Archive for the BMW 3 Series Tuning

E21 BMW 320i looks neat, yet aggressive

This is the first 3 Series BMW ever. And being the first of a kind, it’s also one of my weakness. I totally love every detail that make this car so special: the large windows, the clean look, the simplicity of the elements, the classy aspect. Every single thing is one of my favorites!

Now, that it’s modified, we might think it lost its appeal. In my opinion, it’s exactly the opposite. I can’t say I like the strongly modified classic cars, but when the mods are made within the acceptable limits, I totally love them!

And this 320i retained that original beauty, while gaining a sporty stance. Let’s spot the new features. There’s a new, superb Sepang Bronze body paint, which can be also found on the center of the Ronal Racing rims.
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This is a damn fast E36 BMW 328i

Sometimes, when I think I’ve seen everything, something new comes and blows my mind. This time, that “something new” is a 3-series E36 BMW, which can cover a quarter of mile in just 9 seconds.

I grew up together with the 3 Series and the generation that impressed me the most was E36. Therefore, when I look at this modified item, I get shivers on my spine. Bu not because the way it looks.

No, it’s not about looks, it’s not about style. It’s about performance. Pure performance. No front bumper, because the intercooler needs maximum airflow. No fancy rims, just light and resistant. No rear wing, because it would make the car slow.
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Expensive, but rare: the E21 Alpina C1 on ebay

What do you think about the BMW E21? Yes, I love it too! Now, what about the Alpina C1 based on the E21? Yeah, that’s more like it!

And you’ll probably become even happier when you’ll find out that it’s on sale on ebay. You can own this piece of history for $33,500. If your concern is the car’s mileage – no worries: the odometer displays just over 60,280 miles.

Back in 1983, when it was assembled, this Alpina C1 squeezed 210Nm@4500 rpm, from its 2.3 liter, 6 cylinder engine. Maybe more important, the power reached 168 bhp, enough to boost it to 100 km/h in only 7.4 seconds. Top speed? About 210 km/h (130 mph).
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Why You Should Consider Buying a BMW 335i

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BMW 3-Series Touring by BBM Motorsport

BBM Motorsport decied to take the BMW 330d Touring, the E91 generation, and do some major changes in terms of performance.

The company replaced the standard engine with a more powerful 3.0-liter tri-turbo unit, the same one you found on the M550d or X6 M50d. They went even further by making optimisations to the engine so it delivers now 440 horsepower and 850 Nm of torque.

That’s an important upgrade over the stock 381 hp and 740 Nm, extra power that promises a 0-100 km/h sprint in 4,9 seconds and a top speed of 296 km/h.
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