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  1. 2017 Mineral White F80 M3 ZCP - Custom E85 Tune (722 whp!)

    2017 Mineral White F80 M3 ZCP - Custom E85 Tune (722 whp!)

    Another Bootmod3 OBD2-flashed car is in the 700 Horsepower Club! This M3 was custom-tuned on our in-house Dynojet with Cary Jordan's E85 Bootmod3 flash tune. The Pure Stage 2 turbos really flexed their muscles while laying down fantastic numbers. The drastic gains with E85 make stock runs are barely visible on the chart. Peak power was 722 whp @ 675 wtq, showing a whopping 283 whp gain over stock! Torque was dialed back slightly as clutch slippage was present at wide-open throttle. This is one M3 that is very civil for a night out on the town with all hell breaking loose when the pedal is mashed to the floor.

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  2. F10 M5 - Dyno Session

    Unleashing The Beast

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  3. 2016 Alpine White F86 X6M

    BMW’s X6M may look big, but don’t judge it by its size. 4.4 liters of pure twin turbocharged V-8 madness is always ready to take over the road.

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  4. EAS AC Schnitzer ACS4 M4

    Here at EAS we decided to kick off the summer with a whole new look!

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  5. Return of the Imola Red F80

    Named after the Imola F1 track in San Marino, Italy, Imola Red emerged due to Ralf Schumacher of Germany scoring his first win with BMW Williams in his FW-23. First seen on the E46, the color has become an icon for BMW M cars. Here at EAS we absolutely love the look of an Imola Red E92 M3, but seeing the paint on the F80 M3 always blows us away. Why aren’t there more new M3s with this color roaming about? Because the paint is only available through BMW’s Individual program.

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  6. An Evolution Racewerks Upgrade

    Searching for more power? A downpipe is an excellent source for horsepower! Since a turbocharger is essentially a pump, it’s important for the pipes leading up to and exiting the turbo to have unrestricted airflow. Factory downpipes generally are highly restrictive as they have catalyst material formed into "honeycomb" weaves. Exhaust gas must pass through these tiny "honeycomb" weaves on their way to the exhaust system thus causing a major exhaust flow restriction. It also causes turbulence after the catalytic converter which causes the exhaust flow to slow down.

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  7. Alpine White E82 1M

    Offered in 2011, the BMW E82 1M was offered in only 3 colors. Valencia Orange, Black Sapphire, and the classic Alpine White. Valencia Orange being the choice color, there is no doubt that the car looks stellar in Alpine White. This 1M is a more than acceptable example of one of the only 740 available units in the United States. Powered by the N54 twin-turbo 3.0 liter engine that produces 340 horsepower and 332 lb-ft of torque, the 1M was matched up against the E92 M3, returning shocking results. Being the lightest M car available, the 1M was more than capable of keeping up with the M3.

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  8. Estoril Blue F32 435i - Almost an M4

    Generating around 300 hp and 300 lb-ft of torque, the 435i is not a slow car. Competing with other newer cars in the same horsepower range like the STi, 370z, Mustang, Genesis, etc. the six-cylinder TwinPower Turbo motor is fairly easy to make push more power to the rear wheels. With that being said, this F32 has an AFE Intake, Evolution Racewerks Catless Downpipe, and JB4 to increase its power, easily surpassing the other cars in its class. To monitor what the car is doing with these mods, an AWRON Gauge was also installed.

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  9. Estoril Blue F30 328i

    An Estoril Blue BMW isn’t a very common sight, let alone this specific 328i, as it has modifications that make it quite the unique car. Wearing VMR V803 Wheels wrapped in Hankook Ventus V12 evo2 Tires as its shoes, the provided color flows very neutral with the Estoril Blue. The wheels don’t take attention away from the gorgeous deep blue, but are also noticeable and provide an aggressive appearance. Adding even more aggressive style to the F30 are the M Performance Front Splitters, Lip, and Trunk Spoiler.

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  10. Exhaust Tuning an M4

    This M4 gives a stock appearance however, quite the opposite is true. There are many parts to a complete exhaust system, but downpipes are a quick upgrade that can also increase performance. We installed Evolution Racewerks Downpipes on this M4 also adding as ESS E-Tronic Tuner and Macht Schnell Exhaust Valve Control Module. Whether you want your exhaust to be loud or quiet, the Macht Schnell EVC Module allows for full control over the exhaust at the touch of a button. A large horsepower increase of 50-60 whp is readily made available with the ESS E-Tronic Tuner that we installed in this car. Thanks to the E-Tronic, which has a sophisticated multi channel controller that has RPM and MAF integration, there is full control of boost at all RPM ranges and proper AFR calibrations that don't require splicing in to any factory wiring.

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