Leib Engineering has developed an upgrade kit for the now defunct BMW M3 E93, raising output to 610 HP.
Leib Engineering has developed an upgrade kit for the now defunct BMW M3 E93.
Looks can be deceiving as this BMW M3 is far from being stock, despite looking like it came out straight out of BMW's factory. The only exterior changes brought were the 19-inch alloys taken from a 1-Series M Coupe and the removal of the "M3" badges. Pop up the hood and you will immediately find a G-Power SK II CS compressor system which enables the engine to churn an impressive 610 HP (449 kW) and 590 Nm (435 lb-ft).
Mechanical changes include high-performance injector nuzzles, an additional fuel pump system, carbon & stainless steel induction air track and larger sports air filters. Leib Engineering has also remapped the engine's software and installed colder motor sports spark plugs. There's also a specially developed exhaust system packing double 100-cell sports catalytic converters and a controllable exhaust valve.
As a final touch, this particular BMW M3 E93 received several chassis upgrades including a revised electronic shock absorber adjustment of the adaptive coilover kit controllable via the M button.
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