Active Autowerke Equal Length Midpipe

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  1. 13 Nov 2020 at 6:57 PM #1
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    Does anyone on here have one installed and if so would you recommend it? Would be great to get some feedback on here rather than on youtube :)
     
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    I have one on order and the mad max back box as well. I can’t wait. Just a shame it’s so dam expensive
     
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    I've got one attached to a Mk11 MPE
    Sounds purposeful on tick over
    In quiet mode is muted until a bootfull when it wakes up
    Valves open its excellent
    Very satisfied
     
  4. 13 Nov 2020 at 8:07 PM #4
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    The mad max box looks absolutely mental. Will await your feedback when they both arrive :D
     
  5. 13 Nov 2020 at 8:09 PM #5
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    Thanks :) Just out of interest what downpipes have you got (if not stock) and what midpipe did you have previously to compare the sound to?
     
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    I have the resonated version with VRSF downpipes and stock backbox. It sounds incredible. Proper tone and pitch change as the revs rise to redline instead the broken fighting 3 cylinder monotone.

    Replacing the stock back box with an MPE soon. Which should add a slightly higher pitch, which I think will round off the sound with a touch of exotic tone.

     
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    Big money, but I have bit the bullet and got one on order
     
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    Do you have any sound clips uploaded, by any chance?
     
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    Interesting. Should I buy it that will be the exact same setup as me. Currently running VRSF downpipes with full MPE. I feel like I'm doing too many balls deep purchases for this car but the sound is the one thing bothering me :think:
     
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    Any videos I have and mpe and have been thinking about adding equal length mid pipe ?
    Did you have to cut up the mpe to fit ?
     
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    Good question, would like to know this too :thumbsup:
     
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    Revving the car out through the gears is instantly more fun. I did like my M4 but I missed the sound of the E92 M3 I had previously where it was fun to rev out. This fixed that and I haven’t thought of an E92 since.
     
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    That's quite a statement. My arm is slowly being twisted and fingers getting twitchy :D

    Just out of interest roughly where do you live if you don't mind me asking?
     
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    It’ll never be a NA V8 but it’s good enough not to worry about the sound anymore and appreciate it for a nice straight 6.

    I’m in Ireland
     
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    I can’t even! 4 weeks apparently . At least I’m having my MP HAS Kit fitted next week
     
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    Good to hear, although I was hoping you'd be fairly near to maybe hear it in person :(
     
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    How loud is your cold start with mpe and down pipes ?
     
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    Do you get to keep all the cats? Pictures on their web site seem to show straight through pipes but some their promo videos have captions that say all cats in place. Confused :think:
     
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    Midpipe is replace from backbox to downpipes so midpipe cats are gone.
     
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    I’ve got a mpe that I’m waiting to fit am I wright in thinking the secondary cats stay in place?[​IMG]
     
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