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Old 07-19-2008, 09:49 PM   #1
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Ok so i just bought a 97 black 318ti and the only thing i really can afford to do with it right now is installing a new exhaust. I really don't want to be too ergonomic with it, basically want it as loud as it can be and stay legal... I also don't want it to sound like a ricer, i'd prefer a sporty sound! Any ideas?? Thanks -John
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Legal and loud? I don't know.

Loud I'd go with Brosal <sp?>
Sweet I'd go with Supersprint.
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ok thanks does Brosal make any certain exhausts that are for the 318?
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oh and i think its Bosal???
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yeah, most people on here are doing the Bosal Brospeed i think
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Alright thanks... Any idea how many horses that would add?
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i dont think much, exhaust and intake dont do much for the m44s, but it does add a little
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Ok thanks that is very helpful... I just bought the car and really don't know much about it yet... oh another question... any idea about speaker size? the front ones are crappy and have a rattle to them, and the rear ones are completely blown
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fronts are normal 5 1/2s
rears are special to bmw, but there are ways around it:
http://318ti.org/forum/showthread.php?t=4541
thats one way
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Oh man that thread will be very helpful thanks a lot
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no problem, oh and dont quote e on the 5 1/2, but they are 5 somethings, im just not sure exact size
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ok i just found a site that said the 4" MB-Quart stealth mount speaker would fit in the rear... any idea on that?
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in the write-up they say the MB quartz size 4t fits
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oh, and heres a tip about bmws, if its plastic, and you dont need to touch it, dont haha their plastic is known for breaking frequently
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yeah, most people on here are doing the Bosal Brospeed i think
the brospeed has actually been discontinued as a cat-back for the 318ti, a member on here (pnosker) is selling his I believe, but there are a couple people who have already called dibs on it
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