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  1. 2016 Fire Orange F83 M4

    Introduced to the BMW world via the E92 M3 GTS, Fire Orange has been a color worn on only a few BMW vehicles. We’ve seen other BMWs in Fire Orange like an M6 and of course Lime Rock Park M3s, but for the new generation of F8X cars this M4 was a first for us.

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  2. BMW F82 M4 - The Austin Yellow Treatment - Continued

    When adding a ton of yellow to your already yellow car isn’t enough, adding even more yellow couldn’t possibly hurt…right? With the Austin Yellow F82, adding even more yellow doesn’t appear to be a bad idea. At no point do your eyes get lost when looking at the car. The body still flows as it would with a stock M4. Aiding in the clean appearance of this car is the Austin Yellow and black combination. Yellow tends to go well with black trim pieces. As a matter of fact, the EAS M4 also houses a complete black painted grille set from iND.

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  3. Mineral White F82 M4 - Quite The Package

    The S55 engine is a highly capable motor in the newer M3 and M4. Being taken to the track fairly often, the owner of this Mineral White F82 was seeking more performance to decrease lap times. When preparing a car for the track, safety should come before anything. In the event of an accident the driver must be in as good preparation as possible. Following behind safety is usability and functionality. Although price tags can be rather high, the money spent on performance aftermarket components is well worth it as most high end manufacturers goals are to exceed and outperform original manufacturer components.

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  4. Fire Orange E63 M6 Gets Benchmarked

    Here's a unique color: Fire Orange. This custom wrapped E63 M6 coupe came to us looking to add power to match its fast looks. We installed an ESS tune on it which maximizes the performance of the S85 V10 engine. Next, we strapped it to our Dynojet dyno to find out exactly how much power this car put to the ground. In combination with the RPI Scoops, RPI Full Exhaust, RD Underdrive Pulleys, and BMC Air Filter, this bright M6 churned out a respectable 472hp and 354ft-lbs tq at the wheels. We can't wait for what the owner plans next for his Fire Orange beauty. Enjoy!

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  5. Alpine White M4 gets a Drop

    Almost every M owner that comes through our shop seems to agree on one thing: their car needs a drop. Such is the case with this Alpine White M4, which opted for the popular KW HAS adjustable lowering spring kit. With the ride height dialed-in we then installed a few more popular goodies, including gloss black kidney grilles, iND painted reflectors and a pair of BMC high performance air filters. Sometimes, like is the case for this F82, a car needs only a few small tweaks to be considered perfect by its owner. Enjoy.

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  6. Lowered M4 on 359 GTS Wheels

    This customer wasted no time in modifying their new Alpine White F82 M4. Right off the bat, the 437 M wheels were replaced with the E9X M3's 359 GTS wheels, along with a set of 10mm Macht Schnell spacers in the front. Behind the matte black wheels, the factory's blue brake calipers were swapped out for identical red ones. H&R Sport lowering springs got rid of the unsightly wheel gap and stiffened up the car's handling performance. Under the hood we removed the stock paper air filters and installed a pair of BMC high performance air filters, which are good for a bit of extra horsepower. Inside, the high-tech Awron DGA gauge displays several pages of real time data while seamlessly blending with the OEM interior. And, as is the case with pretty much every other F8X we've seen so far, this M4's exterior has been streamlined with iND's kidney grille surrounds, side markers and front reflectors. Enjoy.

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