• RDsport releases full F10 M5 S63TU V8 exhaust including downpipes, x-pipe, and rear section - $8,028.00

      Here is the RDsport exhaust for the F10 M5 with the S63TU V8. This is a full exhaust system going all the way from the turbos back with downpipes, x-pipe, and a rear section. The system looks pretty good, not the prettiest BimmerBoost has seen, but the appearance is solid. The pricing on it does not make it much of a value with retail at $8,028.00 with an estimated 8 hour install. 8 hours to install this? Really? How many breaks is that guy taking?

      The real question is, what are the power gains for the full system? Well, no dyno so we really don't know. The "claim" is that the gain is 21 horses at the crank. Asking for $8k without a dynograph to accompany the system is something RDsport should know better than doing. Pictures of the full system below.













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        Sticky -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by GhanemMBN Click here to enlarge
        Akra-best
        Based on what? Name?
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        GhanemMBN -
        Akrapovic
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        Sticky -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by GhanemMBN Click here to enlarge
        Akrapovic
        Weight
        Performance
        Sound
        Quality
        They have a great name definitely and their exhaust work is quality but these are just pipes. Essentially, tubes of metal.

        I mean for people into name brands Akrapovic is great but there will be many alternatives for this car offering a much greater value and likely more power. The car is new so we will see who has what but the area people are going to be picking up power in is going to be toward the front of the car, not the back.