My E36 M3 drifter in pictures and vids.
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    My E36 M3 drifter in pictures and vids.

    I never made a build thread for the M3 as I was too busy building it to actually take pictures and write stuff down so here's some pictures and a couple of videos of the thing getting used.











    French car show 2012 drift taxi's - YouTube

    JK & Monkey Magic Twinning practice Pembrey drift inc valleys cruise - YouTube


    And this is 7eam ChizFab's line up.
    E39 540. E36 M3 Cab. E36 m3 Coupe

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    I've never seen a 5 series drifter before

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    Awesome pics mate! Quality! And that's some forget fooking steering angle you have on some of those pics bloody hell! What's arms have you used to get that angle?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stal1878 View Post
    I've never seen a 5 series drifter before
    They're getting more and more common as the price of 5 series plummets. Especially the big petrols.
    I know 4 people that use them as drift cars. I think the torque and the noise makes up for the size and boatyness.

    Quote Originally Posted by Niall_farley View Post
    Awesome pics mate! Quality! And that's some forget fooking steering angle you have on some of those pics bloody hell! What's arms have you used to get that angle?
    Thanks.
    I'm running an SLR kit from america.
    It has transformed the car into a competitive drifter. It's just so smooth and controllable and difficult to spin.
    I'm very impressed with the SLR kit. I do have a bit of a prototype one but the way all the ackerman and bump steer is corrected so simply is very well done.
    Last edited by J_K; 25-07-2012 at 09:44.

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