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  1. 2018 Mineral Gray F87 M2 - Eibach Pro-Kit Springs & Macht Schnell Spacers

    2018 Mineral Gray F87 M2 - Eibach Pro-Kit Springs & Macht Schnell Spacers

    Lowering springs and wheel spacers are very popular first mods for many of our customers. They are modifications often performed when the driver prefers to not deviate too far from the stock setup. This brand-new 2018 M2 stopped by today for its first set of mods. Its driver opted for Eibach's Pro-Kit springs are among the most widely used and have many applications. While lowering springs reduce wheel gap and improve aesthetics, handling and feel are also improved due to the car's center of gravity being lowered. Like other quality brands, Eibach springs will also keep the ride quality relatively comfortable. Once the springs were installed, we also installed 10mm Macht Schnell spacers all around. The driver requested a more conservative yet still flush-fitting wheel fitment so 10mm all around did the trick.

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

    Another F30 receives its first set of mods.

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  3. Matte Red E92 M3 from Belgium

    This M3 comes from one of our customers in Belgium, who was kind enough to let us share their great photos with you. Featuring a matte red vinyl wrap, this aggressively modified E92 is a real head-turner. The front bumper has been replaced by the Vorsteiner GTS5 front bumper, which integrates its own carbon fiber lip spoiler. In the rear an Eisenmann race exhaust system is accompanied by a Vorsteiner carbon fiber diffuser and a Vorsteiner carbon fiber trunk. More carbon fiber can be found by taking a look at the mirror caps, the hood vents, the kidney grilles and the fender gills. The 20" concave ADV.1 wheels give this M3 it's wide, planted stance while Eiback Pro-Kit springs drop the car to it's sporty ride-height. Inside, you will find BMW's own carbon fiber interior trim as well as the highly lusted after BMW Performance seats. All the modifications on this E92 work together to create a truly beastly looking M3. Enjoy

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  4. Black E60 M5 Gets Springs & Spacers

    By far one of the most popular modifications we perform here is the combination of lowering springs and wheel spacers. This otherwise stock E60 M5 came to us for a set of Eibach springs and Macht Schnell spacers measuring 12mm wide in the front and 10mm wide in the rear. The end result is an M5 that looks properly low and wide - just how it should have come from the factory.

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  5. Black & Yellow 535i

    In similar style to yesterday's Z4M, this 535i is dressed in a stealthy black appearance with a touch of bright yellow. After we installed a set of 19" Forgestar wheels, a Brembo big brake kit and Eibach lowering springs, this bike-racked F10 was instantly transformed into an aggressive looking adventure/sport sedan. We also installed Vorsteiner's stainless steel quad 90mm tip exhaust system, saving this 535i a whole 25lbs in weight, adding a exhaust note and giving the rear a distinctive M5-style look.

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  6. Kaiv's E92 M3 Puts Down 413whp On Our Dyno

    Equipped with the complete list of Macht Schnell bolt-on modifications and a tune, Kaiv's Alpine White E92 was able to set the record for the most powerful naturally aspirated M3 ever strapped to our dyno. We've seen a few M3's barely break the 400whp mark before, but this M3 put down an impressive 413whp! All this power doesn't go to waste though; as an avid track day attender this M3 is pushed to it's limits on a regular basis.

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  7. TE37SLs Installed on Silverstone E92 M3

    Eric's first visit to our shop was to get a pair of painted reflectors installed; he was instantly bitten by the mod bug. Over the course of few short months, this E92 got a supercharger, a big brake kit, full exhaust system, diffuser, springs and more! This past weekend at California Speedway was this M3's first time ever driving on a track. After the experience Eric wanted some lightweight wheels and sticky tires to match the power and braking performance of the car, so we installed a set of Volk TE37SL wheels wrapped in Hankook RS-3s. We'll have to wait for the next track event to see how they perform, but we expect that he'll be more than pleased with the new level of grip and response.

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  8. Silverstone VF620 E92 M3 with Yellow Brembos

    While this Silverstone M3 maintains a clean and elegant exterior due to the black chrome kidney and fender grills, carbon fiber mirrors, BMW Performance Carbon Fiber Splitters, Vorsteiner GTS-V Carbon Fiber Diffuser and OEM BMW M6 wheels, beneath it's skin lies a beast of a car. Giving the S65 V8 the desired amount of power is a VF Engineering VF620 Supercharger System and a Challenge Street X-Pipe, which was good enough for a 3rd place finish at our recent Dyno Day. To warn you of its hidden power, an Eisenmann Race Exhaust gives this M3 the muscle car-like V8 growl under heavy throttle. When you have all this power, it's necessary to properly balance the car with proper suspension and brakes. A firmer ride, reduced body roll and a lowered stance are all thanks to a set of Eibach Pro Springs. Finally, 6-piston front & 4-piston rear 380mm Brembo GT Brakes give this E92 the stopping power and flair that it deserves.

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  9. Melbourne Red E92 M3 with VMR V710s & Eibach Springs

    A subtle drop and some wider wheels can instantly transform a stock M3. These silver VMR V710s are 19"x9.5 et22 front and 19"x11.0" et25 rear, creating a more aggressive stance while still maintaining a clean, elegant style. Just look at the concavity of those rears! The Eibach lowering springs drop the car by 0.8" in the front and .06" in the rear; they definitely aren't the lowest springs out there, but they are certainly one of the most comfortable to drive on.

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  10. Space Gray E91 328xi in the Rain

    We got hit with a couple days of rain here in SoCal, but that hasn't stop people from modding their BMWs. Yesterday we had the pleasure of installing a set of Eibach springs on this E91 328xi wagon; the new drop combined with the BBS LMs gave this wagon an aggressive stance while still maintaining it's uniquely utilitarian presence. There's something strangely cool about a properly modded wagon, just take a look for yourself.

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