Manhart Racing is specialized in tuning BMWs and now the company is releasing their program for the new M6. Thanks to this the Bavarian high-performance trio of M6 Coupé (F13), M6 Cabriolet (F12) and M6 Gran Coupé (F06) can be now enhanced through lowering, different wheel and tire combinations as well as performance
Manhart Racing has released some pictures and details for their latest project based on BMW E92 335i. A facelifted version powered by N55 3.0 liter twin scroll-turbo I6 with 306HP (225 kW) and 400Nm (295 lb-ft) of torque has been converted to N54, which is basically the same engine but with different turbochargers.
Of course, the engine is going to have a MHR Stage 5 Power Upgrade. This boosts the N54 to over 500HP (368 kW). This will happen thanks to a number of upgrades.
A stock 335i accelerates from 0
Manhart BMW M3 E92 MH3 V8 R Biturbo Convertible is the next exciting project that the specialists from Manhart Racing have prepared for us today. The performance professionals, based in Wuppertal, Germany, achieved the goal to create the quickest and most powerful convertible.
What helped them achieve this aim is the 4.4 litre V8 twin-turbo engine from the X6 M, fitted with a large carbon-fibre cover. Additionally, they developed software, whi
Manhart BMW M5 MH5 S Biturbo is a reworked version of the current BMW M5 by the performance specialists of Manhart Racing. They have equipped it with MH5 S Biturbo, which makes the vehicle visually and technically more impressive than ever before.
The goal was to turn the M5 into a lightweight racing car through red
Manhart Racing latest creation is the performance conversion of a BMW 1M Coupé, known after the transformation Manhart BMW MH1 S Biturbo. Here the specialists focused on the increase of the six-piston engine's performance by biturbo charging.
What they have done at first is to optimize the factory-side motor software. In addition the have included a completely new air guide with carbon airbox and new downpipes.
Moreover, to be everything perfect and in order they have installed a large charging air cooler an
The MH1 S BiTurbo is the latest project of Manhart Racing. It is based on BMW 1-Series ///M.
The engine is a 3.0 liter twin-turbocharged in-line six with 415HP (305 kW), which means that the small BMW will be faster than the current M3 and Porsche 997 Carrera GTS. The result is thanks to new sports exhaust system including stainless steel mufflers and an ECU re-map.
The new exhaust system not only provides more horsepower, but a nice deeper and aggressive sound.
Manhart Racing also has
Manhart Racing has presented the brutal Manhart Racing MH5 S-Biturbo based on BMW M5 F10.
The engine is a 4.4 liter Bi-turbo V8 delivering 633HP (466 kW) and 780Nm (575 lb-ft) on Stage I – an increase of 73HP and 100Nm.
The Stage two will be presented later as well as the Stage III, which will produce 670HP (493 kW) and 735HP (541 kW), respectively.
This will require additional modifications on the turbochargers, downpipes and the exhaust-gas system. For a powerful V8 sound and a general power boost, Ma
Manhart Racing has revealed the most brutal E92 3-Series, which you can imagine. After the previous project – MH3 V8R with 655PS (482 kW), the tuning company is ready with the new one - the MH3 V8 RS Clubsport.
Firstly, the exterior is entirely modified in order to get maximum downforce. The aerodynamics package includes a front spoiler, modified hood, a pair of side skirts, wheel arch extensions, trunk li, an enormous adjustable rear wing and a rear diffuser. All parts are made from carbon
M3, M5, M6 ... What was really lacking in this sequence was a smaller M1, which – with due respect to its famous predecessor of the same name – has now been officially called "1 Series M Coupe" by BMW. The engineers at BMW M GmbH are mighty proud of their smallest M-Racer, which thanks to an in-line six cylinder engine with TwinPower Turbo-charging and direct fuel injection, sends out a whopping 340 hp on the crankshaft. Alongside so much power, even a Porsche Cayman R must back off.
Manhart Racing are famous with their brutal projects. This time, they put a mighty 4.4 liter V8 twin-turbo engine from X6M into E92 M3. The name of the project is Manhart V8R.
Furthermore, the engine is boosted to the staggering 734PS (540 kW) and 870Nm (644 lb-ft) of torque. 0 to 100 km/h in 3.3 seconds and top speed of more than 330 km/h.
Of course, the M3 also received some aerodynamics modifications and new paint job. The interior boasts BMW performance seats.
In the video, Manhart
BMW X6M is one of the fastest vehicles on the road. Powered by the staggering 4.4 liter twin-turbo V8, which deliver 555PS and 678Nm of torque (500 lb-ft). The Sports Activity Coupe (SAC) reaches 275 km/h (170 mph) and accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in 4.7 seconds, which suits to a sports car, not to a 2.4 ton vehicle.
Manhart Racing offers performance package for X6M, which includes ECU remap and new calibrations for the new stainless steel exhaust system with four 90 mm tailpipes and two 200-cell HJS racing
BMW E92 M3 is originally powered by a monstrous naturally aspirated 4.0 liter V8 delivering 420hp. Obviously that is not enough to compete against mighty Porsche 997 Turbo.
The Manhart M3 Coupe is powered the powerful V10, which originally is developed by BMW AG for M5 and M6 cars. On the top of this, after a slight tuning the 5.0 liter develops 550 hp and the Coupe becomes not only more powerful than Porsche Turbo, but also by its larger brother, the GT2 with 530 hp.
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