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      12-10-2011, 09:45 AM   #23
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WoW! How did I miss this thread! Well... Here is my contribution…

1M’s seen at Essen Motor Show…









SuperSprint exhaust...



















Lightweight Auspuffanlagen

http://www.lightweight-titanauspuffa.../bmw_m3_46.htm


















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BBS wheels... MMmmmm...




CF wrap also on valence…

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Boy the exhaust gods sure threw up all over the 1M, didn't they? I think there is already more exhaust options for the 1M than for the 135i right now.


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Lightweight Titanauspuffanlagen
Full downpipe and rear section (bolt-on flange)
Made in Germany

http://www.lightweight-titanauspuffa...ent/bmw_m1.htm

Would love to see the confused look on people's faces when they try to pronounce that, lol.
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God, those wheels on the Remus car are ugly! (so are the dark back lights)
Makes the car look cheap.
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      12-19-2011, 05:24 PM   #27
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Remus Titanium

Remus Stainless or Titanium
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My Remus Sport Exhaust has arrived and IMHO it looks amazing. The quality is excellent and I am sure the fit as well.I can confirm that the system includes a flange to attach to the OEM mid-pipes and is bolt-on (no cutting required). Still waiting for the Remus Racing mid-pipes since they are back-ordered. Now I just have to find a good shop in Boston to do the installation...

Special thanks to Jason @ **********s and Duffy @ Remus USA for making it happen so quickly (and at such great price).

Without further ado, a few pictures for all of you to enjoy!!!























Will post pictures and video once the system is installed...

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Had the exhaust installed yesterday and managed to get some pics and video comparing the stock vs. the Remus Street Race.

On the drive home it was quieter than the stock at both low and high rpm's except when you step on the gas hard, then it becomes beastly!!! I didn't notice any drone but I couldn't hear/feel it on the stock exhaust either...

I went for a ride today and it seems to be opening up as the miles pile up. It definitely has a deeper tone than stock and growls and gargles more as well. At higher revs it is pretty civilized but makes an amazing sound. However, when you are at low rpm's and go WOT the sound from the exhaust is just unbelievable IMHO. I saw a ton of people turning around and staring in awe when they heard the car around town; they seemed terrified yet curious...

Special thanks to Marco and the rest of the crew @ Turner Motorsports for the perfect installation on such short notice and for letting me sneak into the garage to snap a few photos.

Without further ado, video and a few pictures for all of you to enjoy!!!





















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Akrapovic E82 1M weight

Rear titanium canister with tips= 19.5lbs


Akrapovic E82 1M Connecting pipe = 4.0lbs


Akrapovic E82 1M center section = 8.5lbs


E82 1M Akrapovic front bolt-on section = 5.5lbs


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^^^^^^ I don't think that will fit in my stocking!
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^^^^^^ I don't think that will fit in my stockings!
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Depends how big your legs are, sorry bad humour
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      12-22-2011, 06:04 PM   #31
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Eisenmann E82 1M Rear section vs. Full system

Both systems are 100% bolt-on with no cutting.

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Has anyone measured the piping diameter of the various systems yet?
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Has anyone measured the piping diameter of the various systems yet?
Rear muffler to center muffler pipe

OD - 77mm
ID - 75mm

Center Muffler to down pipe flange

OD - 64mm
ID - 61mm
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Rear muffler to center muffler pipe

OD - 77mm
ID - 75mm

Center Muffler to down pipe flange

OD - 64mm
ID - 61mm
Thanks for the info. That's for the Eisenmann systems correct? Any idea how it compares to the Remus or other systems that are available?
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Thanks for the info. That's for the Eisenmann systems correct? Any idea how it compares to the Remus or other systems that are available?
Correct, that is for the Eisenmann. Unfortunately no. We also have Akrapovic systems here so I can have those measurements shortly. As far as the other systems are concerned we will try to get the information from the manufacturers.

I assume the majority of manufacturers will stay very close to stock OD and ID on all sections of pipe.
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Custom Performance Engineering (CP-E)

CAD Engineered
Full 304 Stainless construction
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64mm with 76mm tubing
Quad 83mm tips available in various finishes
Axle back, Quickpower mid pipes, or full cat back configuration
100% OEM compatibility
Made in the USA
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Nate! That looks loud
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Borla Prototype Axle Back Exhaust with Mad Dad Midpipe Dyno Results

I will update the Borla post right when the official system is released. New post made by HP Autowerks-

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The green and blue lines represents the 1M with stock mid-pipe and muffler. Black and red with Mad Dad mip-pipe and Borla prototype muffler. Max gain is about 15 hp and 15+ ft/lb. We can see most of the gains are in the mid to higher rpm range so we know the stock system is not bad in lower rpm with lower exhaust flow, but can be a bottleneck once the flow demand goes up.





Current mods are GIAC Stage 1, AFE Stage 2 closed intake and ER CP. ETC FMIC is next...We will then report back on the gains.


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BMW 1M Akrapovic Install - Evolution | Downpipes | Remote Kit Install

New Akrapovic 1M install photos & video by VAC-

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Hey guys, I missed the last few Akrapovic installs here at the shop, so I made sure to photograph this system. Nothing needs to be said really, we all know how amazing this system is. For those who want the absolute best Akrapovic is the choice.

This client went for the full Evolution system, downpipes and remote valve kit.


We were unable to get video on the road









































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CAD Engineered
Full 304 Stainless construction
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64mm with 76mm tubing
Quad 83mm tips available in various finishes
Axle back, Quickpower mid pipes, or full cat back configuration
100% OEM compatibility
Made in the USA
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Any more info you can provide me on this unit?
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Any possibility that someone can list the sound levels in dB comparing stock vs each aftermarket unit both in terms of sound level at startup, idle, and WOT?
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Here are the db levels for the eisenmann Sport and Race for the 1M. Sadly some exhaust manufactures don't even test the db levels at all.

Eisenmann downpipe back exhaust version SPORT (IM+RM):

Driving vehicle: 73 db
Stationary vehicle: 81 db

Back box only, version SPORT:

Driving vehicle: 73 db
Stationary vehicle: 81 db

Eisenmann downpipe back exhaust version RACE (SR+RM):

Driving vehicle: 82 db
Stationary vehicle: 90 db

Back box only, version RACE:

Driving vehicle: 78 db
Stationary vehicle: 85 db
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Here are the db levels for the eisenmann Sport and Race for the 1M. Sadly some exhaust manufactures don't even test the db levels at all.

Eisenmann downpipe back exhaust version SPORT (IM+RM):
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Driving vehicle: 73 db
Stationary vehicle: 81 db
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Back box only, version SPORT:
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Driving vehicle: 73 db
Stationary vehicle: 81 db
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Eisenmann downpipe back exhaust version RACE (SR+RM):
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Driving vehicle: 82 db
Stationary vehicle: 90 db
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Back box only, version RACE:
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Driving vehicle: 78 db
Stationary vehicle: 85 db
Nate, how does this compare to stock?
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The OE exhaust system has the same decibel levels as the Eisenmann Sport system. ECE homologation requires that any homologated and approved exhaust system have the same decibel output as the factory exhaust system. Eisenmann's Sport system modifies the sound and tone of the car drastically, but retains the factory volume output making it completely road legal in the US, as well.
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