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Old 16th December 2009, 17:59   #21
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There are many members with ESS kits. Did you see the threads in the E39 M5 Forum?

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For example, I have a 2000 M5 with 90k miles - is it worth putting an ESS kit on it? or is the car past it's prime for a superchager mod and I should stick to cheaper minor upgrades? At this point, I am only putting on about 6k miles per year and it's not a daily driver. Thoughts?
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You can add this to RDSport Competition Exhaust w/ RD X pipe:

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very nice list went through it all thank you very much
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Should we add in the ESS tuning SMG reflash?
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great compilation,well done!!
HRE 847R
LCI Taillight
Tubi Rumor
Custom Painted Kidney Grill
Lumma Carbon Roof Spoiler
Vorsteiner Carbon Boot Lid
Vorsteiner Add- on Diffuser
Vorsteiner Aero Front Spoiler
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So Much info~

Thanks! wow there is so much info to go through. Good job!
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Keeping this handy! Amazing work.

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Threads like these reignite the mod bug
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