The beauty of a platform like the BMW F8X is in its customization capacity. This is specially the case with the current twin-turbo powered engine found in the latest BMW M3 and M4 models. It is easy to grasp the fact that they are providing aftermarket tuning companies with the building blocks they need to further develop this performance vehicle. Considering an aftermarket exhaust as the starting point for many engine mods, a new custom exhaust system by Eisenmann fits right in perfectly.
With over 30 years of experience, it’s no wonder Eisenmann is able to come up with an impressive looking, highly performing exhaust. Each system is constructed from high grade 304 stainless steel, with a specific attention to wall thickness throughout to create the best combination of fantastic sound and reduced weight. The canisters are machine-pressed into a shape specifically designed for the F8X M cars using a series of deep draw dies, resulting in extremely high canister rigidity and contributing to Eisenmann’s signature tone.
The canister shape was specifically created to completely eliminate the canisters from the rear view of the car, drastically improving the appearance of the F8x cars. Multiple internal flow paths work in unison with BMW’s Comfort, Sport, and Sport Plus ECU programming, and enable Eisenmann’s valve control to have a variable but drastic effect on the exhaust system’s personality. This allows for a smooth and low volume sound while cruising. It allows provides the signature growl of the twin-turbo six-cylinder engine – distinctively missing in the OEM exhaust setup. The sound is deep, the sound is scrip and the sound goes hand-in-hand with the power output of this beast.
Eisenmann’s Heritage system is available as a rear section or complete exhaust system, enabling M3/M4 owners to choose their sound level in stages. The complete system will include everything from the exhaust tips to the BMW downpipes, allowing for a bolt-on solution for easy installation and an aggressive sound. Improved flow capacity gives the exhaust system sufficient overhead for future modifications, removing any restriction in the system and enabling the F8x’s S55 powerplant to make even more power.
The new “Signature” tip combines what was great about BMW M’s design with the classic Eisenmann LeMans style to create something that is both at home on BMW’s new M car and also an homage to Eisenmann’s own classic tip designs. Eisenmann’s new “Signature” tips are specifically designed to emulate the style of the BMW M tips, to allow their clients to remain within the M realm of design and appearance, while simultaneously having something very unique- the added “LeMans style” inner tip is an Eisenmann hallmark, and has been unique to Eisenmann for over a decade.
Take a look at the video below and enjoy the sound of the Eisenmann aftermarket exhaust system installed on a BMW F82 M4. You will also find a set of high-quality detailed snaps of the exhaust system provided by IND right below the video as well.