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Cam Shaft BMW X6M Tuned by PP-Performance

Wednesday, September 25th, 2013:

A new package from the tuners at Cam Shaft has hit the tuning scene for the BMW X6M. They partnered up with PP-Performance to give it the works with new styling and tuning under the hood. Cam Shaft started with the exterior foil wrap that is called the frozen anthracite matte metallic and features diamond black accents. We also notice some Vorsteiner aftermarket body parts made of carbon fiber.

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Cam Shaft BMW M3 Coupe Wrapped Up

Wednesday, June 27th, 2012:

The German car tuners at Cam Shaft have completed a new project based on the BMW M3 Coupe. Since the company specializes in car wraps, they spread a new matte space-gray metallic foil over the sports car. Pricing for this modification is €1,785 or US$2,230 for the body and an additional €715 or US$890 to wrap other visible sections such as the door and cabin area. However, before the wrapping took place, Cam Shaft hooked up the BMW M3 with several aftermarket parts.

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Cam Shaft Ferrari 458 Italia

Friday, September 9th, 2011:

The guys at Cam Shaft have done a tatseful Ferrari tuning job with the Ferrari 458 Italia by using chrome throughout the exterior. Check the out the pictures where you can see the slight chrome additions to the roof, winglets, and rear diffuser. Then you have the tinted taillights and black wheels to contrast the chrome effect. Overall, you have a unique Ferrari 458 Italia that has handled a chrome accent look quite well.

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Cam Shaft Cadillac CTS-V

Saturday, December 11th, 2010:

Cam Shaft Cadillac CTS-V

The car wrapping specialists from Cam Shaft have released their latest work on the Cadillac CTS-V. On the exterior level, the car was foiled with a matte white wrap, and the tuners can even do the visible parts inside the doors if customers choose. To contrast the new white look, all chrome-plated parts were painted in matte black, while the wheels received the same treatment. Regarding performance, Cam Shaft turned to Wait4Me for a new compressor kit to boost the CTS-V numbers. A larger polished air intake was installed, and the tuning firm optimized the ECU software to increase the boost by 0.4 bar to give the 6.2-liter engine a total output of 630 horsepower. These are shocking numbers to any Cadillac fan, because typically these cars are seen as a luxury brand name over a true performance car.

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