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  1. 2004 Supercharged E46 M3 - Status Gruppe

    Boost for the beast!

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  2. C63 AMG Gets Low With Modecarbon and H&R

    Although a Black Mercedes Benz C63 AMG has plenty of power from its 6.3 L engine, the exterior can be fairly boring in the cars stock form.

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  3. Vorsteiner V-FF 103 for Mercedes Benz E63 AMG

    Commonly modified is the Mercedes Benz C63 AMG; however these are becoming more and more dated as time goes by and Mercedes continues to launch newer higher performance model vehicles. What kinds of modifications are brought to mind when owning a C63? Other EAS customers have covered many different attributes of the car such as suspension and engine. Companies like Weistech come in handy for these types of modifications, to improve overall performance figures.

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  4. Vorsteiner V-FF 103 Wheels Installed on GT-R

    Vorsteiner recently released their new Flow Forged wheel line-up and we installed one of the very first sets on this Nissan GT-R. Available in four different styles, Vorsteiner's new Flow Forged wheels are on average 25% lighter, yet substantially stronger than traditional cast construction wheels. Featuring the new Carbon Graphite finish, this set of 20" V-FF 103 wheels are 12" wide in the rear to accommodate the massive 335/30 tires.  Take a quick look at how these sharp and aggressive wheels compliment this Black GT-R.

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  5. Mode Carbon Diffuser Installed on C63 AMG

    In its most recent visit to our shop, this Black C63 AMG had a Mode Carbon Lufstrom diffuser installed. Constructed with 2x2 weave carbon fiber and featuring an aggressive finned design, this diffuser improves the aerodynamics of the car while looking great wrapped around the quad Eisenmann exhaust tips. An Arkym trunk spoiler made from matching 2x2 weave carbon fiber further enhances this C63's style and performance.

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  6. Carbon Fiber for a Black C63 AMG

    This bone stock Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG came to us for a trio of Mode Carbon exterior modifications. The combination of a carbon fiber diffuser, carbon fiber trunk spoiler and carbon fiber side vents successfully gave this sedan the sporty look the owner was after. Even though carbon fiber doesn't provide any additional contrast on a black car like it would with other colors, the aggressively styled Mode Carbon pieces make themselves known by their shape. The next item on the list for this C63 is the matching Mode Carbon lip, which will really tie the whole car together.

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  7. Renntech Tuned E63 AMG on our Dyno & Scales

    This unassuming E63 AMG recently impressed us while strapped to our Dynojet. While it might look stock on the outside, this luxury sedan is actually a monster. Equipped with the Renntech Intermediate ECU tune,  BMC performance air filters and RADO catless downpipes, this beastly twin-turbo V8 managed to put down a staggering 630 HP and 735 LB-FT TQ at the wheels! We've actually had the opportunity to race this particular car in our supercharged M3 at last years Shift S3ctor event... we lost. After the dyno session, we put this E63 on our scales and recorded a weight of  4241 LBS and a nearly 50/50 weight distribution. From our own experiences, we know first hand that this car is not meant to be toyed with.

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  8. S54 Powered E36 M3 on the Dyno

    As an M3 enthusiast, if you saw this particular E36 on the street, you'd probably be impressed with the condition it's in. After all, this M3 is pushing 18 years and yet it still has its glossy black paint, a clean interior and its original 17" wheels. However, nothing about this car would lead you to believe that it's hiding something special under its hood: an S54 power plant. Taken from an E46 M3, the high-revving 3.2L engine and 6-speed manual transmission have been seamlessly transplanted into this E36 for a huge increase in performance. On the dyno, this car proved it by recording a healthy 293whp, which is substantially more than the 240 crank hp of the original S50 engine! After the dyno session we had the opportunity to corner balance this M3, dialing in a perfect 50/50 weight distribution.

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  9. Black F32 435i in the Wild

    The last time we saw this Black 435i we installed a set of Matte Black Vorsteiner VSE-003 wheels. However, by the time the car was finished, the sun had set and we only had time for some quick "in the shop" photos. Thankfully, the owner of this F32 was kind enough to recently send us some of his own photos (which are very excellent, by the way). Since we've seen it, the car has gained quite a few modifications, including H&R springs, an intake, a catless downpipe, a JB4 tune, methanol injection and some black painted accessories. From the looks of it, this highly tuned 435i is ready to take on the M4.

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  10. Blacked Out M6 gets a Vorsteiner Diffuser

    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.

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