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Old 08-25-2015, 04:16 PM   #1
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2002 e39 540i 6 speed manual vs 5AT '12 v6 accord


540 is my buddies car, we always have close races he out torque me on the low end and i out hp him on the top end
540i has m60 intake manifold, secondary cats deleted, muffler selete
Accord has a good amount of bolt ons listed in youtube description, this is our first 60 roll, usually we do 20,40,45 rolls and for some reason i usually pull a little bit more top end idk maybe my ar wasnt running the bet on this day or something fun runs regardless as always
Both cars will be getting more mods
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Very underrated BMW... I had a 2003 M tech 6 speed and I loved that car...
Lots of problems though.
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