According to the release posted on bmwblog.com, WSTO kept the engine modifications at a basic level. They used an aFe intake kit with a Synapse blow off valve kit with charge pipe, while applying an ESS Tuned Stage II ECU flash.
Engine vital signs are provided to the driver through the LED gauge readings and include Boost/Vac, Water Temperature, and Exhaust Temperature. 3D Design Gauge pod and Pivot Gauges were used, alongside 3D Design aluminum sport pedals and 3D Design floor mats.
The Final One also includes a Pivot 3 Drive Flat Throttle controller and Bellof SIRIUS LED rings angel eyes, as well as 3D Design valvetronic quad exhaust with Macht Schnell 3″ downpipe and Berk Technology cat-less.
Modifications brought to the exterior include a 3D Design urethane front lip, 3D Design trunk spoiler, and the BMW Performance shadow grills.
The car sits on Formula Silver racing wheels shod with Rays Engineering Volk Racing G2 with Vredestein Ultrac Sessanta tires. WSTO revealed the 18-inch sizing was chosen to ensure a light weight that, together with the H&R Sport springs added to the factory sport suspension, help maintain a high level of stability.
“The Final One”. What does that actually mean? Well, in our eyes it’s the vision of accomplishment with many attempts at perfection and finally standing there, looking at the car and thinking to yourself,” a company statement reads.