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Old 28th September 2009, 21:54   #1081
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Old 29th September 2009, 01:19   #1082
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Those are ground control coil overs in the pictures. I have them on my car as well.

What spring rates are you getting?

Those Hartge's will look great on an e34.
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Old 1st October 2009, 16:51   #1083
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Those are ground control coil overs in the pictures. I have them on my car as well.

What spring rates are you getting?

Those Hartge's will look great on an e34.

do the camber plates make a world of difference on the handling? i'm still running the original suspension and its still feels like a go-kart. just wondering how much improvement can you get outta those.

btw, i'm using yellow adjustable koni's on my other E34 525i, yet the M5 still feels much much more chuck-able
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do the camber plates make a world of difference on the handling? i'm still running the original suspension and its still feels like a go-kart. just wondering how much improvement can you get outta those.

btw, i'm using yellow adjustable koni's on my other E34 525i, yet the M5 still feels much much more chuck-able
i would say they do. I've added them to both my e34 and e39 m5 and feel they really sharpen up the turn-in ability of the car, and help with front tire wear as well.
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Stunning!!

What size up front? They look über wide.
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Cool car Lantz. Love the LM's.
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Great car Lantz !

Granite Silver is one of my fav. colours on the M5......and those wheels.....I love them too !

What rear muffler do you have and whats the difference over stock ?..... may have to buy one ( rear muffler ) for my parts store and was wondering.

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Great car Lantz !

Granite Silver is one of my fav. colours on the M5......and those wheels.....I love them too !

What rear muffler do you have and whats the difference over stock ?..... may have to buy one ( rear muffler ) for my parts store and was wondering.

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Judging by the signature, it's a Eisenmann Race muffler. Looks like the 83mm tips.
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The Dinan wheels are 17x9 with an offset of most likely +15 all around.
Current tires are 255/40/17, also all around. It completely changed turn-in and mid corner behavior, I love it.
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