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      02-04-2020, 05:04 PM   #23
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IND please get that fuel tank in a catalog lol

Is there a parts catalog for this anywhere?
It's like 8-10k for that tank.

However it allows you to add fuel from both sides.
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      02-04-2020, 07:20 PM   #24
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I'm building a track car out of a 2020 m2c

I'm currently building a M2 comp track monster. [IMG][/IMG] pretty fun cutting up a car with 100 miles on it
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Beauty, saw it at Daytona last weekend!
No pics of the roof ?
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Beauty, saw it at Daytona last weekend!
A lot of blah-blah-blah and still no info on the weight savings vs stock car and no pricing
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      02-05-2020, 06:03 PM   #27
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A lot of blah-blah-blah and still no info on the weight savings vs stock car and no pricing
I could have sworn I saw a price quoted $95k but I canít remember where
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I could have sworn I saw a price quoted $95k but I canít remember where
Probably was for M2 CS (non ďRacingĒ)
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      02-07-2020, 11:00 PM   #29
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I guess they had to move to an Alcon brake setup to run the 18's. Disappointing to see they need to move away from the bmw parts bin.
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A lot of blah-blah-blah and still no info on the weight savings vs stock car and no pricing
I could have sworn I saw a price quoted $95k but I can't remember where
It's a $105,160 MSRP in the US, you also need some sort of amateur or professional racing experience (Permit B classification) and have to sign a disclaimer indicating that the vehicle will be used exclusively off-road only, since it comes with real strait pipes (no catalyst) and racing slicks tires, which is not homologated for street use.
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Why no mention on the weight because the thing will be very heavy!

I predict a 1500kg plus m2 motorsport. I wish you the best of luck on track.
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Why no mention on the weight because the thing will be very heavy!

I predict a 1500kg plus m2 motorsport. I wish you the best of luck on track.
1535kg or 3384lbs without the driver or gas..
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1535kg or 3384lbs without the driver or gas..
Source?
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1535kg or 3384lbs without the driver or gas..
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No believe?


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Guess the M2 CS road version will be more than 3384 pounds?
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      02-08-2020, 12:27 PM   #36
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Guess the M2 CS road version will be more than 3384 pounds?
Probably more than 3,384 pounds for road CS.
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I thought that the M2 CS is close to the M2C weight ???
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I thought that the M2 CS is close to the M2C weight ???
-50kg
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It's a $105,160 MSRP in the US, you also need some sort of amateur or professional racing experience (Permit B classification) and have to sign a disclaimer indicating that the vehicle will be used exclusively off-road only, since it comes with real strait pipes (no catalyst) and racing slicks tires, which is not homologated for street use.
Any idea what the equivalent of Permit B is in the US? I qualify for an SCCA racing license, Iím just not an SCCA member or Iíd have it

Thinking about picking up an M235iR here next year, might just wait for the m2csR
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-50kg
As it was with the M2 vs M2C, it will be interesting to see when they weigh the cars side by side. The M2C was supposed to be much heavier but ended up being just 110 lb. heavier.
https://f87.bimmerpost.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1529257
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Guess the M2 CS road version will be more than 3384 pounds?
Pretty much a guarantee. This car is 100% motorsport; intended for use in sanction racing series like VLN. It has a minimal interior, and no sound-damping material (amongst other things). I'm sure they didn't invest a ton on weight savings, because it will race in its own class, but most of what is not included is there to save costs. You don't need a full interior in a race car, and the weight savings is a great bonus.
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I was meaning the standard CS.
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Even a 64 litre tank in the street car would be great. 52 is just too small. But yeah an 80+ litre tank is even better.
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The car has an S55, they opened hood and I completely blanked out and didnt take pics sorry!
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