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      06-12-2012, 11:25 AM   #1
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Vorsteiner Exhaust Sound Clip

I thought I should post here as well, as I already posted it in the vendors section, belongs here more. I found it in You Tube. Till now that's all the sound we have about this exhaust and I think it is quite different than the most others:



Other info I gathered which was new for me; those huge titanium tips are 90 mm. diameter (stocks are 76 mm.) and it (still) fits with stock difusor as well as their own they say. It is a full catback exhaust (no need for aftermarket mids). The price is right there in the middle of a let's say on one side Evolve-Supersprint, Eisenmann or Remus and on the top end Akra. Quite more expensive than the first bunch which are all good. And they have two options: full titanium (very expensive like Akra) or stainless steel with (the exact same) titanium tips.
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Should have more to judge. Sounds promising but i would like to hear it drive.
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The price is right there in the middle of a let's say on one side Evolve-Supersprint, Eisenmann or Remus and on the top end Akra. Quite more expensive than the first bunch which are all good. And they have two options: full titanium (very expensive like Akra) or stainless steel with (the exact same) titanium tips.
Look around you will be surprised to find the Akra priced comparably or maybe better. What I paid for my titanium Akra is similar to what others paid for a stainless Meisterchaft.

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Should have more to judge. Sounds promising but i would like to hear it drive.
I asked that but they didnt want to drive it because its for sale and they want to keep the miles at a minimum.
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[quote=Papethova;12146161]Look around you will be surprised to find the Akra priced comparably or maybe better. What I paid for my titanium Akra is similar to what others paid for a stainless Meisterchaft.

Papethova, could you kindly PM me with the price you managed for your Akra and from which vendor. I am seriously considering the Vorsteiner exhaust, so I better have a full idea whether the price offer I have is competitive or not before I seal the deal.
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