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Old 01-20-2013, 04:15 AM   #21
basar13
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Join Date: Dec 2006
Location: Turkey
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My Ride: Z4M, R8, 525xd, STI
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Originally Posted by Twin_Turbo_S54 View Post



Basar,

You are right at the beginning of testing, although you have not started road tests brother

You need to eat too much bread, 40 full backhouses k***305;rk f***305;r***305;n ekmek

I am at the end of RWD testing
Been testing RWD M3s since 1998.

Have you seen any RWD car with a solid axle faster than AWD cars on road surface, not at the drag strip? I have not.

Have you seen a solid axle RWD car on the highway beating a gallardo TT or a highly modified GTR? I have not.

The only RWD car beating a gallardo TT has been a c6 vette at the last tx mile. It was an IRS car as well, not a solid axle.

Photos wont come, only a few. I want to keep the Project as "protected" as possible. Too much energy, brain storming, R&D went into this Project. Its one off a kind, and I want to keep it as a closed Project.

But I promise to make top quality videos. You ll be lucky to see XM3 in drag races @ Ankara.







Thank you all.
I love eating bread

M3 does not need to be AWD to have traction for your application. You cannot say that awd was the only option because you were using 18" wheels and stock rear fenders which limited your traction ability.

You know you could have done alot to solve this traction issue.

In my opinion you didnt want to mess with the rear fenders and the look of the car and you wanted a unique M3. The same reason you used twin turbos instead of a big one. And it is fine with me i also have the same mentality.

The only reason i think it is a bad idea is that it will take too much time and effort that doesnt seem to be worthy for me.

Do you think you can complete the awd system in 1 year? What is you guess?

Cant wait to see it runing...
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