BMWpedals ///M pedals, Valentine 1 Radar/Laser detector hardwired, Blendmount Valentine 1 detector mount, Dension 500 Gateway and Specdock Iphone Dock, Black BMW steering wheel emblem, Bavarian Soundwerks BSW Stage 1 speaker upgrade, Trinity Autosport Interior LED lighting, Formula 1 Pinnacle Tint
DINAN badge (matte black), Matte Black Front Grill, Matte Black Side Grills, Matte Black ///M Badge, Custom headlight lenses by Republic Wraps with Orion V4 LED Angel Eyes, Trinity AutoSport Smoked LED Side Markers, Trinity AutoSport Black BMW Roundels and wheel caps, WeissLicht Xenon LED License Plate lights, Bumper Plugs, H&R Track Plus spacers, ///M valve stem caps
RPi GT Headers (catless), DINAN 3.91 Limited Slip Differential, DINAN Stage III Engine Performance Software, DINAN custom software tune for cat delete and optimal efficiency, DINAN Stage II Suspension System, DINAN High Flow Middle Racing Exhaust with 3.5" resonators (secondary cat delete), DINAN Free Flow Exhaust (matte black tips), DINAN High Flow Air Mass Meter/Intakes, DINAN Carbon Fiber Rear Shock Tower Brace, Sprint booster V2, Hawk HPS Brake Pads, Stoptech Stainless Steel Brake Lines, EvoSport Power Performance Pulley, RPi SVI Oil Cooler, RPi Ram Air Induction Scoops (black), OEM charcoal filter delete, Track four wheel alignment to DINAN Stage II suspension specs, Michelin Pilot Super Sports
BMW Personalization Coding
Removed seatbelt chime, close windows with comfort access, disable Idrive disclaimer, fold mirrors with comfort access, fuel reserve warning 1/8th tank, removed speed correction factor, amber corner eyes delete, close windows with FOB, digital speedometer, fold mirrors with FOB, turn signals in HUD, Euro Flash-To-Pass (Xenon)
2007 e60 m5 6MT Interlagos Blue; RPI Oil Cooler and Scoops; DINAN High Flow Air Mass Meter and Intake, DINAN 3.91 diff, DINAN strut, DINAN Monoballs, DINAN software, DINAN High Flow Middle Racing Exhaust (secondary cat delete) with 3.5" Resonators, DINAN Free Flow Section 3 Exhaust, DINAN 19x9 ET18, 19x10 ET25, Michelin PSS 255/40/19 and 305/30/19, Macht Schnell 15mm spacers (front); Motul RBF 600; FERODO FRP3000H race pads; RDSport/StopTech BBK 380mm/35mm x 380mm/32mm, RD Sport Front and Rear sways; CKS coils w/swift springs; z3 1.9L SSK, with f10 shifter; Escort RedLine (and a couple other things) hardwired. Euro MDM and DSC off. Rod bearings replaced at 84,000 miles! s85 + (afterthought) 6mt =96,000 miles with no RCOD and counting ...just saying...
2000 e39 m5 TiAg; PSS9 Coilover; AA Intake/Tune and sink drains; Custom Britalman exhaust; updated 16:9 NAV and steering wheel; z3 1.9L ssk; 177,000 miles and counting.
1988 e28 m5 STROKER (Paul Burke s38b38); The one that started it all; the one I'll never sell...Euro Headers, race cats and exhaust; z3 1.9L ssk; custom Ground Control Coilovers/camber plates; Mason Engineering front/rear strut bars; Brembo 6/4 BBK; 17x8 BBS RK w/Dunlop StarSpec II; undergoing full Euro restoration.
1996 FZJ 80; TRD Supercharger; Expo/Overland/Backcountry Rig; custom sleeper/drawer system, full rock armor, 33"s on 2.5" OME Heavy Lift; 214,000 miles and counting.
2008 Audi A3 S-Line Quattro (Mammoth Mountain Commuter)
Anyone super knowledgeable about tires? I just replaced replaced my rear PS2s two weeks ago (tire blow out during Targa Trophy Rally). Would I achieve any benefit with replacing my fronts with the pilot super sports or will it not make much of a difference since I have new rear PS2s and not pilot super sports?
Personally, I'm not a fan of mixing -- call me old school. I would think running stickier PSSs would encourage the car to want to swap ends. I could be wrong, but I know if I'm running square, new tires go on the rear and old tires go to the front.
I just got two new rear PS2 when i went to my 19's to match my barely used fronts from my stock set up. I really wanted to go with four new PSSs, but couldn't bare the thought of not using my barely used PS2s. I think I could have gotten away with running the stickier PSSs in the rear and the PS2s up front. But, at the end of the day, I just decided to stay with the PS2s at all four corners.