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Old 11-03-2012, 01:03 PM
Brad_H Brad_H is offline
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Exhausts with VF Engineering Supercharger

I recently purchased a VF Engineering supercharger for my '98 M Roadster. I'm trying to decide whether to get free flow exhaust. Been looking at B&B, Supersprint, Eisenmann, and Remus.

Will it help the supercharger much considering the stock exhaust on the M is split and should already reduce back pressure a bunch?

The ideal exhaust would... add some performance, look good, have deep tone but not super loud, and not damage bumper or require bumper modification.
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Old 11-05-2012, 10:50 AM
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Are your cats in the headers? That's where I would start.

G Power Z4M and VF Engineering Z4 3.0i
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Old 11-14-2012, 09:01 PM
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I purchased and bolted a REMUS exhaust muffler onto my 2002 2.5 litre Z3. 2-1/2" pipes SS look great. sounds deeper throaty, but not too loud at 85 mph. purchase made from Bavarian Autosport. Good luck with your upgrades. C
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