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07-28-2002, 12:08 AM
Recently I had a chance to check out the Hamann exhaust (also made by Supersprint)at Wheel Power in Huntington Beach, CA. I noticed that the inside of the tips have a tapered insert to the actual exhaust outlet. I was wondering, for those who have it, if the SS has the same tapered insert. From the past pic's that have been posted it looks as if the exhaust outlet just floats withing the tips. Can anyone verify this.


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07-28-2002, 12:13 AM
the ultimate exhaust continues I see huh david?

07-28-2002, 12:21 AM

07-28-2002, 01:08 AM
but haven't check it out in person... I just picked up a used one tho so I'm going to be selling my Eisenmann w/76mm tips if anyone's interested. :)

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07-28-2002, 01:37 AM
... I like the look of the supersprint staggered tips as well as some of the sound clips I've seen which has the SS keeping a little more of the M3 rasp and a higher exhaust note.

But the flush Eisenmann tips are nice too, exhaust note is definitely lower and louder. I believe I have the high performance version... sounded very similar to the race version at the last meet but the insides of my tailpipes are tapered.

If money was no concerned I'd probably get the Tubi :)

07-28-2002, 01:46 AM
exhausts at a SoCal meet just to see the differences. I'm happy with my stock exhaust since it mellowed-out somewhat after 6k miles or so.

07-28-2002, 01:48 AM
...both are lighter than stock with a few HP gains (at least reported via dyno). SOP however, you probably won't notice the difference much on the street as say you would with lighter wheels.

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