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E90/E92/E93 M3 (2008 - 2014)
4th generation E90 M3 sedan, E92 M3 coupe and E93 M3 convertible. The last of the naturally aspirated M3s, powered by a 4.0 liter V8 making 414hp and 295 lb-ft of torque.

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Old 06-27-2014, 07:36 AM
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Akrapovic Evolution Titanium Exhaust System - E9X M3

hi all!

i was wondering about this exhaust system. will it pass inspection due to emissions? it seems to be the street non racing full exhaust with sport cats. i am in NH if it matters.

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Old 06-28-2014, 03:17 PM
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I'm running the same system on my M3 and have no issue passing the emission test here in Italy, and believe me, the inspection people are a- holes... You can contact a local inspector and pose the question to them, maybe you will find out..
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the akra evo has high flow cats so I guess it will pass the emission test, I currently have in my car the akra GT4 cat-less and that I can assure you won't pass any emission test
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How did you install your Vorsteiner Front Lip? Heard some people use double sided tape.
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The vorsteiner lip has drilled holes that are bolt on with the bumper holes
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Do you experience an issues going down steep slopes ( going into a under ground garage) and what differences do you notice beside looks if any?
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Do you experience an issues going down steep slopes ( going into a under ground garage) and what differences do you notice beside looks if any?
My car is lowered on a KW sleeve kit so it is an issue going down steep slopes, if you are on stock springs you will be ok
Besides looks it doesnt make any difference unless you add a blower lol
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Are the KW adjustable or are they set and how much of a drop do you have? What size rims are you running?
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Are the KW adjustable or are they set and how much of a drop do you have? What size rims are you running?
The KW kit is adjustable (you dont loose EDC with this kit) I am probably at 3/4 of max low but if I go lower I will have rubbing issues, as it is I dont have any issues at all
I am running HRE RB2 wheels, they are 9.5 x 19 ET 23 on the front and 10.5 x 19 ET 27 on the rear, tires are Toyo R888, front 265/30/19 and rear 295/30/19
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I like the set up and the car looks nice. I'm looking at the VMR710 with a similar rim set but in electric blue for my summer rims since it snows here in Italy during the winter.

Are you running KW DDC?
http://www.kwsuspensions.com/picture...020011_1_1.jpg

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I like the set up and the car looks nice. I'm looking at the VMR710 with a similar rim set but in electric blue for my summer rims since it snows here in Italy during the winter.

Are you running KW DDC?
http://www.kwsuspensions.com/picture...020011_1_1.jpg
is your car white? electric blue will do a good match with a white car
I am running the adjustable KW sleeve over kit which doesn't affect the EDC on the M3, attached some pics of my kit, IMO it is a good kit for a daily drive but if you are going to track your car you would need to get the KW V3 coil-over suspension system but with that you will loose the EDC
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Yea, I have a 09 white M3 with a few mods. I'm looking to lower it just a little in the front and rear and coil overs is an option I'm thinking about. Here a pic of my car...I'll look and see if I can find the coil overs your running and compare them to the koni coil over kit with eibach springs.
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Yea, I have a 09 white M3 with a few mods. I'm looking to lower it just a little in the front and rear and coil overs is an option I'm thinking about. Here a pic of my car...I'll look and see if I can find the coil overs your running and compare them to the koni coil over kit with eibach springs.
It looks nice, need to lower a bit in the front
Post some pics after installing the new wheels and coil overs
Any performance mods? Blower?
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It looks nice, need to lower a bit in the front
Post some pics after installing the new wheels and coil overs
Any performance mods? Blower?
I would like to drop it about 1 1/2 inches in the front and about an 1 inch in the back. As for Mods, I have a Akrapovic evolution exhaust system, ESS E-Flash ECU Performance Software 91 Octane/Akrapovic, Vosteiner GTS-V front lip (Not installed yet), a Vosteiner E92 boot lid, Enhanced Premium Audio Package, Dynamic Damper Control and it's sitting on some 19 Light alloy Double-spoke wheels style 220-M with Performance tires in Gloss Black.

No blowers as yet, maybe after I get the rims installed.
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the akra evo has high flow cats so I guess it will pass the emission test, I currently have in my car the akra GT4 cat-less and that I can assure you won't pass any emission test


Nice M3 vert!!!
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I would like to drop it about 1 1/2 inches in the front and about an 1 inch in the back. As for Mods, I have a Akrapovic evolution exhaust system, ESS E-Flash ECU Performance Software 91 Octane/Akrapovic, Vosteiner GTS-V front lip (Not installed yet), a Vosteiner E92 boot lid, Enhanced Premium Audio Package, Dynamic Damper Control and it's sitting on some 19 Light alloy Double-spoke wheels style 220-M with Performance tires in Gloss Black.

No blowers as yet, maybe after I get the rims installed.
nice mods, just install the S/C kit, you won't regret it, it is like night and day

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Nice M3 vert!!!
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nice mods, just install the S/C kit, you won't regret it, it is like night and day



thank you Sir!
Just did some research and watched some videos with that system installed in a M3, like you said a big night and day differencethumbup:. Maybe I'll think about picking one up after I install the rim package and coil overs. Hopefully I can get a discount when it's time to purchase, it's not cheap. How much more HP difference do you get?

I also had some questions about your coil over package: with my current rim/ tire set now " until I get my new shoes, do you think it's possible to have the same drop similar to yours? After looking at your sick ride, I have to get ride of the wheel space. Where did you get them from? I'm looking for the same set up. I mainly drive on the streets of Italy "tight roads and corner everywhere" how is the handling? Also, how difficult is installation? Does it requires struts / springs and rear shock removal?

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Just did some research and watched some videos with that system installed in a M3, like you said a big night and day differencethumbup:. Maybe I'll think about picking one up after I install the rim package and coil overs. Hopefully I can get a discount when it's time to purchase, it's not cheap. How much more HP difference do you get?
I have the 650 HP kit installed on my car so it is 236 BHP more than the stock, I did a dyno on mine and got 550 WHP, the stock M3 has crank 414 BHP which will give you 350 WHP (using the formula BHP x 0.84 = WHP), this means my kit gives me additional 200 WHP compared to stock, believe me that is a lot of power!
This is a good time to buy a used S/C kit since the M4 is out on the market and a lot of modded E9X M3 are being put out for sale and usually they are being parted out so you may be able to find a good deal on a used kit now, try to get the 625 or 650 kit as they are intercooled systems
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I have the 650 HP kit installed on my car so it is 236 BHP more than the stock, I did a dyno on mine and got 550 WHP, the stock M3 has crank 414 BHP which will give you 350 WHP (using the formula BHP x 0.84 = WHP), this means my kit gives me additional 200 WHP compared to stock, believe me that is a lot of power!
This is a good time to buy a used S/C kits since the M4 is out on the market and a lot of modded E9X M3 are being put out for sale and usually they are being parted out so you may be able to find a good deal on a used kit now, try to get the 625 or 650 kit as they are intercooled systems
That's why I luv this page, I get educated every time especially being a new M3 owner. That's a whole lot of extra WHP, now you make me think my car isn't the fastest on these Italian roads.

I also had some questions about your coil over package: with my current rim/ tire set now "until I get my new shoes", do you think it's possible to have the same drop similar to yours? After looking at your sick ride, I have to get ride of the wheel space. Where did you get them from? I'm looking for the same set up. I mainly drive on the streets of Italy "tight roads and corner everywhere" how is the handling? Also, how difficult is the installation? Does it requires struts / springs and rear shock removal?
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That's why I luv this page, I get educated every time especially being a new M3 owner. That's a whole lot of extra WHP, now you make me think my car isn't the fastest on these Italian roads.

I also had some questions about your coil over package: with my current rim/ tire set now "until I get my new shoes", do you think it's possible to have the same drop similar to yours? After looking at your sick ride, I have to get ride of the wheel space. Where did you get them from? I'm looking for the same set up. I mainly drive on the streets of Italy "tight roads and corner everywhere" how is the handling? Also, how difficult is the installation? Does it requires struts / springs and rear shock removal?
Yes you can make your car as low as you want with this KW kit, it doesn't matter if you do it with your current wheels, you will still be able to lower it, I purchased mine at IND here in the USA but these kits are manufactured in Germany so you should be able to order it directly from KW-suspension.com in Germany or thru a KW dealer in Italy, here in the USA the price is around USD 900 for the whole kit.
The installation is simple if you have car jacks and the proper tooling, you have to remove the tires and move out the struts/springs to insert the new springs, it will take you 3-4 hours if you know what you are doing, I would recommend you to take it to a specialized shop to have it done because then you will have to align your wheels anyways.
here is a link with pictures showing how to install this kit:

http://www.m3post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=579370
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Yes you can make your car as low as you want with this KW kit, it doesn't matter if you do it with your current wheels, you will still be able to lower it, I purchased mine at IND here in the USA but these kits are manufactured in Germany so you should be able to order it directly from KW-suspension.com in Germany or thru a KW dealer in Italy, here in the USA the price is around USD 900 for the whole kit.
The installation is simple if you have car jacks and the proper tooling, you have to remove the tires and move out the struts/springs to insert the new springs, it will take you 3-4 hours if you know what you are doing, I would recommend you to take it to a specialized shop to have it done because then you will have to align your wheels anyways.
here is a link with pictures showing how to install this kit:

http://www.m3post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=579370
Shouldn't be a hard job, looks similar to when I replaced the oem shocks/struts with aftermarket koni/struts combo on my 99 323i. Do you get a tool to do additional adjustments after the car has settled and is there a mark so all adjustments would be even or do you have to wing it? You said you had 2 or 1 more turns, is this on both the front and back and if son how much lower would it drop especially on the front?
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[QUOTE=Flexx99323i;8499339]Shouldn't be a hard job, looks similar to when I replaced the oem shocks/struts with aftermarket koni/struts combo on my 99 323i. Do you get a tool to do additional adjustments after the car has settled and is there a mark so all adjustments would be even or do you have to wing it? You said you had 2 or 1 more turns, is this on both the front and back and if son how much lower would it drop especially on the front?[/

The kit comes with F/R ride height adjustment tools, I left 1.5 turns left before low max on the front and rear but this will depend on the wheels/tires setup you have, in my case I am running low profile tires so it may differ from your case
What you have to make sure is that the springs stand correctly on the bump stops, there is a lock on these replacement bump stops, make sure the spring rest and is secured on that position to avoid clunking noises when turning the wheel
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Shouldn't be a hard job, looks similar to when I replaced the oem shocks/struts with aftermarket koni/struts combo on my 99 323i. Do you get a tool to do additional adjustments after the car has settled and is there a mark so all adjustments would be even or do you have to wing it? You said you had 2 or 1 more turns, is this on both the front and back and if son how much lower would it drop especially on the front?[/

The kit comes with F/R ride height adjustment tools, I left 1.5 turns left before low max on the front and rear but this will depend on the wheels/tires setup you have, in my case I am running low profile tires so it may differ from your case
What you have to make sure is that the springs stand correctly on the bump stops, there is a lock on these replacement bump stops, make sure the spring rest and is secured on that position to avoid clunking noises when turning the wheel
So the adjustments locks in with each turn and how hard is it to make adjustments? I Found them on the KW web site in Germany for 580 which is a little lower in price and delivery isn't bad.
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Yes there is an indent on the bump stop so make sure the end of the spring stands on the indent, to make adjustments you will have to do the whole process again
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Yes there is an indent on the bump stop so make sure the end of the spring stands on the indent, to make adjustments you will have to do the whole process again
So I can just jack the car up and make the adjustments. What setting did you go with so I won't have to repeat the cycle over to many times even with low profile tires?
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