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Re: Anyone do the header part of the exhaust? (archive)

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Posted by Ben H on April 26, 2000 at 20:03:35:

In Reply to: Anyone do the header part of the exhaust? posted by 95M3 on April 26, 2000 at 17:37:46:

It seems to me that people that buy an intake and exhaust do it for performance gains and for the gain in sound as well. Intakes and exhausts help, but I am still not convinced that they make the car as fast as people would like to think, it just makes the M3 sound better. headers are a pure performance upgrade (they don't make the car sound much different, do they?), anyway, headers are a lot of money, over a 1000 for the supersprint headers, if I'm not mistaken.

if you really want to get performance out of your exhaust plumbing get rid of that catalytic converter, that's what killing it.

Supersprint makes a resonator that replaces the cat for 95 M3s, is that legal in california? I doubt it, but my friend told me that it is legal to change the cat after 60K miles on a car in california? can anyone verify this?

Ben H
'95 Cosmos

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