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Old 05-04-2013, 08:09 AM
ott786 ott786 is offline
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Mein Auto: M6 Cabriolet
Specific Exhaust Question

Hello guys,

This is not your typical "name all the exhausts available and their pro/cons". I have two questions.

1) Listening to the Eisenmann Race + resonator delete vs the muffler delete they sound very similar in videos. The delete sounds a little more raspier (resonator and cats intact), where as the Eisenmann is slightly more tuned with somewhat of a higher pitch, with no rasp.

The question is, I don't want this thing to sound like a ricer with a fart can attached - however when I listen to videos of civics with fart cans, the sound produced is NOT the same as the m6 muffler delete however there is a very slight resemblance between the two.

For those with the muffler delete, in person does the muffler delete sound sound similar to a civic (all bias aside)?

2) If I was to purchase an Eisenmann from an M5 (E60) owner, would it fit on the m6 ?

Thanks
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