BMW G80 / G82 M3 / M4 Fi EXHAUST Valvetronic Cat-Back with Quad Carbon Fiber Tips & Catless Downpipe
The M Town member and long awaited next generation M3/M4 has been transformed to offer a high-performance driving sensation and sportier sound characteristic.
Frequency Intelligent Exhaust provides the best of both worlds. It’s the perfect exhaust system for those who want to cruise in comfort and experience sport car resonance and Fi EXHAUST signature frequency at a press of a button.
The Fi EXHAUST has been rigorously tested to offer the highest performance and optimal sound frequency. The exhaust is built from a high grade stainless steel material and masterfully detailed and finished using TIG welding producing high quality and clean welds.
When valves are closed exhaust gasses are routed through the muffler resulting in a low-profile comfortable drive. When valves are fully open for maximum flow and performance it creates an intense sports car sound with signature Fi EXHAUST frequency.
Fi users can regulate a desired sound volume from quiet comfort to sporty aggressive using an OEM settings. In sport mode valves are opened, which improves exhaust gas flow, increases sound volume and spices up exhaust note
Fi users can also experience our vibrant exhaust sound on their own terms using our cutting edge Fi Pro Control System. Our sporty 2 button style remote control is lightweight, ergonomic and offers an intuitive way to switch between Street and Race sound profiles. The design is smooth and offers a nice grip, and the aluminum alloy ring can be customized in 14 different colors or switched to forged carbon rings with a unique marble-like texture.
Take the personalization further with our Fi Pro App available both App Store and Google Play. Search “Fi EXHAUST Pro '' to download and monitor real-time valve status with the help of our intuitive and user friendly interface. Assign Auto Mode preferences based on RPM/Speed/Turbo Boost. When Auto Mode is activated the system will intelligently open valves depending on the auto mode method and set data units, for example, at 3000 RPM.
Fi Pro Control System also addresses the CEL issue after changing to an aftermarket exhaust. On an engine startup Fi users can activate Auto Scan function to instantly scan and delete any CEL related to catalytic converter. This function can be activated on Fi Pro App and is available on selected car models. Manual debugging is also available to remove unwanted CEL related to catalytic converters.
BMW G80/G82 M3/M4 features:
．Full valvetronic exhaust system, which includes a front pipe, mid X-pipe,
valvetronic muffler and catless downpipe.
．Manufactured from a high-grade T304 stainless steel.
．Expert TIG welding techniques.
．Weight reduction compared to OEM/Stock exhaust.
．Street/Race exhaust sound profiles.
．Rigorously sound tuned exhaust sound frequency.
．Horsepower increase and low back pressure.
．Guaranteed bolt-on fitment using precision crafted design.
．Exhaust tips are available in 5 colors: silver, titanium blue, diamond black, gold and with carbon fiber.
．Fi intelligent ECU exhaust valve control valve flaps can be controlled using OEM stock settings.
．Fi intelligent ECU exhaust control valve flaps can also be controlled with Fi Pro Control System (optional).
．Compatible with OPF and non-OPF models.
Available for G80 / G82 M3 / M4 / Competition models.
BMW M3 G80 Competition (NON-OPF vehicle)
BMW M3 G80 Competition (NON-OPF vehicle)
Today we have a stock G82 M4 here, we’d like to show you how is the stock valved exhaust system functioning. Then, we will install Fi version of catback, the end section of exhaust where the valves are located. And we will show you the clip of this M4 installed with Fi catback with stock exhaust button and Fi catback with Fi PRO remote control system. The difference can easily be felt.
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