Dyno results from Gintani Twin Turbo E9X M3 Kit.
They took their TT E90 M3 to a local dyno, Specialty Z, where they use a Dyno Jet. The car is currently running at 7.5 PSI, 91 octane, stock motor, and stock MSS60 ECU.
Photo gallery from the most recent Shift S3ctor Airstrip Attack event, which BIMMERPOST and EAS sponsored.
Congrats to BIMMERPOST member DLSJ5 (Drew) and his ESS VT3 Supercharged E92 M3 for setting the world trap speed record and winning the BIMMERPOST BMW/AMG Shootout Trophy at the Airstrip Attack 5 event.
The BMW M4 Safety Car is current at BMW of Austin being prepared for duty at the MotoGP of Austin Race at the Circuit of the Americas on April 11-13.
Check out some photos and videos of the M4 revving its BMW M Performance Exhaust.
The BMW M4 Coupé Safety Car equipped with the BMW M Performance titanium exhaust system.
Some video clips from the BMW M4 Safety Car’s debut at the Qatar MotorGP race. The M4 Safety Car showcases the following BMW M Performance Parts:
Titanium exhaust system with carbon finishers
Black front grille
Front splitter with blade
Carbon rear spoiler
Carbon mirror caps
Alcantara M Performance … CONTINUED
Photos from the BIMMERPOST Northwest owner’s first 2014 meet.
Video from the unveiling of the MotoGP M4 Safety Car, giving us the first listen at the M4 M Performance Exhaust System.
BMW has unveiled the BMW M4 MotoGP Safety Car, which looks to preview a host of carbon fiber M Performance Parts.
The M4 Safety Car will start its service during the MotoGP season start at Qatar in 16 days.
A great video feature giving an all-access look inside Studie, the Japanese BMW tuner.
A beautiful photoshoot featuring M3POST member tbone28′s E92 M3 Coupe with BBS, Varis, ModeCarbon, Brembo, Akrapovic, Challenge, OSS, KW coilovers and 3D Design parts.
Follow this E46 M3 GTR project build thread, by m3dragon:
The following build thread is the conversion of an E46 M3 into an E46 M3 GTR Street Car. Unlike most “GTR” conversion, you see people make, this is meant to be as close to factory as possible using parts that are available today. Unfortunately, some parts will have to be aftermarket, as the OE parts are no longer made or were never available.
This build is planned to be completed hopefully within the next two years … CONTINUED