performance exhaust system

  1. F83 M4 - MagnaFlow Performance Exhaust

    As common as F80 M3s and F82 M4s are becoming, the F83 M4 Convertible isn’t seen around just as much. It is simply awesome to be able to take the performance of an M3/M4 and be able to drop the top down any time you like! Being nearly entirely the same, the F83 M4 can be mostly modified just like the F82 M4 Coupe counterpart. The owner of this car was seeking some more noise and a wider stance so we got him set up with a set of spacers and a system that was sure to satisfy the crave.

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  2. Embracing German Heritage

    The BMW M6, available in convertible, coupe, or gran coupe form, is known for being a luxurious power house with a hefty price tag. Carrying the same S63 power plant from the F10 M5, the twin turbo V8 makes at least 550 horsepower. Just listening to the car you know that it means business with the loud spooling of the turbo systems and deep exhaust note. As standard equipment on newer M6 models, a stunning amount of carbon fiber dominates the interior, however more overpowering is the brilliant optional Sakhir Orange and Black Merino Leather.

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  3. Eisenmann Upgrade

    As good as a stock E92 M3 is, one modification that can increase horsepower by a significant figure as well as improve sound, among other things, is an exhaust system. However, choosing the right exhaust system is usually a challenge. For some, an aggressive exhaust note is the only priority, but when it comes down to choosing an exhaust system there are actually many factors a buyer can consider. On a sportier vehicle, weight savings is typically a goal. With that said, higher performance exhaust systems are made of various materials like stainless steel, aluminized steel, titanium, and even now nickel, chromium, Inconel, and other super alloy materials. Other factors of the exhaust systems would be how restrictive the system is, whether the system is a full one or just various parts, and perhaps the most critical of all, cost.

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