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  1. Sleek and Aggressive 428i

    Although the 428i Gran Coupe has 4 doors, it still rivals its two door counterpart in performance, but provides a more spacious and elegant saloon style. This allows for sharing of the 240-hp and 255 lb-ft of torque at only 1,250 rpm from the 4-cylinder TwinPower Turbo 2.0L, with up to 4 others. To further increase the handling performance and aide in the aggressive yet sleek look of this Gran Coupe, we fitted it with a set of KW Coilovers and also equipped it with Hankook Ventus V12 Evo2 Tires for increased grip.

    A luxury of the 4-series is the customization that is available, allowing each owner to really make a car their own. The owner of this Gran Coupe decided to add many M Performance parts such as 19" Light Alloy Wheel Double-spoke M Wheels, M Door Sill Finishers, M Steering Wheel, and M Sideskirts. To keep a consistent color scheme that the M Performance parts added, we replaced the kidney and side grilles with black ones and reflectors with color matched ones from iND.

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  2. Mineral Gray M4 on Gunmetal VMR V810 Wheels

    Mineral Gray looks fantastic with a set of darker colored wheels. Recognizing this, the owner of this M4 went for a set of the popular 19" VMR V810 flow formed wheels finished in gunmetal. Combined with a set of H&R sport lowering springs and some wider Bridgestone Potenza tires, these VMR wheels give the car its aggressive and sporty stance. While it was here, we strapped this JB4 equipped F82 to our dyno to see what numbers it would put down. With some E85 mix fuel in the tank, it recorded 503hp and 518ft-lbs tq at the wheels! Take a quick look at this stealthy and powerful example of an M4 below. Enjoy.

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  3. Stealthy 335i Sedan Sleeper

    The owner of this triple black 335i wanted to extract additional power from his N54, but also wanted to maintain its stealthy appearance. To do this, we first installed the popular Burger Motorsport JB4 tuner in conjunction with a set of thermal coated Macht Schnell catless downpipes; together, they add substantial horsepower and decrease turbo lag. Concerned about heat build-up, we then installed the larger Evolution Racewerks intercooler and the twin oil cooler upgrade, both of which were black anodized for additional cooling and a hidden appearance. Having already been fitted with a set of Performance Friction brakes, this Black Sapphire E90 is more than ready to handle its new power. Enjoy.

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  4. Our Project M4 Competes in the European Car Tuner GP

    Every year we participate in the European Car Magazine Tuner GP with one of our project BMWs. Having previously competed with a supercharged E92 M3 and a supercharged E86 Z4M, this was the first year we showed up with a turbo car. With our M4 putting down 559hp and 605ft-lbs tq at the wheels, we made some changes prior to the event to help this beast handle the race track.

    While lowering springs are perfect for the street, the track demands a bit more. We opted for a set of KW Clubsport 2-way adjustable coilovers, which enabled us to dial-in the optimal settings for the highly technical Streets of Willow Raceway. We then installed a front/rear Brembo GT big brake kit for better stopping power and fade-free performance. Like many of our track-going customers, we installed a set of strong and lightweight 18" Apex EC-7 wheels wrapped in the event required Continental Extreme Contact DW tires.

    Just like every other year we've competed, we drove our M4 to and from the event to prove that it's a double duty street/track weapon. Our driver, Jordan Yost of Yost Autosport, piloted the F82 and put down some awesome lap times. To get all the details you'll have to wait for the European Car Tuner GP issue to hit newsstands sometime early next year, but for now you can check out these exclusive photos and video from the event. Enjoy!

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  5. JB4 & Downpipes Installed on Yas Marina Blue M4

    After taking care the wheels, suspension and cosmetics, this Yas Marina Blue M4 returned to get some additional horsepower. Just like our Austin Yellow M4, we plugged the Burger Motorsports JB4 tuner into this S55 to instantly boost the twin turbos' performance. To help this F82 make even more power we also swapped out the OEM downpipes with Evolution Racewerks' competition series catless downpipes, which are far less restrictive and allow for quicker spool times. While we didn't have a chance to strap this particular F82 to our Dynojet, we know from previous F8X dyno sessions that this M4 should be putting down somewhere around 520+ whp and 540+ wtq! Misson accomplished.

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  6. We Give our Austin Yellow M4 Some Extra Power

    Up until this point our project Austin Yellow M4 has recieved plenty of modifications, but its engine has remained stock. That changed earlier this week when we set out to sqeeze some more power out of this S55. The first order of business was swapping out the OEM exhaust with something much nicer. As has always been the case with our previous project cars, we opted to install the Akrapovic Evolution Titanium Exhaust System; this time we went with the carbon fiber tips. We then mated the new exhaust to a pair of Evolution Racewerks catless downpipes to create an even freer flowing system.

    With the exhaust taken care of, we plugged in a Burger Motorsport JB4 tuner, filled the car up with some 100 octane fuel and strapped it to our Dynojet. We were very pleased with the results: 559whp and 605ft-lbs tq! With our mission complete, we took our monster F82 out to the streets to record some sound clips and burnouts. Take a look below to hear and see this set-up for yourself. Enjoy!

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