titanium silver

  1. Titanium Silver E46 M3 - StopTech & Volk Racing

    A boosted beast gains a new set of stoppers and shoes.

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  2. E91 M3?

    These days you don’t have to look hard for a custom ride. Car modifying has been around for years and as technology advances, so does the automotive aftermarket industry. Although, sometimes a build isn’t constructed with entirely aftermarket parts. As a matter of fact, some builds are pieced together to be made in to another model within the same manufacturer!

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  3. 328d Lowered on KW V1 Coilovers

    Whoever thinks a diesel can't be cool is just wrong. Take a look at this Titanium Silver 328d. Fitted with the M Performance front lip, side skirts, trunk spoiler and kidney grilles, this F30 M-Sport looks as sporty as ever. Oh, and it just so happens to average 43mpg! To give this sedan an even more aggressive look along with improved handling performance, we installed a set of KW V1 coilovers. With its lowered ride height, stylized exterior and red leather interior, this 328d is certainly hard to beat as a daily commuter. Enjoy.

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  4. StopTech Brakes Installed on Titanium Silver 645Ci

    This Titanium Silver 645Ci came to our facility for a brake upgrade. Having already been lowered on H&R coilovers and fitted with a set of 20" VMR V710 wheels, it was finally time to ditch the OEM brakes. Opting for a set of red StopTechs, we installed the 6-piston system in the front and the 4-piston system in the rear with slotted rotors all around. Not only will this new BBK offer dramatically better stopping power, but it looks absolutely fantastic on this sporty E63. Enjoy.

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  5. Lowered Titanium Silver 335i

    Wanting both a sportier look and tighter handling from his 335i, this F30 owner came to us for a set of H&R sport lowering springs. By dropping the car about 1.3" in the front and 0.7" in the rear, the popular H&R springs lower the car's center of gravity, significantly reduce body roll and get rid of the excessive wheel gap. The new ride height definitely gives this M-Sport a sportier look, especially when combined with the gloss black kidney grilles and the carbon fiber trunk spoiler. Enjoy.

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  6. Gunmetal VMR V705s on TiAg E92

    Sometimes a set of wheels is everything you need to give your BMW a new look. For this Titanium Silver E92 335i, it was finally time to swap out its stock wheels for some VMR replacements. Opting for the 19" V705s, we installed these Gunmetal 5-spoke wheels along with some fresh Hankook V12 tires. The result is a sportier and grippier 335i Coupe without breaking the bank.

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  7. TiAg F10 535i on H&R Springs & HRE Wheels

    With only a set of lowering springs and wheels, this 535i looks pretty cool! Dropping the car by 1.4" in the front and 1.3" in the rear, the H&R sport springs give this car its sporty ride height while the bronze 20" HRE FF01 wheels give it its wide stance. Enjoy.

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  8. Three Generations of the M3

    We noticed that we randomly had three generations of M3 coupes on our lifts (in consecutive, chronological order nonetheless), so we snapped a quick photo.

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  9. TiAg E90 on APEX EC-7 Wheels

    For a large percentage of our track enthusiast customers, the wheel brand of choice seems to be APEX. Being that they are lightweight, strong, affordable and aggressively sized, it's no wonder they are so popular on the track. This Titanium Silver E90 335i features a set of silver 18" EC-7 wheels and a set of ST coilovers for an aggressive stance and improved handling on both the street and track.

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  10. Supercharged TiAg E46 M3 on 57 Motorsport Wheels

    If angular, concave wheels are your thing, then the 57 Motorsport G07EX wheels by Rays Engineering are probably right up your alley. This Titanium Silver E46 M3 features a super aggressive set finished in Matte Black for an extremely low and wide stance. The open face spoke pattern shows off the bright red Brembo brakes that lurk behind. This car also combines plenty of "go" with the "show", as it is equipped with a VF Engineering VF570 supercharger system under the hood.

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