BMW 135i aFe Intake, Cat-Back Exhaust, & Throttle Body Spacer Installation

Introducing the new aFe Exhaust System, aFe Cold Air Intake, and the aFe Throttle Body Spacer for the BMW 135i. Upgrade your 135i with these quality aFe products for gains in horsepower, torque, fuel economy, and simply to give you that smirk when you hit the gas from the sound and newfound accelleration.

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BMW 135i Exhaust upgrade
RHD down pipes, C-pe custom catted mid section and Dixis Titanium rear muffler.





BMW 135i vs. CTS-V, Mustang GT500, Viper ACR, APR S6, MK7 Golf R, Cobalt SS, 335i, etc.
Here are a few runs I got in with my 2008 BMW 135i before my GoPro died. The NoFlyZone Midwest event hosted by Omega Motorsports was a blast! See full mod list below: 2008 135i (N54 w/ 6MT): JB4 + MHD E85 flash, PR inlets, VRSF DPs, VRSF 7" FMIC, VRSF CP & TiAL BOV, Riss Racing 3" Exhaust, BMS OCC, RB PCV, Walbro 255 inline LPFP, Str8shot ethanol content analyzer APEX ARC-8s, 235/265 Michelin PSS, APEX stud conversion kit, Eibach Pro-Kit springs, StopTech drilled/slotted rotors, StopTech Sport pads 335is/550i clutch kit, MFactory SMFW, BMW Performance SSK, 2-step/NLS relay, BMS clutch stop, CDV delete Check out www.My1Series.com for more information.





COBB Tuning - Dyno 349 WHP / 446 WTQ - 2008 BMW 135i - COBB Tuning Plano
349 WHP / 446 WTQ 2008 BMW 135i at COBB Tuning's facilities in Plano, TX. ProTuned using the COBB AccessPORT on E20. - Gas/E85 mix (20% ethanol) http://www.cobbtuningplano.com Primary Power Modifications: COBB AccessPORT AR Design Downpipes horsepower Freaks Catback Evolution Raceworks Chargepipe horsepower Freaks FMIC Tial BOV Click below to see this Dyno graph on our Dyno Database: http://accessecu.com/Dyno/index.php?gb=0&hp=1&torque= 1&Boost=1&rpm=1&sl=1&sln=1&sat=0&cb=0&dgr=1&smm= 0&sg=1&runid1=4057&rgb1=000000255




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