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Gustav said:
Nice. I wonder how the LC would work on that surface?
My experience with the older system in the M3 was that it didn't adjust to reduced traction surfaces so you would end up with lots of wheelspin.
 

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Thanks for the terrific find, Ashok.
 

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Wow, great read. No doubt the M5 will be a performance monster, but there is much more to a car than that, in my opinion.

Thanks for posting the article,

Travis
 

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Yeah, exactly Gustav. Good point. The article is definitely nice but using LC on salt is bullshit!ouich
Could anybody from US members tell us how the surface looks like/feels like? From the pics it looks dusty and slippery.
And is it possible to drive there legally or do you need some special permit?
Thanks
 

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Even more unbeleivable is that it was written by an official BMW publication...



vndkshn said:
Why can't mags get the simple things right?

"25% more power than the old 4.0-litre V8..."

But I did like the statement about the heads turning when it starts.
 
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