BMW M235i (F22) Valvetronic Performance Exhaust System

SKU:
$2,595.95 - $2,695.95
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HP (whp):
6
TQ (ft/lbs):
11
WT (lbs):
5
HP (whp):
6
TQ (ft/lbs):
11
WT (lbs):
5
Current Stock:

The ultimate primary catback exhaust system for the Ultimate Driving Machine includes Fabspeed's high performance Valvetronic rear muffler and CNC mandrel bent mid-pipes for the perfect combination of sound and power.                                   

FEATURES

  • Fits BMW F22 M235i vehicles
  • Includes Deluxe Dual Style Tips in a your choice of finish to compliment your vehicles look and style
  • Integrated muffler valve includes machined mounts for the factory actuators, allowing retention of factory valve functionality
  • Adds 6 whp and 11 ft/lbs of torque at 3000 RPM
  • All Fabspeed performance products are backed by the Fabspeed Lifetime Warranty

POWER GAINS

  • Peak Power
    • Stock= 309 whp / 328 ft/lbs
    • Exhaust = 315 whp / 329 ft/lbs
  • Maximum Gains
    • 3000 RPM = +6whp / +11ft/lbs
Warranty / Installation Guide

Reviews

  • 5
    One word: WOW!

    Posted by BentZero on 8th Aug 2016

    I got a Fabspeed valvetronic (with the valve set to permanently open) installed on my car today. One word: WOW! Man, I love it. Imagine the ASD sound except deeper, more refined and aggressive. A little bit more overrun likely due to the lack of a resonator. The overrun is a bit louder too, but it still sounds really good. Not to mention the fact that the sound now comes from the rear as it should. The slightly larger tips are also the perfect size and now the exhaust looks like it was meant for the car. I've always felt that the stock tips looked small and a tad anemic.

    Absolutely no drone either. In fact, at cruising speed it's even quieter in the cabin than it was when I had ASD enabled. I'm probably one of the few that likes the ASD feature, but this exhaust kills it. I can't wait to hear how it will sound when I mate the exhaust to their sport cat as well.

    An added bonus seems to be a bit more torque above 2,500k rpm. Idk, it just feels like the car reacts a little quicker when I give it more gas.

    Anyway, I plan on taking a video soon. I've yet to find a video of this exhaust on a car without an aftermarket down pipe. Figure some people may want to hear it with a stock down pipe.