SEMA 2011 RevoZport 1M Raze P450

The guys over at RevoZport have finally finished their 1M Raze P450 project, which is based on the BMW 1-Series M Coupe. The key ingredients of the project released at SEMA 2011 are an improved power-to-weight ratio and aerodynamic efficiency.

On the subject mass, a total weight reduction of 60kg achieved through the use of carbon fiber products. Regarding the power they managed to up the performance of the engine to a maximum output of 450hp. The performance package includes intake cone filters, a front mounted intercooler, BOV charge pipe, downpipes, ECU tuning with standback and plug and play harness. The titanium exhaust is made with TP340C Titanium from Japan and weighs only 7kg.

The exterior weight reduction treatment includes a lightweight bonnet, front splitter, front splitter brake duct kit, side skirts, lightweight trunk, trunk lip spoiler, GT spoiler with mount, roof spoiler, lightweight roof panel, rear diffuser, front grill, mirror covers and front & rear interior door cards.

RevoZport also fitted a custom vinyl wrap, Forgeline GA3R forged racing wheels, Sparco Pro 2000 sport seats with six-point racing harness, removed the rear seats and added a Piper Motorsport roll case.

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