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Old 20-05-2010, 03:07 PM   #1
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Is there anywaere in germany to get 3.5 or 4 inch exhaust piping, preferably locally ( heidelberg ) also will they bend ? Thanks for any advice
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man I thought for sure you might know of one . will a 3 inch breathe enough for a 500-600 HP build? The problem is I dont want it to be too loud. I would like to retain a somewhat quiet exhaust that breathes enough. Is there a company that makes anything within that description???

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You could try one from Nismo they are rather quiet
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As above mate, Nismo ones are decent quality and very quiet. However they normally are more restricitive than other aftermarket ones too as they often have quite a few bends instead of going the straight and short route. They will work with your desired power level but not be the best option. If you can live with that then good. If not I would recommend fitting a GReddy Power Extreme II which is one of the most quiet aftermarket exhausts available while still being big bore and unrestrictive.

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Thank you vey much that is pretty much what I was looking for.
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