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Megan’s 1987 E30 325i:
AKG Rear swaybar Trailing Arm reinforcements
AKG front subframe reinforcements
Megan says “When I built this car I tried a few different suppliers with varying experiences… I believe you’re selling the best quality aftermarket stuff out there and now look at your site first for a solution.”
Juven’s 1997 E36 M3:
75D Motor Mounts
75D Diff Mount Bushing
Front Subframe Engine Mount Reinforcements
RTAB Pocket Reinforcement Plates
Juven says “I am glad I have found out about AKG Motorsport and their products. Talk about top notch, very high quality products that I never had an issue with nor do I know of anyone who does. Now any part that I need/looking to replace in my E36 M3 it’s become a habit to check if AKG makes them first, because their products are proven to work beyond testimonials and personal experiences. I trust products made by AKG because they are actually used by MANY high performance cars on and off the track.”
Kirk’s 2001 E46 M3:
AKG 90A Subframe Bushing Set
AKG 95A Diff Mount Set
Kirk says “I have the 95a diff bushings and 90a rear subframe bushings. The car is very planted and direct now.”
Ali’s 1999 E36 M3:
AKG DTM Selector Rod
AKG 80A Rear Trailing Arm Bushing Set
AKG Clutch Pedal Bushing Set
Ali says “The reason that I choose AKG products over others is because of the build quality and fitment. AKG makes and supplies products that are durable and proven not to fail over time. To this day, the biggest bang for my buck modification was putting in the AKG 80A RTAB. It cleaned up the slop in the rear end and gave me the confidence to drive my M3 to its fullest potential.”
Martin’s 1990 E30 318is:
Motor and Trans Mounts, Poly 75D
Martin says “It was really great, that you produced the E30 M42 318is mounts after my first request – before they were not available. I hope you are selling them to a lot of M42 drivers! I’m driving my car on the Nurburgring Nordschleife and with the stiffer drivetrain it is a lot easier to change gears under high lateral acceleration.”
Graham’s 2003 BMW E46 330i:
Aluminum Motor and Trans Mounts
Aluminum Diff Mount Bushings
Graham says “I’ve been running AKG’s aluminum engine and transmission mounts and aluminum diff bushings for several months now and loving them so far. Everything I have ordered so far has been top notch and very well priced.”
Brian C’s 1987 BMW E30 325is:
Front Subframe Reinforcements
Steering Rack Swap Kit
Rear Camber Correction Kit
75D Rear Trailing Arm Bushings
Brian says “The car feels way more planted and direct on both the track and street with these mods. I buy AKG parts because they just work – and I trust the collective experience of the years of BMW enthusiasts that have preceded me in choosing Andy’s products.”
Alex’s 2002 BMW E46 M3:
Rear Shock Mounts (Poly, 10mm)
Rear Shock Mount Reinforcement Plates
Alex says “AKG Motorsport’s products has given me the confidence to properly install my coilovers with no worry about fit, finish, and build quality. What is most appreciative about the design of their products is that I can daily drive my car without any added noise, vibration, or harshness over stock, but have the added stability and rigidity on the track! After experiencing my first set of AKG products first hand for my E46 M3, there is no doubt I will be ordering many more soon!”
Miguel’s 1988 BMW Art Car E30 M3:
Aluminum motor and trans mounts
Miguel says “I have always owned AKG tranny and motor mounts. Since my very first race car, a 1998 M Roadster to my current E36 Widebody and now, the E30 M3. Seeing how the mounts held up to the hard forces of the widebody race car, there was no question I would continue the tradition. This E30 M3 is being built to comply with BMW Club Racing M3T Class. If there was any part in the car I didnt have to think twice about, it was AKG products.”
Joe’s 1999 BMW E36 M3:
Stage II Motorsport Shifter
DTM selector Rod
Adjustable sway bar end links
Front/Rear subframe reinforcements
Motorsport Pedal Set
80A Motor and Trans mounts
75D FCABs, 80A RTABs
75D Diff Mount Bushings
95A Rear Subframe Bushings
Joe says “It seems I have collected a lot of AKG parts! Obviously I have been a happy customer. Everything I have gotten has been great in helping me to improve my driving. I think the Stage II quick shifter and the DTM Shift Rod coupled together have been the best additions I have made to the car. I love the direct feel.”
Robert’s 1999 BMW E36 M3:
RTAB Reinforcement Plates
Poly 75D Front Control Arm Bushings
Motorsport Pedal Set
Robert says “I can drive my car hard on the track without worrying about my RTAB pockets ripping out thanks to the beefy reinforcement plates. The front end float on turn in was removed thanks to the FCABs, making turn in much more direct. The pedals are the icing on the cake, making heel-toe braking into heavy braking zones much easier than with the skinny stock gas pedal. I buy AKG products knowing they do it correctly.”
Matt’s 1999 BMW E36 M3:
Poly 95A Subframe Bushings
Poly 75D Diff Mount Bushings
Poly Rear Trailing Arm Bushings
Rear Sway Bar Reinforcements
Rear Trailing Arm Pocket Reinforcements
Matt says “Not only was the install of AKG’s Poly bushings so much easier than stock ones would have been, but the car feels like it has a new outlook on life. It is just so responsive and feels so much stronger in the rear end. I can’t wait to finish the front end up with some more of your awesome products!”
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We’re accepting submissions for January Car of the Month, so submit your car now!
Manufacturing parts is only half of the fun. The other half is seeing the cars our parts go into! Car of the Month is our way of showcasing our customers’ cars on our website, which we hope in turn will give inspiration to others. Not only could your car be featured on our website, but you could also receive a gift certificate towards your next AKG purchase.
Each month, we will randomly select a car from those submitted to us, and showcase their car on our website.
How to submit your car
It’s simple, as long as you’ve purchased at least one AKG product for your car. Just follow the steps below.
1) Make sure you are following us on Twitter and are a fan of AKG on Facebook. This is how you may submit your car, and these will also be the first places the Car of the Month winner will announced.
3) List which AKG parts have been installed on your car
- Let us know what these parts have done for you, and
- What your next planned AKG modification(s) are
4) Submit your first name and last initial, make model and year, and your location.
5) Check Twitter and Facebook to see if you’ve been chosen Car of the Month!
Note: By submitting to Car of the Month, you give us permission to use your photos and submitted text on our website and social media sites.