motion control suspension
Posted: April 20, 2016||Tags: strom racing , personalization coding , motion control suspension , macht schnell stud conversion kit , macht schnell , m performance , ind , ground control , f22 m235i , f22 , dinan , cobra , carbon fiber , bridgestone , bmw m235i , bmw m performance , bmw f22 m235i , bmw f22 , bmw , black sapphire metallic , arc-8 , apex
With the release of the new BMW M2, enthusiasts are unsure of what the car is really capable of. Sure, there are videos out there comparing the car to the M4 like on Motortrend’s YouTube channel, but there is no comparison between watching a video and actually driving the car. Recently we had a build come to EAS that just might be equal if not better than the M2!
Posted: October 28, 2015||
Whether on the street or on the track, every driver wants to be comfortable. Switching out from his OMP racing seats, the owner of this Silver Grey Metallic E46 M3 decided to throw in some Recaro Speed seats. These Recaro seats aren’t the regular Speed seats by any means, featuring Black Avus Bolsters, Black Avus Insert Material, and a Red Recaro Logo and stitching, as well as a cutout in the center of the seat. Why a hole in the seat? Being a track enthusiast, the OMP seats that were previously installed no longer suited the owner’s needs, whereas the newly fitted Recaro seats now allowed for a 5 or 6 point racing harness.