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  1. Austin Yellow Vorsteiner GTRS4

    Last week we showed you some behind the scenes photos of Vorsteiner's M4 widebody project. Now that it's been completed for the SEMA show, Vorsteiner released these photos of what they call the GTRS4. Comprised of a front bumper, front fenders, rear fenders, rear bumper, side skirts and super-wide wheels, the Vorsteiner GTRS4 widebody kit is bound to be the most aggressive looking option for the F82. More info will be coming after SEMA, but for now check out these photos.

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  2. Diamond Schwartz Liberty Walk M3

    This custom painted Diamond Schwartz E92 is actually the second ESS supercharged, Liberty Walk Performance widebody M3 that we've seen here in the last few months. (Click here to check out the Laguna Seca blue one.) This LTMW built M3 features the LB performance body kit, an ESS VT2-625 supercharger, HRE wheels, Brembo brakes, Sparco seats, a roll cage and many,many more modifications for a truly head-turning result. Enjoy.

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  3. Laguna Seca Blue Widebody M3 gets an Awron Gauge

    As far as M3s go, you can't really be much more modified than this Laguna Seca Blue E92. Featuring modifications like a Liberty Walk widebody kit, a custom LTMW front bumper, an ESS VT1-550 supercharger system, an Akrapovic exhaust, massive Work wheels, a StopTech big brake kit, KW Clubsport coilovers, Recaro seats, a roll cage, aggressive carbon fiber front & rear spoilers and more, this M3 is by definition an absolute head turner. Yesterday we had the opportunity to further modify this M3 by installing Awron's top of the line DGA Kompressor 2 gauge. Able to display real time boost, horsepower, torque, velocity, g-forces, intake temp, exhaust temp, water temp, oil temp, transmission temp, differential temp, air/fuel ratio, acceleration, voltage, fuel pressure and oil pressure, this do-it-all Awron unit was the perfect match for this wild M3. Enjoy.

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  4. Neema's Widebody Black Sapphire Metallic 335i

    Some people absolutely love to modify their BMWs; E90Post member Neema is one of those people. Not much has to be said about his extraordinary 335i as the extensive modification list truly speaks for itself. Enjoy the photos.

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  5. VF620 Supercharged Vorsteiner GTRS5 Widebody M3

    Being in Southern California we get the opportunity to see modded M3s come in on a daily basis. While most M3s seem to follow a similar style in their modifications, there are a few that make their own rules.

    This is one of those M3s. At first this E92 might look like it's built all for show, but underneath it's wild exterior is a beast capable of breaking loose the monstrous 325 width rear tires. Take a look at the modification list below to see what's really going on.

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  6. Macht Schnell Motorsport Headers Installed on MFEST Widebody E46 M3

    MFEST founder "laidback" brought his Carbon Black E46 M3 to us to get the new Macht Schnell Motorsport Performance Headers installed. With dyno runs performed before and after the installation, we saw a 20hp increase to the wheels and increased power across the entire rev range. What's next for this custom widebody M3? Possibly some forced induction!

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  7. Frozen White Vorsteiner GTRS5 E92 M3

    To commemorate the retiring of the E92 M3, Vorsteiner introduces the next generation of GTRS series widebody conversions. The GTRS5 commands attention with its presence on the road or track. Its unmistakable race car stance is true to the heritage of the GTRS3 but has its own distinct characteristics.

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  8. VF Engineering's Supercharged Widebody E92 M3

    If you want to grab people's attention with an M3, then this is certainly the M3 to have. Supercharger manufacturer VF Engineeringbegan with a stock E92 M3 and ended with this beast. Fitted with the Vorsteiner GTS-3 widebody kit, ultra-wide Vorsteiner wheels, a VF620 supercharger system, Brembo big brake kit, Recaro Sportster CS seats, and a custom matte green paint job, you simply can't help but to stare at this car. It's not all show though, as this car regularly visits the track and competes in events like the Bull Run, as its vinyl scheme suggests.

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