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Old 14th November 2015, 08:35 AM   #1
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Found this nice little PDF, covers the 420d's and Taxi's but not the wendy's. Contains some useful information on our car's otherwise not published in the user manuals.

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Old 14th November 2015, 09:07 AM   #2
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Great find Manish

Im impressed with the M3 v M5 stats on page 14. M3 is very very good especially the 3rd and 4th gear pull times
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Old 14th November 2015, 09:12 AM   #3
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Also I like page 48 where it explains that the running in service should be at 2000km equating to 1242 miles.

My running in service was performed at exactly 1242 miles. It's the little things in life ......
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Old 14th November 2015, 09:13 AM   #4
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Also I like page 48 where it explains that the running in service should be at 2000km equating to 1242 miles.

My running in service was performed at exactly 1242 miles. It's the little things in life ......
Haha - well we all knew you were the discerning gent, the perfectionist and now we have further proof!!
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Old 14th November 2015, 09:33 AM   #5
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Great find,and confirms you can put a 295 on a 10 inch rim
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Haha - well we all knew you were the discerning gent, the perfectionist and now we have further proof!!
Pity he's colour blind
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Smooth....good find!!

Can i ask?

Will you be providing a PowerPoint presentation of this at anytime soon?

I am very interested in asking questions about page 115....
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Daveygal my friend....I went back to see what was on page 115

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Smooth....good find!!

Can i ask?

Will you be providing a PowerPoint presentation of this at anytime soon?

I am very interested in asking questions about page 115....
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Engine info. here lads:

http://forums.m3cutters.co.uk/showthread.php?t=139902
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Great find Smooth, your the man
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Smooth that makes great bed time reading
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Excellent read, cheers smooth. Interesting that BMW are stating the 0-60mph on a DCT as 3.9 seconds?!
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That's the weekend sorted...
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Also I like page 48 where it explains that the running in service should be at 2000km equating to 1242 miles.

My running in service was performed at exactly 1242 miles. It's the little things in life ......
It's actually 1,243 miles.
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It's actually 1,243 miles.
Unless you did put a 295ona 10" rim
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Holy thread revival Batman!

If I have read that right, the M4 has a Li-ion battery. Wowzers as the young people say
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Smooth nice find mate.
This appeals to the engineer in me no end, very interesting read.
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