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      03-03-2014, 08:41 PM   #1
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▀▄ eas | Jerez Black gets the Ohlins treatment

For daily driven cars that make their way to the track on the weekends, the Ohlins Road & Track coilover system is the perfect solution. Featuring dual flow valve (DFV) technology, these Ohlins coilovers offer superior handling without sacrificing daily comfort. To get the most from the new suspension, we dialed-in a 50/50 weight distribution with a corner balancing service, and then configured a performance alignment using the Vorshlag adjustable camber plates. To further improve its handling capabilities, this Jerez Black M3 is equipped with a set of lightweight Volk Racing TE37SLs wrapped in super sticky Hankook RS-3s. Exterior modifications are sublte, consisting of an IND painted cosmetic package, front splitters, a rear diffuser, a trunk spoiler and our larger exhaust tips. On the inside, BMWPedals billet DCT paddles have been mated to a BMW Performance Alcantara steering wheel for a proper motorsport look and feel. The end result is a subtle, double-duty E92 that's capable of grabbing groceries and setting lap times.

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  • Alignment & Corner Balancing Service
  • Arykym Carbon Fiber AeroSport Rear Diffuser
  • BMW Performance Carbon Fiber Front Splitters
  • BMW Performance Carbon Fiber Rear Spoiler
  • BMW Performance Alcantara Steering Wheel
  • BMWPedals Extended Billet DCT Shifter Paddles
  • EAS 80mm Stainless Steel Exhaust Tip Upgrade
  • Hankook Ventus RS-3 Tires
  • IND Painted Cosmetic Package
  • Macht Schnell S65B40 High Performance Air Filter
  • Ohlins Road & Track DFV Coilover System
  • Volk Racing TE37SL Wheel Set
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      03-03-2014, 09:16 PM   #2
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very nice, and the kiddy seat
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      03-04-2014, 12:18 AM   #3
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You guys put together some truly amazing cars
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i loved having ohlins in my old miata. can't imagine what they do to an e92 m3. that kid must enjoy rides running around town tho
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      03-07-2014, 12:15 AM   #5
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i loved having ohlins in my old miata. can't imagine what they do to an e92 m3. that kid must enjoy rides running around town tho
Yeah, she is 5 years old and is always telling me to go faster and to do burnouts. I only did a burnout with her in the car once and she was very entertained by it. Maybe I can get her a helmet and a harness for the seat and take her to the track. Heck, it is probably safer than driving around on the streets with these crazy LA drivers constantly texting.
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      03-07-2014, 03:01 AM   #6
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Very Nice!

What is done when comes time for recommended Ohlins Rebuild? If I'm not mistaken they say every 20-30k miles?
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