The Best of Both Worlds

There’s a bit of segregation in this scene. On one side you have the function guys; the ones who love the raw thrill of driving. On the other hand, you have the show crew who appreciate the aesthetics and customizability of cars. Now, the majority of people feel that a car on air suspension cant perform well on a track. Normally I would agree, up until recently when I saw a bagged STI outperform others on the track. So is there a happy medium? Ask Randy. The BMW 335 is no slouch out of the box but Rizz had big plans for his Barbera Red coupe. With a handful of bolt ons, this power happy N54 power plant is pushing more than enough for some spirited driving, all while sitting on Bag Riders air suspension. Best of Both Worlds? You decide.

Rizz just got the 19×9.5 /19×11 Forgestar F14’s but he is already thinking its time for something different! PICKY!

The rare Barbera Red color looks purple in some light. Crazy!


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 -Bag riders Air Suspension
-Forgestar F14 19×9.5 /19×11
– ECS drilled and slotted rotors
– Powdercoated black brakes
-H&R sway bars
– Custom painted headlights
– Painted window trims
– Carbon fiber mirrors
-Carbon fiber front lip
– Custom cut out rear bumper with quad diffuser
– M3 side skirts
-Black grills
– HID fogs
– 20% all around tints
– Roof spoiler
-Carbon fiber fiber trunk fin
-Carbon fiber bmw logos
– M3 steering wheel
– Blacked out fender corner lights
-ZHP shift knob
– Short shifter
– Upgraded clutch stop
– AFE twin cone intake
– Big Tom fmic
– ER charge pipe with HKS bov
– BMS occ
– AR catless dp
– Cobb Ap
– AE full exhaust with cyba tips
– Active Autowerkes strut brace
-Alpine Type R sub with custom box


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