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bmwm5lover 12-29-2003 04:33 PM

sickest mother****er to walk the earth....
 
http://www.zeemax.com/Images/ZM8WB/7e31wb6.jpg
http://www.zeemax.com/Images/ZM8WB/7e31wb5.jpg

Im truly speechless....*mw* *love*

Lil'Smoothie 12-29-2003 04:50 PM

jeeeeze that is disgustingly siiiiiiick guy

Soldo 12-29-2003 05:08 PM

mmmmmmmm, i don't understand how people can NOT like te 8er, that car was way ahead of its time!

AlpWhitE46 12-29-2003 05:34 PM

I think he meant it in a good way soldo..lol
oh and btw..he doesent walk the earth...he rolls the earth ;)

Slowered318 12-29-2003 06:37 PM

i hope the 8 series doesn't get "bangled up"

1BADBMW 12-29-2003 06:45 PM

did you guys watch the italian Job, there was a sick 850i with deepdish in it!!! something like the 1 in the picture!!!

Soldo 12-29-2003 06:47 PM

Quote:

Originally posted by AlpWhitE46
I think he meant it in a good way soldo..lol
oh and btw..he doesent walk the earth...he rolls the earth ;)

REALLY!
lol, i know that jack ass, i meant that as a general comment, quite a few people don't like the 8er design!
CRAZY IF YOU ASK ME!
And the 8er in the italian job had M parallels on it!
*mw*

Slowered318 12-29-2003 07:03 PM

speaking of itallian job..

Monster car garage tonight 9pm... super MINI snowmobile

I'm counting back the hours

AndreNY 12-29-2003 07:57 PM

its nice but def not the sickest

SeRb 12-29-2003 08:23 PM

those are the mks again right?
hehehe

love those ****in rims

still looking for a nice photo where they're poloished :P

AMG_POWER 12-29-2003 10:18 PM

found somewhere on the net.....

When creating the 850CSi's S70 V12 motor, BMW Motorsport began with the standard 24-valve SOHC M70 engine and instituted the following changes:
-Increased bore (from 85mm to 86mm) and stroke (from 79mm to 80mm) for a new total displacement of 5,576cc (from 4,988cc)
-Lighter pistons
-Increased compression (from 8.8:1 to 9.8:1)
-More aggressive valve timing for increased high-rpm power
-Larger diameter exhaust pipes
-Variable rpm limit (6,400 in 1st+2nd, 6,200 in 3rd, 6,100 in 4th. 6,000 in 5th+6th)
-Adjustable throttle sensitivity via dual mode (Sport or Komfort) console-mounted switch
-Engine oil cooler (European-spec models only)

These modifications resulted in an increase in maximum power from 300 hp (DIN) or 296 hp (SAE) at 5,200 rpm to 380 hp (DIN) or 372 hp (SAE) at 5,300 rpm. In addition, maximum torque was increased from 332 lb/ft at 4,100 rpm to 402 lb/ft at 4,000 rpm.

This engine can be identified by the "Powered by M" inscription on the central cam cover between the two banks of cylinders.

What kind of gearbox does the 850CSi have?
The sole gearbox offered for the 850CSi was the Getrag Type E six-speed manual with the following ratios: 4.25 (1), 2.53 (2), 1.68 (3), 1.24 (4), 1.00 (5), 0.83 (6). This is mated to a 2.93:1 rear end with limited slip differential. In addition, Automatic Stability Control plus Traction (ASC+T), which can apply the brakes and/or reduce engine power in the event of traction loss, is fitted as standard to the 850CSi. Finally, European-spec models are equipped with a transmission oil cooler."

windsor318is 12-30-2003 12:19 AM

did we ever get the csi here in canada with the 380hp, 6 speed???? i dont think so eh...........

1BADBMW 12-30-2003 03:28 AM

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850CSi....eh? ... eh?...yummy..eh?

1BADBMW 12-30-2003 03:31 AM

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uuhhhhh!!!...*mw*

WhadUpp 12-30-2003 03:33 AM

The 850csi is a magnificent example of a BMW that was ahead of its time over a decade ago. Its design is better than anything Bangle has been able to muster . A true work of art and engineering in its heyday that still looks beautiful even by todays standards.*th-up*


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