2011 BMW 328i - BMW Performance Exhaust vs. Stock Exhaust HD
Enjoy this video comparing the stock Exhaust with the BMW Performance Exhaust. The stock Exhaust needed to be cut off after the cats in
order to clamp this one on.
To make the comparison accurate, I used the same equipment spaced the same
distance from the car. In the first revving shots, the mic is positioned 5
feet back from the Exhaust.
The PE is definitely louder than the stock Exhaust. It really makes the car sound how it
should have from the factory IMO. It sounds just like a 135 or 335 now,
maybe a bit more aggressive. The Exhaust sound in the cabin is more noticeable,
but not annoying. You can hear it at highway speeds, but it is not droning.
You can drive the car around without the noise being intrusive. I highly
recommend this Exhaust!
The car is a 2011 BMW 328i E90, 3.0 inline 6, 6 speed manual, M Sport
Equipment used was a Canon 7D with a Rode video mic.
2008 BMW 335i Review, Walkaround, Exhaust, & Test Drive
Still fast, still good looking, and still fun-to-drive, the 2008 BMW 335i
makes for a top pick on the used sport luxury sedan market. Just avoid the
early models with the cumbersome iDrive interface and used car buyers
should expect a higher cost of ownership that comes with owning one.
► The BMW i8 Production
BMW i8 deliveries to customers starting in June.
Plug-in hybrid system developed and produced by the BMW Group represents
the latest development stage of Efficient Dynamics; debut for
three-cylinder petrol engine with BMW TwinPower turbo technology, displacement: 1.5 litres,
output: 170 kW/231 hp, maximum torque: 320 Nm (236 lb-ft); power sent
to the rear wheels via a six-speed automatic gearbox; model-specific hybrid
synchronous electric motor, output: 96 kW/131 hp, maximum torque: 250 Nm
(184 lb-ft); power channelled through the front wheels via a two-stage
automatic transmission; lithium-ion high-voltage battery with liquid
cooling and usable capacity of 5 kWh.
Combination of BMW TwinPower turbo and
BMW eDrive technology plus intelligent energy management produce system
output of 266 kW/362 hp (max. torque: 570 Nm / 420 lb-ft) and give the
BMW i8 the performance characteristics of a pure-bred sports car (0 --
100 km/h / 62 mph in 4.4 seconds) combined with fuel economy and
emissions figures more familiar from a small car (EU fuel consumption:
2.5 litres per 100 km / 113 mpg imp); "glued-to-the-road" AWD driving
experience with torque distribution geared towards optimised dynamics.
Driving Experience Control switch and eDrive button allow driver to choose
from five driving modes; range of up to 35 kilometres (22 miles) on
electric power alone and a top speed of 120 km/h (75 mph); COMFORT mode
offers optimum balance between dynamics and efficiency; combined range in
everyday conditions: over 500 kilometres (310 miles); SPORT mode with
ultra-intense Boost function
provided by the electric motor; ECO PRO mode can be used in both
all-electric mode and hybrid mode.
Sophisticated chassis technology featuring a double-wishbone front axle and
a five-link rear axle; Electric Power Steering; Dynamic Damper Control
comes as standard; 20-inch light-alloy wheels are standard, carbon wheels
Emotion-led visual impression based around established BMW i design
language; classical sports car proportions and fresh interpretation of BMW
design features; doors open upwards like wings; clean lines, plus surface
design (external and internal) based on the layering principle; full-LED
headlights as standard, innovative laser headlights -- unique worldwide --
available as an option.
Intelligent lightweight construction with elements including a CFRP
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instrument display, BMW iDrive with freestanding Control Display and
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interior equipment variants.
Wide range of BMW ConnectedDrive features: Park Distance Control, cruise
control system with braking function, rain sensor and Intelligent Emergency
Call function as standard; optional driver assistance package with High
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BMW Online Entertainment, Concierge Services, Real Time Traffic
Information and mobility services developed specifically for BMW i, e.g.
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The Tire-Punishing, 400HP Turbo BMW E30! - /TUNED
The BMW E30 is quickly becoming a cult classic among the DIY, autocross,
and track crowd. And though the M3 version may be climbing so quickly in
price, soon no one will be able to afford one, the 325i, as it turns out,
has some chops as a great platform for tuning. Kameron Baker's homebuilt
E30 is just about the nicest one we've seen, and if you think it looks
great, wait till you see how it drives.
e90 328xi Performance Exhaust
BMW Performance Exhuast
Other Add-ons: BMW Performance Intake
Video: 720p 60fps
Music: Ronald Jenkees - Fifteen Fifty
RACE | BMW E90 328i vs. Honda Civic Si Coupe
Synopsis: Short pulls between a stock 2010 BMW E90 328i and a stock 2008
Honda Civic Si Coupe. The BMW E90 328i is rated at 230 HP with a curb
weight of 3400 lbs. and the Honda Civic Si has 197 HP and weights 2900 lbs.