How To Add Power To Your BMW E36 M3

There are quite a few characteristics of the E36 M3 that made it famous. It has incredible balance in terms of power and handling, it has a rigid chassis, bulletproof engine options between the two US-Spec and one ROW-spec engine, they look freaking sick with proper fitment and some simple exterior upgrades, and they have [...]

2020-07-27T12:50:20-04:00July 27th, 2020|BMW, Engine, Exhaust, Intake|Comments Off on How To Add Power To Your BMW E36 M3

Riverside 2020 and Show Season Maintenance

Here we go again. I am about to drive back to my hometown of Chattanooga, Tennessee for a meet I look forward to every spring: Riverside. I have a love/hate relationship with the show, but I still consider it my favorite. That relationship, though, has nothing to do with the meet itself. It’s with my [...]

2020-03-10T15:54:06-04:00March 9th, 2020|BMW|Comments Off on Riverside 2020 and Show Season Maintenance

Best Maintenance and Modifications for the BMW E90, E92, and E93 M3

Unless you count the incredibly limited availability E46 M3 GTR, the E9X M3 was the only to bear the name and receive a naturally-aspirated, high-revving, small-displacement V8 under the hood. With the introduction of its successor, the F80 M3 and coupe counterpart F82 M4, BMW went back to a straight-six paired with a set of [...]

2019-09-16T20:40:25-04:00September 16th, 2019|About, BMW, Wheels|Comments Off on Best Maintenance and Modifications for the BMW E90, E92, and E93 M3

How to Replace a BMW E30 3-Series Convertible Top

If you’re like me, you drive a convertible on nice days. If you are even more like me, you avoid driving on rainy days since it tends to rain more inside the car than outside. This is, of course, thanks to a convertible top littered with pinholes and barely sealed around the windows. Nothing is [...]

2019-05-07T19:09:19-04:00May 7th, 2019|About, BMW, Body & Exterior, DIYs, Tech Tips|Comments Off on How to Replace a BMW E30 3-Series Convertible Top

Wheel Look book: BMW E92 335i on Alzor 020 18×8/18×9

The Alzor 020 emulates classic motorsport wheel designs with its multispoke faces, stepped lips, and aesthetic hardware. For a timeless look on your BMW E9X, these wheels offer fitments specifically tailored to improving the fitment without the need for spacers. 020 wheels are available in gunmetal and silver faces, both with polished lips, and can be a much needed visual improvement over the stock options without straying too far away from the European enthusiast look. Pictured here, our E92 335i sports 18×8/18×9 ET25 020s in the silver option, which we encourage you to enjoy below.

2018-11-28T17:52:27-05:00November 12th, 2018|About, BMW, Wheels|Comments Off on Wheel Look book: BMW E92 335i on Alzor 020 18×8/18×9