3585Re: [bmw e28] 535i, M535i, M5
- May 8, 2005--- In bmwe28@..., "Arny K." <arny@p...> wrote:
> Do M5 and M535 share common suspension parts and do they haveAll E28s share suspension components. M5s have the self-leveling
> similar handling, i.e. is it something like someone took an M5
> and pulled the S38 engine out and installed a regular M30B35? Or
> are similarities only cosmetic?
rear suspension, which by now many owners have removed and replaced
with more economically maintainable conventional shock absorbers.
> It would be soo great if I could have a car with M5's handling andYou can install aftermarket springs and dampers and sway bars,
> a street-engine... and 3.5 is not quite an anemic one... :)
> '85. 528i
along with wheels and high performance tires, on any E28. This
gives you the same handling potential from the 518i to the M5.
Along with all the above, my 535iS has brakes from an E34 540i,
also an engine chip, flywheel from a 533i/M5, and a 3.73:1 limited
slip differential. It is quite a capable sedan :-) Consider the
recent autocross results (and the other cars in my class) at
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