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      01-29-2013, 12:15 AM   #1
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Eisenmann race sound difference

Hi all,

New guy here. First, I apologize if this has been already asked... If so, if you don't mind, please direct me to the proper thread where this is discussed.

I'm looking at Eisenmann 90mm muffler with center pipes. My question is, what is the sound difference with or without the center pipes for this system?

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Hey Jiunn

The Eisenmann center pipes remove the OEM resonators so the sound will be much more aggressive. I recommend trying out the rear section first to see how you like the tone since you can always upgrade later on.

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Thank you very much Nate! I will try to find this exact set and have a live listen.

btw - awesome information and videos you post up on this forum. I dig it
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Hey Jiunn

The Eisenmann center pipes remove the OEM resonators so the sound will be much more aggressive. I recommend trying out the rear section first to see how you like the tone since you can always upgrade later on.

Center pipes-
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This is what I have and suggested too. I think the race and center will be too loud based on our discussions.
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The muffler only option also seems to retain the stock pops, farts and burbles - which I really like.
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The muffler only option also seems to retain the stock pops, farts and burbles - which I really like.
the pops farts and burbles do not go away with the midpipes..
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