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Imola Red was one of the colors that BMW offered on the original M3 sedan, the E36. Fast forward about twenty years, and the only way to get your hands on an Imola Red F80 M3 is through BMW's Individual program. It's worth it though; just look at this car! From the factory it's been fitted with carbon ceramic brakes, a Silverstone interior and a manual transmission. A KW HAS sleeve-over system dialed in the ride height for a sportier stance and improved response. For some extra power we installed an ESS E-Tronic tuner in combination with some Evolution Racwerks downpipes, which is a very potent combination. The exterior has been kept simple, with only the M Performance carbon fiber splitters and lip giving the front end a more aggressive look. With a paint job like this, sometimes less is more. Enjoy.
If you spend a bit of time on any online BMW forum, you'll begin to realize the crazy amount of competition that exists among modified M3s. Making it to the top requires careful planning and execution. This Monte Carlo Blue Individual E92 is certainly a contender to be a lot of people's perfect M3, so let's see why. Besides its rare color, one of the first things you'll probably notice are the 20" HRE 590RS wheels mounted in front of massive color-matched Brembo brakes. That combo on its own is already pretty sweet, but let's keep going. Obviously this M3 is lowered, but it's not just lowered on a set springs; KW Clubsport coilovers provide this E92 with a custom ride height and tuned handling.
Lift the aluminum hood and you'll be greeted by a beautifully painted ESS VT2-625 supercharger system. Combined with the Akrapovic Evolution full titanium exhaust system, this high-reviving supercharged V8 wont feel even the slightest bit threatened around its younger, twin-turbo I6 siblings. With the introduction of boost, a boost gauge was required; the Awron gauge provided the cleanest and most functional solution for this particular car. Additional information is displayed on the M Performance steering wheel's screen, while the rest of the cockpit has been upgraded in a proper way. Custom painted Performance seats, custom stitched floor mats, carbon fiber, billet aluminum and Alcantara bits give this M3 the oxymoronic feel of a luxury race car.
The exterior has been subtly adorned with a Mode Carbon front lip and an M Performance trunk spoiler, which features a color-matched pin-stripe, while the quad Akrapovic exhaust tips add the final touches of carbon fiber. In the end, this M3 is high-end, beautiful, functional, meticulously thought-out and insanely fast. This is one sick M indeed.
Speedhunters recently wrote a nice piece about the latest incarnation of the Yost Autosport E92 M3 race car. We were proud to be a large part of this build; we remember when this came to our shop as a bone stock Silverstone M3. Congrats to the Yost Autosport team and looking forward to a great 2015 season! Photos by Larry Chen. View the full article on Speedjunters here. Enjoy!
Because we usually focus on performance upgrades, its not too often that we get wagons coming through here. Recently, though, we did some work on this awesome Space Gray E61 535i. Featuring a set of BBS CH-R wheels, lowered suspension and a roof rack, this twin-turbo wagon has speed, utility and great looks. Enjoy!
Taking just one look at this car, you can tell the owner is a big fan of carbon fiber. Last week, we had the pleasure of installing a ton of cosmetic upgrades on this Alpine White F10 M5. The parts from 3D Design and iND work together to create one pretty impressive package. Although it was raining, we managed to snap some photos of the car's progress so far. The car is still waiting for some more parts to come in. Stay tuned for more coming soon!!
Here's some shots of a Vorsteiner E92 M3 featuring forged wheels and carbon fiber aero. For those who are looking to shave weight off their high-performance BMW, the Vorsteiner V-FF 103 wheels should definitely be on your list of must-haves. With a fitment of 19x9.5 in the front and 19x10.5 in the rear, these Carbon Graphite wheels provide elegant styling in addition to its weight-loss benefits. Topping off the package is the Vorsteiner GTS-V Carbon Fiber front spoiler and rear diffuser. These aero parts give the Alpine White M3 a more complete and aggressive look. Enjoy the photos!
It's always interesting to see how things change over time. When these two black M3 sedans stopped by our facility, we had put them side-by-side for a mini photoshoot. From a styling perspective, it's very clear that these two cars share the same heritage. The F80 features a more updated design with aggressive styling. The E90, although a generation older, still looks great with a traditional, iconic profile. As car enthusiasts, we're big fans of both cars. We only wish we had an E46 to throw into the mix!
This Alpine White E92 335i came to our facility for an upgrade to its handling. To do this we, installed a set of height adjustable coilovers from ST Suspsnesions. For those looking to lower their car, these coilovers are a step above normal lowering springs. The Speedtech Coilover System, which are manufactured by KW, boast excellent all around performance, providing a balance between performance, looks, and comfort. After the install, the car proudly flaunted its new, aggressive stance. Take a look at some photos of the finished result. Enjoy!
This E92 M3 came by to receive two of our most popular mods: lowering springs and spacers. To lower the car, we installed a set of H&R Race Springs, which dropped it by 1" in the front and .6" in the rear. These springs are great for those who are looking to improve the looks and handling of their car. With the car lowered, we moved on to the next step: making the car wider. We installed a set of Macht Schnell spacers, 12mm front and 10 mm rear, to push out the wheels to fill the fender. With these two mods, this M3 came out with a much more aggressive stance. We snapped some photos of the finished result. Enjoy!