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    Default Sensory Overload!

    Very often, customers will call in and ask for a whole array of parts to be bought for their cars. All the individual parts look great and will probably look great on the car as well, if isolated to that one portion of the car. But, putting multiple parts is tricky. You really need a vision for how you'd like your car to look and make sure that you have a harmonic symbiosis of parts. How will they come together? How will the lines and colors interact with each other?

    Mike came to us with a shopping list of parts. Started small with a front lip, and couple of aesthetic pieces. Very quickly that list snowballed into a full build with suspension, wheels, aero and performance products. Mike trusted us to make sure that we fully comprehend the styling and performance that he was going for. We absorbed and gave our feedback. We took a few parts of the list or swapped them and played with the color scheme until he was happy with what he thought he was getting. Now, it was our job to make that vision a reality of physical form, fully equipped with the right components that will deliver to its fullest potential on every sensory nerve possible; vision, smell, touch, sound and the mystical one close to heart.

    This is what we delivered.







    We picked up the car from Michigan and transported it to our location in Illinois. I applaud him for taking that leap of faith and thank him for the support that he has shown. The E92 M3 came pretty stock with just carbon grilles and Eisenmann RACE with Challenge x pipe. We got right to work and started with some custom painted front grilles in matching alpine white, and the side grilles and the inside of the mirror caps were painted in MAG Blue to match the strikingly aggressive MAG Blue 18" TE37 wrapped with Hankook Ventus RS-3. For that perfect stance, KW V3 was deployed.







    For down force and styling, Challenge "V" weave front lip, mirror caps and a Voltex Type 1S wing was used. Since a custom base for the Voltex Type 1S wing would have taken too long, we modified a base plate for the EVO to line up with the lines of the E92 trunk.



    Kreis-Sieg exhaust was installed with their x-pipe and remote key for opening and closing that valve. With valve fully open you'd scare some old lady to a hear attack on the freeway. Freeway and the track is where this car belongs. Enjoy and thank you Mike!







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    This car better be at C&C this Saturday. I love the car but the wing makes my penis soft.

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    not a fan of those wheels on this car. or maybe its just the wheel color i dont like. not sure which it is

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    Catalogue photos ftw!

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    its a sick car. the wing is too much though. functional as it is, track car, but still too much. overall it looks amazing

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    Man that's a sick car, i think its the color that throws it off.

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    I like everything except the Tail lights

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    Quote Originally Posted by Average_Jerk View Post
    not a fan of those wheels on this car. or maybe its just the wheel color i dont like. not sure which it is
    18's just don't flow well with this size of car imo. It swallows them up. I like the overall look but 19's would have filled the wells much nicer.
    Last edited by RCFC89; 06-28-2011 at 05:48 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FluidMotorUnion View Post
    yeah it's got turbo and it looks decent stanced, but it's a fucking Neon, the survived-abortion of the 90's auto industry.

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    Nice, but i prefer that ^ grey one.

    Still, the wing on both cars make me weep

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bracknaphobia View Post

    Uh oh

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    not a fan of that big wing, other then that, yes please!

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    I love it all. Great job.

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    I'm a big fan of wings so overall i do like this car very much. Good work.


    @Bracknaphobia:
    The gray one is titties
    Quote Originally Posted by Oxer View Post
    I dont know why, but I love your car.. Its OEM cleanness makes me happy in the genitals.

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    Love it!

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    Whjy does the grey one look better even though they look the same?

    Dont like thw big gay wings though or the wheels if im honest.

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    I'm officially in love with that tow-hook-thingy.

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    Looks awesome from the front, those back lights kill it though and can't say I'm a big fan of the wheels either.

    Clean, white E92 M3s are always going to look decent though.

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    Lovin em both wings n all

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joshbm View Post
    Whjy does the grey one look better even though they look the same?

    Dont like thw big gay wings though or the wheels if im honest.
    You just answered your own question there pal...

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    Quote Originally Posted by doubleu8 View Post
    This car better be at C&C this Saturday. I love the car but the wing makes my penis soft.
    that's the best explanation ever

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scotrod View Post
    Lovin em both wings n all
    Same here. Excellent work.


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    expensive lookin car, love it! too bad its not mine

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    tow hook is killin it for me, otherwise a beautiful car
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    i like it, but the grey one kills it


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