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Old 4th February 2010, 15:02   #51
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Love the rear spolier, where did you get this from? Makes it look more meaty
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Old 4th February 2010, 15:53   #52
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I love the carbon rear defuser with the metal trim exhaust cut outs. Can you give me a heads up on where I can get one. ?

He custom fab'd it himself. He bought an aftermarket OEM style diffuser and cut the metal on his own.

I bought one of his diffusers from him and had someone make the metal for me.

You can see my link of it here: My new diffuser (uninstalled)
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Old 4th February 2010, 20:52   #53
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Sweet looking M5 Atlanta, tasteful and the rims are perfect.
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Old 4th February 2010, 21:08   #54
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Thanks very much, and thanks guys for posting the links and information about the spoiler and diffuser.
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Old 4th February 2010, 21:46   #55
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Hey Garrett! your car looks better everytime I see it. Absolutely amazing, love the LMs I am kicking myself everyday for selling the one I had on my car.
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One of my all time favourite beasts on the Board, it’s a beautiful example of a modified M5
I’ve enjoyed watching it go through a myriad of changes since 2004.
It would be great if you could provide us a list of the work done Garrett…

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Old 5th February 2010, 02:09   #57
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D Rod...the CSL's were good. I had been running 20" DPE's for a while and switched to the 19" CSL's...so the ride was a little better with the CSL's...everything was good overall, no rubbing or anything...however, the CSL wheels sat inside too much so I pushed them out and the look was better, more aggressive and flush with the fenders.

Here's a few more of the LM's, and one shot showing modded M5 rear vs stock 550i M Sport rear.
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Thanks Ron, hope you and the amazing blue beast are well.

StuM5, thanks for the kind words. Sure when I have time I'll post a thread with a few more photos and full list of mods, gonna be long lol.
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doesn't get any better then this
I remember suggesting to you to get the LM's with gunmetel centers late last year

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Doing well Garrett thanks for asking, the beast is away for the winter cant really do too much weather has not been too kind this winter so she is asleep awaiting spring to arrive will post a few pics soon.
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