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E36 M3 (1992-1999) {Euro - S50 B32 321hp @ 7400 rpm} {U.S. - S52 B32 240 hp @ 6000 rpm}
Total Produced: 71,212 - Years Produced: 1992 to 1999


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Old Mon, Jun-17-2019, 07:07:11 PM   #11
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Default Re: Favorite e36 M3 muffler/rear section?

I really like my Corsa RSC36, loud, some tasteful rasp, pops and burbles, but pretty much no drone and with the windows up it's very tame inside the cabin.
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Eisenmann is the best you can buy, but you'll pay a lot for it and it's a two piece cat back.

Supersprint is overrated, sorry.
I can’t agree with you more! Eisenmann all the way everyday (if budget is t a concern). It’s funny we don’t see many E36 M3 with Eisenmann, but way much more Supersprint installed!
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Default Re: Favorite e36 M3 muffler/rear section?

Because all of the US retailers pushed SS and gouged the shit out of eisenmann parts.
Some of these places were asking 2k for eisenmann exhausts which is a ****ing joke. I got mine for around 1k US shipped to Canada from schmeidmann.
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Old Tue, Jun-18-2019, 02:24:55 PM   #14
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Default Re: Favorite e36 M3 muffler/rear section?

I used all the money I received from high school graduation and bought the Eisenmann race from IND for $1,400 shipped or so 7 years ago. I do not regret it. My mother was not happy.
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Old Tue, Jun-18-2019, 02:58:34 PM   #15
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Anyone know if eisenmann is a bolt on to a SS euro midpipe?
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Old Tue, Jun-18-2019, 03:08:06 PM   #16
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Default Re: Favorite e36 M3 muffler/rear section?

If anyone wants to sell me an Eisenmann race I’ll buy it or trade my Dinan plus cash
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Default Re: Favorite e36 M3 muffler/rear section?

I haven't had many exhausts, but here's what I've tried.

UUC TSE, before they went to the RSC36 design and Umnitza started selling the TSE. I like this exhaust a lot. Not too droney, good and aggressive sound, was great as a college kid.

AA Race. It's a race exhaust. Decibels are linearly proportionate to throttle. Great sound, but it's LOUD. My favorite of the LOOKATMEEEEEEEEEEEE exhausts, for track use. On the street you're just an ass.

Stock. Stock is nice but ugly. S52 car still has stock muffler even though I have the others in my garage.

Supersprint (Euro) Street-- I have this on the S54 car, and IMO it's perfect for that application, because it passes Laguna Seca's sound limits and lets me hear the CSL airbox. In other words, it's barely louder than stock. Very very happy with that. I've tried a number of SS variants on the S54 car and this is the winner so far. It's paired to their catted S54 swap exhaust midpipe and headers, and honestly is a nice bolt on solution.
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Anybody tried Scorpion exhausts?
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Default Re: Favorite e36 M3 muffler/rear section?

I've had stock, Stromung, and Corsa/RSC36. Stromung being my favorite so far. The Corsa only lasted a few months before being put up for sale a few weeks ago.

I think the Eisenmann Race (76mm w/ staggered tips) I have on order will be the winner.


@JitteryJoe these are built to order, so I'm willing to bet they can supply you with the correct pipes. Reach out to IND-Distribution and have them ask Eisenmann for you; They've been super responsive via email.
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Default Re: Favorite e36 M3 muffler/rear section?

appreciate all the discussion everyone. My previous car (95m) had shorty headers and a uuc corsa exhaust, I think the rsc one but I'm not sure. That set up was perfection honestly. Decently loud but not overly so, ZERO rasp, clean exotic inline 6 tone. Honestly sounded like half a ferrari

My new 95m came with a stock exhaust set up besides some rusted out no-name muffler.

Just picked up a Rogue DMS exhaust from Rogue and am very pleased with it. Nice tone, respectably loud, SUPER shiney, tips and mufflerbox itself look great too. For 600 bucks I think this was a good direction.

Only thing I'm still on the fence about is some turner shorty headers. From some googling, people are saying they actually make no power ? Any insight?
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