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tlaselva
07-18-2004, 05:40 PM
For Discerning Driver Who Wants the Ultimate in M3 Handling Performance.

BMW has announced the all-new Club Sport Package for the 2005 M3 Coupe. Already renowned for its performance and handling, the new Club Sport Package takes M3 performance to the razor?s edge. Every aspect of the M3?s handling has been tweaked resulting in the best-handling M3 ever.

The wheels are 19-inch forged-alloy wheels with high-performance tires. They connect to a suspension with more sporting calibration. Turn-in is quicker with a more direct steering ratio which goes from 15.4:1 to 14.5:1. The Dynamic Stability Control system includes a less intrusive M track mode to ensure that you can have the security of DSC and enjoy spirited driving too. For inclement conditions the regular DSC mode remains. To complement this increase in handling capability, the brakes have been modified to include compound and cross-drilled rotors. The front rotors have also been enlarged from12.8 to13.6 inches.

As the serious enthusiast would expect, the Club Sport Package is available in combination with the optional Sequential Manual Gearbox.

The interior enhancements of the package are subtle but purposeful. The Alcantara steering wheel and handbrake grip feel good to the touch. The addition of the steering wheel-mounted button for the DSC M track mode requires the deletion of the multi-function controls and cruise control. The Club Sport Package is available with all M3 Coupe interior and exterior color and trim combinations. Two options are exclusive to the Club Sport. Special Club Sport aluminum trim is available for the interior. A new exterior color, Interlagos Blue, is offered only with this package.

The Club Sport Package will be available for 2005 M3 Coupes beginning with December 2004 production. The price for the package will be $4,000.

golden
07-18-2004, 05:45 PM
sweet! i saw this on e46 fanatics

BMW always pimps out their models before there about to go

hope it doesnt have the weirdo clubsport wing

golden
07-18-2004, 05:50 PM
look what i found

Gamite
07-18-2004, 06:17 PM
I can make my own clubsport package and save a grand.

golden
07-18-2004, 10:18 PM
but it wont have the resale value.

your club sport mods would probably devaluate the car

Gamite
07-19-2004, 05:00 AM
Ya, what's your point? :P Resale can kiss my ass. I can sell the mods individually for more than what clubsport would give me.

e30m3_78rus
07-19-2004, 06:05 AM
I thought that pig would lose some weight since its a clubsport package...i guess not.

tlaselva
07-19-2004, 09:29 AM
Originally posted by e30m3_78rus
I thought that pig would lose some weight since its a clubsport package...i guess not.

Somewhat disappointed they didn't address the one most important factors of performance, weight.....*mumble*

Mystikal
07-19-2004, 12:13 PM
Originally posted by Gamite
Ya, what's your point? :P Resale can kiss my ass. I can sell the mods individually for more than what clubsport would give me.

Finding the steering rack and entirely new DSC system for anything remotely close to $4k would be an interesting feat.

addbhp
07-19-2004, 12:23 PM
Wow, another rip off from BMW....I agree anyone can make a better package from the aftermarket.

A real club sport edition, would have lighter seats, 1/2 cage, no power doors, windows, and be more like their E36 Lightweight. Something like a Posche clubsport!

BMW executives make me sick!

Gamite
07-19-2004, 02:56 PM
Originally posted by Mystikal
Finding the steering rack and entirely new DSC system for anything remotely close to $4k would be an interesting feat.


details DETAILS! You always gotta be a picky one duncha?

Mystikal
07-19-2004, 03:09 PM
I *almost* posted it after your first reply, but after that second one I had to let some starch out of your shirt. :P