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Wanting both more power and more sound, the owner of this F13 M6 came to us for a set of AMS' high-flow catted downpipes. Engineered for improved exhaust flow these downpipes not only increase power and torque, but also allow for instantaneous turbo spooling. Combined with the Meisterschaft full exhaust system, this M6 sounds like a true beast. Check out the video below to hear for yourself.
After installing a set of the most lusted after wheels, it became obvious that the stock brakes just weren't going to cut it anymore. The minimalist spoke pattern of the BBS FI wheel creates an open window to the brakes lurking behind; for this customer, FIs and OEM brakes were hardly an ideal match. Opting for a set of StopTech ST big brakes, the owner of this Alpine White E90 M3 took the opportunity to do things a little bit differently. Rather than going with the popular red or yellow caliper options, he chose blue. The end result works perfectly with the car, with blue looking more subtle than the traditional options but still providing the BBK flair that everyone wants.
If Batman drove a BMW, then there's a good chance it would be this one. Equipped with matte black OEM wheels, gloss black kidney grilles, gloss black fender gills, Sapphire Black reflectors, matte black exhaust tips and even black BMW roundels, this Sapphire Black F13 M6 is the epitome of "blacked out". While all these little modifications add up to create a sleek and dark appearance, this M6 owner wanted more. We had the opportunity to take this car to the next level by installing Vorsteiner's super aggressive rear diffuser. Featuring a 1x1 carbon fiber weave that matches the OEM roof, this piece instantly tied the whole car together and gave it an even sportier, more menacing appearance. Enjoy.
Working here has shown us that BMW owners have tastes ranging from mild to wild. While some M3 owners will only install a set of spacers and maybe some lowering springs, others will build a car like this. Featuring the Liberty Walk widebody kit & spoiler, a VF620 supercharger system, deep lipped MPC wheels, StopTech Trophy brakes, Ohlins coilovers, a Revinora front lip, a Vorsteiner rear diffuser, a full Meisterschaft exhaust system, custom painted & stitched Recaro Sportster CS seats and a unique off-white wrap, this M3 just demands attention.
This M5 is all about contrast: dark against light. The first modification you'll probably notice on this F10 are the HRE S101 wheels, featuring the unique combination a matte black center with a color-matched Alpine White lip. H&R lowering springs give the car its sporty stance. Next on the list would be the carbon fiber pieces by 3D Design; the front lip spoiler features color matched splitters for a more integrated look. The matching rear diffuser surrounds black OEM exhaust tips with bright white M logos. BMW's Performance carbon fiber rear spoiler sits neatly on the trunk with a white pinstripe running along its edge. Finally, IND painted kidney grilles, fender gills and reflectors eliminate the unnecessary chrome, red and orange from this M5 for a sleek and clean look.
This Alpine White 335i is a perfect example of how subtle mods can set a car apart from the rest. This F30 features H&R Sport Lowering Springs, which drop it 1.3 inches in the front and 0.7 inches in the rear. Combined with a set of 20" F10 M5 style wheels, the car looks planted with its low and wide stance. In the front, the BMW Performance front lip spoiler with color-matched splitters gives this M Sport an even more aggressive bumper. IND painted front reflectors, rear reflectors and painted keyhole cover add to the overall streamlined style. In the end, all these little modifications really add up to create a BMW that is sure to grab your attention.
M3Post member Longboarder is no stranger to our Dynojet. Beginning with a stock M3 and arriving with a supercharged, catless and methanol injected set-up, we've seen this Alpine White E92 on our dyno for almost every stage of the process. Over the past months this M3 has been transformed into a beast measuring in at 557whp and 364wtq SAE; thats 210whp and 109wq over stock! Be sure to watch Longboarder's video of this car performing at the most recent Shift S3ctor Airstrip Attack.
For a large percentage of our track enthusiast customers, the wheel brand of choice seems to be APEX. Being that they are lightweight, strong, affordable and aggressively sized, it's no wonder they are so popular on the track. This Titanium Silver E90 335i features a set of silver 18" EC-7 wheels and a set of ST coilovers for an aggressive stance and improved handling on both the street and track.
This past weekend we took our supercharged M3 and supercharged Z4M out to New Coalinga Municipal Airport for the Shift S3ctor Airstrip Attack. The two day event consisted of ½ mile side-by-side racing and trap speed competition on the closed-down runway. The turnout was phenomenal, ranging from several supercharged M3s, tuned AMGs, 1500whp Gallardos, 1300whp Ford GTs, 1000+whp GT-Rs, Ferrari F430s, an Aventador and many, many more modified cars. While our Z4M & M3 were consistently able to record speeds in the mid 140s and mid 150s respectively, the real show stopper was a black Underground Racing twin-turbo Gallardo, which recorded an astonishing 224mph. Finishing off the weekend was a truly unique (and entertaining) race between a food truck, fire engine, tow truck and even an RV pulling a 3-car trailer. As always, we took plenty of photos to share with everyone who wasn't lucky enough to attend. Enjoy.