The E92 M3 is not only going in the history of BMW as one of the greatest M3s ever built, but also as one of the most tuned BMWs ever. Tuning projects based on the E92 M3 are plethora with some of them more daring than others. Take for example this E92 M3 hailing from Munich that started as a standard E92-generation M3 with its typical V8, rear-wheel drive and great acoustics. Now, this M3 features a V8 treated with a carbon air intake system, a Pectel SQ6 ECU, a performance lightweight racing wiring loom and a full Akrapovic titanium exhaust system.
Then comes Nitron NTR three-way adjustable suspension, AP Racing six-pot front brakes and performance pads all round, RAYS forged wheels measuring 18in, carbon doors, a carbon bonnet, polycarbonate side and rear windows, and a front splitter.
And if that wasn’t enough, the following upgrades will convince anyone that this racing car means business – carbon fiber GT3-spec rear wing, a roll cage, carbon race seats, a digital dashboard, a fully adjustable pedal box, brake-bias adjustment, a racing battery, a fire extinguisher, brake cooling ducts, and front dive planes to balance that rear wing’s downforce.
The power was raised to 500 horsepower and with half a tank of fuel onboard, it weighs 1300kg.
“A considerable amount of time and effort was spent achieving 50:50 weight balance,” explains Munich Legends.
The price was set at £45,000 and the odometer shows 47,000 miles in total – 40k on the standard engine, 7k with the upgrades – and boasts just two owners since new.
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