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    Hartge BMW M5

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    At last, something many M5 fans have long been waiting for is now possible: delimiting the top speed to raise it from 250 to 320 km/h. To this end, HARTGE has developed a supplementary module that (with no driver-training course) enables every M5 driver to experience his or her desire for maximum speed.

    To ensure this enormous power reaches the road perfectly and, in particular, with adequate reserves of safety, attention must be paid to the speed index of the tyres and, if necessary, replacements fitted:

    For example, the HARTGE CLASSIC 2 set of wheels (9.5 x 21'' with 255 / 30 ZR 21 tyres at the front and 10.5 x 21'' with 295 / 25 ZR 21 tyres at the back) coupled with a set of HARTGE sports springs that lower the M5 by 30 mm.

    Additional, special new parts for the M5 from HARTGE provide for an enhanced appearance and, in the first case, a better sound: a stainless-steel rear silencer with dual tail pipes (optionally round or oval) and the new front-spoiler lip and rear trim panel in diffuser look.

    Moreover, for drivers who also want to have the new and exclusive look within their field of vision, there is the ergonomically designed HARTGE 3-spoke leather steering wheel (with carbon inserts, too), HARTGE carbon interior embellishments for the dashboard, transmission console and door grips or, in aluminium, the two-piece pedal set, handbrake cover, which is also available in leather / aluminium, and a set of HARTGE velour foot mats in black.

    The choice is large and the result persuasive: fine and fast. HARTGE what else?
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    This guy is so lazy that only one eye was left...

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    This guy is so lazy that only one eye was left...

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    This guy is so lazy that only one eye was left...

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    wow, looks perfect, not over done at all

    EDIT: I just noticed, there's 2 different cars pictured, they have different hood emblems and front splitters.
    Last edited by Sweeney921; 10-22-2005 at 08:30 PM.

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    I always wondered how fast it'll go, and it overshot my expectations. Very impressive.

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    I think the last two pics are a stock M5 thats had no body kit put on, but all the other mods eg top speed limiter. The first can then has the full works i think...

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    Meh, Hamann did better.
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    I love the rims on this one/

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