This is a 1991 BMW 750iL. It has a 5.0 V12 engine mated to a ZF 4-speed automatic. Slight Exhaust modification, center muffler removed and replaced with pipe, but mostly stock.
A correction here... the car is only running no ten cylinders.. that is due to two spark plug wires being broken off from the plugs. You may hear the popping sound in the video that this causes.
More videos to follow soon!
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BMW e32 750i V12 Autobahn 50-250KmH 300PS acceleration Beschleunigung must see BERG-AUF
Nochmal fett gedruckt: ES GING BERG-AUF. Mit zunehmender Steigung. (A19 Auffahrt Linstow richtung Rostock) Der Motor ist NICHT DEFEKT, ich pflege das Teil wie mein eigenes Kind. Habe den ganzen Wagen 2010 schon komplett zerlegt und generalüberholt und er läuft heut noch 1A und knackt in einigen Wochen die 200.000er Marke :-)
Ich werd bei leerer Autobahn nochmal ein Video machen aber einen Abschnitt mit gerader Strecke, weniger Verkehr und dann von 0 - 250.
1993 BMW 740i, featuring Kacey
The BMW 740i was in storage at the Luke house in Arizona. Kacey took it for a road test, and showed off his driving skills. These cars are so easy to drive; you just float down the road. One time Tyler and Josh got it impounded when they illegally parked it.
BMW 750iL Loud Exhaust and Intake Dynamic Running
A cheese-dick follow up on the BMW V12 Exhaust video. This is what the car sounds like from the "street" view orientation. Mods are as follows, twin 18 inch $60 glass pack mufflers, center section mufflers removed, airbox db killers removed, intake tubes (restrictors removed) and the EU flash for a high top speed limit. This was just playing around out in an abandoned housing development in the hill country. Shaky video in parts, my 7 year old helper did all the outside the car camera work and I did the inside stuff solo. Just wanted to update the car video since so many have asked to hear more of it. The V12 is BMW's best engine IMO and the 7 series is a rock solid play toy if you have the gas card to feed it!
BMW 750il, Making music with a German V12
This is my 1996 BMW 750il with the fabulous M70B54 engine, a 5.4 liter V-12 that revs to just short of 6,500 rpm. Car has the "protection" package, light armor bullet proof glass resistant to small caliber weapons. I found the car for $8k OTD as a trade in at a Lexus dealer in Houston with 102,300 miles on it. Sitting at about 125k miles now. The Exhaust has been chopped in true rat rod fashion, with a pair of 18" glasspacks at $60 each with 2.5" baffle cores doing all the Exhaust silencing not done by the catalysts. Since engine is a 60 degree V angle, same as older Ferrari V12's I am doing my best to make it sound like a Ferrari V12. The intake restrictors (sound deadeners) have been removed as have the internal airbox baffles. Power is short of 400 bhp but not by a lot. Total weight of car fueled is at 4800 lbs. ECU flash to remove USA 127 mph speed limiter is done, now the German market 155mph speed limiter is the only thing holding back the top end. The next step is larger throttle bodies, extrude honed 850i intake plenum and another airbox mod for a sharper intake note along with the total removal of the mufflers. The center section muffler has been cut out and replaced with twin 2.5" stainless tubes as well. I love this f-ing car! Wheels are e38 M Sport's with centering rings since they are "hub centric" bought for $14 on eBay. Individual throttle bodies in 51mm from the 60 degree Aprilia/Rotax V990 will go on once the stock ECU has died! That would sound PROPER!