bmw f30

  1. Mineral Gray F30 340i - Dinan

    Dinan parts helped this F30 reach another level of performance.

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  2. Melbourne Red F30 335i - VMR V701

    A fiery F30 discovers some treasure.

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  3. Estoril Blue F30 335i - Dinan, M Performance

    OEM+ builds almost always turn out great.

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  4. Estoril Blue F30 340i - M Performance Style 763 M

    This 340i just went full M Performance.

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  5. Black Sapphire Metallic F30 328i - Eibach Springs & Vorsteiner V-FF 106

    Another F30 receives its first set of mods.

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  6. Mineral Gray F30 335i - Dinan Exhaust & H&R Sport Springs

    Louder and lower.

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  7. Estoril Blue F30 335i - Ohlins DFV Coilovers

    For road and track use.

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  8. Estoril Blue Metallic F30 340i - BBS LMs & M Performance

    Well-thought-out mods make for a well-looking car.

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  9. 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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  10. Black Sapphire Metallic F82 M4 - Carbon Fiber Aerodynamics

    Carbon Fiber and the F8X M3/M4 go together like peanut butter goes with jelly. The options seem limitless in terms of just how much carbon fiber parts can be put on the M4 straight from BMW. Every carbon fiber BMW part is the iconic 2x2 weave except for the roof which is a 1x1 pattern. This allows BMW to make their parts to the shape that they desire since 2x2 drapes much better than 1x1. Used less often by manufacturers is the plain weave (1x1). This is because 1x1 is a tighter knit fabric and is easier to handle without making any distortions in the weave. However, the tighter weave makes draping more difficult over a mold but usually provides more strength. When getting down to it carbon fiber typically has a “wet” process and a “dry” process. Parts that use the wet layup process are generally shiny but even for carbon fiber become heavy with the amount of resin used to cure.

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