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  1. F83 M4 Rollin' With The Top Down

    Just like the existing M3 and M4 models, the M4 Convertible is also powered by a 3.0-litre twin-turbo straight six engine that pumps out 317kW (425hp) and 550Nm (405 ft-lb of torque). Despite carrying around an extra 250kg (550 lbs) over the coupe, the open-top M4 can still reach its 60mph mark in a fairly snappy 4.4 seconds, which is three tenths slower than the coupe. Being an M Performance model, the drop-top M4 is lower, wider, and all around more aggressive than the 4 series convertibles.

    This Alpine White F83 M4 holds quite a unique look with its painted M Performance Front Lip, Carbon Fiber Splitters, and side skirts. The paint matched parts give the M4 a more ‘out of the factory’ look while still looking equally aggressive as non-painted M Performance parts. Peeking through the black iND Kidney Grilles a hint of red can be seen. Featuring the new Macht Schnell Intake Charge Scoops, this M4 has increased airflow to the intakes as the air is quite literally charging through the kidney grilles and being grabbed by the aggressive shape of the intakes. Finishing off the black and white color combo, this M4 sits on Vorsteiner V-FF 102 Wheels wrapped in Pirelli P Zero tires, 275/30/ZR20 Front, and 295/30/ZR20 Rear.

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  2. AMS Catless Downpipes Installed on F10 M5

    While most M5 owners are content with replacing their stock exhaust system with a proper sounding aftermarket one, some owners want their M5 to sound truly aggressive. This Alpine White F10 features the AMS S63Tu catless downpipes mated to the Akrapovic Evolution titanium exhaust for maximum power gains, super quick turbo spooling and a beastly sound. Weighing a fraction of the stock downpipes, the 80mm AMS downpipes are made using mandrel bent, TIG welded T304 stainless steel to maximize exhaust flow. Watch the video and check out the dyno graph to see how these downpipes turned this M5 into a monster.

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  3. Interlagos Blue VF620 M3 Sedan at Sonoma Raceway

    This frequent customer of ours and the owner of this Interlagos Blue E90 M3 is addicted to track days. When this car first came into our shop it was in 100% bone stock form; that same day we installed a 620hp supercharger kit. Since then we've seen this car slowly evolve into the subtle, purpose built track-day/daily-driver machine that it is now. Equipped with a set of high-end and exclusive JRZ coilovers, super lightweight 10" wide APEX wheels, ultra sticky Hankook Ventus TD tires, powerful AP Racing brakes and Vorshlag adjustable camber plates, this is one of the best feeling M3's we've had the pleasure of driving. Here are some photos by Cali Photography from a recent track day event at Sonoma Raceway. Enjoy.

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  4. Frozen Silver M3

    Featuring a unique and beautiful individual finish called Frozen Silver, this E92 M3 came to our shop for a new set of wheels. The 18" staggered gloss black Volk TE37SL wheels create a wonderful contrast against the smooth matte finished, metallic paint. Giving this M3 it's properly lowered stance is a set of KW's top of the line suspension system, the Clubsport coilovers. The Akrapovic Evolution titanium exhaust is the perfect match for this clean, subtle and unique M3. Enjoy.

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  5. A Subtle Mineral White E92 M3 ZCP

    This Mineral White M3 visited us to get a wider stance and a louder exhaust. Being a ZCP equipped car with its stock wheels and suspension, we recommended a 15mm front and 12mm rear combo of Macht Schnell wheel spacers for a perfectly wide stance. To add some decibels to this M3 we performed an OEM exhaust mod to create an aggressive tone without changing the appearance of the stock exhaust. A color-matched BMW Performance carbon fiber spoiler subtly replaces the smaller stock spoiler for a sportier look.

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  6. Space Gray M3 gets Satin Black V710 Wheels

    A new set of wheels and a drop really does a lot to change the overall look of a car. This Space Gray E92 M3 came to use to have a set of custom satin black powdercoated, wide fitment VMR V710s installed. Combined with the KW adjustable sleeve-over kit, this M3 now sits lower and wider than it ever did before. A Vorsteiner carbon fiber lip and BMW Performance carbon fiber spoiler along with some black chrome accent pieces complete the dark, aggressive look of the car.

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  7. Eisenmann Race Exhaust Installed on Silverstone F10 M5

    As most F10 M5 owners discover, the stock exhaust simply does not do the twin turbo V8 justice. A popular remedy for the situation is the Eisenmann exhaust system, which is available in either Sport or Race sound levels. This M5 owner went for the more aggressive Race option, which really brings the S63Tu engine to life. The 102mm polished, rolled tips are substancially larger than the stock tips but they still retain the subtle OEM styling.

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  8. Supersprint Exhaust Installed on Silverstone M5

    We recently had the opportunity of installing the first Supersprint exhaust for F10 M5 in the country. These street mufflers are made out of stainless steel and feature quad 100mm slanted tips for a more aggressive look. While not quite as loud as other aftermarket systems, the Supersprint features a deep, bassy tone for a more muscular presence. Take a look at this exhaust system and watch the video to hear it for yourself.

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  9. Clean Space Gray M3 Gets Supercharged

    Having first settled on a subtly modified exterior and upgraded suspension, this owner finally turned to us for the power department. While 414hp is good for the M3, 625hp is even better; we achieved this massive increase in power by installing an intercooled ESS VT2-625 supercharger system. Now this clean and dark E92 is even faster than it looks.

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  10. Another E92 M3 Gets ESS Supercharged

    Some people have modification plans for their BMW before they even take delivery. This was the case with the owner of this brand new 2013 Space Gray M3 ZCP. Almost immediately after taking ownership, this E92 appeared on one of our lifts for a major boost in performance. When it first rolled into our shop it was a strong 367whp stock M3; two days later it left as a 555whp monster.

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