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      06-10-2019, 11:31 AM   #23
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Make sure they are 73-76mm inlet with no more than 89mm outlet.
If you buy from Kemir Carbon they know exactly the size the M5 requires.

I know you wont buy any as they are too flashy for your taste
just received a reply back from Kemir Carbon and they are stating 68.5-92-130mm(inlet-outlet-total lenth).

Did you get yours from them?
thought I needed slightly bigger inlet as stated of around 74mm.
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Make sure they are 73-76mm inlet with no more than 89mm outlet.
If you buy from Kemir Carbon they know exactly the size the M5 requires.

I know you wont buy any as they are too flashy for your taste
just received a reply back from Kemir Carbon and they are stating 68.5-92-130mm(inlet-outlet-total lenth).

Did you get yours from them?
thought I needed slightly bigger inlet as stated of around 74mm.
Yes from them

Spoke with a lady called Rechel or similar
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      06-10-2019, 12:35 PM   #25
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Holding one of my two tips and measurement is 74mm in which fits over the pipe nicely, anything less will be a struggle, the M5 pipe inlet on car is 71mm so 68.5 stated by that woman is wrong.
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just received a reply back from Kemir Carbon and they are stating 68.5-92-130mm(inlet-outlet-total lenth).

Did you get yours from them?
thought I needed slightly bigger inlet as stated of around 74mm.
Look above.
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just received a reply back from Kemir Carbon and they are stating 68.5-92-130mm(inlet-outlet-total lenth).

Did you get yours from them?
thought I needed slightly bigger inlet as stated of around 74mm.
Look above.
I will go back to her
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just spoke with helen from that alibaba seller and yes 67mm or 68.5mm are the choices they are giving me. I measured my competition exhaust bare tips and the outer tip is 67.5 and inner is 67mm. So now i dont know which one to buy.
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just spoke with helen from that alibaba seller and yes 67mm or 68.5mm are the choices they are giving me. I measured my competition exhaust bare tips and the outer tip is 67.5 and inner is 67mm. So now i dont know which one to buy.
That's who emailed me back with the info,
which fits with your measurements and 68.5 will be perfect for you.
my old tips are still on so unable to measure.
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That's who emailed me back with the info,
which fits with your measurements and 68.5 will be perfect for you.
my old tips are still on so unable to measure.
how do i tell if my M5 comes with a Mperformance exhaust or regular M exhaust? Was the Mperformace exhaust made by akrapovic? Thats what theyre claiming.
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i know i have the competition package on my M. Does the exhaust differ from other M5's?
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That's who emailed me back with the info,
which fits with your measurements and 68.5 will be perfect for you.
my old tips are still on so unable to measure.
Ok,so it appears that the Competition pack pipes have a smaller outlet than our non CP packs which is unusual and why that woman is quoting smaller inlets for a CP.
For our non CP cars the exhaust inlet on the new exhaust tips remains at 74mm.
Try to take one of your old tips off spraying wd 40 and tapping using high grip rubber gloves twisting the old tips getting them off.There are no screws holding them in it's just pressure fit.
Satisfy yourself by measuring bare exhaust outlet on car, mine measures 71mm.
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i know i have the competition package on my M. Does the exhaust differ from other M5's?
Tell us the diameter in mm of one of your bare exhaust outlets.
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Ok,so it appears that the Competition pack pipes have a smaller outlet than our non CP packs which is unusual and why that woman is quoting smaller inlets for a CP.
For our non CP cars the exhaust inlet on the new exhaust tips remains at 74mm.
Try to take one of your old tips off spraying wd 40 and tapping using high grip rubber gloves twisting the old tips getting them off.There are no screws holding them in it's just pressure fit.
Satisfy yourself by measuring bare exhaust outlet on car, mine measures 71mm.

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just spoke with helen from that alibaba seller and yes 67mm or 68.5mm are the choices they are giving me. I measured my competition exhaust bare tips and the outer tip is 67.5 and inner is 67mm. So now i dont know which one to buy.

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Tell us the diameter in mm of one of your bare exhaust outlets.
Bare tips measure 67.5mm (outer) 67mm (inner)
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Bare tips measure 67.5mm (outer) 67mm (inner)
Thank you and that explains it.Two different measurements for CP and non CP bare pipe outlets, so as we all know now.
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Thank you and that explains it.Two different measurements for CP and non CP bare pipe outlets, so as we all know now.
isn't that crazy CP has smaller outlets than non-CP?? haha

now what tips should i buy, the 67mm or 68.5mm?
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so they don't do the correct size for the non CP!
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isn't that crazy CP has smaller outlets than non-CP?? haha

now what tips should i buy, the 67mm or 68.5mm?
70-71 inlet for easier fit, lower could be tight.
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70-71 inlet for easier fit, lower could be tight.
agreed!! thanks guys
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just got confo back from Helen and the largest inlet they make is 68.5 .
She said nobody has ever said they didn't fit...
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just got confo back from Helen and the largest inlet they make is 68.5 .
She said knobody has ever said they didn't fit...
The only way a 68.5 tip would go in the M5 exhaust is with it inside
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