monte carlo blue

  1. Monte Carlo Blue F10 M5 - Vorsteiner V-FF 107s

    H&R Springs and Vorsteiner V-FF 107s make for a sexy combo on this Monte Carlo Blue beast.

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  2. Monte Carlo Blue F10 M5 Goes IND and Arkym

    This M5 is keeping it simple, with a little bit of extra downforce.

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  3. One Sick M

    If you spend a bit of time on any online BMW forum, you'll begin to realize the crazy amount of competition that exists among modified M3s. Making it to the top requires careful planning and execution. This Monte Carlo Blue Individual E92 is certainly a contender to be a lot of people's perfect M3, so let's see why. Besides its rare color, one of the first things you'll probably notice are the 20" HRE 590RS wheels mounted in front of massive color-matched Brembo brakes. That combo on its own is already pretty sweet, but let's keep going. Obviously this M3 is lowered, but it's not just lowered on a set springs; KW Clubsport coilovers provide this E92 with a custom ride height and tuned handling.

    Lift the aluminum hood and you'll be greeted by a beautifully painted ESS VT2-625 supercharger system. Combined with the Akrapovic Evolution full titanium exhaust system, this high-reviving supercharged V8 wont feel even the slightest bit threatened around its younger, twin-turbo I6 siblings. With the introduction of boost, a boost gauge was required; the Awron gauge provided the cleanest and most functional solution for this particular car. Additional information is displayed on the M Performance steering wheel's screen, while the rest of the cockpit has been upgraded in a proper way. Custom painted Performance seats, custom stitched floor mats, carbon fiber, billet aluminum and Alcantara bits give this M3 the oxymoronic feel of a luxury race car.

    The exterior has been subtly adorned with a Mode Carbon front lip and an M Performance trunk spoiler, which features a color-matched pin-stripe, while the quad Akrapovic exhaust tips add the final touches of carbon fiber. In the end, this M3 is high-end, beautiful, functional, meticulously thought-out and insanely fast. This is one sick M indeed.

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  4. Saudi Arabian Monte Carlo Blue M5

    This Monte Carlo Blue F10 M5 spent the first year of its life on the roads of Saudi Arabia before coming over to the US. Now that it's here, it swung by our facility for a few cosmetic mods. Already equipped with an Akrapovic Evolution titanium exhaust system, it was time to rid the car of its chrome trim. To do this we installed a set of iND gloss black painted kidney grilles, side markers and a trunk badge. There was no need for the painted front reflectors on this M5, as only North American cars are required to have them! Enjoy.

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  5. Suspension & Exhaust Upgrades for a Monte Carlo Blue M5

    The KW HAS sleeve-over kit is quickly becoming the most popular suspension modification that we install on M5s. It makes sense why, considering the HAS kit is relatively inexpensive, allows for independent height adjustment, and fully retains the OEM EDC functionality. We installed one on this Monte Carlo Blue F10 and dialed in the customer's preferred ride height for a lower center of gravity and a sportier look. While on our lift, we also installed a Meisterschaft race exhaust system, featuring large oval tips and remote controlled valves. iND's black painted kidney grilles, black painted side markers and Monte Carlo Blue painted front reflectors all do their part to clean up the exterior of this beautiful M5.

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  6. McRae Splitters Installed on Monte Carlo Blue M5

    Modeled after the BMW Performance front splitters for the E9X M3, the RKP McRae Splitters are a perfect addition to the front of any F10 M5. We installed a set of these carbon fiber splitters on this Monte Carlo Blue LCI and the fitment was absolutely spot on. To balance the car out, this M5 also features the BMW Performance trunk spoiler in a matching 2x2 carbon fiber weave. BMW's gloss black kidney grilles and a set of custom matte black finished wheels provide a dark and sporty look for this subtly modified M5.

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  7. Monte Carlo Blue F30 Lowered on KW V1s

    This Monte Carlo Blue 328i M-Sport came to our facility for a suspension system upgrade. Previously running on a set of lowering springs, the owner of this F30 wanted to lower the car even further. To accomplish this, we installed a st of KW V1 coilovers. The V1s features factory preset dampening settings, yet they allow for independent height adjustments. With the coilovers installed, we were able to dial in the desired ride height and give this F30 its aggressive and sporty stance.

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  8. A Clean Monte Carlo Blue F10 M5

    Painted in beautiful Monte Carlo Blue, this 2013 M5 is dialed in for a clean OEM+ style. The first order of business for this F10 was to eliminate all the chrome from the exterior; matte black OEM wheels along with IND's gloss black painted kidney grilles & side marker gills did the trick. Surrounded by Challenge's carbon fiber diffuser, the Eisenmann race exhaust system features large 102mm black tips and brings a whole new level of sound to this twin turbo V8 beast. For a lower and wider stance, we installed a set of H&R sport lowering springs in conjunction Macht Schnell wheel spacers. BMW's Performance carbon fiber rear spoiler, complete with a Monte Carlo Blue pinstripe, gives the finishing touches on this car.

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  9. Monte Carlo Blue F10 M5 Gets an Eisenmann Exhaust

    As most F10 M5 owners would agree, the stock exhaust system is far too quiet for such a powerful car. By far the most popular modification we perform on the M5 is an aftermarket exhaust system. The owner of this Monte Carlo Blue F10 opted for the Eisenmann Race exhaust, which features quad 102mm polished tips accompanied by a deep, aggressive tone. To get rid of the OEM chrome trim, we installed IND's popular painted pieces for a sleeker look.

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  10. Monte Carlo Blue Supercharged E92 M3

    Featuring a color matched intake manifold, this ESS VT2-625 supercharged Monte Carlo Blue E92 is one clean M3. The sole exterior modification on this car is the carbon fiber BMW trunk spoiler, drawing more attention to the rare paint finish than just bolt-on parts. The interior features a BMW Performance steering wheel which happens to feature a blue stripe at the 12 o'clock position, subtly tying the car together. Spanning nearly the entire length of the underbody is the Akrapovic Evolution Titanium exhaust system, providing additional power gains and massive weight savings.

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