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    Default Eisenmann Exhaust Video

    I've found my old exhaust video clips and put em together in one video
    For some reason the sound is delayed a few seconds (google fault)
    Eisenmann 83mm (race v) Hi-flow cats no resonator
    enjoy!
    http://video.google.com/videoplay?do...layable%3Atrue
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    cool vid, did you sell that thing or what?

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    its loud!!!

    kinda cool sounding in the tunnel.
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    Heh. I just came back from: http://www.m5board.com/vbulletin/showthread.php?t=64623 and noticed the same thread from you here...
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    Quote Originally Posted by kyleN20
    cool vid, did you sell that thing or what?
    No I did't, no go with the euro M5 deal
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    Cool thanks. I am getting the Eisenman sport. I would not have hi flow cats, would have a resonator, and would not have an M5 so I am assuming it would be about 50% that loud. I love the growl.
    Dinan chip, Bilstein sports w H&R, RD sways, RD strut brace, 750 bushings, Zimmermans/MetalMasters, O.E. M Pars, Eisenmann muffler

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gayle
    Cool thanks. I am getting the Eisenman sport. I would not have hi flow cats, would have a resonator, and would not have an M5 so I am assuming it would be about 50% that loud. I love the growl.
    If you want 50% that loud, then resonator has to go.
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    Great. I know my neighbors are glad my Eisenmann doesn't sound like that. Wow, M5 Race with hi flow cats and no resonator. My muffler guy wanted to install my meek sounding Sport without the resonator. Hmmm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by krzysiom5
    If you want 50% that loud, then resonator has to go.

    What my trusted friends on this board tell me is that the resonator has to stay on my 535 and I believe them. Less than 50% as loud would be even better. I am in it for the tone, not the volume.
    Dinan chip, Bilstein sports w H&R, RD sways, RD strut brace, 750 bushings, Zimmermans/MetalMasters, O.E. M Pars, Eisenmann muffler

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    I am in it for the performance. Hi flow cats, B&B M5 catback whcih seemingly has no resonator =

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