The first changes boosted the twin turbo to a whopping 427 rear-wheel horsepower on two different dynos; one in Texas and another at RPI in California. The upgrades included an RPI FMIC, a Stett Performance charge pipe, upgraded turbos and dual intake, AFE downpipe and throttle body spacer, and it was tuned with the essence of ESS.
To complement the added performance, Molina turned to Prior Design to have the first of their full wide body kits installed in an American-based BMW. Once complete, it was painted a Bianco Fuji white matte paint. The interior was recovered in grey suede, while 20-inch three-piece Forgeline wheels wrapped in Toyo Tires, finished off the dazzling exterior.
With the upgraded rear bumper, a custom exhaust was needed. Carlos turned to Magnaflow for a one-off exhaust system and gained more free-flowing horsepower. A combination of 16540, 15544 and 35168 was used to complete the upgraded look of the e92.