If you have ever wondered whose white BMW that is in the link to the right, well it belongs to a good friend of mine. Its an E92 BMW 335i that has been heavily modded. The twin-turbo‘d engine, HorsePowerFreak Intercooler, and adaptive tuning all come together in harmony to create a 380 HP/390 TQ beast. It is a car meant to be seen and remembered with its EMT plates, M3 rims, muffler-deleted exhaust and distinguished red interior. This car is sort of a big deal and I was one of the lucky few who got to see it, from beginning to end, become what it is today. But even with the countless hours that was put into this car and the almost countless money that was spent, there are just some mods that brings everything together. And no one likes a plan coming together more than the owner of this car. That’s why when he finally installed ModMy3Series E92 , I was the first person he called. ‘She looks aggressive as hell…’ was all he said. And oh boy did she. Well threaded carbon fiber, with an almost perfect gloss made the front end of this car an instant thing of beauty. What impressed me most was how easy it was to install this lip. 30 minutes and this already distinguished BMW acquired a whole new attitude. ‘Swag’ was my response. M-Style Lip
Modding a car is something that takes time, research and dedication because there is just no limit to what you can do. Finding the right mods, putting them all together and making sure they compliment one another is no easy task. One of the most important things is always finding a manufacturer that puts the extra time in on their products and ModM3Series obviously puts too much time into his. Good man.
Be sure to check out the full installation write up for more pictures on E90Post forums.
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