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Old 07-11-2011, 05:13 PM   #1
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Aftermarket exhaust for E36 328i sedan

Hey guys,

Just picked up a 328i sedan this past weekend and am new to the BMW scene – wondering what the best route is for exhaust.

I spoke to a guy over the weekend at a drift day at Shannonville (he was drifting an E30 325i with the engine from an E36 325) and he said the best bet was to get a shop to make a custom exhaust setup, basically just a straight pipe all the way down since the stock has a lot of bends.

Wondering if that's a good idea, or if I should buy one from a reputable company, e.g. Eisenman.

I want something that sounds good (and pretty loud), and increases power.
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