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Old 11-06-2019, 04:13 PM
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Hey guys, I'm looking at a 2013 bmw x6m and it has an eisenmann exhaust on it and frankly it's super loud sounds like a truck, the x6 still has stock resonators still if I change those out would it quite it down a bit? Or make it sound more smoother rather then a v8 hemi truck lol

My other question is the summer tires are no good on it and the guy told me that the rear tires are 335 35 22??

This is a dealer I'm getting it from, my other question would be.

Is it bad to run a square set up on it 275 40 20s? For the summers it currently has brand new winters 315 35 20 and I think the fronts where 275 40 20s

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Old 11-06-2019, 10:50 PM
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yeah, if that exhaust + Resonators is too Loud for you as is,one option is to swap out the Eisemann out for an OEM and Gut that if it too quite...


as for the tires, LOL, IF You dare try to square that Beast up you will be the laughing stock of this forum! i personally do not think 275 will fit in the rear but it will most definitely lose its handling capabilities. besides the 335 fit perfect, imagine the GAP you will have with 275s in the rear?


my wifes x4 has 275 in the rear but the x5/x6 is too wide to try 275s in the rear. it will look like a matchbox toy at that point.
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yeah, if that exhaust + Resonators is too Loud for you as is,one option is to swap out the Eisemann out for an OEM and Gut that if it too quite...


as for the tires, LOL, IF You dare try to square that Beast up you will be the laughing stock of this forum! i personally do not think 275 will fit in the rear but it will most definitely lose its handling capabilities. besides the 335 fit perfect, imagine the GAP you will have with 275s in the rear?


my wifes x4 has 275 in the rear but the x5/x6 is too wide to try 275s in the rear. it will look like a matchbox toy at that point.
The x6 is gonna be for the wife not me lol, as for the 275s only reason I'm asking would be I already have a set of tires and rims lol

For the muffler I dont mind it but would like it a bit more quieter then it currently is if I gut the stock resonators and added longer ones that should bring the truck sound like that it currently sounds like ?

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