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      07-06-2018, 08:03 PM   #67
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I doubt we will ever see such pure steering feel in a BMW (or any car) again.
Looking forward, sure. But both M Coupes and the E36 M3 has better steering feel. I'm in my 40's, which might explain why I feel the best M Car should at least have individual throttle bodies and an 8k+ redline. Either S54 M Coupe for me.
I call BS...:bs:


Tell me about that E36 ... how did it do at the 8k redline ...

Also.. tell me about the individual throttle bodies on the S50 and S52 as well. .. cause those didn't have them in the US because the E36 M3 was always considered " not a real M motor ".

I had an E30 M3 and a chip for it that DID go to 8K... but that's something an E36 was never up for.
Was speaking more of the ROW models, the S50b30 had a 7,600 redline and the S50b32 was 7,400. As noted, relatively light changes allowed both to rev either close to or to 8k.