The new Supersprint exhaust system for BMW F30 328i 2.0T is composed by a downpipe with HJS Metallic catalytic converter (200 CPSI) , a front pipe, a centre pipe (alternatively a centre exhaust) and a rear exhaust with twin round outlets (80 mm each).
The exhaust kit is completely modular, and the possible combinations of all its single components allow for several, different set-ups, from a full system or a cat-back, to a more "simple" rear exhaust choice, to meet each and every owner’s individual needs.
The rear exhaust is available in two options : a 2 round end pipes on the left side, or a quad pipe version of 2 round end pipes for each side (in this case the bumper needs to be trimmed).
Both versions have got an E.E.C. homologation approval.
The original ceramic coated catalytic converter has been replaced by a hi-flow and hi-performance HJS metallic catalytic converter that allows a substantial decrease of back pressure but which, at the same time, keeps the environmental specs within the E.E.C. limits permitted by law.
For the optimum sound level, for an everyday street driving, without exceeding of too much, the combination of our centre pipe and rear exhaust is normally the exhaust configuration we recommend.
For a track driving experience, on the other hand, we suggest the combination of our HJS Metallic catalytic converter, our centre pipe and one of our two rear exhaust options.
Following the Supersprint very long tradition (est.1955), our main target is not to change the nature of the car, loosing comfort in the process, but to make the engine note more pleasant and characteristic, without being excessive. And to increase the performance.
The look is the perfect match of sportiness and class, with round, lipped, chromed, slash cut endpipes that match the design of the car and follow the line of the bumper.