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Eisenmann exhaust system for BMW 1 Series M Coupe

1M | July 21st, 2011 by 7
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Aftermarket exhaust system manufacturer Eisenmann unveils their exhaust system for the new BMW 1 Series M Coupe. The Hemmingen-based company will start offering two stainless …

Aftermarket exhaust system manufacturer Eisenmann unveils their exhaust system for the new BMW 1 Series M Coupe. The Hemmingen-based company will start offering two stainless steel exhaust systems for the new entry-level M model.

Along with the street legal equipment, Eisenmann will also offer its customers a racetrack-tested exhaust system. The entire exhaust system is manufactured by hand and will help the in-line six-cylinder under the hood to not only develop more sound power, but thanks to a clear airway also even more horsepower: 10 extra ponies brings the total power to 350.

The sport exhaust system will make its debut at the 2011 Frankfurt Auto Show, but orders can be currently placed. The pre-silencer with EC-approval costs 535.50 euro, while the muffler, replaced with four tailpipes each measuring 83 millimeters, brings the cost up to 1,309 euro.

[Source: Eisenmann via BimmerToday ]

  • Manny Antunes

    H, So when are you getting yours put on?? ;)

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/La-Ma/1681833435 La Ma

    the 10HP sounds nice but it will be at the top end only, above 6000rpm and you might loose HP and torque on the low end. Most aftermarket exhaust system will do that unfortunately.  Good for track cars not so good for street cars.
    The //M exhausts are pretty good, not a whole lot can be improved on them for street/mild track use.

    I don’t think Horatio will buy this :-)  he is a purist, as he stated before :-) 
    and I agree, on cars under warranty the non-factory mods are senseless, unless you know you will keep it for 6+years at least.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/La-Ma/1681833435 La Ma

    the 10HP sounds nice but it will be at the top end only, above 6000rpm and you might loose HP and torque on the low end. Most aftermarket exhaust system will do that unfortunately.  Good for track cars not so good for street cars.
    The //M exhausts are pretty good, not a whole lot can be improved on them for street/mild track use.

    I don’t think Horatio will buy this :-)  he is a purist, as he stated before :-) 
    and I agree, on cars under warranty the non-factory mods are senseless, unless you know you will keep it for 6+years at least.

    • http://www.bmwblog.com Horatiu B.

      You’re right here. Def a purist :) stock car. Enough power for me. But I’m
      sure that exhaust sounds awesome.

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