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    Ok, I know there are many threads about individual set ups, but I'm after a replacement back box to beef up the sound of the car. My local stockist, large company with a good rep stocks:

    Millteck
    Scorpion
    Piper
    Blitz
    Remus
    Sebring
    Supersprint

    I'm just on you tube with the head phones in listening to vids. I'm also after quad pipes!

    Any experiences or opinions about the above manufacturers?
     
     

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    Just out of interest does both outlets work. After some advice on here I found the flap was stuck closed in the one pipe, fixed now and gives a better sound.
     
     

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    remus and scorpion regularly feature in bmw magzines mate....so must be doin sumthn rite
     
     

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    Actually, I have a question on this front - my back box and centre box seem to be one piece - is that normal. The first break in the exhaust is infront of the centre box??
     
     

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    I had a full milltek system on my old mk2 Golf Gti. I would definitely get one again, they are good quality, it fitted perfectly and it wasnt too loud on my golf which is what i wanted it just gave it a nice low rumble.

    http://www.millteksport.co.uk/exhaus...m?variantid=38

    Supersprint seem to have a good reputation too but arnt they made from mild steel?

    As for the rear and centre box being one piece i think thats normal, mine is the same. With the milltek system for the 330ci you have to cut the old exhaust to fit the new one, i dont know if thats the same with all aftermarket exhausts?
     
     

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