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Old 06-30-2009, 08:13 AM
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M6 Tubi Rumore exhaust upgrade

Here you go for sharing.

I tried very hard to find a pre-owned Tubi Rumore exhaust for my E63 M6, finally gave up as I can no longer wait.

If there was one thing I miss on my E39 M5 - it was the Tubi Rumore exhaust I had installed on my M5.

So I went ahead and ordered a new one.
Dang things aint cheap, but worth every penny in my opinion.

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I am posting for sharing.
In case someone here wants to do this mod, here's info on that mod and what the exhaust sounds like.

I am not posting here asking whether you like this mod or not.
I am not asking for you approval.

If this exhaust is too loud or too soft for you, or you dont like it - then this mod is not for you.

Summary:
Kindly keep criticisms to yourself.

In life, as long as we are happy with our own property - that is the only thing that matters.

Now that we got that out of the way.

1) Stock M6 exhaust = 26 lbs each side.
2) Tubi Rumore exhaust = 19 lbs each side.
3) So that's 14 lbs off the beast total.
4) Installation is very easy. Basically cut and clamp.
5) It only took my mechanic half hour each side. 1 hour total install job.
6) Tubi exhaust are very very well made.
You can barely hear the exhaust at idle, but you mash the pedal and it emits a very powerful commanding growl.
7) There is NO DRONE at any RPM. This is a must for me.
8) I ordered mine from an authorized Tubi dealer in Florida.

www.Rennsport-One.com

Contact is Justin: justin@rennsport-one.com
or Tom: tom@rennsport-one.com

Here are photos. Once in Flick home page, on top right - click on "Slideshow".

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This is one sweet sounding exhaust Dan have you gone around doing the RPI scoop mod?
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I havent done any reading on the RPI scoops mod yet.

Also, my Service Advisor mentioned to me that I should avoid any mods that alters the beast physically in order to ensure I get 100% complete warranty and CPO coverage.

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Old 06-30-2009, 08:57 AM
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They shouldn't void your warranty as the scoops allows more air and gives the beast more room to breath, i haven't heard anyone getting their warranty voided because of the scoops ( i have it on the Z4MC and the SA saw it and even complimented on it), as far as performance? i've seen the numbers time and time again and are consistent to be a proven HP/ TQ gain...I'm sure RPI will chime in here to better explain the product...but imho its one of the most cost effective mod for the beast!


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I havent done any reading on the RPI scoops mod yet.

Also, my Service Advisor mentioned to me that I should avoid any mods that alters the beast physically in order to ensure I get 100% complete warranty and CPO coverage.

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Thanks for the info Chris!

Now you really got me interested.

I will start reading about the RPI scoops mod and its benefits.

Thanks again.
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Wow, that sounds really nice, and no drone is awesome!
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Mike your Dinan cans sounds sick also, as you drove off last Saturday i was

Do you guys have the section 1 or two installed?
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Wow, that sounds really nice, and no drone is awesome!
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Thanks Big Mike!
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I have the Dinan cans, and the High Flow Middle Exhaust X-Pipe with 4" Resonators. I don't know if it sounds as good as whattheheck's???
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Whatheheck has a louder tone (heard the tubi on the E60 M5) on the Dinan...close to the Eisennman Exhaust



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I have the Dinan cans, and the High Flow Middle Exhaust X-Pipe with 4" Resonators. I don't know if it sounds as good as whattheheck's???
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