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Old 03-26-2006, 08:07 PM   #1
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Thumbs up Exhaust sound/video clips section

A sticky would be nice!

This thread should be a good tool for people trying to make exhaust buying decisions based on performance, looks, sound, and budget. I'll be the first to make my contribution. This is a clip of my new custom made Remus Future twin tip exhaust rear section. I choose Remus becuase of it's signature sound of deep agressive tones. Now I know that Remus makes a system for the 318ti, but they dont offer the style muffler that I wanted, so I went ahead a bought the muffler seperately for a similar sized engine and took it to a well know muffler shop here in MA (Lou's Custom Exhaust). The result make me smile everytime I turn the key. I will add pics to my gallery!

Enjoy!

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Ok here is my contribution. Flowmaster 40 series no catalytic converter. I chose this combo because it was cheap, I live in Indiana, and I kind of did both on a whim. Sound is pretty raspy with out the catalytic converter. It was much more mellow. I think this video will give you an idea what it sounds like. Right click save as or stream.

I have one on streetfire. Search for 318ti. It won't let me search right now.

http://arcowling.iweb.bsu.edu/snowmovie.mpg
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http://arcowling.iweb.bsu.edu/snowmovienotraction.mpg
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Old 03-26-2006, 10:14 PM   #5
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Sounds good. What's it like on the freeway?
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Sounds good. What's it like on the freeway?
It's a very civilized sound, no in cabin noise. But when you stomp on the gas, you defitnetly here it as you can tell from the video.
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Old 03-26-2006, 11:49 PM   #7
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Yeah that sounds really nice Juni. Lou's custon exhaust is a good place,they do a nice job there. Two of my friends have 05 dodge rams with exhausts done there and my friends 01 gt.
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ill record the sound of my muffler today, i just did one with the silencer on, ill put both with and without silencer. Give me about 10-15 mins.
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It doesn't need park distance control, and hates decadence. It is musclepacked, yet lightly wound. It lets you feel the asphalt and get you going with the smallest touch of the pedal. It provokes, seduces, and demands to be driven hard. It looks, sounds, and smells like performance.
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Old 03-27-2006, 12:33 AM   #9
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Cool Post Ur Exhaust!

Whats up guys, well i was thinking, if you have your exhaust sound recorded, PUT THEM HERE. Ill post mine, 2 different videos.

First Video - Exhaust with my silencer put on - http://media.putfile.com/Muffler-Sound-W-Silencer


Second Video- Exhaust without the silencer on - http://media.putfile.com/Muffler-without-Silencer

Of coarse, i like driving without the silencer, but ive been pulled over 3x for modified exhaust. I dont like the buzzy sound from the silencer, sounds like i got bees with me and sounda sorta civicish.

Sorry if load time takes a lil long. If you got DSL, there would be no problem. Maybe like 30-60 seconds to load. If anyone knows where it would be posted up faster let me know.

Everyone else, post your clips here.
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This goes back to my suggestion about getting all the mods properly organized. Sound, video, links and pictures can be associated with a specific modification.

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This thread should be a good tool for people trying to make exhaust buying decisions based on performance, looks, sound, and budget. I'll be the first to make my contribution.
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i'm wondering if we can put them into the knowledgebase article on exhausts. to me, that's the right place i'll check with steven when he's back.
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Yeah that sounds really nice Juni. Lou's custon exhaust is a good place,they do a nice job there. Two of my friends have 05 dodge rams with exhausts done there and my friends 01 gt.
Thanks for the compliment! The sound should get better once it gets broken in. And yea, I love Lou's......I've had at least 3 of my cars done by Lou's. Actually, when I just went to get mine put on, there was an 01 E46 M3 getting a supersprint exhaust put on! Sounded mean, but back to my story, the owner of that specific Lou's in Medford, was trying to sell a 95 325is parts car for $2000. It only has 30,000 on the clock and its a five speed! Black on black, if only it werent OBD-I i would probably get it for the swap.
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Thumbs up Very nice!

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A sticky would be nice!

This thread should be a good tool for people trying to make exhaust buying decisions based on performance, looks, sound, and budget. I'll be the first to make my contribution. This is a clip of my new custom made Remus Future twin tip exhaust rear section. I choose Remus becuase of it's signature sound of deep agressive tones. Now I know that Remus makes a system for the 318ti, but they dont offer the style muffler that I wanted, so I went ahead a bought the muffler seperately for a similar sized engine and took it to a well know muffler shop here in MA (Lou's Custom Exhaust). The result make me smile everytime I turn the key. I will add pics to my gallery!

Enjoy!

Click here to see Video
Sounds very nice and civilized!
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Sounds very nice and civilized!
Thank you sir! The sound should only get better after the muffler fully breaks in, when it does, then I will post another clip.
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