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    BMW M5 w/ roof rack and bike carrier

    Just got into mountain biking. Been riding BMX bikes. Picked up a 2011 Specialized Camber Elite and my brother picked up a Cannondale Carbon Moto. My cousin got a FJ Cruiser with a tow hitch bike rack. It can hold 4 bikes. But with these full suspension bikes, it's barely enough room. So I purchased a OEM roof rack and bike carrier for my M5.
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    Would hate to add that much drag to such a fast car! To each his own though, like the M5, especially the blackout grille. Thinking of getting a 135 real soon.
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    Very nice

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    200mph bike carrier, sick lol.
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    Such a SWEET car! I agree, no bike would be riding on that if it was mine

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    sick e60 m5! i had a rack for my e39 m5 and now have one for my e92 m3...imo these are cars and they are meant to be driven...so if that means strapping my mtn bike onto the roof so i can take my car to tahoe, the foothills, etc to ride so be it. i'd rather drive my car than our beater 98 toyota sienna minivan any day, even with the added drag.

    the car won't melt, and the new racks don't touch anything other than the factory mounting bolts anyway so no damage to the car....just maybe some mud on the roof.

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    That looks awesome. Sick looking M5

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    Thanks everyone.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jayem View Post
    Would hate to add that much drag to such a fast car! To each his own though, like the M5, especially the blackout grille. Thinking of getting a 135 real soon.
    Quote Originally Posted by 5.0Trunk View Post
    Such a SWEET car! I agree, no bike would be riding on that if it was mine
    Thanks. Well it's not like I'm going to track the car or bring it to a drag strip with the bikes on the roof. I only put it on to transport them. It takes like 10min to put it on and off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DKNewYork View Post


    Thanks. Well it's not like I'm going to track the car or bring it to a drag strip with the bikes on the roof. I only put it on to transport them. It takes like 10min to put it on and off.
    I know a few people who use their rack to load their track wheels on top of the car for the trip to the roadcourse. I really wish that was an option with my car.

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    sick. Guess I'm not the only one with roof racks on an exotic looking car.

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    Looks very nice, I like the color. Is it an SMG or manual?

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    Indianapolis Red ftmfw.

    Although, not a fan of the wheels.

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    Great car and great setup. Love the car... It looks fast just sitting there.

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    Looks very nice, any performance mods? Appears to have been lowered a bit?

    I swear I had Ted Danson (or at least his lookalike) pull up along side me a month or so ago in an M5 on the freeway and proceed to coerce me into a little 60-100mph race... didn't workout well for him, but it was still a very quick sedan and sounded great!
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    Great looking car!! I have had a few MCars, but nothing that nice! I could imagine putting a bike rack and bikes on that car, but getting into it repeatedly after a serious workout all sweaty and grungy? No way I could do that to a car like that. How do you protect the interior? To each their own, but my bike carrying rides have to be somewhat ratty before I will subject them to post ride sweat and dirt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by N10S View Post
    Great looking car!! I have had a few MCars, but nothing that nice! I could imagine putting a bike rack and bikes on that car, but getting into it repeatedly after a serious workout all sweaty and grungy? No way I could do that to a car like that. How do you protect the interior? To each their own, but my bike carrying rides have to be somewhat ratty before I will subject them to post ride sweat and dirt.

    It's just a car. Even if I paid $5000 for a bike seat I wouldn't be afraid of making it smell like ass.
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    Quote Originally Posted by N10S View Post
    Great looking car!! I have had a few MCars, but nothing that nice! I could imagine putting a bike rack and bikes on that car, but getting into it repeatedly after a serious workout all sweaty and grungy? No way I could do that to a car like that. How do you protect the interior? To each their own, but my bike carrying rides have to be somewhat ratty before I will subject them to post ride sweat and dirt.
    My thoughts. I would not mind the rack and the bike outside... but I know how filthy I am after a ride.

    Now you have an excuse to buy a fun bike hauler car. Maybe an old pick up or jeep?

    And such a sick sick car. I really like the mods you did. Slick, and noticeable, but nothing over the top. Very classy.

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    baller ass car man looks tits

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    Quote Originally Posted by rossluzz View Post
    Looks very nice, I like the color. Is it an SMG or manual?
    It's an SMG

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    Quote Originally Posted by CBRsteve View Post
    Looks very nice, any performance mods? Appears to have been lowered a bit?

    I swear I had Ted Danson (or at least his lookalike) pull up along side me a month or so ago in an M5 on the freeway and proceed to coerce me into a little 60-100mph race... didn't workout well for him, but it was still a very quick sedan and sounded great!
    So far I have h&r springs, muffler delete, block off plate and a RAM air scoops.

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    Either a stroker kit or supercharger

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    Im not sure on this but from what a couple of M5 owners have told me, the stock manifolds are so well designed that headers really arent needed unless you go forced induction or you are just power hungry. Both of the people I know that have M5's have minimal mods (pretty sure its just the chip, pulleys, and muffler delete) and have seen 200mph.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DKNewYork View Post
    So far I have h&r springs, muffler delete, block off plate and a RAM air scoops.

    Future plans are:
    RPI section 1,2,3 (exhaust from the cats to muffler)
    Ess Tune (chip)
    RPI Pulleys
    Want to get headers, but not sure if I want to spent $7k on headers
    Either a stroker kit or supercharger
    Very nice, I bet it sounds like a beast... I'm sure it will move like crazy once you get those mods going.

    Coming from experience, I'd highly recommend a supercharger over a stroker kit... assuming its a roots/twin screw style, the power is MUCH more useable, usually doesn't hinder reliability and still will yield decent gas mileage.

    I'm currently driving a supercharged 2008 Mustang GT with a complete suspension makeover as well. The list of mods goes on way too long.

    It's putting down about 480rwhp... on the highway I get around 23-25mpg (3.31 gears) and it's been trouble free for over 45k miles (25k with the supercharger).
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    Supercharged 4.6 putting down less than 500? Its time for a smaller pulley my friend :P.
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    haah a 4.6 3 valve lol putting 480 i hope u have rods my friend lol,

    and as for charging the m5 why waste ur time u need to turbo that ***** wayyy more efficient wayy better gas mileage and it will be about the same price as a charger and half the stress on the motor as a blower, i would never waste my time with a charger its a waste of money, unless its like a big ass f1 on a drag radial car or something,

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    bike rack are not that bad at high speed. I tried my GTI at 240kph sometimes and I don't have any loose... yet...

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    Quote Originally Posted by SuperSlow35th View Post
    Supercharged 4.6 putting down less than 500? Its time for a smaller pulley my friend :P.
    That's rearwheel HP dood... not flywheel.

    The stock 4.6 motor will not reliably hold more than 500rwhp... that's pretty common knowledge.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dabeetereater View Post
    haah a 4.6 3 valve lol putting 480 i hope u have rods my friend lol,
    25k boosted miles, 4 trackdays, ten 1/4 mile passes and lots of vehicular shenanigans says otherwise... It all depends on the quality of the tune.

    My buddy had Jon Lund do his tune (which was a good tune) but he upped the boost to 12psi and blew his motor...

    I'm only running a 9lb pulley and no plans on increasing boost.
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    Any chance we can get a sound clip of this M5 revving?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CBRsteve View Post
    Very nice, I bet it sounds like a beast... I'm sure it will move like crazy once you get those mods going.

    Coming from experience, I'd highly recommend a supercharger over a stroker kit... assuming its a roots/twin screw style, the power is MUCH more useable, usually doesn't hinder reliability and still will yield decent gas mileage.

    I'm currently driving a supercharged 2008 Mustang GT with a complete suspension makeover as well. The list of mods goes on way too long.

    It's putting down about 480rwhp... on the highway I get around 23-25mpg (3.31 gears) and it's been trouble free for over 45k miles (25k with the supercharger).
    Nice. My friend just dyno'd his NA M5. He putting down 480 whp with bolt on and tune.

    Quote Originally Posted by dabeetereater View Post
    haah a 4.6 3 valve lol putting 480 i hope u have rods my friend lol,

    and as for charging the m5 why waste ur time u need to turbo that ***** wayyy more efficient wayy better gas mileage and it will be about the same price as a charger and half the stress on the motor as a blower, i would never waste my time with a charger its a waste of money, unless its like a big ass f1 on a drag radial car or something,
    Would love to put a turbo in it. So far no turbo kit for the V10. One well-known company tried and failed. Blew the guy's motor and left. So for now supercharger is more reliable.

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    Any chance we can get a sound clip of this M5 revving?
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    Quote Originally Posted by DKNewYork View Post
    Nice. My friend just dyno'd his NA M5. He putting down 480 whp with bolt on and tune.


    Would love to put a turbo in it.



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    Quote Originally Posted by ProjectDan35 View Post
    Don't tell me you park that car in that neighborhood?
    Nope. That's by my friend's shop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DKNewYork View Post
    Nope. That's by my friend's shop.
    Good. I just watched a good amount of your videos. Do you have good shop/BMW connections?

    Just subscribed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ProjectDan35 View Post
    Good. I just watched a good amount of your videos. Do you have good shop/BMW connections?

    Just subscribed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DKNewYork View Post
    Motorcepts. They work on all BMW. Supercharger, motor swaps.....etc. They replaced my clutch on my previous car. (545i)
    Great. Saw that car too, Look's great all black. How much did you get for trade in value on the 545i?

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    Boost it till it breaks then replace what broke. Lol.
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    Oh my word. That sounds so evil. Very nice car, and I also checked out a few of your videos. That black 545, with Cherry Bombs? Wow. Sounds amazing.

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    Holy craptastic. Beautful car. Not totally my style, but I can appreciate what you have done..

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    your car the sex!

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    Such a SWEET car! I agree, no bike would be riding on that if it was mine

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    Looks Good!!! Are you on long island?

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    m5, do want.

    m5 with mtb's on top, do not want.

    beautiful ride but no way in hell id throw bikes on the roof of it.
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    Like a bosssssssssssss!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Waltah View Post
    m5, do want.

    m5 with mtb's on top, do not want.

    beautiful ride but no way in hell id throw bikes on the roof of it.
    me neither.

    i stuff them in the back seat....





    .....or in the trunk


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    Beautiful car! I'm a bmw master tech and I've never even seen one that color.


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    Quote Originally Posted by hammy35 View Post
    me neither.

    i stuff them in the back seat....

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    I rather put it on the roof than the back seat. Wouldn't want to ruin my red leather interior.

    Oh and by the way. The wood trim is going to be replaced or wrapped in carbon fiber. Don't know who would get a color combination like this.
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    killlllllller m5, DK!
    You must have some nice paved trailheads out where you live

    I would HATE to drive that thing even on a dirt road. I had a lowered car and it would scrape on everything. It was by no means as nice as your whip, but I ended up getting what your cousin has, an FJ. Prob solved for me!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dangdang View Post
    killlllllller m5, DK!
    You must have some nice paved trailheads out where you live

    I would HATE to drive that thing even on a dirt road. I had a lowered car and it would scrape on everything. It was by no means as nice as your whip, but I ended up getting what your cousin has, an FJ. Prob solved for me!
    Thanks. I love the FJ. My next car will be a FJ for a winter vehicle. Love going off-roading.

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    I have an FJ and I'm looking at the e90 M3. I see a 911 4s on my way to work everyday with a rack on the top, and I'll do the same to the M3. My riding is somewhere in my top 5 priorities and my car is in my top 50 so that doesn't phase me, I will however always have a towel for post ride driving so as not to funk up the car.

    I regularly see a 911 GT3 with a pimped nomad on the roof, the guy is a legit rider to boot.

    EDIT: Will keep the FJ b/c its the best g-dang vehicle in the world and when I'm having a mid-life crisis will still be the p*mpest ride in town with the Metal Tech adds I have on it and bikes on the back.

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    Not bad, not bad at all. Nice color choice, all the E60 M5s around here seem to be glacier blue or silver and that just doesn't do them any favors. Makes me want to take the racks off the ol' Volvo wagon and fit them to my '88 M5.

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    BMW M6 Bike Hauler / Video Link of High Speed Pass

    I was considering this but didn't want to take a chance and mar the carbon fiber roof on my M6. If I take off the wheels I can fit my bike in the trunk & that's what I do when going to a trail from a paved road. Here's a pic of the car and yeah, the bike was in the trunk when I was on the Blue Ridge Parkway last Summer.

    Here's a link to a video of the new exhaust I put on during my R&R just before I came back here to Afghanistan. No, the bike wasn't in the trunk for the video. Sorry but the video is a little shaky as my son was a little nervous or something when he took it.

    @ DKNewYork; Are you on M5/M6 Boards? I see you have the RPI scoops too. I have the scoops, block-off plates, BMC filters, underdrive pulley and deleted the resonators/secondary cats/mufflers/h-pipe and replaced all of that with a single Magnaflow X Muffler with straight pipe to the tips. Am deleting the primary cats off the headers and reflashing the ECU to account for all the mods when I get home from Afghanistan in July.

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    Love that sound.

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    Same bikes and car. Different look. New wheels and headlights. Also my cousin sold his FJ Cruiser and picked up a STI. Of course with roof and bike rack.










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    Adv.1?

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    Nice M5! I have a supercharged E92 M3 and just got into mountain biking myself. I've been sticking my bike in the trunk, but contemplating getting a roof rack especially for when the bike is really dirty. How hard it is to remove the rack? I do about 10 track days a year and definitely can't have the rack on the car at the track.

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    Damn nice lookin' M5!!!

    I have a 328xi and have been trying to decide what roof rack to get for it.

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    sick ride , congrats !!!

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