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post #21 of 51 Old 31st August 2013, 04:26 PM
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Tony and I now own 1.5 ///M5, so I guess we are halfway of having multiple M5s

It is said that if you line up all the cars in the world end to end, someone would be stupid enough to try and pass them.

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post #22 of 51 Old 31st August 2013, 08:07 PM
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Tony and I now own 1.5 ///M5, so I guess we are halfway of having multiple M5s
Some years back I bought an M5 that had front end damage, so at that point I had 2.8 M5's !
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post #23 of 51 Old 31st August 2013, 09:51 PM
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post #24 of 51 Old 31st August 2013, 11:14 PM
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^Bagus M LIMA!

Love your s38 and s85. I try to get back to Indo to see family a couple times a year.
Fixed...darn iPhone English autocorrect.

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2007 e60 m5 6MT Interlagos Blue; DINAN 3.91 Exploded @8x,xxx ; Performance Gearing 3.91 LSD 3 clutch, 30/50 ramps, R&P polished ; RPi Oil Cooler/Scoops; DINAN High Flow Air Mass Meter/Intake, DINAN strut, DINAN Monoballs, DINAN I software, Einhorn Catless Race Jedders; DINAN 1, 2, 3 Middle Racing with 3.5" Resonators, DINAN LTW 19x9 ET18, 19x10 ET25, Michelin PSS 255/40/19 and 295/35/19, Macht Schnell 15mm spacers (front); Motul RBF 600; FERODO FRP3000H race pads; StopTech BBK 6/4 380mm/35mm x 380mm/32mm, SOLID RDSport F/R sways; CKS coils w/swift springs, -2.0/-2.5 F/R camber; z3 1.9L SSK, with f10 shifter; RedLine, F/R dashcams (and a couple other things) hardwired. Euro MDM and DSC off. Unicorn Jizz and Wolfpack Blood; Rod bearings replaced at 84,000 miles!! s85 + (afterthought) 6mt = 114,000 miles with no RCOD and counting ...just saying...

1988 e28 m5 STROKER 420bhp 91 octane(Paul Burke s38b39); Euro RestoMod track car: caged, 6 point FIA harness, FIA Sabelt GT-160 seats...AC/heater, interior, sunroof, rear seat delete; Euro Headers, dump valve, and race cats; z3 1.9L ssk; custom Ground Control Coilovers/camber plates; Mason Engineering front/rear strut bars; Brembo 6/4 BBK; 17x8 BBS RK w/Dunlop StarSpec II; undergoing Euro restoration, building the sub 2,600lb e28 CSL ///Motorsport never built.

1996 FZJ 80; Factory TRD Supercharger; Expo/Overland/Backcountry Rig; custom sleeper/drawer system, full rock armor, 33"s on 2.5" OME Heavy Lift; 221,000 miles and counting.
2008 Audi A3 S-Line Quattro w/flappy paddles (Mammoth Mountain Commuter)
2000 e39 m5 TiAg (Gone, but not forgotten) sold 7/2014 to a good home.

The Indys that I trust for all my Beasts' needs: http://oceansidemotorsports.com/ my local physician for service http://www.autohausfrankfurt.com/ my local Dinan supplier and coding experts http://www.trinityautosport.com/ my local drug dealer for my crack habit

~Viva La Wolfpack!
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Thanks Woody. Love your E28. I wish those car available here in Indonesia. btw, where did you get your RD Sport big brake kit for your E60? I am looking to buy one for mine.

Taffy, your “big black car” is awesomeee. never thought i would see one of those here.
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Thanks Woody. Love your E28. I wish those car available here in Indonesia. btw, where did you get your RD Sport big brake kit for your E60? I am looking to buy one for mine.
Thanks...my e28 is my favorite of them all.

The RDSport BBK is a StopTech BBK. StopTech makes a private label for RDSport.

I was lucky enough to get in a unbeliveable group buy through Trinity AutoSport (link in my signature).

http://www.m5board.com/vbulletin/m5-...ly-5-kits.html

And I think may have another StopTech deal going on now...

.:Trinity Autosport:. STOPTECH F/R BBK

If anything, you should check out RDSports sway bars for your e60. I went from Dinan FRC and rear sways to RDSport Sways for a more neutral feel. The car is much more balanced at the track. The stock understeer is gone.


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1988 e28 m5 STROKER 420bhp 91 octane(Paul Burke s38b39); Euro RestoMod track car: caged, 6 point FIA harness, FIA Sabelt GT-160 seats...AC/heater, interior, sunroof, rear seat delete; Euro Headers, dump valve, and race cats; z3 1.9L ssk; custom Ground Control Coilovers/camber plates; Mason Engineering front/rear strut bars; Brembo 6/4 BBK; 17x8 BBS RK w/Dunlop StarSpec II; undergoing Euro restoration, building the sub 2,600lb e28 CSL ///Motorsport never built.

1996 FZJ 80; Factory TRD Supercharger; Expo/Overland/Backcountry Rig; custom sleeper/drawer system, full rock armor, 33"s on 2.5" OME Heavy Lift; 221,000 miles and counting.
2008 Audi A3 S-Line Quattro w/flappy paddles (Mammoth Mountain Commuter)
2000 e39 m5 TiAg (Gone, but not forgotten) sold 7/2014 to a good home.

The Indys that I trust for all my Beasts' needs: http://oceansidemotorsports.com/ my local physician for service http://www.autohausfrankfurt.com/ my local Dinan supplier and coding experts http://www.trinityautosport.com/ my local drug dealer for my crack habit

~Viva La Wolfpack!

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post #28 of 51 Old 2nd September 2013, 01:59 PM
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To own one E34 M5 is a treat , to own more is a blessing !

This is my favourite , thanks to the many wonderful experiences that she has provided :


Better a day as a tiger than a lifetime as a sheep !

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...and David - it was a pleasure following (and occasionally leading) around the 'ring in what was my favourite M5 of all I've owned - my former Orinoco LE GE00359 !

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2000 Dinan S4 E39 M5 Touring Anthracite Metallic / Black Extended - The original and one and only...Unicorn!!!
2006 Dinan S2 M5 Silverstone II / Indianapolis Red - The Garage Queen


SOLD - 1993 M5 Schwarz / Black - The Ronin Car!
SOLD - 2001 Dinan S2 540iT M Sport Orient Blue / Sand Beige
SOLD -1995 Dinan 540i M Sport Cosmos Black / Black Leather - #20 of 200 pcs.
PARTED OUT - 2001 BMW M5 Anthracite Metallic / 2-tone Silverstone Extended (R.I.P)
PARTED OUT - 2001 BMW M5 Anthracite Metallic / Carmel Extended (R.I.P.)
SOLD - 1993 BMW Euro M5 3.8 Touring Diamond Schwarz Metallic / Alcantara Suede - Oh how I miss u.
SOLD - 1988 BMW US Spec M5 Schwarz / Natur w/ 77k miles - complete Euro conversion - The Museum Piece.


Viva La Wolfpack!
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