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Net Catches : That's CRAZY

by Shopify API

9 years ago

Words by : Ben Wong, Photos by : Off the web

Some time back I found this off the web, can't quite recall where. I have always been envious of the crazy shit that can be done overseas. It makes it worst too see stuff like this BMW on the net. I have no idea what engine is that, neither do I know how the heck did they fit that in. All I know is, based on looks alone, that is one crazy powerful BMW right there. DAMN do I wish this was possible here. In a country that requires government approval for changing an exhaust, that would be an extremely far fetched day-dream. *UPDATE* Thanks to Mayday Garage for sharing, Luke Guillory replied with the build thread on this car linked HERE!
Then again, perhaps there's a reason why Singapore doesn't allow such heavy modifications. They're afraid that power might be too hard to control. Here's what happened to that car you saw above. *Note: Driver and passenger are fine (at least that's what I remembered the caption said)" What's your take on allowing such modifications in Singapore?


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