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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    Congratulations! Sounds like it is doing exactly as advertised.
    Yeah,I'm letting the product and reviews speak for themselvesClick here to enlarge
    Quality,not quantity!

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    Here's the final incarnation of the 4130 chromoly unit(pre-powdercoating). It'll be this or the Ti (limited numbers) available from here on out, I've simplified my process of production
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    I'll put up a new thread when I have them ready to ship.

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    Interesting. May I inquire about the prices of the two models?

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by 1fastm3 Click here to enlarge
    Interesting. May I inquire about the prices of the two models?
    its worth it
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by 1fastm3 Click here to enlarge
    Interesting. May I inquire about the prices of the two models?
    The 4130 chromoly version is $968+ shipping, you can specify color of powdercoat used if you like, standard issue is gloss black. As far as the Ti one, they're a limited run and will be numbered,#2 is currently under construction...they'll be around $1850 + shipping.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by rick@defiv Click here to enlarge
    Here's the final incarnation of the 4130 chromoly unit(pre-powdercoating). It'll be this or the Ti (limited numbers) available from here on out, I've simplified my process of production
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    I'll put up a new thread when I have them ready to ship.
    Looks great!
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    Question:

    how does it differ from the n54 kit?

    is it to do with the diff itself, or the subframe? Or something else?

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    @Flinchy
    The mounting points on the M3 subframe are different so the kit required a different approach. The lockdown itself uses the same principle in N54 and S65 applications; solidly mount the differential to the subframe and spread the additional load over the entire subframe. This eliminates the shortfalls of the 3-point differential mounting system BMW uses in both applications.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by uniter Click here to enlarge
    @Flinchy
    The mounting points on the M3 subframe are different so the kit required a different approach. The lockdown itself uses the same principle in N54 and S65 applications; solidly mount the differential to the subframe and spread the additional load over the entire subframe. This eliminates the shortfalls of the 3-point differential mounting system BMW uses in both applications.
    Hmm thanks

    don't want to clutter the thread too much, was just looking at getting an m3 subframe, just not entirely sure if the non-M diff would bolt up, and or, which, if any of the lockdown kits would still work :/

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Flinchy Click here to enlarge
    Hmm thanks

    don't want to clutter the thread too much, was just looking at getting an m3 subframe, just not entirely sure if the non-M diff would bolt up, and or, which, if any of the lockdown kits would still work :/
    I dont think non-m diffs will bolt up to the M3 subframe. There have been folks who did the total conversion to an M3 rear including diff and half-shafts.

    A special adapter needs to be made for the driveshaft or you use an M3 driveshaft.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by uniter Click here to enlarge
    I dont think non-m diffs will bolt up to the M3 subframe. There have been folks who did the total conversion to an M3 rear including diff and half-shafts.A special adapter needs to be made for the driveshaft or you use an M3 driveshaft.
    On the 'm3 diff only fitment' DAMMIT... 3.15 is a bit long for what i want, 3.84 is wahahaaaaaay too short, i like tires... They're super cheap from wrecks (samish price as a quaife/wavetrac even including subframe)... Such a pity Click here to enlarge

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    Click here to enlarge Longness can be addressed with more power.
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    Have there been any problems with these so far? All of that bracing and only 2 little tabs that mount on a aluminum diff housing? Seems like may be a problem at some point.

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    There's four mounting points, you can't see the other ones Click here to enlarge
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    Thank you for the clarification! I am in need of something like this!

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    From other people who have gotten it installed it's a great piece of kit. Transforms the power delivery and shift feel (DCT and Manual) all while providing protection against wheel hop.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by uniter Click here to enlarge
    From other people who have gotten it installed it's a great piece of kit. Transforms the power delivery and shift feel (DCT and Manual) all while providing protection against wheel hop.
    Myself, and the guy that bought my blower are getting drag radials mounted this week, we will have legit feedback Click here to enlarge

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    Game-time Click here to enlarge
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by uniter Click here to enlarge
    From other people who have gotten it installed it's a great piece of kit. Transforms the power delivery and shift feel (DCT and Manual) all while providing protection against wheel hop.
    Shift feel is a big deal... especially DCT hopefully making it less sloppy.
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