Monthly Archives: February 2016

  1. Austin Yellow F82 M4 - Sports Mind

    Coming alongside the rise of the F8X M3/M4, BMW’s M Performance parts line also began to stand out more than before. In the first stages of M Performance parts development, carbon fiber roofs and bumpers (not bumper covers) were the big thing, being an option on cars like the E90/E92. Fast forward a bit and now BMW offers quite literally an entire range of modifications for many models. These modifications cover brakes, suspension, engine, aesthetics, and probably even some areas that we don’t know about.

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  2. Mineral Grey Metallic F82 M4 - Lightweight Lip

    As the name suggests, the Lightweight Front Splitter is pretty light weight. If you want to get proper about the companies name, Lightweight Titanauspuffanlagen won’t be the easiest name to remember or pronounce! Lightweight Performance has quite a bit of manufacturing experience under their belt. Located in Mittenaar, Germany, Lightweight offers many categories of upgrades like power, brakes, interior, rims, exhaust, chassis, suspension, and exterior. Not many Lightweight products are seen in the U.S. for the F8X but we’ve seen the front splitters moving fairly well.

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  3. Return of the Imola Red F80

    Named after the Imola F1 track in San Marino, Italy, Imola Red emerged due to Ralf Schumacher of Germany scoring his first win with BMW Williams in his FW-23. First seen on the E46, the color has become an icon for BMW M cars. Here at EAS we absolutely love the look of an Imola Red E92 M3, but seeing the paint on the F80 M3 always blows us away. Why aren’t there more new M3s with this color roaming about? Because the paint is only available through BMW’s Individual program.

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  4. LCI LED Tail Lights - F80 M3

    Do you have a 2015 model year F80 M3 or an F30 3-series and really like the tail lights that come on the newer 2016 models? EAS offers a full tail light conversion for your M3/F30! Get the tail lights today and have them installed on your vehicle to give your car a fresh look.

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  5. Akrapovic Exhaust Systems

    Established in 1990 by Igor Akrapovič during his racing career, there was a distinct lack of high-quality exhaust systems open for purchase to the public. Igor ended up designing his own exhaust system with the experience that he had gained in the motorcycle tuning field. At the time, it was common for exhaust systems to be made out of steel. Keeping weight in mind, Igor replaced steel with materials like carbon fiber and titanium. Akrapovič Exhaust Systems began with the motorcycle industry and grew to be a global exhaust supplier in the sport, being used in Moto GP, Superbike, Super sport, Supermoto, Motocross, and Enduro.

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  6. Frozen Silver Metallic F82 M4

    Being unavailable until March 2015, BMW matte finishes for the new M3 and M4 made their debut. Options included Frozen White, Frozen Black, Frozen Red, and Frozen Silver. With the release of the matte or ‘frozen’ paint schemes different BMW individual interior also became available. If you really want to put some extra money in to your F8X then going completely individual will help you do that. Fit the frozen paints with Opal White, Amaro Brown, Golden Brown, Cohiba Brown, Nutmeg, or Merino leather with Sakhir Orange, Yellow, Blue, or Silverstone stitching interior and it would be safe to say that no other F8X would be just as individual.

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  7. 2016 Grigio Medio F80 M3

    This Individual F80 M3 comes with quite a twist. Originally from the Italians over at Ferrari, Grigio Medio translates as Medium Gray. Not only is it rare to see a BMW with this paint color, but it is fairly rare to even see a Ferrari wearing Grigio Medio. The paint does very well with the M3’s body, enhancing the aggressive lines; all while keeping a sophisticated and not too flashy look.

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  8. F32 428i - M Performance Brake Upgrade

    Brakes are essential to a cars function both on the track and on the street. We trust in our brakes to bring us to a halt in emergency situations and to also help slow us down so we can enter a corner without flying off the track. Brake systems can be upgraded in couple of ways. Brake pads, fluid, calipers, and rotors are all parts of a braking system. We equipped this F32 428i with a set.

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  9. Porsche Macan S - AWE Tuning

    The Macan brought new life to Porsche’s SUV lineup. Competing with the X4 xDrive35i, the Macan has to put up a good fight. Offered in two different power outputs, a 340hp and a 400hp 3.6 liter V6 twin turbo, even with the cars all-wheel drive system it can launch from 0-60 in 5.0-5.2 seconds. All this while shifting rapidly with the Porsche Doppelkupplung (PDK) 7-speed dual clutch transmission.

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  10. Porsche 911 GT3 - Akrapovic Titanium Exhaust (Video)

    Remember that GT3 that we posted about a little while back? Hear the Sport Cup Line Akrapovic Titanium Exhaust on the car now!

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