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gregwminmmoregon
01-14-2005, 06:31 PM
Many of you know I have a Larini exhaust that I love. Well, Larini has redesigned the E46 M3 system. The new one has two seperate cans, 3" single wall tips vs. 3.5" rolled on the old. According to Bimmerworld it is lighter and slightly louder. It will be available in a few weeks.

I have no connection to Bimmerworld; I just like the Larini products. Contact james@bimmerworld.com for more info and tell him Greg Williams sent you.

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2001 M3 Coupe - Titanium/Cinnamon
Prem. Pkg., Xenon, CWP, adj. seat width, HK, Matte Chrome trim; RAC Monolite RG4 forged wheels (19x9, 10), Michelin PS2s 245/275, euro rotors, sst lines, GC Koni/Eibach coilovers/camber plates, Larini sst exhaust, ACS SSK w/ Z8 shift knob, ACS pedal covers/handbrake, OEM strut tower brace, '04 LEDs/trunk lights, V1 w/ hardwire & in-cluster remote display, euro front bumper cover, euro first aid kit & warning triangle, space saver spare, painted foglight rings, PIAA Xtreme Plus fogs, SilverVision front turns.
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hayaku
01-14-2005, 06:43 PM
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gregwminmmoregon
01-14-2005, 06:48 PM
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<B>Greg</B> Lake Oswego, Oregon
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2001 M3 Coupe - Titanium/Cinnamon
Prem. Pkg., Xenon, CWP, adj. seat width, HK, Matte Chrome trim; RAC Monolite RG4 forged wheels (19x9, 10), Michelin PS2s 245/275, euro rotors, sst lines, GC Koni/Eibach coilovers/camber plates, Larini sst exhaust, ACS SSK w/ Z8 shift knob, ACS pedal covers/handbrake, OEM strut tower brace, '04 LEDs/trunk lights, V1 w/ hardwire & in-cluster remote display, euro front bumper cover, euro first aid kit & warning triangle, space saver spare, painted foglight rings, PIAA Xtreme Plus fogs, SilverVision front turns.
1998 ML320 w/ many mods and updates.
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Dave04M3
01-14-2005, 07:12 PM
headers...Dave

2004 M3 Coupe
IR/Blk leather
Nav
19"RG4's w 245/35/19 and 275/30/19 Nitto 555 Extreme
HK
Xenons
Moonroof
Alum Trim
Mods: SuperSprint Headers, Race cats and Borla muffler, Shark Race Injector, AFE intake
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ChuckD
01-14-2005, 07:51 PM
I dont like 180 degree bends.. especially three of them not counting what is going on inside the canisters.

May not mean much unless you are going whole hog with intake and replacing the entire ehuast system. Still those back to back 180 degree turns on the one side just doesn't look optimal.

meem
01-14-2005, 08:26 PM
is it that hard to not f'ck that up? first they make them a little too big (88mm), causing rubbing problems, so rather than make them 83mm like everyone else, they go make them 76mm. brilliant.

such a shame, i would've bought it otherwise.
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JIO
01-14-2005, 11:18 PM

Aussie Mark
04-06-2005, 04:27 AM
Why did they put one pipe under the other rather than side by side?

GregW / Oregon
04-06-2005, 10:46 AM

terryp
04-06-2005, 01:54 PM
It appears that they are leveraging pipe bends as a supporting structure. Look like a unneccesary crazy staw to me.


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