2004 E46 325ti - Does anyone make a decent exhaust for my car??

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  1. 2004 E46 325ti - Does anyone make a decent exhaust for my car?? 
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    Other than Eisenmann which is out of my budget does anyone know a good exhaust manufacturer who make a bolt on system for the 325ti???

    I've checked all the regulars like Scorpion, Milltek, Remus, Blueflame etc... None do anything for my car?!?

    I don't want any Longlife/Powerflow weld on stuff, only interested in bolt on fitment exhausts made for the car

    Any info or advice would be muchly appreciated
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    They custom make exhausts there do it to how you want it to look / sound ...
     
     

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    Weld on though mate... I want an exhaust that's designed and manufacturered for my car..

    Not one that's a universal exhaust thats bent and baffled to fit my car, longlife/powerflow aren't bad but I personally don't want them..
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    Lowered 50/40 on Weitec springs
    18" staggered BBS RS-GTs

    Pioneer MVH-8200
    Focal Polyglass 5.25" 130VB components
    Alpine MRP-M650 Monoblock with Alpine Type R 10"
     
     

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    try these as they are gods of fabrication exhaust wise but pricey but quality is second to none and they will custom build one for you

    http://www.haywardandscott.com/

    or this

    http://www.motorsportworld.co.uk/qui...sp?qcode=3HE1C

    or try cobra exhaust by exhaust uk-have used these in the past and very good and looks like fabricating might be your only option price wise

    http://www.exhaustsuk.com/
     
     

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    I've looked at supersprint stuff before, it's extortionate though.. I'd be inclined to pay a little extra and go for eisenmann before paying for supersprint I think..

    Will check out the other links though, thanks mate
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    18" staggered BBS RS-GTs

    Pioneer MVH-8200
    Focal Polyglass 5.25" 130VB components
    Alpine MRP-M650 Monoblock with Alpine Type R 10"
     
     

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    I would personally go for an Eissenmann, but like you say...ain't cheap. You tried Evolve Tuning?
     
     

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    I'd love an Eisenmann Neal but I really can't afford £700 just for a backbox right now!

    I haven't as yet but I will check them out now...

    http://www.haywardandscott.com/ = £840 for catback... not far off the price of eisenmann, they must be good!
    Last edited by baderlfc; 23-02-2011 at 16:13.
    E46 325ti Sport
    Lowered 50/40 on Weitec springs
    18" staggered BBS RS-GTs

    Pioneer MVH-8200
    Focal Polyglass 5.25" 130VB components
    Alpine MRP-M650 Monoblock with Alpine Type R 10"
     
     

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