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      05-13-2010, 12:29 PM   #1
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WSTO - Supersprint Exhaust for 1 Series




WheelSTO is proud to offer to the 1Addict the full line of Supersprint Exhausts and exhaust components. Supersprint offers a great line of products that are designed and build with the highest quality in mind. You cannot go wrong with purchasing a supersprint exhaust that has been a leading manufacturer of exhaust systems and headers in the BMW market.

Super Sprint Exhaust system for 135i:
- Supersprint Muffler with Dual 80mm Round Tips for E82 135i

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- Supersprint Downpipe
- Supersprint Metallic Cat System for E82 135i
- Supersprint Front Connecting Pipe (Cat Delete)
- Supersprint Resonator
- Supersprint Connecting Pipes

Here is what the system looks like.

Supersprint rear Exhaust system


Supersprint Downpipe


Supersprint Metallic Cat System


Supersprint Front Connecting Pipe (Cat Delete)


Supersprint Resonator


Supersprint Connecting Pipes (non-resonated)


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Comparison of Stock 135i exhaust and Supersprint

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      05-14-2010, 04:38 AM   #2
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Ooh, ooh! How much?! Can I run the downpipes, metallic cat system, and axleback without a resonator? I have the BMW Performance exhaust which is their exhaust without the resonator and I am looking for that extra bit of sound from my exhaust. Will you be posting sound clips in the near future? By the way thanks for posting this, this is great stuff!!!
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      05-14-2010, 09:30 AM   #3
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+1 on sound clips.

A side shot would be good too. Looks like the tips are nice and flush with the diffuser.
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      05-14-2010, 11:03 AM   #4
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Ooh, ooh! How much?! Can I run the downpipes, metallic cat system, and axleback without a resonator? I have the BMW Performance exhaust which is their exhaust without the resonator and I am looking for that extra bit of sound from my exhaust. Will you be posting sound clips in the near future? By the way thanks for posting this, this is great stuff!!!
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+1 on sound clips.

A side shot would be good too. Looks like the tips are nice and flush with the diffuser.
Here is a soundclip, we are working on finding a side shot of the exhaust
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      05-25-2010, 02:42 PM   #5
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      05-26-2010, 12:09 PM   #6
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So are these like built to order exhausts as in you configure it to your own liking or is this a full system?
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      05-26-2010, 02:01 PM   #7
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Pm me for catless with resonator, just mids
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So are these like built to order exhausts as in you configure it to your own liking or is this a full system?
you can configure any way you'd like.
the parts are sold separately.

With supersprint, many parts are in stock in the US warehouse.
If not, they are in stock in Italy and usually take 2~3 weeks for delivery.

we personally like the non-resonated set up without the secondary cats.

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Pm me for catless with resonator, just mids
sure thing. PM Sent!

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      05-27-2010, 08:40 PM   #9
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Hi Julius,
I was wondering if you could Assist. I am from Australia and currently have a stock exhaust, although I do have the Arqray Quad Exhaust tips. The Super Sprint looks like quality items and I would like to pair them up with what I currently have. Please advise me if this is correct. To complete the system I need the (Downpipes, Super Sprint Metallic Cat System, Non Resonated connecting pipes) to bolt up to the Arqray system? This way I want to keep the car legal and on the road by having the Cats but increasing the note with the non resonated section.

Sorry if that sounds confusing.

Just so I understand the stock system better, the current Cats in the stock system are located After the downpipes?
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      08-06-2010, 03:19 PM   #10
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Hi Julius,
I was wondering if you could Assist. I am from Australia and currently have a stock exhaust, although I do have the Arqray Quad Exhaust tips. The Super Sprint looks like quality items and I would like to pair them up with what I currently have. Please advise me if this is correct. To complete the system I need the (Downpipes, Super Sprint Metallic Cat System, Non Resonated connecting pipes) to bolt up to the Arqray system? This way I want to keep the car legal and on the road by having the Cats but increasing the note with the non resonated section.

Sorry if that sounds confusing.

Just so I understand the stock system better, the current Cats in the stock system are located After the downpipes?

Yes, you would need the downpipes, metallic cat system, and non resonated connecting pipes. The oem setup has cats in the downpipes AND right after the downpipes. The metallic cat system replaces the secondary cats.
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      08-07-2010, 11:55 AM   #11
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this is a killer exhaust setup, WAY too expensive for my taste though
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do the midpipe cats allow you to pass inspection or are they mearly for a smell reduction?
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this is a killer exhaust setup, WAY too expensive for my taste though
this is definitely a great set up. If you are looking for a full set up that is fo good quality and a little easier on the wallet, give us a call.

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do the midpipe cats allow you to pass inspection or are they mearly for a smell reduction?
the secondary cats are not OBD compliant and as far as I know, will not affect the emissions inspection unless they do a probe test. I believe all the new cars go through the OBD for testing.

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The rear Axle back works with on the N55 engine as well. the front pipes have not been confirmed.
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Just out of curiosity, can you PM me a price for the muffler section?
Wondering how it compares to the MadDad and the BMW PE.

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PM'd thanks!

Take advantage of the aggressive discounts on Super Sprint exhaust for the 135i!
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      08-31-2010, 06:37 PM   #21
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Will there ever be a Supersprint system for the 128i? I had their exhaust on my 318is, Z3 Roadster and 2002 MINI Cooper. All three were long lifed exhausts, very high quality with nice, deep notes that sounded great, not boy racerish. They were all in the $495 to $795 price range, but that was for then cat-back section only. This could be an interesting alternative to the BMW Performance exhaust.
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Will there ever be a Supersprint system for the 128i? I had their exhaust on my 318is, Z3 Roadster and 2002 MINI Cooper. All three were long lifed exhausts, very high quality with nice, deep notes that sounded great, not boy racerish. They were all in the $495 to $795 price range, but that was for then cat-back section only. This could be an interesting alternative to the BMW Performance exhaust.
unfortunately, the Supersprint system is a 135i only system.
however, we do have the Bastuck exhaust that works on the 128i.
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