BMW M3 Catches the Orange Fever from VF and EAS

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The Orange Fever E90 M3 roars on the dyno.

The Orange Fever BMW M3 (E90) was a project developed by VF Engineering and European Auto Source. The M3 VF620 was a daily driver with 70,000 miles on the clock until the owner decided it was time for an update and power boost. Thanks to an updated ECU, the BMW M3 now puts out an extra 23hp. In addition to the software changes, the M3 Orange Fever has received a VF620 Supercharger System, LCI taillight conversion, Macht Schnell Competition spacers and stud conversions and Matte Carbon pieces from Vorsteiner.

The Vorsteiner kit includes a carbon front bumper, trunk, diffuser and exhaust system. It sits on a set of 20-inch Radenergie R7 wheels. Hear the BMW M3 Orange Fever roar on the dyno in the clip below:

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