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Feb 22, 2013

The Black and White Bavarian | CEC Miami Magic

The BMW M5 was first introduced in ’84 and has been reinvented for the 5th time this year. The most recent M5 to be unleashed comes with a standard V8 twin turbo that delivers 560 horsepower from 6,000 to 7,000 rpm and 502 lb-ft. of torque at the opposite end of the range. The gobs of power weren’t enough for one of our clients, so they brought it to us so we could add some extra juice and styling accents.

Visual changes were the first thing to be tackled. The front kidney grille frame, fender trim, and M5 trunk emblem were painted gloss black. A gloss black vinyl hood stripe was added and carried through to the roof. Front and rear indicators as well as the door handle trims were color matched to the Alpine White body color. AC Schnitzer roof and trunk spoilers were installed, along with an ACS carbon fiber front lip spoiler.

With the styling cues up to par in the appearance department, it’s time to talk about the performance. A custom engine control unit reprogrammed by CEC Miami adds approximately 70 HP. The Eisenmann non-resonated center pipes and Eisenmann performance exhaust system gave this beast a voice. This BMW M5 sits on staggered 21” CEC c884 Forged wheels in custom color-matched Alpine White / Gloss Black finish wrapped in Michelin Pilot Super Sport tires to make sure all that power makes its way to the ground. Now to make sure this client doesn’t have a date with "The Boys in Blue", we’ve installed the top of the line model from Escort Radar, the 9500Ci.

Everything seen can be ordered individually or as a complete tuning package, contact our sales department for a quick and friendly quote at (800) 766-0064 or our contact us page

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