The site may be called bimmerboost, the cars they cover obsessively may be BMW models but it’s the members that really give us the good stuff.
User Powerbeast has unveiled his new favorite toy, a seriously modified E90 BMW M3 painted in Dakar Yellow. The modelyear is 2011, the car however is out of this time and world.
iND is probably the most easily recognizable name in this creation. There’s quite a bit of the styling department’s work gone into this car.
That said, there’s a lot to consider when it comes to considering the looks of this car. The US resident got himself a euro-spec front bumper to start with.
Some of the visual tweaks do come from iND but then there’s a Challenge carbon fiber front lip and the rear diffuser comes from 3D Design.
The entire roof panel was replaced by carbon fiber and even the wheels have lost some weight being replaced by BBS FI units wrapped in Michelin Pilot Super Sport tires.
Inside the E90 BMW M3, some more weight saving tricks have been employed, particularly in the racing seat department. That said, carbon fiber found its way here as well.
One highlight does stand out from underneath the headlines. The 4.0 liter V8 engine gets an ESS VT2-600 supercharger kit.
A Vortech supercharger, all the gubbins needed for it two work, some serious engine work, an Akrapovic exhaust and some serious intercooling work.
The end result is that you get at least 600 horsepower no matter what gas you use. Good think he made everything else better as well as fit that KW Club Sport Suspension and Brembo brake kit.
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