Check out the new vid I have posted showing a few of the many BMW’s in Minnesota (United States Of America).
BMW Ferrari Red
Posted via Bimmerpost.com forums by E92doc. He shows a new purchase made by his wife, of a new BMW M3 F80! Well not just any regular F80 M3, this one was painted red…well not just any red, but Ferrari Red! Packaged with everything else, but not retaining the manual transmission; it looks hot! Love the color, but would I spend 100k on an M3/M4!?! Personally no, I would try and get a BMW M4 GTS, unless this will be the car I’d keep for the rest of my life.
BMW Exhaust Lullaby
Check out my M3 and E92 Exhaust comparison. If you’ve ever driven the N52 engine BMW, you are disappointed on how quiet and tame BMW has made its machine. However, with a few upgrades I made it into a respectable sports machine.
Monday Dreams & Wishes
The E92 GTS
Love this video gotta keep posting it when I can 🙂
The Last of The E’s: Part 3
A little more up beat, but still chill!
The Last of The E’s: Series Videos
Exclusive, Crazii Colours for Performance cars.
These colors are exclusive to the Top of the line models or specific to only one model in the whole line up.
1. 2015 RS5: Sepang Blue and Panther Black. The Panther Black is more expensive costing ~$1075.00 (90k+ shillings) vs $550 for SEEEPPAANNNGG! I like the Sepang better, the Black looks like the GTR V-spec pearl color
2. 2015 M3/M4: Sakhir Orange, Yas Marina Blue, Austin Yellow.
3. SRT Viper GTC: 1 of 1. In order for the Viper to remain relevant it needs to keep itself in the spotlight. Besides dropping a few $$ on the Viper a new custom workshop, just like Bugatti Veyron’s go through will be available to public pockets in the coming months. This is quite interesting.
Enda R: Nero Bimmerz
BMW E92 SCORPION EXHAUST INSTALL
Bought from Bavarian Autosport, installed at Tim’s Custom Exhaust (Twin Cities)
PREVIOUS ENGINE MODS:
CDV- extreme help with better clutch engagement (for M/T)
AFE Stage 2 – more air, more engine noise in cabin (during 2800+ rpms)
- Scorpion Exhaust (Wanted more engine noise/response/better flow):
- Adds a needed/wanted grunt to the car.
- Very subtle back fire (once broken in should sound a lot better; reminds me of the E46 M3’s meisterschaft exhaust).
- Moderate performance increase.
- Increased engine noise and response for M/T drivers.
- Improved flow.
- Cutting exhaust since it’s not a cat back (if you have warranty I would suggest getting a cat back): this means from the cats that are located at headers, not the secondary cats.
- You feel your car yearning for more; the Germans built a performance engine, but definitely held it back. It’s an engine that had potential, but was told she can’t get anywhere with a flat chest, unlike her N54 sister who had tig ol’bittys’.
2. Recommend to get a throttle tune or Re-Map because you’ll be so frustrated on how the stock ecu maps are holding back the car (if you weren’t already disappointed in the beginning). If you are going to get a re-map make sure you aren’t installing the 330i performance manifold in the near future (< 1 year) since you might have to have it re-mapped again. Also the M-tech rear bumper would match this well.
3. Paths you can take with Scorpion Exhaust
- Cut and attach before the secondary cats (you’ll need to cut mid pipe and stock)
- Take off whole exhaust and construct piping that will go from scorpion mid-section to headers. (so basically a full catback.)
- Only install muffler (for those who want a different performance muffler)
- Whatever custom work you want to do?
What to expect:
Overall the exhaust should fit from the muffler towards the mid pipes, however on the stock exhaust the piping with the resonator is slightly dented on the top to prevent the exhaust from pressing on the heat shield that protects the driveshaft. If the exhaust presses on this, you will hear the weights on the drive shaft hit the heat shield. This can be easily fixed in a couple of different ways: 1) denting new exhaust in similar manor as stock exhaust, 2) “shift/dent/move” the heat shield slightly lower so it isn’t coming into contact with the driveshaft, 3) use your judgment on how to approach it, I’m probably making it sound more difficult than it is.