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To enhance BMW F32 435i by adding the Armytrix stainless steel exhaust system to increase power, reduce weight, and improve sound. This precision-made performance system delivers more power, especially in the low and mid rev range, the effect on the sound is significant, adding a deep resonant sporty sound, but at the same time neutralizes the annoying frequencies in the most critical rpm range. Complete the look with a set of four sporty chrome polished silver tailpipes.

Valves opened (Race mode): Improved low level tone, amplified mid-range note, increased high pitch acoustics, sharper, crisper, sound across the rev range, noticeable Bhp gain typically, low/mid-range torque increase, sharper throttle response, performance efficiency, vastly freer flowing than OEM

Valve closed (Street mode): Keeping it low profile without getting attentions from the police and disturbing your neighbors, perfect for someone who doesn't want to be loud all the time,

Valve auto adjustment (Auto mode): Auto modulate back pressure levels, maintain backpressure at low rpm when launch-start without losing power,

Full exhaust include decatted down pipe with cat-simulator to avoid check engine light, front pipe, mid pipe, valvetronic mufflers, Twin tips with choice of chrome silver tips, titanium plating blue or matte black tips

Quality-wise, no competition

It's easy to make loud exhaust, all you need is straight pipes and take out the mufflers, which there's plenty of brands out there to choose from, but this is not what we do, we build exhaust system with perfect sounding tone that suit each car model, louder and aggressive exhaust sounds, drone carefully tune out, performance gain and sound control adjustments, that's what really makes your car to the next level.

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