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Bag Riders' BMW E92 335i xDrive Stands Out at SEMA

The 2013 SEMA Show is underway as we speak and the best of the best custom rides have already arrived in Las Vegas to stun the world with whatever tricks they have up their sleeves.
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Photo: Stance Works
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One of the best models on display, as far as BMWs go, is the Bag Riders' Liberty Walk E92 335i xDrive model, a car that stands out by laying low. The man in charge of the complete makeover of the car is Will Fisher and he knows a thing or two about customizing cars and BMWs especially.

Initially, the car was a Montego Blue model with 26,000 miles (41,600 km) on the odometer. After the guys from House Motorsports were done with it, it was transformed into an even safer beast, by including a roll cage inside the cabin.

As for the air suspension and cutting of the fenders, the Bag Riders crew got to work, fitting the 3er with a Liberty Walk body kit, an Air Lift suspension, a complete M3 front bumper, M3 front fenders, M rear bumper, a Challenge M3 carbon fibre diffuser at the back and a House Motorsport exhaust.

Of course, since this is a random 3 Series and most of the body panels were now from various M3s, the bonnet had to be elongated to meet the front grille and bumper. As a finishing touch, the car was covered in 3M Matte Red vinyl in a back breaking 77-hour long process.

However, this baby isn't only about the looks. Under the bonnet, the 3-liter turbo engine was fitted with a pair of Vargas Turbo Technologies Stage-2 TD04 turbochargers with a Burger tuning Juice Box and back-end tune. The intake also had to be changed so an AFE system was installed, accompanied by a Forge Motorsport 380 MM big brake kit to keep it in check.

The car was put on display at SEMA so you'd better know that wasn't all the kit installed into it. Inside, a pair of Status Racing Ring GTX seats with Status 5-point harnesses were installed, whilst the rear seats were taken out.

The steering wheel came from Turner Motorsport whilst the gear knob was delivered from Bimmerworld whilst the whole interior trims were painted Nimbus Grey.

Last, but not least, a set of Rotiform TMB wheels measuring 19x12.5 inches at the front and a massive 19x13.5 inches at the back were added to the mix with matte black faces and huge chromed polished lips.

Via: Stance Works
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