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  1. 2004 Silver Grey E46 M3 - Recaro Sportster CS & Stoptech Big Brake Kit

    2004 Silver Grey E46 M3 - Recaro Sportster CS & Stoptech Big Brake Kit

    Sometimes, when you've had a car for a few years, it's good to change things up. This 2004 M3 had been owned by its driver for a long while and has remained mostly stock for their ownership. Being a long-time EAS customer with multiple BMWs, this M3's owner decided that this classic beauty was in need of some upgrades. The factory seats at this point were looking tired and had worn-out bolsters. So in went a pair of Recaro Sportster CS Reclining Seats, breathing new life into the 15-year old interior. Despite being a more modern seat design, the Sportster CS didn't look out of place at all in the E46's cockpit.

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  2. 2005 Carbon Black E46 M3 - KW V3 & Sparco SPX

    2005 Carbon Black E46 M3 - KW V3 & Sparco SPX

    Upgrading your car's seats and suspension system are some of the most worthwhile modifications you can make. While a upgrade such as coilovers can dramatically change the way the car handles and feels on the road, in many ways, swapping out the seat is an even bigger change. Along with the steering wheel, pedals, and shift knob, the seat is a major touch point; one of the main ways (if not the main way) the driver interacts with a car. Most factory seats are a one-size-fits-all sort of deal and do not do the best job in keeping the driver in place during sportier driving. A good aftermarket seat with more aggressive bolstering would do better in keeping the driver in place under high performance driving, comfortably. The Sparco SPX is a good example of said type of seat.

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  3. 2002 Laguna Seca Blue E46 M3 - AST 5100 Coilovers & Titan 7 T-R10s

    2002 Laguna Seca Blue E46 M3 - AST 5100 Coilovers & Titan 7 T-R10s

    This old blue warrior was in need of some big performance upgrades! The old and tired factory suspension was replaced with AST 5100 Series Coilovers. The 5100 Series shock absorbers utilise inverted / upside down technology. The inverted design is race proven technology and produces an extremely strong damper, providing better suspension geometry under heavy lateral and braking loads as seen in a road and track environment.

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  4. Interlagos Blue E46 M3 Competition - Recaro Sportster CS

    Interlagos Blue E46 M3 Competition - Recaro Sportster CS

    Seats really do make the car. A high quality reclining seat from a company such as Recaro is oftentimes a major upgrade from your average factory seat with squishy bolsters and a lack of back support. A great example of said seat is Recaro's Sportster CS. The Sportster CS is inspired by motorsport seat design with an integral headrest that features harness pass-throughs and aggressive bolstering. The design is good blend of luxury and sport and would look right in almost all performance cars. Recaro seats not only hug you firmly during high performance driving but they can also keep you nice and comfortable during road trips. Recaro seats are designed to align the spinal cord in its most natural position. The driver's back muscles will actually become more relaxed the longer they sit in the seat.

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  5. Titanium Silver E46 M3 - Titan 7 T-S5

    Titanium Silver E46 M3 - Titan 7 T-S5

    Titan7's line of lightweight and forged wheels are becoming an increasingly popular option. At $1880 a set, Titan7's wheels offer serious performance for the money. Much like Rays Engineering wheels, Titan7s are forged with a 10,000-ton press. Compared to wheels that are cast or flow-forged, the Titan7 wheels offer superior, world-class durability that'll hold up to hardcore track use. The clean and elegant motorsport-derived designs will also look right at home on an enthusiast's pride and joy like this timeless Titanium Silver E46 M3.

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