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Siri Hack On BMW M6

Posted 17th February 2012 at 10:35 by TonyHFM
Starting up my Car with Siri - YouTube
Link Watch that Hack.

Heres a clip of some flybys Eisenmann Exhaust
BMW M6 BRUTAL POWER 0-60 Eisenmann - YouTube
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Blog back track - Oil Change Castrol Edge 5W30 - 4/13/2011

Posted 21st January 2012 at 01:33 by bimmerule
This was my first oil change DIY on the M5 after having it changed at the shop twice before. It turned out to be much easier than I thought. My car is an 01, so I figured can't go wrong with 5W30, car took 7.25 qts to top mark, 72000 on the odo.
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looking for an E39 M5 please guys if you could help

Posted 20th January 2012 at 11:58 by j17yog
Hi i was wondering if you could help me i live in London and i am looking for a BMW M5 E39 i would love an E60 but i can not afford it .
i am looking for a 2001 or 02 lemans blue or black face lift with low millage i would really appreciate it if you could help me my dreams were to buy a new but i have gone bankrupt and lost everything but when i drove the E39 again i must have one please let me know if you could help.

kindest regards

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Blog back track - Dinan Rear Sway Bar - 8/23/2011

Posted 20th January 2012 at 00:06 by bimmerule
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Backed car onto metal ramps, took a pair of wrenches (16mm, 18mm?) and replaced the stock bar and bushings in about 30 minutes. I set the adjustable bar to full firm, figured might as well dial it up. With my staggered set up, it has proven to neutralize hard corners very effectively. I still have NOT snapped off any sway bar bracket yet, so I probably did not push it as hard as some folks have.

While I was under the car, there was a ******* earthquake in Virginia that went all...
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Blog back track - Oil Change LubroMoly GT 10W60 - 8/16/2011

Posted 17th January 2012 at 06:22 by bimmerule
Updated 18th January 2012 at 04:50 by bimmerule
LubroMoly Race GT 10W60 oil, 7.25 qts to full, $80 from BavAuto, Hengst oil filter, $10. I no longer need torque wrench for tightening the oil drain bolt, going by feel now after 2nd DYI oil change. Mileage 78500. Initial impressions, engine revs a bit slower, but engine compression tolerance feels tighter, same throttle travel produce more torque.
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