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  1. Yas Marina Blue F80 M3 - M Performance & Volk Racing

    Proven parts are the order of the day.

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  2. Alpine White F82 M4 Competition - M Performance Carbon Fiber Front Splitters

    A ZCP gets a chin job.

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  3. Mercedes-AMG W205 C63S - Mode Carbon

    Stuttgart Stormtrooper

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  4. Yas Marina Blue F80 M3 - Sparco SPX Street

    Bolster up!

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  5. Elsa the F80 M3 and Vorsteiner Rear Diffuser

    Silverstone and carbon fiber is a tasteful combination.

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  6. An Individual M3

    Tanzanite Blue Metallic is the paint color that this F80 M3 rolled off the line with. Not only is the paint a BMW Individual option but so is the interior with Amaro Brown Extended Merino Leather w/ White Stitching. Put together, the custom paint and interior option total $4,250. That’s $1,950 for the paint and a whopping $2,300 for the interior. Adding even more to the price tag and individuality is the M Carbon Ceramic Brakes at $8,150. Prefer the 18” wheels over the 19” wheels? Choosing M Carbon Ceramic Brakes forces you to select a 19” set of wheels so the owner decided on the Light Alloy Double-Spoke Style 437 M Wheels over the Black. Essentially fully optioned, the owner requested even more be done.

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  7. M Performance M4

    As aggressive and fresh as the M4 looks from the factory, there is always room for improvement with any car. M Performance parts tend to be the go to parts when it comes to modifying the exterior of the F8X M3/M4. Made by BMW themselves, all of the parts are not only a guaranteed fit, but hold a high level of quality and give a top notch appearance to the car. For some, adding the carbon fiber M Performance splitters and the M Performance front lip make the front bumper the perfect height from the ground, while being on the stock M suspension. If adding the splitters, the mirror caps can’t be forgotten, adding an equally elegant and strong finish to this Mineral White Metallic M4's exterior.

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  8. F83 M4 Rollin' With The Top Down

    Just like the existing M3 and M4 models, the M4 Convertible is also powered by a 3.0-litre twin-turbo straight six engine that pumps out 317kW (425hp) and 550Nm (405 ft-lb of torque). Despite carrying around an extra 250kg (550 lbs) over the coupe, the open-top M4 can still reach its 60mph mark in a fairly snappy 4.4 seconds, which is three tenths slower than the coupe. Being an M Performance model, the drop-top M4 is lower, wider, and all around more aggressive than the 4 series convertibles.

    This Alpine White F83 M4 holds quite a unique look with its painted M Performance Front Lip, Carbon Fiber Splitters, and side skirts. The paint matched parts give the M4 a more ‘out of the factory’ look while still looking equally aggressive as non-painted M Performance parts. Peeking through the black iND Kidney Grilles a hint of red can be seen. Featuring the new Macht Schnell Intake Charge Scoops, this M4 has increased airflow to the intakes as the air is quite literally charging through the kidney grilles and being grabbed by the aggressive shape of the intakes. Finishing off the black and white color combo, this M4 sits on Vorsteiner V-FF 102 Wheels wrapped in Pirelli P Zero tires, 275/30/ZR20 Front, and 295/30/ZR20 Rear.

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  9. E46 Subframe Reinforcement

    Although slightly dated, the highly enhanced E46 body looks fantastic in all lighting conditions. The chunky arches hinting at the performance motor sitting underneath the hood bulge, the 4 subtle exhaust tips stemming from the rear, and the aggressive front bumper shown by the bottom eyelids, gives even non-car enthusiasts an idea of what the car is about. Being used like the car should, this Carbon Black E46 was in need of rear subframe reinforcement. With the entire rear underside being removed, it was a great time to upgrade all of the bushings to brand new Powerflex bushings which would ensure the prevention of any unnecessary sounds or wear from appearing from the rear for a long time.

    With the newly reinforced rear subframe, this E46 was ready to get back in to action, with its powerful StopTech brake kit. There is no doubt that this M3 look good with its bronze coated M wheels, carbon front splitters, and unique yellow headlight lens covers.

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  10. Akrapovic - A Light Weight Upgrade

    An exhaust system is a mod done by many to not only increase power, but also improve the sound. This was exactly the case when we fitted this Austin Yellow F82 M4 with an Akrapovic Exhaust System, giving the car an iconic Akrapovic sound! Upon opening the valves and giving a couple revs, the owner of this M4 was most certainly pleased. Akrapovic rates even this slip on line of systems at about a 7.3 horsepower increase at 4,400 rpm and a 12.8 lb-ft torque increase at 2,350rpm. The slip on system weighs approximately 6.6 lbs lighter than the stock muffler section. With these specifications, there is definitely a gain in performance with the Akrapovic system. Coming with the Akrapovic system are the iconic carbon fiber tips. To match these tips, carbon fiber front splitters, and carbon fiber M Performance rear spoiler, the owner decided on adding some carbon fiber mirror caps.

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