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  1. Vorsteiner V-FF 102 & Carbon Fiber Aero on a F10 5-Series

    Function meets elegance. Here's an Alpine White F1 5-Series M-Sport with tons of parts from our friends at Vorsteiner. The V-FF 102 Flow Forged Wheels, finished in a Carbon Graphite, is exceptional for its strength to weight ratio. Vorsteiner's Flow Forged Technology is on average 25% lighter compared to a conventional cast construction, yet substantially stronger. These wheels have the performance to go along with its great styling. The car also features the Carbon Fiber Aero package which includes a Lip Spoiler, Trunk Spoiler, and Rear Diffuser. Feauturing Vorsteiner's Autoclaved Pre-Preg Carbon Fiber structure, these aero parts boast superior stiffness, strength, and durability when compared to traditional hand-laid carbon fiber composites. Check out these photos and let us know what you think. Enjoy!

     

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  2. Black on Black... on Orange

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  3. Dakar Yellow E92 M3

    The owner of this Individual Dakar Yellow E92 is all about creating a super clean, yet unique look for his M3. To give the car a more aggressive stance and improve the handling, top-of-the-line KW Clusport coilovers bring the car closer to the pavement while front and rear sets of Macht Schnell wheel spacers give the car a wider track. Additional power is gained with the popular combination of the Akrapovic Evolution exhaust, the Macht Schnell Stage 2 Intake and the Macht Schnell Performance underdrive pulleys. Exterior modifications include custom satin black powdercoated BMW 359 ZCP wheels, a Vorsteiner VRS Aero trunk, a Challenge GT Race carbon fiber rear diffuser, OSS angel eyes with black-out headlights, Revinora carbon fiber front lip and gloss black kidney grills & side gills. The end result is a high quality, aggressive build that maintains an almost OEM-like appearance.

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  4. Orange Fever's VF620 Supercharged E90 M3 Hits the Streets!

    Orange Fever's E90 M3 is the latest VF620 install to hit the streets. Being a daily driver at 70K miles, the output on the dyno was a bit low on the hp side. While performing a VIN check, we discovered the necessary Updates were not yet performed, contributing to the DCT lag plaguing the early >09 DCT builds.

    As a necessary precaution performed on all VF builds, the software is brought up to date before beginning work. This particular M3's ISTA/P version was brought up to 2.45, correcting the DCT lag and bringing all other modules up to date. A joyful side effect was a +23HP bump on the power side, just from updating.

    Click here to view the full modification list, studio photos and a dyno video!

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