12th September 2011, 07:19
Company Representative for Evolve Automotive
Join Date: Aug 2009
2003 M5 matte black
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Originally Posted by agreenrhino
The primary reason they are used in European racing is because there is not a lot of QUALITY options for the late final drives.
-- Brett Anderson KMS - Koala Motorsport Inc
Mike,the price is not that bad on the Drexler,was more expensive a few years ago.
I think their driveshafts are expensive....but so are GKN Motorsport.
If I have to buy a budget diff for a non-LSD car,I go for a Quaife.
If I need something serious,Drexler it is.
Simple as that.
2003 M5 "The Matte Black Money Pit"
ALPHA-N by EVOLVE,Power remapped-modified heads-Schrick cams-modified throttle bodies and velocity stacks-modified rods and crank-EVOLVE headers
-Willans 4-point harness -CAI with custom built MAF delete tubes fed through fog light covers -lighter oem flywheel-Sachs performance clutch-clutch stop-Drexler differential stock ratio-electric fan with control unit-545i SSK-HEL braided teflon brake lines-IATS reloction-Bilstein PSS9-HD sway bar links-M3 swaybar brackets rear-CF bonnet with vents-subframe reinforcement-40mm wider fenders front and 25mm rear-aluminium ///M pedals and foot rest-CF roundels-LED AE-foglight delete-AP BBK kit 6piston calipers front-CF strut bar front-full suspension rebuild-camber plates with uniballs front-Dinan sway bar-illuminated inner door handles-Alcantara roof liner-M-Audio system- Hamann HM2 10x19" wheels 275/30 front and 295/30 rear
2002 M5 former known as "The Breaker"
Carbon black/black sport interior/titanium trim,37k miles,bone stock
-20cm of the trunk and quarter panels missing...
-rebuild in winter 2011/2012
2001 530iA Touring/Orient blue/tan leather
-"submarine edition",a bit boost and some M5 parts...
1979 635CSI Black/white leather