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  1. EAS Pre-Painted Front Reflectors For BMW F8X M3/M4

    Our Pre-Painted Reflectors are a 100% direct swap solution for the ugly OEM amber reflectors, which ruin the sleek body lines of your M3/M4. Our Pre-Painted Reflectors are carefully prepped and color-matched to all standard BMW paint options for the F8X M3/M4.

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  2. Jerez Black E92 M3 - Swift Sport Springs

    Black or Blue?

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  3. Yas Marina Blue F80 M3 - M Performance & Volk Racing

    Proven parts are the order of the day.

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  4. Nardo Grey F80 M3

    This grey matters.

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  5. Azurite Black Metallic F80 M3 - Macht Schnell Sport Competition Springs

    Among the BMW Individual program is the Azurite Black Metallic paint. This color can be seen online when customizing an F80/F82 however the online image is not an accurate representation of how stunning the paint is in person.

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  6. F83 M4 - MagnaFlow Performance Exhaust

    As common as F80 M3s and F82 M4s are becoming, the F83 M4 Convertible isn’t seen around just as much. It is simply awesome to be able to take the performance of an M3/M4 and be able to drop the top down any time you like! Being nearly entirely the same, the F83 M4 can be mostly modified just like the F82 M4 Coupe counterpart. The owner of this car was seeking some more noise and a wider stance so we got him set up with a set of spacers and a system that was sure to satisfy the crave.

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  7. The Donington Special

    BMW has been known to give some of their cars and/or paint jobs special names, specifically after racetracks or events. For example, Laguna Seca Blue, Lime Rock Park, Dakar Yellow, Estoril Blue, Le Mans Blue, Imola Red, Montreal Blue, Valencia Orange, and Yas Marina Blue. There are many more BMW colors and editions that are named after where automotive history takes place but come the X5M and we get introduced to the stunning Donington Grey Metallic. Named after the Donington Park Circuit in Castle Donington, England the X5M clearly packs the same blood as its other M brothers.

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  8. Black Sapphire Metallic F82 M4 - Carbon Fiber Aerodynamics

    Carbon Fiber and the F8X M3/M4 go together like peanut butter goes with jelly. The options seem limitless in terms of just how much carbon fiber parts can be put on the M4 straight from BMW. Every carbon fiber BMW part is the iconic 2x2 weave except for the roof which is a 1x1 pattern. This allows BMW to make their parts to the shape that they desire since 2x2 drapes much better than 1x1. Used less often by manufacturers is the plain weave (1x1). This is because 1x1 is a tighter knit fabric and is easier to handle without making any distortions in the weave. However, the tighter weave makes draping more difficult over a mold but usually provides more strength. When getting down to it carbon fiber typically has a “wet” process and a “dry” process. Parts that use the wet layup process are generally shiny but even for carbon fiber become heavy with the amount of resin used to cure.

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  9. Austin Yellow M4 Gets A Small Makeover

    Sometimes the smallest changes can make the biggest difference. Make many small changes and there is no doubt there is an almost complete transformation. Being out for some time, the M4 has increasingly gained available modifications in both the aesthetic and power departments. For many, the M4 has plenty of get up and go so the modification list is immediately cut down. For excellent fitment and quality finish, BMW M Performance Parts are never a letdown. BMW offers different components for many parts of the car like the exhaust, aerodynamics, and many pieces of the interior.

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  10. Embracing German Heritage

    The BMW M6, available in convertible, coupe, or gran coupe form, is known for being a luxurious power house with a hefty price tag. Carrying the same S63 power plant from the F10 M5, the twin turbo V8 makes at least 550 horsepower. Just listening to the car you know that it means business with the loud spooling of the turbo systems and deep exhaust note. As standard equipment on newer M6 models, a stunning amount of carbon fiber dominates the interior, however more overpowering is the brilliant optional Sakhir Orange and Black Merino Leather.

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