BMW M135i Gets Remus Exhaust

The guys from Remus have been terribly busy lately and, after releasing an exhaust for the M4, they're now coming back with another solution, this time for an M Performance Automobile. That’s a car that’s not yet on par with a full-on M model but better than a stock. Kind of like the S family from Audi.
BMW F21 M135i with Remus Exhaust 1 photo
Photo: Screenshot from Youtube
The lucky model is BMW’s M135i, probably the one car in the range that offers the best bang for the buck at the moment. With Remus’ exhaust it gets even better.

In the video below you have an F21 model wearing the complete turbo-back system comprised of stainless steel sport pipes, a stainless steel cat-back front section and racing downpipes with a sport catalytic convertor (200 CPSI).

The result? According to them, if you get the complete set, the car will have 13 extra horsepower and 18.9 more Nm (13.9 lb-ft) of twist at its disposal. That would put the 3-liter 6-cylinder engine’s rating up at 333 HP and 469 Nm (346 lb-ft) of torque, plenty for a small hatchback.

The sound is also enticing, to say the least. We don’t know how much drone there is or how it would handle longer trips, but since the Austrians have been in the business of making custom exhausts for some time, we’re guessing they’re not that bad.

In case you want a little more noise, they have you covered as well, with a racing exhaust, but that version is not homologated therefore not street-legal.

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