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BMW M Performance Kit for 2012 or later BMW 335i Sedan

For those of us who just can't get enough power

Toni Avery
Mar 27, 2013

2012 and later BMW 335i Sedan and 335i xDrive Sedan models will receive an engine makeover. M Performance Parts will be supplying the kit, which is conveniently covered under BMW's standard warranty when purchased with a new vehicle. Available through all Authorized BMW Centers in the US, pricing starts at $1,100 (plus install).

Enthusiasts will enjoy upgraded performance when the kit is installed. Horse power is increased from 300 to 320 on all models, while the torque is increased from 300 to 332 (automatic transmission) and an increase of 17 to 317 for manual transmissions models. 0-60 time increases 0.2 seconds while 50-75mph times drop by a full half second.

Not only is engine performance applied with the kit, but also aesthetic and auditory aspects are too. Both models receive a re-mapped accelerator pedal calibration for more dynamic throttle response, while the exhaust lets out a highly-emotional burble. Updated software or replacement engine DME is provided as well as a high-capacity air intake system. To finish the look, the kit includes a BMW M Performance engine cover and rocker panel decals.

By Toni Avery
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