Archive for the BMW M3 Tuning

E92 BMW M3 by EAS Is Impressive with the Frozen Black Wrap

The BMW M3 in its previous generation was considered a real blast, the model coming with sheer torque and an exquisite design. The price was also a spicy one and the fact that the model is still haunted down has attracted a lot of tuning companies to carry out special tuning programs.

The California-based European Auto Source know the E92 BMW M3 pretty good, the tuner customizing tens of models with cool and one-off projects. Their latest program involves this gorgeous Frozen Black M3, the model getting some fine aero parts and an increase power boost.

From a visual standpoint, the E92 BMW M3 is coming with the Mode Carbon fiber side skirts, GTS Motorsports rear spoiler, as well as the Vorsteiner Type 2 carbon fiber rear diffuser.

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F80 BMW M3 by TPG Tuning does 1/4 mile in 10.86 seconds!

Where does a BMW feel like the fish in the water? Obviously, on the track. But not on any track. It loves to slide along the curves, while smoking anyone around. But what about a BMW on a drag race? This car shows us that anything’s possible!

An not only it participates, but its result is absolutely surprising: they say it’s the only F80 BMW M3 equipped with a 6-speed manual transmission, that can cover the ¼ mile in just 10.86 seconds. It manages to accelerate so fast, that, at the end of the circuit, it reaches 129 mph (208 km/h).

The car was fast from the beginning, producing 431 hp and 550 Nm from its V6, 3 liter turbocharged engine. In standard configuration, the M3 reaches 62 mph in just 4.3 seconds. But that’s not our case. Our case is a proper monster, upgraded by Jordan from RK-Tunes and flash tuned with a BMS JB4. It also received a new pair of turbos from Xona Rotor Green Turbochargers.
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F80 BMW M3 looks astonishing on HRE wheels

When it comes to upgrade a car, the vast majority of owners prefer to start with the wheels. And there’s no mistake in it: they’re the elements that change the looks in the easiest way.

Why not chiptuning first? Mainly, because though it adds extra performance, it doesn’t show it to anyone. It’s true, the software modification is cheap, but only few owners are willing to adopt it before replacing the original set of wheels.

The aftermarket wheels don’t add only a sporty or elegant stance, depending on the case. They bring extra stability, by widening the track and enhancing the grip. More, in most of the cases, they are more rigid and lighter than the original ones, and that makes the car feel better in the fast corners.
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Sunburst Gold BMW M3 by EAS Is Mind-Blowing

California-based tuner European Auto Source is a regular aftermarket shop that knows how to handle BMW models, and by that I mean impressive tuning projects carried out on different German hot rides.

And BMW M3 is a regular customer of EAS, the model recently receiving another standout body kit. First off, the M3 Sedan is an eye-catcher thanks to the exotic Sunburst Gold body wrap, which is part of the BMW`s Individual catalogue color palette.

As we can depict from the photo gallery below, the Sunburst Gold BMW M3 is fully tweaked with M Performance Parts, consisting of Mod Carbon parts, adding other bits from iND tuner, Brambo brakes, or the high-performance KW suspension system.

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BMW M3 in Alpine White Gets Plenty of Tweaks from Aftermarket Shops

It is not a rare sight seeing a BMW model, especially the high-end M3 receiving aftermarket parts from more than one tuning company. On the contrary, you know the saying: “two heads are better than one.”

This is true, especially if it involves a one-off BMW M3 like this one seen here, wearing the gorgeous Alpine White body wrap. This particular model is also the lucky owner of plenty tweaks from Vorsteiner, ADV.1 Wheels and Akrapovic.

Unfortunately, there are no sign of any mods added under the hood, this BMW M3 packing the stock 3.0-liter M TwinPower Turbo inline six-cylinder engine, with 431 horsepower and 500 Nm of torque. Hooked to the standard six-speed manual, the sedan sprints from 0 to 100 km/h in 4.3 seconds, while equipped with the seven-speed dual-clutch, the same straight line is run in just 4.1 seconds. The topping stands at 250 km/h.

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