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Old 4th February 2009, 12:38   #811
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looks wery nice
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Old 20th February 2009, 21:32   #812
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looks really nice. My fave alpina rims. 16's right?

Those Mtech trims below the door. Did you recently replace those? They are impossible to adjust into the correct position unless you spend several hours scraping the residue from the original ones off. I had the same issue and it was a huge pita to get that corroded goo off of the bottom of the door. Even harder if some of it is rust.
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looks really nice. My fave alpina rims. 16's right?
Look like 17s.
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Old 21st February 2009, 23:17   #815
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Can't find the pictures of damn good red 3.8 on m-parallels and KW2 suspension seen before (here). Could someone help me ?
Found it myself finally:

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Dallas,

I must have missed your post looking for this photo or I would have sent it to you. I have this very picture as my backround on my home computer; one of my very favourite M5's and one which still tempts me towards the KW coilover route!!

Well done for finding it and posting it again.

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one of my very favourite M5's and one which still tempts me towards the KW coilover route!!

...and rightfully so! Perfect stance.
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looks really nice. My fave alpina rims. 16's right?

Those Mtech trims below the door. Did you recently replace those? They are impossible to adjust into the correct position unless you spend several hours scraping the residue from the original ones off. I had the same issue and it was a huge pita to get that corroded goo off of the bottom of the door. Even harder if some of it is rust.
17inch, 265's on the back, 245's on the front (IIRC)

I haven't replaced anything on the car yet, but, theskirts etc we're painted white just before I got the car last year, don't know if they we're done on the car on not.

do they look wrong?
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Do i look happy ?


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You do Ray .....yes indeed !

What size are those discs and what did the brakes come off ?

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