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  1. 2018 Fire Orange F80 M3 ZCP, Part 3 - More M Performance!

    2018 Fire Orange F80 M3 ZCP, Part 3 - More M Performance!

    This Fire Orange regular came back for some more! Keeping in line with the OEM M Performance theme, the owner opted for additional factory upgrades--namely the M Performance exhaust system and the 763M wheels. These were certainly good choices as they made this orange beast look and sound even more mean. The black finish of the 763Ms goes well with the various carbon trim front to back and top to bottom on this car. The M Performance exhaust not only sounds great but also offers great weight savings, as the stock ZCP exhaust is still relatively heavy! All in all, this car is shaping up to be one of the best builds we've worked on. We can't wait to see what else is in store!

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  2. Alpine White E92 M3 - Liberty Walk

    Alpine White E92 M3 - Liberty Walk

    If one were to attend any of the numerous Southern California car shows that are held every weekend, it's very likely a car wearing an aftermarket widebody kit will be present. Among the top companies that produces these kits is Liberty Walk.

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  3. 2018 Black Sapphire Metallic F80 M3 ZCP - Macht Schnell Competition Spacers and Springs

    2018 Black Sapphire Metallic F80 M3 ZCP - Macht Schnell Competition Spacers and Springs

    Many of those 2018 cars are also looking to get their first modifications. Those first mods are very commonly lowering springs and wheel spacers. They both allow enthusiasts to transform their ride's look for relatively little investment (relative to a new set of coilovers and wheels!). This Black Sapphire Competition Package came by our shop for those exact mods. For Competition/ZCP cars on a moderate drop (as you would get with lowering springs), we reccomend a 12mm/10mm front/rear setup which was exactly what this car rolled with.

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  4. 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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