Let’s settle one thing from the outset. If you can say yes to the upcoming question I hate you. I do so with pure passion and there’s no getting round the problem.
Can you afford the option of fitting a massive tuning package for your BMW 1 Series M Coupe without asking what it costs?
The questions is available mostly due to the fact that Manhart Racing’s tuning division have made their MH1 S-Biturbo package available for the market.
They’ve done that without announcing the pricing for it. That’s a bit of a concern but the conversion is certainly desirable.
It’s a thorough package with starts off from the beginning as there’s new air guide with a carbon airbox and custom downpipes.
Cooling is also considerably improved because it has to keep the 3.0 liter inline six cylinder engine cooled. When your engine gets pumped up, keeping it from burning out is an issue.
Especially when your car has an extra 125 horsepower than the stock option. What it now has is 465 horsepower and 443 lbs-ft of torque.
There’s just now way you wouldn’t want that in your car. The Manhart MH1 S-BiTurbo kit comes with several aerodynamic tweaks of a minimal construction.
This is both because they’re made out of lightweight carbon fiber as well as because you have to be a major petrolhead to notice them.
Lesson over, let’s get to the driving. You will love the engine and its new output but you’re likely to take notice of the change the Continental Sport Contact 5P tires make as well.
Just in case you want to keep more connected with the mechanics of it all, Manhart fit a new screen inside to show some usable data of the whole thing.