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  1. Black Sapphire F80 M3 - Volk Racing TE37 Ultra M-Spec, 3D Design Carbon Rear Diffuser, KW V3 Coilovers

    Black Sapphire F80 M3 - Volk Racing TE37 Ultra M-Spec, 3D Design Carbon Rear Diffuser, KW V3 Coilovers

    Another tastefully done black= M3 graces the eas blog! This time, it's a Black Sapphire F80 M3 rolling on a quality set of Volk Racing TE37 Ultras. These TE37 Ultras are specifically the M-Spec version finished in Diamond Dark Gunmetal. It's really tough to go wrong with TE37s as these proven wheels look good on almost everything. The perfectly-dialed in ride height was provided by KW Variant 3 (V3) Coilovers. To complete the look of the car, a BMW M Performance Carbon Fiber Front Lip Spoiler is up front and a 3D Design Carbon Fiber Type 2 Rear Diffuser is on the rear. Overall, a very tastefully done build with top-quality parts!

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  2. 2017 Alpine White F82 M4 - KW V3 Coilovers & Flowform FF04

    2017 Alpine White F82 M4 - KW V3 Coilovers & Flowform FF04

    KW Coilovers are the go-to suspension upgrade for many of our customers who are upgrading either from stock or basic lowering springs. With proven motorsport pedigree, it's hard to go wrong with nay of KW's quality offerings. Their Version 3 (V3) Coilovers are an especilaly popular option due to features such as independently adjustable damping technology - rebound and compression damping.

    The separate and independently adjustable rebound- and compression damping allows for an individual suspension setup for different uses and preferences. The unique patented system with its two-stage valves allows a rebound damping adjustment (comfort) and a compression adjustment (driving dynamics) in the low-speed range while the high-speed range which controls the driving safety, is fixed.

    As far it is vehicle-specifically possible, the rebound damping is adjusted by a spindle at the end of the piston rod. Mainly, the traction phase (rebound) controls car body vibrations and also influences handling and comfort in the low-speed damping range. By using the traction phase adjustment, the vehicle can be adapted to the requirements of the driver. Moreover the driving behavior can be regulated from comfortably rolling to sporty and tense with improved road holding characteristics.

    The compression phase adjustment is carried out at the lower end of the shock absorber via our patented multi-purpose valve. The large number of pre-set parameters of this valve allows for a wide range of adjustment for individual use. The unique low-speed compression adjustment significantly distinguishes this technology from any other. In this compression range, the driving behavior of the vehicle is drastically influenced. An increase of the damping power supports the vehicle already during compression and therefore avoids rolling and pitching. The directional stability is significantly improved.

    Other features include:

    - "inox-line" stainless steel technology
    - Individual height adjustment
    - German TUV-tested adjustment parameters
    - High-quality components for long life
    - Comprehensive documentation for ease of use
    - Infinitely adjustable rebound damping
    - 14- level adjustable compression damping
    - Unique, independently functioning damping power adjustment

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  3. 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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  4. 2013 Fire Orange E92 M3 Lime Rock Park Edition - KW Variant 3 (V3) Coilover System

    2013 Fire Orange E92 M3 Lime Rock Park Edition -  KW  Variant 3 (V3) Coilover System

    The Lime Rock Park E92 M3 is a racer's delight. A quality coilover setup such as KW's Variant 3 system KW's Variant 3 system makes it even more delightful. The KW Variant 3 (V3) Coilover System is among the top suspension options for the road and track. The separate and independently adjustable rebound- and compression damping allows for an individual suspension setup for different uses and preferences.

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  5. Mineral Gray F80 M3 - KW V3 Coilovers

    The KW V3 coilovers feature individual height adjustability, separate and independently adjustable rebound and compression damping, which allows for an individual suspension setup for different uses and preferences.

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  6. Alpine White F85 X5 M - KW V3 Coilover System

    A hefty bruiser gets dynamic.

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  7. Silverstone F82 M4 - KW V3 Coilovers, APEX EC-7, LCI Taillights

    When the mod bug bites hard!

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  8. Sepang Blue Audi RS5 and HRE S101

    A blue Audi gets some fancy footwear.

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  9. Downforce USA Diffuser Installed on Frozen Blue M3

    The latest carbon fiber to be installed on everyone's favorite Frozen Blue Edition M3 is the Downforce USA 3-Piece Rear Diffuser. The large main diffuser piece features an aggressive design that extends deep under the car and wraps around the mufflers. Two matching carbon fiber rear side skirts complete the motorsport inspired look and further improve the car's aerodynamics. What's next for this unique E92? Stay tuned and you might just see the Downforce USA carbon fiber side skirts installed as well.

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  10. Battleship Gray F10 M5 on the Dyno

    In order to be different from the rest, this M5 features a unique exterior that certainly turns a lot of heads. Rather than keeping the OEM finish, the owner had his F10 wrapped in Battleship Gray vinyl and replaced the chrome accessories with IND black painted pieces. A Vorsteiner carbon fiber front lip was also painted black to match the rest of the exterior. Adding a healthy dose of color and contrast are bright red ADV.1 forged wheels, which sit in front of custom painted Brembo brakes. For its lowered stance, KW V3 coilovers have been installed and dialed in for an aggressive drop. This M5 isn't all about looks, though. Under the hood you'll find a set of AMS catless downpipes mated to a Meisterschaft exhaust system; a BMS Stage 1 tuner ties everything together and really brings this S63Tu engine to life. With dyno results showing 617 HP and 564 LB-FT TQ at the wheels, this is definitely not an M5 to be toyed with.

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