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Already equipped with an Arkym body kit and a Fire Orange vinyl wrap, this E92 came to us for some power. With its 6.5PSI of boost and high capacity intercooler system, the ESS VT2-625 is the most popular supercharger that we install on M3s. In combination with the catless Macht Schnell Bypass Track Pipes and an Eisenmann Race muffler, we saw an increase of 190whp and 90wtq after we installed the supercharger. An Awron Kompressor 1 DGA gauge monitors the boost pressure as well as other vital measurements. To acheive its sporty stance the car is lowered on KW V3 coilovers and fitted with a set of 18" Volk TE37SL Black Edition Wheels, which measure 9.5" in the front and 10.5" in the rear. With its 530whp supercharged motor, aggressive orange & black body and its wide, lightweight wheels, this M3 is ready to show off on the street or track.
As one of the rarer BMWs made in recent years, it's a nice treat when we get to modify a 1M. This particualr Alpine White example came to us for a full exhaust system and some dyno testing. The Akrapovic Evolution exhaust system is made entirely of lightweight titanium (with carbon fiber tips), and features an optional wireless exhaust valve for on-the-fly sound adjustments. Combined with Akrapovic's stainless steel catless downpipes, the whole exhaust saves over 25lbs and gives the N54 powerplant new life. In stock form, this 1M recorded 322whp and 349wtq; with the new exhaust set-up, it recorded 343whp and 365wtq. A stock 1M is by all means and awesome car, but when this one left our shop it was lighter, louder and faster.
Painted in beautiful Monte Carlo Blue, this 2013 M5 is dialed in for a clean OEM+ style. The first order of business for this F10 was to eliminate all the chrome from the exterior; matte black OEM wheels along with IND's gloss black painted kidney grilles & side marker gills did the trick. Surrounded by Challenge's carbon fiber diffuser, the Eisenmann race exhaust system features large 102mm black tips and brings a whole new level of sound to this twin turbo V8 beast. For a lower and wider stance, we installed a set of H&R sport lowering springs in conjunction Macht Schnell wheel spacers. BMW's Performance carbon fiber rear spoiler, complete with a Monte Carlo Blue pinstripe, gives the finishing touches on this car.
This 2008 Alpine White M3 came to us for a big boost in performance. First and foremost on this sedan's list: an ESS VT2-625 supercharger system. Before installing the supercharger, this very loud M3 recorded almost 370whp & 275wtq equipped with an AFE intake, Eisenmann Race muffler and Gintani catless X-pipe. After the supercharger was installed, we saw almost 560whp and 365wtq! With all this new found power, it was time to change up the wheels and suspension too. We installed a set of 18" Volk TE37SLs wrapped in stick Hankook Ventus RS-3 tires and the KW adjustable lowering spring sleeve-over kit. These will enable this beastly M3 to put down its power. Listen to this sedan doing a run on our Dynojet below.
Yesterday we had the pleasure of installing some wheels on this brand new 435i. Wanting aggressive fitment, sharp styling and forged construction, the owner of this F32 opted for a set of Vorsteiner VSE-003 wheels. Finished in matte black, these new wheels instantly transformed this Sapphire Black coupe into a stealthy street machine.
So far, this is the most powerful F10 M5 we've ever seen on our dyno. Featuring a set of newly installed AMS catless downpipes mated to an Akrapovic Evolution exhaust system and a Switzer tune, this Sapphire Black beast put down a neck-snapping 633whp and 587wtq! Cosmetic modifications on this super-sedan include the IND painted cosmetic package, matte black painted OEM wheels and a set of Macht Schnell wheel spacers. Be sure to check out the video of the dyno run below to see and hear how fast this thing rips through 4th gear.
We currently have the pleasure of working on this very cool build. Our go to driver, Jordan Yost and his team at Yost Autosport, is building this Silverstone II E92 M3 into a proper race car. From YostAutosport.com:
This car is being built to comply with and/or be easily modified for three different sanctioning bodies; NARRA USGT Enduro, N.A.S.A. Pro Racing Western Endurance Racing Championship, and Grand-Am Continental Tire Sports Car Championship GS. As of right now Yost Autosport plans on campaigning this car in both NARRA USGT Enduro and N.A.S.A. Pro Racing Western Endurance Racing Championship races in 2014. While endurance racing will be our main focus you will likely see this car at other events as well such as Global Time Attack, EuroTuner GP, and MFest in 2014.
Check out these photos of how the car is coming along.
Having been purchased only 5 days earlier and still in its break-in phase, this Singapore Gray F10 M5 came to us for a few modifications. First on the list was replacing the stock wheels with a set of textured black 20" Vorsteiner V-FF 101 wheels. Next we installed a set of H&R Sport lowering springs, which help give the car a sporty stance by dropping it 1.0" in the front and 0.6" in the rear. Lastly, Macht Schnell wheel spacers give the finishing touches on this F10 by pushing the wheels out to the edges of the fenders. The end result is a darker, more aggressive street M5 that's itching finally exceed 5500 RPM.
Here's something we haven't seen before: a Takata Green vinyl-wrapped M3. Featuring a set of Volk Racing TE37SL Black Edition wheels, KW V3 coilovers and a Borla ATAK exhaust system, this E92 is wide, low and loud. The unique green exterior is complimented by IND's painted kidney grilles and fender gills, which eliminate the majority of the chrome on the car. Although this M3 may be minimally modded compared to some other cars we've seen, it's definitely still a head turner wherever it goes.
For those wanting more sound from their M3 yet want to keep their car as OEM as possible, the BMW Performance exhaust system is the perfect option. Made using the lightweight, superalloy steel called Inconel, this axleback exhaust system saves 20lbs over the stock system. The quad polished tips each feature a laser-etched M logo for some additional BMW flair.