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      10-03-2012, 05:14 PM   #33
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Originally Posted by Andrew@ActiveAutowerke View Post
Last post you will see from me in here.

This is from the ESS website.

Application intended for: E90 M3, E91 M3, E92 M3 from 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011, on 2007 and 2008MY cars we recommend upgrading the rod bearings to latest BMW spec before installing this kit.
Interesting that it says that on the site. A friend of mine with an 08 inquired with Roman @ ESS his concern about fitting their kit to his car, and Roman replied that if he plans on doing the VT600 or lower kit, that it should not have any issues. So it appears that the step from the 600 to the 625 would call for new bearings? Seems like the 600 might be on the edge then for 2008 cars? I'm curious as I'm planning to supercharge mine at some point, but I have a lovely 12/07 build because I bought the M3 the first week it hit the floor.

Aside from that, you guys all really need to stop fighting and focus on making your own products better!

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Last edited by BPMSport; 10-03-2012 at 05:22 PM.