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  1. Space Grey Metallic F10 M5 feat. Dinan & ESS

    Dinan is an aftermarket performance parts manufacturer that is fairly well known with the BMW name. With a history of building race quality parts, Dinan knows how to make performance parts that are also durable and will likely outlast the life of many other components of a car. Dinan’s relationship with BMW is something special, as with most aftermarket parts there can be warranty voiding. With Dinan however, your BMWs warranty remains intact. If there are any problems however, Dinan has been known to cover the problem. The S1 Package is a common choice when picking Dinan modifications, including their Engine Software, Free Flow Exhaust, High Flow Carbon Fiber Intake, Performance Springs, Bushings, Strut Tower Braces, and Pedal Cover Set among other options (which vary depending on car).

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  2. Akrapovic - A Light Weight Upgrade

    An exhaust system is a mod done by many to not only increase power, but also improve the sound. This was exactly the case when we fitted this Austin Yellow F82 M4 with an Akrapovic Exhaust System, giving the car an iconic Akrapovic sound! Upon opening the valves and giving a couple revs, the owner of this M4 was most certainly pleased. Akrapovic rates even this slip on line of systems at about a 7.3 horsepower increase at 4,400 rpm and a 12.8 lb-ft torque increase at 2,350rpm. The slip on system weighs approximately 6.6 lbs lighter than the stock muffler section. With these specifications, there is definitely a gain in performance with the Akrapovic system. Coming with the Akrapovic system are the iconic carbon fiber tips. To match these tips, carbon fiber front splitters, and carbon fiber M Performance rear spoiler, the owner decided on adding some carbon fiber mirror caps.

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  3. Brand New M5 Gets The EAS Treatment

    For a lot people, taking delivery of their brand new BMW from the dealership would probably one of the highlights of their life. However, there are some people who know exactly how they want their car modified before they even get a chance to drive it. So was the case with this brand new Black Sapphire Metallic M5. Arriving at our shop on the back of a BMW dealership's delivery truck, this beautiful F10 got an EAS makeover with only 9 miles on the odometer.

    As is a priority with many M5s that come through our doors, this F10 required an exhaust worthy of the 560hp V8 under the hood: the Akrapovic Evolution titanium exhaust system. While this car came equipped with the 601M competition style wheels, the owner asked that we swap them with the standard 343M style wheels and a set of Macht Schnell wheel spacers. The exterior received several upgrades such as the RKP carbon fiber lip, the RKP carbon fiber diffuser, the BMW Performance carbon fiber spoiler, a set of IND carbon fiber mirrors and the ever popular IND painted cosmetic package. A black stainless steel "Powered by M" license plate frame and an M-engraved set of black aluminum BMWPedals give the finishing touches to this sleek M5. Now, it's finally ready to be driven and enjoyed.

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  4. Akrapovic Exhaust Installed on Alpine White 1M

    As one of the rarer BMWs made in recent years, it's a nice treat when we get to modify a 1M. This particualr Alpine White example came to us for a full exhaust system and some dyno testing. The Akrapovic Evolution exhaust system is made entirely of lightweight titanium (with carbon fiber tips), and features an optional wireless exhaust valve for on-the-fly sound adjustments. Combined with Akrapovic's stainless steel catless downpipes, the whole exhaust saves over 25lbs and gives the N54 powerplant new life. In stock form, this 1M recorded 322whp and 349wtq; with the new exhaust set-up, it recorded 343whp and 365wtq. A stock 1M is by all means and awesome car, but when this one left our shop it was lighter, louder and faster.

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  5. Frozen Gray & Rust Brown E92 M3

    This 2013 6SPD E92 M3 features one of the more unique color combinations that we've seen. On the outside, the Frozen Gray paint gives the car a stealthy yet menacing appearance. On the inside, Rust Brown extended leather creates an inviting presence while providing a colorful contrast to the monochrome exterior. Adding to the look of this E92 is a set of bronze 19" BC Forged wheels, BMW black chrome Edition grills, a BMW Performance exhaust and a BMW Performance carbon fiber rear spoiler.

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  6. Vorsteiner M6 in the Studio

    About a month ago we showed you a sneak peek of Vorsteiner's aero program for the new M6, now Vorsteiner has officially released their own studio photos.

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  7. Vorsteiner F13 M6

    Here's another BMW that you probably saw if you were at Bimmerfest last week. This Alpine White F13 M6 shows off the complete line-up of Vorsteiner carbon fiber exterior modifications including a front lip spoiler, trunk spoiler, diffuser and side skirts. Super concave, forged matte finished 21" VSE-003 wheels complete the aggressive look of the car. Enjoy.

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