Wheel of the Month

Evosport's ES105 is a forged monoblock alloy wheel fronted by a classic split-five-spoke design. The full-face arrangement is intended for maximum aesthetic appeal, and its T-6061 construction guarantees maximum strength with reduced unsprung weight. It is compatible with tire pressure monitoring systems, will accept factory center caps, and is available in custom offsets to accommodate aftermarket brake kits. Diameters range from 19 to 22 inches in widths up to 13 inches for many European vehicle applications including Aston Martin, Audi, Bentley, BMW, Ferrari, Mercedes-Benz, Maserati, Porsche, and Lamborghini. Contact for pricing.

Evosport
714.901.3100
evosport.com

Got brake fade? ESE Tuning says it has your solution. The company claims it really did its homework on this one; these performance brake lines are made with an extruded Teflon core center, outer stainless steel braided wire covering, and eight different variations of colored PVC coverings to choose from. ESE Tuning Stainless Steel Brake Lines reduce volumetric expansion and come covered by a lifetime warranty. From $99

ESE tuning
888.633.5237
esetuning.com

Enhance the visual aggression of your BMW X6 with performance lowering springs from Vogtland. The company claims more than 100 years of spring manufacturing experience. The X6 application drops the vehicle by up to 40mm to lower the SAV's center of gravity and sharpen handling. Applications are available for air-suspension-equipped vehicles, as well as those not so equipped. Vogtland lowering springs are wound in Germany to strict TüV quality specifications.

Vogtland North America
951.694.6981
vogtland-na.com

AutoEnginuity has announced the availability of version 8.3 of its popular ScanTool software. This version focuses on completing the port of enchanced expansions, including Jaguar and Land Rover, to the ProLine hardware line. This provides functionality previously impossible to support such as MCAN body controllers for Jaguar/Land Rover, RCM support for older Jags, and removing the requirement of a "pigtail" for Land Rover body controllers. Other additions include Porsche Cayenne improvements for 2008 and later and 997 Turbo TOP DME coverage, BMW R50/R51/R53 adaptation resets, and full Mercedes Sprinter support.

AutoEnginuity
autoenginuity.com

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