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E46 M3 (2001-2006) Engine: S54 - Max Hp: 333 hp at 7,900 rpm / 262 lb/ft at 4,900 rpm
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Old Fri, Apr-13-2018, 05:01:09 PM   #11
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Default Re: Supersprint Twin Pipe exhaust sect.2

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What's the projected price on this? Any advantages to this over your previous resonated one pipe design?
This flows more. For cars pushing significantly more power than stock, this flows better than the one piece design.

For cars that are pushing a bit more than stock, the one piece is probably a better design.
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Default Re: Supersprint Twin Pipe exhaust sect.2

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why go with a H section and not a X section? an H section would be right at home in the early 2000s and late 1990s… but like you said… advances have been made since then so why not an X section?
Fwiw there is no measurable difference between an X or an H on the dyno. Only difference is the sound each makes. Both make similar power and torque to within 1 hp.
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Old Fri, Apr-13-2018, 05:11:44 PM   #13
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Default Re: Supersprint Twin Pipe exhaust sect.2

I imagine this is a tad louder than the current resonated sec2. Which is an extremely minor drawback... and my car is loud as hell already anyway.

OK so who wants a resonated section 2?
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Default Re: Supersprint Twin Pipe exhaust sect.2

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I imagine this is a tad louder than the current resonated sec2. Which is an extremely minor drawback... and my car is loud as hell already anyway.

OK so who wants a resonated section 2?
My guess is quieter
(that the other, one piece design. I would think this will be moderately louder than stock)
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Default Re: Supersprint Twin Pipe exhaust sect.2

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I imagine this is a tad louder than the current resonated sec2. Which is an extremely minor drawback... and my car is loud as hell already anyway.

OK so who wants a resonated section 2?
Me for free you basterd
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Default Re: Supersprint Twin Pipe exhaust sect.2

Who wants to guess? Hoping for a $499 introductory price, but not holding my breath
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Default Re: Supersprint Twin Pipe exhaust sect.2

The market is going to be flush with the one piece design. I'll be listing one for sale, too
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Default Re: Supersprint Twin Pipe exhaust sect.2

Excellent news Alessandro. Look forward to ordering some soon. Thank you for always taking care of us E46 M3 and S54 Guys.
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Default Re: Supersprint Twin Pipe exhaust sect.2

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I imagine this is a tad louder than the current resonated sec2. Which is an extremely minor drawback... and my car is loud as hell already anyway.

OK so who wants a resonated section 2?

If I had to guess based off previous experiences, it will introduce some rasp back into play, but be slightly quieter.

Awesome offering Supersprint! If I didn’t have a custom 3.5” section 2/muffler to support my 370whp S54 this would be on my list.
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