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Strongly recommended for European members (Central and Eastern European members). Shipping worldwide incl. USA. Installation manual is included and the parts can be installed at any dealer.

If you choose to install the kit at Hartge's facilities in Germany (Beckingen) Hartge can arrange a Hotel for you the night before and will provide you with a car during the time of conversion to see the nice countryside as they have nice wine in the region.

If you are lucky you might even can meet the founder, Mr Herbert Hartge.

Please contact sales departement at [email protected] or call Jörg at Hartge in Germany (speaks English).

Hartge kit on one owners Silverstone II M5 E60, click here. Interlagos Blue click here. Sepang Bronze click here, and Sapphire Black from UAE click here and one more sapphire black M5 in Luxembourg click here. For a shorter testdriove at Hartge facilities click here.[/size][/size][/font]

For a Silver Grey Hartge BMW M5 in San Fransisco click here

Tel.+49 6835/506-11 * Fax +49 6835/506-17

Hartge kit on one owners Silverstone II M5 E60, click here. Interlagos Blue click here. Sepang Bronze click here, and Sapphire Black from UAE click here and one more sapphire black M5 in Luxembourg click here. For a shorter testdriove at Hartge facilities click here. Hartge M5 in Sepang Bronze from Dubai here

Black Hartge M5 from USA.

One more Black Hartge M5 in Florida.

Hartge Carbon Fibre Interiour kit here.



































High res pic:

http://www.m5board.com/temp/HARTGE_E60_M5_1max.jpg

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http://www.m5board.com/temp/HARTGE_E60_M5_2max.jpg


Installed on a M5 owners in Sweden:

This M5 Silverstone II was equipped with Hartge 21 inch wheels. :cool: Video here.






This M5 Silverstone II was equipped with Hartge 21 inch wheels.
Video here.




































This is a lucky M5 owner from Stockholm, Sweden. Also you can see Jörg at Hartge :byebye: ([email protected])
























































Three x Silverstone II outside Hartge Headquarters in Beckingen, Germany.









 

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really want to order those wheels for my car, but can anyone tell me will it affect the performance of the car, cause it looks like so heavy.. thanks
 

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Hi Gustav, thanks alot. also do you know any companies make titanium exhause for E60 M5, and what other stuff can we modify at the moment?? thanks again
 

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This is what Jörg told me:

"Hello Gustav,

Don't worry, we have compared the HARTGE 21s to the standard
19s and dind't feel a difference at all of the acceleration.

Actually, the car has a better grip with the 21s!

All the best,

Jörg"
 

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ok thanks again Gustav, i know what to do now.. hehehehhe

do you have any pics of Black M5 with 21 Hartge classic 2??
cheers
 

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Regarding the Hartge top speed limiter:

It showed:

"Head up display: 328 km/h

Speedometer: 330 km/h

Than you can feel the car stops. It's like another limiter. It feels like
the car is reducing the gas pedal. Hard to explain. You need a long
straight line to reach this speed. Sorry, we didn’t measure the top speed by GPS. It was on the way
to the Nordschleife and that Autobahn makes you sweat anyway.
Up and down through the Eifel forest."
 

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All I have to say is: WOW!! :cheers: :cheers: :cheers:
 

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9.5 x 21'' = 18kg
10.5 x 21'' = 19 kg

This is because of construction and to fullfill the degree of hardness for TÜV approval.

TUV = German test authorities.


StealthBlue said:
What are the individual weights of the hartge wheels in 21" diameter?
 
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