Following on from its BMW M3-based GT 500, Giessen-based tuning specialist Leib Engineering has revealed a GT 300 program to suit the E92 series 325i.
Leib’s optimized inlet manifold and ECU software sees output from the 3.0-litre straight-six climb from 160 kW (218 hp) to 220 kW (295 hp), with the optional Supersprint exhaust system yielding a further 11 kW (15 hp).
Chassis changes include an uprated braking system with 338 mm and 324 mm discs gripped by six and two-piston calipers respectively, Variant 3 KW coilover suspension and a set of 8.5 and 9.5 x 19-inch BBS CH-R alloy wheels covered in 235/35 and 275/30 Pirelli P Zero rubber.
The only external differences consist of a Kerscher Tuning carbon fibre front lip and matte black BMW Performance rear diffuser, with the interior simply receiving short-stroke anodized black flappy paddle shifters. We won’t mention the sticker bombing…
[Source: Leib Engineering]