Showing posts from February, 2019

2016 Dodge Charger Scat Pack on 22" Blaque Diamond BD-15

Femme Fatale. You know the look. Tight, fitted red dress, just the right amount of lipstick, slit on one side, and hair did every time you see her. She’s deadly but who can resist her? Well, Dodge has created her automotive doppelganger. This 2016 Dodge Charger Scatpack is the “lady of the night” to conquer straight lines. By now, you know the Charger/Challenger twins’ resume. Fitted with a 6.4 liter V8, the heart of this muscle car puts out 485 horsepower and
475 lb-ft. of torque. But aside from it’s track cred, you would be remised to think this isn’t a viable street warrior. Damsel in distress be damned, the looks of the Charger Scatpack are aimed to kill.

The owner of this beautiful example, @jdlmnz5, has made a considerable amount  of modifications to the car. Everyone knows a lady loves her accessories. The front light housings are clear with white and red led light strips for running lights and side markers respectively. A rear roof spoiler has been added for dramatic effect. …

The All New BD-F18

Fresh for 2019, Blaque Diamond enters the world of Lightweight Wheels with the BD-F18. This new brave style not only shows you a glimpse into the future for Blaque Diamond, but now gives it’s customers the wheels they have been asking for. The BD-F18 is a flow forged wheel which will change the way you think of aftermarket wheels.

The BD-F18 is lighter, stronger, and more stylish than the competition. Whether you’re going for balls to wall performance or you are looking for that unique staggered style, the BD-F18 offers the best of both worlds. With a deep concave profile and pocketed spoke design, you are sure to make a statement no matter which ride they go on. The BD-F18 also features an exclusive Diamond Center Cap you won’t see anywhere else.

The flow forged process leverages an ancient technology to create new breakthroughs for today. Forging is a manufacturing process that shapes metal using compressive forces. This metalworking technique is typically employed whenever a compo…

2016 Lamborghini Huracan LP610-4 BD-F18 on 20" Blaque Diamond BD-F18

The Lamborghini Huracan LP610-4 has a long name with a long supercar heritage to uphold. The wedge-like design ensures that the air thoroughly slips around the baby lambo’s curves. Intakes on the front and sides make sure the radiators are cool and the engine can breathe properly. Designed by Italian’s finest both artistically and mechanically, you would think aftermarket add-ons and deletions would take away from the aesthetic and balanced beauty that this supercar possesses. But then you’d be wrong.
Gintani Motorworks has put this amazing piece of kit together. Personally, Gintani added a Stage 2 twin turbos and tuned the engine for the modifications. The twin turbo kit is a G1000. Clearly the 1,000 bit translates to 1,000 horsepower, which should put a smug grin on any car enthusiasts’ face. Other alterations include a wide and sleek rear wing provided by RSC Tuning. Novitec has supplied their custom suspension and lowered the car for a more aggressive and race inspired stance. For…

2019 BMW M850i on 20" Blaque Diamond BD-F18 in Gloss Black

After a long awaited 20 years, BMW finally rolls out the second generation 8 series dubbed the BMW M850i. This all new BMW, just like his older brother, is the top of the line offering from BMW. The 8 indicates the models status at the top of the food chain among the BMW M6, i8, and Alpina series models. Initially offered as the M850i, you can expect to see more models coming in the future including a convertible model and the highly anticipated M8.

The M850i is a big boy weighing in at approximately 5,280 lbs, but don't fooled by the massive size of this beast. Equip with a 4.4-liter 523-hp twin turbo V8, you can expect to hit 60 mph in only 3.4 seconds. That's on par with the likes of the Lamborghini LP-580 which performs the 0-60 in 3.4 seconds and only two hundredths of a second slower than a Porsche GT3. Those are some pretty impressive numbers considering both the other cars were made to be track monsters. BMW's Head of Suspension, Jon Van As, was quoted saying the …