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      11-16-2018, 04:27 PM   #23
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I might try the burble tune spring/summer time. I'm going to more than likely do the downpipes then.

I have heard mixed reviews about the burble tune. It's very popular and I think meisterschaft gtc + downpipes and burble would sound nuts.
I heard the Eisenmann race full exhaust in person and it was incredible I wanted that setup right then and there, I'm sure the GTC sounds similar, for a car that sounds meh in stock form a aftermarket exhaust completely transforms them

I really like the Burble myself but only minimal , I'm not looking for that crazy excessive pops and bangs all the time I think that would get annoying , just some nice crackle after WOT, having something to switch between tunes would be ideal
My buddy who I purchased the e-race system from purchased the meisterschaft GTC after. E-race is more high pitched, while the GTC has more low-down rumble. Surprising how different the systems sound. The electronic valves on the GTC are super nice too. I'm planning on eventually welding in some electronic valves in my e-race down the road.
I went with the valve control. They said it will ship in 5-10 business days from yesterday. Very excited.
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I might try the burble tune spring/summer time. I'm going to more than likely do the downpipes then.

I have heard mixed reviews about the burble tune. It's very popular and I think meisterschaft gtc + downpipes and burble would sound nuts.
I heard the Eisenmann race full exhaust in person and it was incredible I wanted that setup right then and there, I'm sure the GTC sounds similar, for a car that sounds meh in stock form a aftermarket exhaust completely transforms them

I really like the Burble myself but only minimal , I'm not looking for that crazy excessive pops and bangs all the time I think that would get annoying , just some nice crackle after WOT, having something to switch between tunes would be ideal
My buddy who I purchased the e-race system from purchased the meisterschaft GTC after. E-race is more high pitched, while the GTC has more low-down rumble. Surprising how different the systems sound. The electronic valves on the GTC are super nice too. I'm planning on eventually welding in some electronic valves in my e-race down the road.
I went with the valve control. They said it will ship in 5-10 business days from yesterday. Very excited.
Nice how much did you end up paying for it if you don't mind me asking?
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I might try the burble tune spring/summer time. I'm going to more than likely do the downpipes then.

I have heard mixed reviews about the burble tune. It's very popular and I think meisterschaft gtc + downpipes and burble would sound nuts.
I heard the Eisenmann race full exhaust in person and it was incredible I wanted that setup right then and there, I'm sure the GTC sounds similar, for a car that sounds meh in stock form a aftermarket exhaust completely transforms them

I really like the Burble myself but only minimal , I'm not looking for that crazy excessive pops and bangs all the time I think that would get annoying , just some nice crackle after WOT, having something to switch between tunes would be ideal
My buddy who I purchased the e-race system from purchased the meisterschaft GTC after. E-race is more high pitched, while the GTC has more low-down rumble. Surprising how different the systems sound. The electronic valves on the GTC are super nice too. I'm planning on eventually welding in some electronic valves in my e-race down the road.
I went with the valve control. They said it will ship in 5-10 business days from yesterday. Very excited.
Nice how much did you end up paying for it if you don't mind me asking?
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      11-16-2018, 04:34 PM   #26
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I might try the burble tune spring/summer time. I'm going to more than likely do the downpipes then.

I have heard mixed reviews about the burble tune. It's very popular and I think meisterschaft gtc + downpipes and burble would sound nuts.
I heard the Eisenmann race full exhaust in person and it was incredible I wanted that setup right then and there, I'm sure the GTC sounds similar, for a car that sounds meh in stock form a aftermarket exhaust completely transforms them

I really like the Burble myself but only minimal , I'm not looking for that crazy excessive pops and bangs all the time I think that would get annoying , just some nice crackle after WOT, having something to switch between tunes would be ideal
My buddy who I purchased the e-race system from purchased the meisterschaft GTC after. E-race is more high pitched, while the GTC has more low-down rumble. Surprising how different the systems sound. The electronic valves on the GTC are super nice too. I'm planning on eventually welding in some electronic valves in my e-race down the road.
I went with the valve control. They said it will ship in 5-10 business days from yesterday. Very excited.
Nice how much did you end up paying for it if you don't mind me asking?
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Thanks! Definitely post a sound clip when you get it installed.
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      11-16-2018, 07:02 PM   #27
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I might try the burble tune spring/summer time. I'm going to more than likely do the downpipes then.

I have heard mixed reviews about the burble tune. It's very popular and I think meisterschaft gtc + downpipes and burble would sound nuts.
I heard the Eisenmann race full exhaust in person and it was incredible I wanted that setup right then and there, I'm sure the GTC sounds similar, for a car that sounds meh in stock form a aftermarket exhaust completely transforms them

I really like the Burble myself but only minimal , I'm not looking for that crazy excessive pops and bangs all the time I think that would get annoying , just some nice crackle after WOT, having something to switch between tunes would be ideal
My buddy who I purchased the e-race system from purchased the meisterschaft GTC after. E-race is more high pitched, while the GTC has more low-down rumble. Surprising how different the systems sound. The electronic valves on the GTC are super nice too. I'm planning on eventually welding in some electronic valves in my e-race down the road.
I went with the valve control. They said it will ship in 5-10 business days from yesterday. Very excited.
Nice how much did you end up paying for it if you don't mind me asking?
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Thanks! Definitely post a sound clip when you get it installed.
Yup! Before and after vids 😁
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      11-16-2018, 07:24 PM   #28
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My buddy who I purchased the e-race system from purchased the meisterschaft GTC after. E-race is more high pitched, while the GTC has more low-down rumble. Surprising how different the systems sound. The electronic valves on the GTC are super nice too. I'm planning on eventually welding in some electronic valves in my e-race down the road.
Thatís interesting I thought the Full erace was deeper, I really never heard them side by side and definitely +1 on the valves .I am considering the GTC exhaust myself have really hear them in person
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Also what size tips is everybody running or going to get?
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My buddy who I purchased the e-race system from purchased the meisterschaft GTC after. E-race is more high pitched, while the GTC has more low-down rumble. Surprising how different the systems sound. The electronic valves on the GTC are super nice too. I'm planning on eventually welding in some electronic valves in my e-race down the road.
That’s interesting I thought the Full erace was deeper, I really never heard them side by side and definitely +1 on the valves .I am considering the GTC exhaust myself have really hear them in person
Next time I see him I'll do a side by side comparison video
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Next time I see him I'll do a side by side comparison video
Ok cool!
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      11-17-2018, 02:43 AM   #32
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Ams seems to be popular. Those MSR intakes sound insane but just so so pricey.
yes MSR is not cheap i know, but if your want more turbo sound go for it.
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I had run the supersprint catless and Dinan stage II and Akra evolution for 4 years and other then CEL every so often, they were wonderful and sounded great .... and turbo spool was amazing


There were no issues and I even tracked the car several times a year and ran her on the highway many many family get aways


Hope that helps
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      11-17-2018, 01:12 PM   #34
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I had run the supersprint catless and Dinan stage II and Akra evolution for 4 years and other then CEL every so often, they were wonderful and sounded great .... and turbo spool was amazing


There were no issues and I even tracked the car several times a year and ran her on the highway many many family get aways


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That's nice thanks
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      11-17-2018, 01:13 PM   #35
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Ams seems to be popular. Those MSR intakes sound insane but just so so pricey.
yes MSR is not cheap i know, but if your want more turbo sound go for it.
Yeah I decided I'm going to do the MSR intakes also. But I'm going to wait for spring time for that. Video clips sounds insane.
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Yeah I decided I'm going to do the MSR intakes also. But I'm going to wait for spring time for that. Video clips sounds insane.
Look into the RK carbon intake as well, no metal pipes and they sell the same blitz style filters, and it's less than the MSR.
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Did anyone ever look or use project gammer intakes? There the same exact style as MSR intakes but there fully made of silicone piping they come in different colors and there much cheaper , check them out on Instagram
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Did anyone ever look or use project gammer intakes? There the same exact style as MSR intakes but there fully made of silicone piping they come in different colors and there much cheaper , check them out on Instagram
No but I will look into them.
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Im running stock intakes with Charcoal delete. I am running Fabworx DP's and couldn't be happier. Very well made and super easy fitment. Keith at Fabworx picks up his phone and he was even on the phone and texting me during installing them for pointers what to remove. Saved me a lot of time. I have now pulled them off and put them back on 3 times. I have it down to an 1.5hrs round trip. They are great.
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Im running stock intakes with Charcoal delete. I am running Fabworx DP's and couldn't be happier. Very well made and super easy fitment. Keith at Fabworx picks up his phone and he was even on the phone and texting me during installing them for pointers what to remove. Saved me a lot of time. I have now pulled them off and put them back on 3 times. I have it down to an 1.5hrs round trip. They are great.
Thanks I have same intake setup for now. That's sweet
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Im running stock intakes with Charcoal delete. I am running Fabworx DP's and couldn't be happier. Very well made and super easy fitment. Keith at Fabworx picks up his phone and he was even on the phone and texting me during installing them for pointers what to remove. Saved me a lot of time. I have now pulled them off and put them back on 3 times. I have it down to an 1.5hrs round trip. They are great.
Is it fairly easy to do downpipe installs yourself?
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Is it fairly easy to do downpipe installs yourself?
Yes it is pretty easy. I might actually upload a quick video explaining the install if I can find the footage. It really isn't that bad at all. If you are mechanically inclined at all its a piece of cake.
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Yes it is pretty easy. I might actually upload a quick video explaining the install if I can find the footage. It really isn't that bad at all. If you are mechanically inclined at all its a piece of cake.
Yeah man , A step by step vid would be great 👍.
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I have my original ones sitting in my garage... I just bought another set.
Did you change your gaskets also? I heard you should swap out the spark plugs as well for new ones..
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