PSI is no stranger to modding the new M2 Competition series. So when this one showed up we were eager to play!
If you follow our social media, you will see our work on quite a few of these. Anywhere from light modifications such as reflectors and lips to full aero kits, suspension, tuning and more. We’re a pretty big fan of the potential that the S55 offers in the F87 chassis. So our enthusiasm to play with them and really push the limits is through the roof!
One of the biggest complaints we hear about these beauties is the eye-sore exhaust system. So, of course, in true PSI fashion, one Remus exhaust system was on order. If you’re unfamiliar with Remus, you definitely should make yourself familiar. They make some of the best systems available for BMW’s.
Their system for the M2C specifically, helps pull out those deep tones that the S55 lacks from the factory. We went with the axle-back system featuring their black / carbon tips. We highly anticipate adding their mid-pipes to this system, but for now, the axle back does the job. The carbon details in the tips add just the right amount of pop to make them stand out against the black paint and mix well with the carbon fiber aero.
Next on the list was getting her prepped for some new wheels. We grabbed a set of BC Racing, BR coilovers and got this thing sitting nicely. This is our second M2C rocking BC Racing coilovers and we gotta say we are definitely a fan. The ride quality is amazing and of course, the adjustability that’s offered by the BR kit is just the cherry on top.
The guys at BC Forged hooked us up with a set of RS41’s in a custom graphite grey. The graphite of the RS41’s also helps compliment the carbon fiber aero very well. As you may know from our previous M2C build blog, we are a huge fan of these wheels on the M2C. This style allows you to view the beautiful brake set up while still keeping a very classic look.
If you haven’t already, check out our previous post about our Hockenheim Silver M2C build.
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