TechTec Gives BMW 1-Series M Coupe a Tuning

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Think the BMW 1-Series M Coupe is fast? German tuner TechTec has now given the car several power upgrades that can increase its total output to 444hp. TechTec begins with an initial stage that will cost you €1,500 for an increase of 40hp with a performance of 375hp and 428 lb-ft of torque from the standard output of 335hp and 369 lb-ft. For €2,500 you can have a maximum performance of a 395hp.

And for an additional €800 you will get a new air cooler and a performance of 444hp and 465 lb-ft with an acceleration of 0-62 mph in a very fast time of 4.1 seconds. TechTec also offers a KW club sport suspension and an Akrapovic titanium exhaust system. Best of all, the tuner can remove the top-speed limiter.

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