses dual resonators to absorb high pitch sound decibels, minimizing exhaust drone. This race pipe can be used with the OE muffler, aFe cat-back exhaust systems (part numbers 49-36311-P, 49-36311-C, 49-36312-P, 49-36312-C, 49-36304 and 49-36305) or any slip-on system. This race pipe requires no modifications and uses all factory hanger locations for a hassle free installation. Order Now!

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      11-03-2013, 10:47 PM   #2
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50 Ft-lb or torque? Is that a typo?
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      11-03-2013, 11:14 PM   #3
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50 Ft-lb or torque? Is that a typo?
That is what they are claiming, but we all know the gain is much less than that.
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Any Video File?
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      01-18-2014, 01:27 AM   #5
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Any Video File?
Have you searched youtube?
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Yup so far a guy with a Remus. How this compare with ESS mid?
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I am also deciding on this or ESS hfc xpipe. There is not much info on either.
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there are good review with the full catted ESS system. Or mix ESS with other brand of rear exhaust.

One of my concern was the "CEL" may come on. When the cat is exhausted and causing or trigger CEL. A tune or Remap can prevent that.
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there are good review with the full catted ESS system. Or mix ESS with other brand of rear exhaust.

One of my concern was the "CEL" may come on. When the cat is exhausted and causing or trigger CEL. A tune or Remap can prevent that.
Yes, you will need a flash tune with the O2 coding removed.
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What about drone?
With resonator...
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What about drone?
With resonator...
The version with the resonators will have less drone.
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