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  1. Space Gray E90 M3 - ESS Tuning, Macht Schnell

    All-natural power

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  2. Space Gray E92 M3 - Klassen iD Competition Series M52

    Have it your way.

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  3. Space Gray 135i and StopTech Sport Brake Upgrade Kit

    This OEM+ 1-er receives a simple yet effective upgrade in deceleration.

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  4. Space Gray E61 535i on BBS Wheels

    Because we usually focus on performance upgrades, its not too often that we get wagons coming through here. Recently, though, we did some work on this awesome Space Gray E61 535i. Featuring a set of BBS CH-R wheels, lowered suspension and a roof rack, this twin-turbo wagon has speed, utility and great looks. Enjoy!

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  5. Volk ZE40 Wheels Installed on Space Gray E92 M3

    Fitted with the nearly complete catalog of Dinan parts and Vorsteiner carbon fiber aero, this M3 swung by for some new wheels. Wanting a high-end set of wheels that were light weight, strong and have their own unique style, this owner opted for the ZE40s. Made by Volk, these wheels are forged in Japan and feature a stunning Matte Blue Gunmetal finish, which is sure to grab the attention of onlookers. Combined with the red Dianan branded Brembo brakes, these wheels help add an exciting dash of color to this Space Gray E92's exterior. Enjoy!

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  6. Space Gray M5 Gets a Sporty Stance & Downpipes

    The F10 M5 is an understated beast that really deserves a better stance than how it comes from the factory. Realizing this, the owner of this Space Gray M5 came to our facility for some Macht Schnell wheel spacers and a set of H&R sport springs. These two popular modifications work together by bringing the car lower to the ground while pushing the OEM wheels out to their proper places, creating an aggressive and sporty stance. While it was on our lift, we also installed a set of catless downpipes for increased horsepower and faster turbo spooling. Gloss black kidney grilles & side markers, IND painted reflectors and matte black painted wheels give the finishing touches to this twin turbo V8 sedan. Enjoy.

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  7. Space Gray M3 Gets Lowered & Supercharged

    This mostly stock M3 was dropped off at our facility to get a major increase in performance. The first order of business was strapping this E92 to our Dynojet to get a baseline reading; at 360hp & 265ft-lbs tq at the wheels, this S65 V8 was making healthy power in its naturally aspirated form. We then installed an ESS VT2-625 intercooled supercharger system, which delivers 6.5PSI of forced induction in the most linear way possible. While on the lift, we also installed the popular KW HAS sleeve-over kit and a set of Macht Schnell spacers for a low and wide stance. The car was finished just in time for our most recent Dyno Day, where this Space Gray M3 showed off in front of the crowd by putting down 540whp and 351wtq. With it's OEM ZCP wheels and just a few subtle carbon fiber exterior pieces, this sleeper M3 doesn't warn anyone of what it's really capable of. Enjoy.

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  8. HRE FlowForm Wheels Installed on Supercharged E92 M3

    A couple years ago we installed an ESS VT2-600 supercharger system on this Space Gray M3. This week it returned to our facility for some additional power and a new set of wheels. In the time since this E92 was originally supercharged, ESS replaced the VT2-600 system with the VT2-625 system; by installing a new pulley, belt, injectors and tune, we successfully converted this older system into a VT2-625. Next, we wrapped a beautiful set of matte black HRE FF01 FlowForm wheels in some Michelin PSS tires and bolted them on for a completely new look. The exterior is adorned with BMW's carbon fiber front splitters and trunk spoiler, while an iND painted cosmetic package tidies  up all the loose ends. Still maintaining the OEM suspension, this daily driven M3 is as comfortable, fast and stylish as ever. Enjoy.

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  9. Elegant Space Gray M3 ZCP

    This elegant Space Gray M3 stopped by yesterday for a quick oil change. Featuring an iND painted cosmetic package, BMW carbon fiber front splitters, a BMW carbon fiber trunk spoiler and a Space Gray painted Metak diffuser, this E92 kept its exterior clean and simple. A bit of extra horsepower is provided by the Macht Schnell high performance air filter, while the Vorsteiner exhaust system gives this S65 a beastly tone. Inside, an M Power stitched e-brake handle adds a bit of flair to the Silverstone leather interior.

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  10. Space Gray ESS VT2-625 E92 M3

    Having been to our facility before, this 2008 Space Gray M3 has already been equipped with many of the essential modifications. Featuring an Arkym carbon fiber front lip spoiler, an iND painted cosmetic package, a set of ultra-deep concave Forgestar F14 wheels, the KW sleeve-over kit, a Challenge Sport x-Pipe and an Eisemnann Race exhaust system, this E92 was definitely headed in the right direction. Up until last week, though, this M3 was missing THE modification that every M3 owner really wants: a supercharger! For this particular M3 we installed the ESS VT2-625 intercooled supercharger system, which produces 6.5PSI of boost and thrusts the S65 motor to the next level of performance. On our dyno, this M3 saw substantial gains of 181 HP and 78 LB-FT TQ at the wheels, for a total of 527HP and 346 LB-FT TQ. Complimenting the new supercharger system, we also installed the popular Awron DGA gauge, which displays a wide array of real-time data ranging from boost pressure to g-forces to lap times.

    Before we installed the supercharger system, we took the motor apart to inspect and replace the rod bearings. Upon removal, we found something very interesting. It turns out that one of the rod bearings was installed with some of the plastic wrap still attached to the underside! This small piece of plastic was enough to create a high spot on the bearing and create uneven wear. We replaced the old rod bearings with a set of superior WPC surface treated ones and a set of ARP rod bolts.

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