There's a company called hitech (or it could be hytech) that does an exhaust for the MCS. I think it's the same design as the works exhaust. There's a guy here in Canberra with one fitted to his MCS, it sounds great. I think he said it cost about $1000.
welcome to the boards... If you look in the Australian forum section you will probably find all the info on Australian tuners. Where do you live?
If you are in Sydney, the people to see are Peak Performance at Parramatta. They look after a lot of modification work for for quite a few of us that take our cars out onto the track.
There is also a local company called Whiteline that designs suspension setups and have produced excellent kits for track and road. These include larger sway bars, adjustable camber plates and strut bars. They have coilovers coming soon, with both height and dampening adjustments.
There is also AMG in Edgecliffe that sells a whole range of goodies too...
If in Sydney,try Hi-Tech, also called Lambros located in Darlinghurst.
I had the MCS cat-back exhaust system from them and it was great.Sounded really good and they will do a small muffler version(fairly loud but not over the top) or the larger mufflers which sound a little louder under load than standard.
Price will be about $1200 depending on how good your negotiating skills are.
thanks for the information but now i'm living in melbourne and is there anyone know where can i get the exhaust system in melbourne.? er.. is there anyone have the Hi-Tech picture and the exhaust sound?i would like to hear it. anyway .. thanks again the information u gave to me. thanks !
hmm.. i see.. i see.. have to do a run to sydney to get the hi-tech ... enzo, do u have the hi-tech picutre and the exhaust sound in ur computer?? i would like to hear and see it. and other that hi-tech, wut else u recommend me to change the exhaust system ? thanks for the information !!!
Stage One includes 15% reduction pulley and "One Click" ECU remap. The "One Click" device is great as I can switch from the performance map to stock ecu map simply thus avoiding detection from BMW diagnostics ... pull the bonnet on my car and it looks absolutely stock (doesn't go like stock though)
Stage One cost me about $1600 + $255 fitting from ALS in Haberfield. Bang for buck this kit is unsurpassed. JCW performance at 1/5 the price!
I have the Scorpion Exhaust as well which is imported from the UK. It is more expensive than the Sydney Hitech job. However, the tips are nicely rolled (not straight cut which I think is a little crude) with smaller muffler cans which do NOT hang below the chassis line (which is the case with the JCW). However, the exhaust really does howl at the higher revs and will turn heads in the street..
In short, a pulley / chip combo will transform your car. After about 6 weeks of owning my car I was hungry for more power and bang for buck you simply can't go past pulley / chip!
BMW E36 M3R Alpine White - Engine : 6 cylinder; DOHC 24 valve Capacity : 2990cc Power : 243KW @ 7000 rpm Torque : 323NM @ 3900rpm Produced : Jan - May 1995 How many :15 ONLY
THE BRICK : that may be true ! but how many people can afford the jcw kit its $9600 for 24 killowatts i reckon thats an absolute rip off !!! im only 21 and have just paid off my 19 inch wheels for my mcs not everyone has money to blow like that
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