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Roadfly Magazine
Issue Ten
January 5, 2004
Los Angeles Auto Show 2004
Los Angeles Auto Show Photo Gallery
SEMA 2003
Toyota Tundra Double Cab Review
Infiniti QX56 Preview
Review PowerBook G4 17 inch
Coming Next Issue
Detroit Auto Show 2004
Jaguar S-Type Review

SEMA 2003: Bigger! Badder! Better?

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BMP Designs MINI Cooper S Blue Thunder

Supersprint performance exhaust headers for BMW

Ronal Wheels model next to Honda S2000

Ronal Wheels, performance after market wheels

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Roadfly is proud to share a relationship with quality vendors, and was pleased to see some of these vendors at the 2003 SEMA show. We spent time at their booths to bring you a few of the highlights from their product line-ups.

BMP Design (

BMP Design had a large booth in what was known as the "Center Hall," complete with their awesome BMP/Supersprint turbo-charged MINI Cooper S. BMP showcased some of their newest offerings from the Supsersprint line of products, including upgraded catalytic converters (available in stock, street and race trim), headers (including their awesome M5 headers that don't require engine removal for installation), and exhaust systems.

We talked briefly with Al Hafner, owner of BMP Designs, about the show and he commented that the show was, "A tremendous success," going on to say, "We ran out of catalogs long ago." He took time to show us some really cool cut-aways of the new catalytic converters, which clearly demonstrated the superior nature of the Supersprint products.

If the SEMA show is any indication of what BMP has in store for enthusiasts in 2004, it should be an exciting year (especially if you like to stomp on your gas pedal, mash the brakes or carve through apexes).

RONAL Wheels (

California-based Ronal Wheels brought along a stunning Honda S2000 that was outfitted with a version of their new, ultra-sweet "LZ Eleganz" wheels that were finished with a custom chrome outer rim, satin center and blue inlay. These new, 2-piece aluminum/titanium wheels are available in various arrangements, and can be customized with any paint color. Internet pricing for these beauties starts at just $370 per wheel.

Gary Allison, General Manager of Ronal Wheels USA told us that the show was going great, and that Ronal was happy to see so many visitors and enthusiasts at the show. Ronal builds quality wheels and doesn't seem to be resting on its (hearty) laurels. The LZ Eleganz wheels were gorgeous, and those stopping at the Ronal booth seemed to share our sentiments exactly.

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