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    2013 BMW M3 (F30) testing at Nürburgring

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    Do we know for sure the chassis code is F80?

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    Car seems to sit really low. Doubt it will come to market like that. It looks nice though. The exhaust doesn't sound too good, but that clip was really short, I guess we'll see...

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    Do we know for sure the chassis code is F80?
    No way on earth.

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    The car sits really low because its driving throught he caroucel.. it compresses the suspention fully.

    Fast car needs to sound fast, sorry to say but that does sound a bit like a diesel.. except for the backfire on the overrun between gearshifts, that actually sounds like a Formula one car does.
    1995 BMW M3GT nr:111/350 TwinTurbo and some other mods.

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