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Old Thu, Apr-18-2019, 04:02:49 PM   #7
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Default Re: Quite Exhaust Thread

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Originally Posted by malacai17 View Post
*quiet
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Originally Posted by bmw m3 s50 View Post
Your best bet in your situation would be to run a Supersprint Street Muffler. It is a very quiet muffler and will not drown out the CSL airbox. You get some weight savings over the OEM muffler but not alot compared to other mufflers. Performance is also there by having better flow then the OEM muffler.
I've never real been a fan of the SS offerings but I don't believe I've ever heard the Sport version. Might need to hear one in person.

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Originally Posted by TboneM3 View Post
I thought the same, went back to stock, but got bored after a while and am back first to ss sport, then that wasn't enough, now to scorza. Unless the muffler is stupid loud, you're gonna be able to hear the airbox just fine.
I like the idea of opening up the stock exhaust and since they are so inexpensive, I may consider that as an option. Scorzas seem to break-in, right?

I would honestly consider all options, Scorpion, UUC, Meisterschaft, really anything.
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