aFe Releases the New Twisted Steel Down Pipe for the 2012 BMW 328i (F30) L4-2.0L (Turbo) N20

advanced FLOW engineering is proud to announce the release of the all new Twisted Steel Down Pipe for the 2012 BMW 328i (F30 L4-2.0L (Turbo) N20 (P/N 48-46303) or ceramic coated (P/N 48-46303-C).

This aFe Power Cat-Delete Down-Pipe eliminates the catalytic converter for maximum exhaust flow for the popular 2012 BMW 328i with the N20 turbo motor. In recent Dyno testing, this race pipe produced 13hp and 29lbs. x ft. torque and outflowed the factory down pipe by 287%. This system uses a 4" diameter tube and progressively tapers to increase exhaust velocity and usable torque. This high performance race pipe is constructed out of lightweight, TIG-welded 4" stainless steel.

P/N 48-46303 is being offered around $408.98 and P/N 48-46303-C around $523.95 and is available for pre-order now.
advanced FLOW engineering (aFe Power), is a manufacturer of high performance cold air intakes, air filters, fluid filters, exhaust systems, intake manifolds, intercoolers, turbochargers, programmers, differential covers, transmission pans and throttle body spacers for late model cars, trucks, SUV's and motorcycles.

For more information on this or any other aFe product, please visit our website at www.aFepower.com or contact our Power Professionals at (888) 901-7693.

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