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PARTS: Exhaust Info
PARTS: Exhaust Info
Published by cali-ti
12-29-2005
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Stock = 35.6 lb or 16.2 kg

Bosal = 24.0 lb or 10.9 kg

Magnex = 20.6 lb or 9.4 kg

Supersprint = 31.6 lbs or 14.4 kg

Stromung = ?

Exhausts Tested: http://www.unofficialbmw.com/e36/per...aust_test.html

Stock Catalytic Converter and Pipe Section = 22 lbs or 10 kg

Supersprint Resonator (eliminates Catalytic Converter) = 8 lbs or 3.6 kg
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By miguelon2085 on 08-15-2008, 11:25 PM
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interesting, have you seen any test results for ANSA exhaust?
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By Dustoff44 on 01-10-2018, 02:27 PM
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One positive about ANSA exhaust systems is that they get louder and lighter with time....
Mostly due to rust...
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