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      01-25-2013, 11:15 AM   #12
stealth.pilot
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Originally Posted by mwlmd View Post
Did you keep your stock exhaust? Is it hard to go back to stock from the Eisenmann sport? It would seem that welding the eom rear section back together would have very little tolerance for tip adjustment.

Has anyone done this yet successfully?

Is your sport exhaust too quiet? Do you wish it was a little louder?
I have kept the stock exhaust. I don't know how it would be to weld back on, but I don't think it should be an issue - will be back to normal OEM. It's not like you lose a section of pipe - the cut was sharp and clean.

I like the 90mm Sport. It sounds really very good. Little louder would be good when driving alone, but on the other hand it would be out of character with the car, unless you could turn it off. The Sport sounds great and people like the way the car sounds.

I think 90mm Eisenmann Sport is the ideal choice for this car. This should have been the OEM exhaust. It is everything I expect of an M5.
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2014 ///M5 Individual Frozen Grey, Silverstone Full Merino, Piano Black, Exec Pkg, Drivers assistance plus, LED Pkg, Bang and Olufsen, 20" 343M Forged Alloy Wheels
Countermeasures: Bel StiR+, Laser Interceptor Quad HP, Zaon MRX
Upgrades: Eisenmann Sport with M Performance Carbon tips, Dinan anti-roll bars
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