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      12-14-2012, 11:18 AM   #23
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I am not trying to start an e-argument, but there is a benefit of running a huge coffee can muffler on turbo vehicles. More airflow, which helps the turbo breath better, more free flowing exhaust.

It's true, you can run a 3inch exhaust with a normal sized muffler, and still have the same benefits, but some people prefer the coffee can muffler look (I use to drive a WRX). I agree, only Japanese cars should have the coffee can muffler style exhaust, but if someone whom drive a BMW wants that look, let them do what they want, after all, it's there car.

This is true, some people claim that my Mustang Dyno numbers are not accurate but the only thing different that I can see that are different then most typical setup is my exhaust... so go figure...

BTW my numbers are 417whp/ and 480tq no meth only bolt ons..

Then again my 6 puck clutch and chattering flywheel will also scare most BMW drivers off.. LOL
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      12-14-2012, 11:22 AM   #24
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You mean this..?



I think with the correct fitment they can look fine
Its a shame that ricers kill the look of function when they try to mimic.. some people will see "fart can" "shopping cart wing"

I see free flowing exhaust on a car that needs it and a wing that keeps the back end down. Well at least I sure as hell need that thing at 160+ mph I've experienced first hand what it feels to have the ass of you car swinging around at high speeds.. which most all of the haters probably have not.

oh... this E90 is BAD ASS! =)
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I like the look of this muffler delete setup.
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