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post #6711 of 6799 Old 23rd March 2019, 06:08 AM
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Lol! I may do an up-and-back on Saturday, as I have to be on a plane Sunday to Dallas. Isaac is probably going to do the same.

Hereís the other rub..., Kev and I have an enduro race scheduled on Saturday, if we can get our race car finished in time. I donít think we will get it finished. Heck, Iím still trying to finish my track car before BimmerFest.
Kev booked his room. Not that I wish for you guys to miss the enduro race but would love to see the Wolf Pack there, even if you guys are just doing a day trip.

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Kev booked his room. Not that I wish for you guys to miss the enduro race but would love to see the Wolf Pack there, even if you guys are just doing a day trip.
Kev forgot about the race...so did I, until the other co-owner reminded me tonight!!!

And keep trolling Issac and Paul on FB...the guys are sending me screenshots

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158,000 miles of daily driving. Just replaced my 6MT clutch at 157,000 miles and my second set of rod bearings at 150,000 miles. And Iím on my ORIGINAL throttle actuators!!!

LOL at the guys too scared to drive their e60s!

Yes, it takes an F1 budget to keep these things in top form, but thatís true with ANY high revving exotic engine.


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Love it when a week goes by and my car still looks like it was just detailed this morning. 🙂 makes me happy.
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130k miles here, I'm right there with you. These cars just keep getting better.
Saw a purple M5 on his insta that just got this full kit....man the lip looks so good on that purple. Check out his page


Placed my order for the Dinmann front lip about a week ago. Excited to get it...going to be 3-4 weeks though. Still debating how I want to mount it...I really don't want to drill holes in the bumper. Are/were you able to use any stock holes on the underneath? Did you have to drill holes in the splitter or did it come pre drilled? Does a regular drill bit work?

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Mine is a daily driver as well at 125,000 kms with original rod bearings and original throttle actuators.

Though I have ordered BE from Jim of FAMS.

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LOL at the guys too scared to drive their e60s!

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Mine is a daily driver as well at 125,000 kms with original rod bearings and original throttle actuators.

Though I have ordered BE from Jim of FAMS.








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Saw a purple M5 on his insta that just got this full kit....man the lip looks so good on that purple. Check out his page


Placed my order for the Dinmann front lip about a week ago. Excited to get it...going to be 3-4 weeks though. Still debating how I want to mount it...I really don't want to drill holes in the bumper. Are/were you able to use any stock holes on the underneath? Did you have to drill holes in the splitter or did it come pre drilled? Does a regular drill bit work?
I drilled holes, the bumper didn't have any I could use and the splitter had none. I actually got mine used but the original owner used tape. I didn't want to take a chance of it coming off at speed. I think I ended up using 5 or 7 bolts, it's very secure.
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