Maybe I’m just getting old, but I thought I would’ve liked an aggressive exhaust like the Fabspeed, but it was too much for me. Oem diffuser with 4″ tips. 3″ inlet, 5″ long to be specific. Sure, someone could yank them off, but you could do that with the stockers.
Nice to have another 320i ZSP owner here on Bimmerfest! Like you and Kafkaesque328, I like the single chrome exhaust tip. I’ve got a 2015 in Mineral White metallic with the Sport package too. I love the chrome exhaust pipe that comes with that package. Replaced the exhaust with a Milltek exhaust and never had a problem cleaning them. And i have just seen the eisenmann double 102mm (4″) exhaust setup online and the single 4″ tips on each side looked too bulky. Maybe because it was a touring.
They simply slide over your existing exhaust tips and provide a larger, more aggressive appearing tip, similar to those offer on some of the high performance exhaust systems we offer for the 135i. Remote Trunk Release, Keyless Entry, Electronic Stability Control, Brake Assist, 4-Wheel ABS. Bought the car a few months back and the paint applied to the exhaust tips is flaking quite a bit. Any suggestions on how to get it all off without dropping the muffler and/or damaging the chrome underneath? It looks like the chrome is still in decent shape by the looks of it. From its humble beginnings in a small workshop in the Emilia region of Italy, ANSA was founded on one man’s love affair with Italian dream cars.
We expect the B8 will be based on the M850i xDrive, not on the M8. Pushing the ignition button will awaken a 4.4-liter V8 engine twin-turbocharged to over 600 horsepower, a generous increase over the stock 523-horse output. An eight-speed automatic transmission will channel the eight-cylinder’s output to the rear wheels. While a 600-plus-horsepower rating will parachute the B8 onto the M8’s turf, they will be two different sedans developed for different purposes. BMW M designs cars for the track; Alpina makes cars for the unrestricted sections of the Autobahn. Alpina published a video that shows the B8 will ride on the multi-spoke alloy wheels the tuner is famous for.
Top speed is 201 mph—that’s 12 mph more than the fastest non-Alpina 8 Series. Even with the flame-throwing exhaust, the Spitfire’s bodywork steals the show. The Royal Air Force created numerous variants of the Spitfire, including a camouflage livery and a shark mouth paint scheme. However, Weidmann opted for the polished aluminum finish for the BMW R 1200 R. Consisting of various panels and rivets, the fairings accurately captured the wartime aircraft aesthetic. From the bull’s eye stickers to the faux exhaust ports near the nose, the team artfully adapted the plane’s form at every turn.
Connecting wirelessly by Bluetooth to any iPhone or Android smartphone, FP3 makes it simple to tune your Harley-Davidson. Unleash the fun of the Rebel 1100 with the Vance & Hines Upsweep slip-on. The new 4.5″ Upsweep slip-on delivers the right rumble and performance to the new Rebel. Give your Milwaukee-Eight Softail the aggressive stance it deserves and the roaring performance to match with the Stainless 2-into-1 Hi-Output.
The installation procedure is easy and quick, because it exploits the same hangers of the stock exhaust. The sporty sound is achieved from the accurate selection of the piping sections, of the unique inner silencer design, and dedicated to the specific vehicle model.
The first new generation Mini Hatch was introduced in late 2000, being the first model launched under the Mini marque after the original Mini was discontinued in the same year. In some European markets, the Mini One was powered by a 1.4-litre inline-four version of the Tritec engine, but all other petrol powered Minis used the 1.6-litre version. From 2004 through 2008, the soft-top convertible R52 was made. The Alpina B8 features rear-wheel steering up to 2.3 degrees. Using a 4.4-liter bi-turbo V8, horsepower sits between that of the M8 and M8 Competition, coming in at 612 hp.