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BMS BMW N55 & B58 3.5" Billet Exhaust Tips - F Chassis M135i, M140i, M235i, M240i, 335i 340i & 440i

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These 3.5" billet exhaust tips are the perfect choice for easily dressing up your N55/B58 exhaust outlets. Machined from a solid block of billet aluminum and equipped with set screws so they go on easily and stay in place. No clamps for a clean appearance. 

Not for use with M-Performance exhaust systems.


• Available in Matte Black Jet Coating and Polished Barrel (Silver). 
• Easily installs over your factory tips 
• 25% larger than stock
• 3.5" in diameter 
• Solid billet aluminum construction
• Factory-like fit and appearance
• Made in USA

Burger Motorsports BMW F Chassis Slip-On N55 & B58 Exhaust Tips


Compatible With:

 2013+ BMW F20 F21 N55 M135i
 2013+ BMW F20 F21 B58 M140i

BMW 2 Series
2014+ BMW F22 F23 N55 M235i/ix
2017+ BMW F22 F23 B58 M240i/ix

BMW 3 Series
2012+ BMW F30 F31 N55 335i/ix
2016+ BMW F30 B58 340i/ix
2012+ BMW F34 GT N55 335i/ix

BMW 4 Series
2014+ F32 F33 N55 435i/ix
• 2014+ F36 Gran Coupe N55 435i/ix

Not for use with M-Performance exhaust systems.

Available in:

Matt Black

Polish Silver


Installation Guide

To install, remove your factory tips by pounding outward on the lower part of the tip with either a rubber mallet or a hammer. A small piece of wood can also be used between the hammer and the exhaust tip edge. This is done from under the rear of the car. Small medium taps will start the factory tip sliding off the actual exhaust pipe. Secure the tip before it comes off the end of the pipe with your hand. Make sure to keep it straight to not damage the inner spring clips. The cutouts must be facing straight up. Slide the BMS slip-on exhaust tip straight over the factory exhaust pipe. Carefully push the tip straight on until it stops. The tips should completely hide the pipe edge. There should be no gaps. You may want to cover the edge of the tip with a folded towel and lightly pound with a rubber mallet.