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E36 M3 (1992-1999) {Euro - S50 B32 321hp @ 7400 rpm} {U.S. - S52 B32 240 hp @ 6000 rpm}
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Old Fri, Aug-07-2009, 03:32:07 PM   #1
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Default Supersprint Catback For Stock?

Recently I've had my M3 up for sale (I've now decided to keep it) and I had a guy wanting to trade me his stock M3 exhaust plus cash for my Supersprint. I bought the car with this exhaust, so I have no idea of the value. What would you guys say is fair to ask from him cash-wise? BTW, my exhaust is a stainless Supersprint catback with DTM tips.
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A lot. SS is very valuable. Not sure why you'd want to sell yours for stock but I'd say $600+exhaust would be fair.
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this is an amazing love story between one man and his M3.

that being said, just keep the exhaust..
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SS is worth about $450, stock (in like condition) about $150. Anything you get over $300 would be gravy.
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SS is worth about $450, stock (in like condition) about $150. Anything you get over $300 would be gravy.
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FYI, the stock exhaust will make your car WAY quieter. I have the Supersprint (staggered tips). I've only had it on the car for 4 or 5 months, but I recently drove a few stock cars and I couldn't believe how quiet they were in comparison. Interesting, seeing as I don't think this exhaust is that loud. The stock piece also weighs 15 lbs or so more.
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Lol... I love this thread... A used SS is worth $450? where did you get that #? Last I looked, a new SS for a M3 was about $1100...

If it were me, and I could sell the stock exhaust for $150, he'd have to pay me $950 so I buy a new SS...


No freeking way I'm trading my SuperSprint... lol
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Lol... I love this thread... A used SS is worth $450? where did you get that #? Last I looked, a new SS for a M3 was about $1100...

If it were me, and I could sell the stock exhaust for $150, he'd have to pay me $950 so I buy a new SS...


No freeking way I'm trading my SuperSprint... lol
They're cheap used nowadays. I bought mine for $350 off Craigslist, not a scratch on it.

You make a fine point though. Personally, if I were thinking about going back to stock (assuming I got rid of my stock catback, which I didn't)...i'd drive a stock car first. But after that, i'd spend the $150 on a used stock piece and drive around with it for a while to make sure it's what I wanted before getting rid of a great piece like the SS.
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If I was buying a used car I would pay more for one with a stock exhaust. So if you sell the car, go that route.
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Lol... I love this thread... A used SS is worth $450? where did you get that #? Last I looked, a new SS for a M3 was about $1100...

If it were me, and I could sell the stock exhaust for $150, he'd have to pay me $950 so I buy a new SS...


No freeking way I'm trading my SuperSprint... lol
$1,100 is for a new one. Used is typically cheaper than new. Also, DTM tips...they fetch less.

I have a mint condition SS in my garage with straight tips. Anyone want to give me $700 as Bleedsblue suggests? Richard, want a spare? I'll cover shipping. lol
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A lot. SS is very valuable. Not sure why you'd want to sell yours for stock but I'd say $600+exhaust would be fair.
I wasn't really looking to get rid of it, but he asked, so I figured I'd check into the value. I'll probably keep the SS, one, because it's already installed, and two, because I couldn't imagine my car being any quieter.
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