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Aero kits and more...RD & ACS (archive)

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Posted by Carlos M. Perez on October 23, 1999 at 19:52:20:

In Reply to: Hamann is the only other CI kit out. I would like posted by to see the RD and ACS kits.Evan... on October 23, 1999 at 01:04:30:


Actually, I think that the BMW Aero Kit is by ACS.

RD Sport has a project out that they are calling Tornado. Here is a snipet from their website:

The Hurricane's successor will be based on the latest BMW E46 Coupé body. The new project, code-named Tornado, will probably be powered by the upcoming R54S motor for tthe BMW M5, a 5.4 liter V-8 rumored to have in excess of 500HP.
A 6-speed sequential transmission with paddle shifters on the steering wheel as well as a Hurricane-inspired double cockpit are probable options. The Tornado is scheduled to debut at the 2000 Geneva Auto Salon.

I was told they would be releasing the Ci kits soon, as they are finishing the prototyping/testing, etc. They told me that they are more aggressive than the kit available for the sedan and that the princing would be similar.

: : I am thinking about using Alpina suspension kit. Does anyone out there know how much it lowers the car (from sport not stock)? Also how does it compare to AC, RD, Hamann, etc?

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