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crusher
08-27-2003, 07:40 PM
My Rogue Engineering DMS Exhaust just arrived today and I just want to know who is interested in purchasing my slightly used 1999 e36 M3 exhaust. The previous owner had it replaced by the dealer I think about 65,000km so thats roughly 35,000+/-km of use. I will check later when I get home for the exact date. Please don't low ball me and I will not ship, local pickup only. PM me or post for your offers.

Jeff

crusher
08-27-2003, 07:50 PM
I also have my stock 99' e36 M3 Intake for sale. ~ Make an offer!

Also my M3 stress bar that got replaced by my xbrace. ~ Make an offer!

A set of e36 m3 fog light bulbs. ~ Make an offer!

A set of e36 H1 head light bulbs comes outer on the headlight. ~ Make an offer!

2 x blue belts with BMW logo that wraps around the seat belts. ~ 10CND

1 x less than 1000km used Stock e36 air filter. I will give u the other used one hehehe it's a little bit dirty ~ Make an offer!

1 x K&N Air filter still oiled, I used it on the M3 for 1 month before I got my ECIS Intake. Nice growl and safe mod? Will let go for ~ $20CND

All proceeds will go to my student loan payment!! ;)

Thank you
Jeff

Soldo
08-27-2003, 07:51 PM
Just outta curiousity, will that give my 325 engine ANY performance, if so i may be interested!

crusher
08-27-2003, 07:52 PM
Originally posted by SOLDOMATIC 325i
Just outta curiousity, will that give my 325 engine ANY performance, if so i may be interested!

SOLDOMATIC.. I am not sure entirely if it will give you any performance whatsoever. But, from what I hear its a step up from your stock exhaust and should bolt-on right away? Can anyone confirm this?

Jon@Bimmersport
08-27-2003, 09:22 PM
ya the M3 exhaust bolts on, adds maybe a nicer tone but not a noticable difference in power..

crusher
08-27-2003, 11:01 PM
OK it was installed at 76128km and im now on 94100km..

THATS LIKE MOTHER FREAKIN 17972km PPL!!!! hehehhe sorry just had to do that i'm too excited with my new mod ;) :)

Soldo
08-28-2003, 03:45 AM
Damn, sorry man, i need something with a bit more performance, i don't care too much for the sound, but hows the new one sound on yours?!

crusher
08-28-2003, 04:39 AM
it's sick hehe i'll post a vid when ken comes back later this week :)

330DTM
08-28-2003, 04:58 AM
Originally posted by SOLDOMATIC 325i
Damn, sorry man, i need something with a bit more performance, i don't care too much for the sound, but hows the new one sound on yours?!

Kevin to tell you the truth, the M3 exhaust sounds similar to Nelson's Racing Dynamics. Only that the M3 OEM lacks the slighly deeper down at the low-end ranage that RD has.

It's a direct bolt on and and I don't think you'll get any performance gains from it. Then again for any other exhaust you get, although they say there are gains, it's not a big difference on NA cars. It's not like it's going to shave your time off at the auto-x or track sessions the circuit or drag strip. hehe, yes i know you already know this.:D

According to European Car's website with some sound clips of the exhaust shootout, the rouge sounds deeper and louder than the OEM. Let's just say it's somewhere inbetween an AA exhaust and B&B Triflow. I personally think Rouge Engineering's exhaust sounds similar to UUC's.

Soldo
08-28-2003, 05:22 AM
MIKE.......i already KNOW THAT!!
lol
ya i heard that the M3 exhaust has like a VARIABLE airflow in it, like a second pipe opens up to let out more exhaust, i dunno something like that!
can you explain this?!

KennyTheGreat
08-28-2003, 05:42 AM
Originally posted by SOLDOMATIC 325i
MIKE.......i already KNOW THAT!!
lol
ya i heard that the M3 exhaust has like a VARIABLE airflow in it, like a second pipe opens up to let out more exhaust, i dunno something like that!
can you explain this?!


get a straight pipe and some fake cats ;)

btw,

Jeff's new exhaust sounds amazing...

crusher
08-28-2003, 01:46 PM
Originally posted by KennyTheGreat
get a straight pipe and some fake cats ;)

btw,

Jeff's new exhaust sounds amazing...

Thanks Ken! and thanks for the help on installing that monster lol. We should have used WD40 first on the bolts :P

330DTM
08-29-2003, 02:56 AM
Originally posted by SOLDOMATIC 325i
MIKE.......i already KNOW THAT!!
lol
ya i heard that the M3 exhaust has like a VARIABLE airflow in it, like a second pipe opens up to let out more exhaust, i dunno something like that!
can you explain this?!

Actually the exhaust you're talking about is on the e36 328's.
There's a baffle plate on the right side of the exhaust tip which opens at around 3500rpm + and closes below that rpm range.

I used to unplug the vaccum tube which controls the opening of the baffle plate because it gives a nicer deeper tone at the lower rpm range where the plate is usually closed. hehe.

Soldo
08-29-2003, 03:48 AM
Originally posted by 328DTM
Actually the exhaust you're talking about is on the e36 328's.
There's a baffle plate on the right side of the exhaust tip which opens at around 3500rpm + and closes below that rpm range.

I used to unplug the vaccum tube which controls the opening of the baffle plate because it gives a nicer deeper tone at the lower rpm range where the plate is usually closed. hehe.
AHHH, ok, see i knew it was on A BMW, just wasn't sure which one!
So what it was ONLY on the 328's?!?! Why wouldn't the M's come with it also?!

330DTM
08-29-2003, 02:41 PM
Originally posted by SOLDOMATIC 325i
AHHH, ok, see i knew it was on A BMW, just wasn't sure which one!
So what it was ONLY on the 328's?!?! Why wouldn't the M's come with it also?!

From what I was told, I think they had the baffle plate installed for emisssion reasons and to reduce back presssure when it's closed, not 100% sure on the latter point.

Either way I don't like it, heh.

I think one of the Maxima's even had this feature but don't know which generation.

Soldo
08-29-2003, 04:20 PM
Ya, the new SE-R sentras had this as well!