CORSA Offers Diamond Black Line Of BMW Exhaust Systems

CORSA Offers Diamond Black Line Of BMW Exhaust Systems

CORSA TipCORSA Performance has developed new BMW exhaust systems with Diamond Black tips, which are now available through select retailers and distributors nationwide.

The custom exhaust tips feature a Diamond Black finish on CORSA’s signature Pro Series Tips, which are manufactured from high-quality, 304L polished stainless steel and laser etched with the CORSA logo. CORSA offers the Diamond Black tips on its premium stainless steel cat-back and axle-back exhaust systems available for all 1992-2014 BMW models including the M brand as well as the 1, 3 and 5 Series.

“We are continually investing in the design and engineering of our high-performance exhaust systems, which have successfully delivered our signature performance gains and bold sound to the BMW market for many years,” said Craig R. Kohrs, VP and general manager, TMG Performance Products. “The Black Diamond exhaust tips answer BMW enthusiasts’ preference for distinct, luxury car appearance.”

The BMW exhaust line features CORSA’s patented Reflective Sound Cancellation (RSC) technology, which specifically tunes each system to deliver a full-bodied race car inspired sound with increased power under throttle while maintaining a drone-free interior sound at cruising speeds.

Installation hardware and an illustrated installation guide are included with the exhaust systems, which can be purchased through select retailers and distributors nationwide. As with all CORSA systems, these new additions will carry a limited lifetime warranty. Polished stainless steel exhaust systems are also available for CORSA’s complete BMW line.

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