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Kyle K’s 1996 BMW E36 328is:
Rear Subframe Bushings
RTAB pocket reinforcements
Front adjustable swaybar end links
Kyle says “The poly mounts allow me to have a solid (and fun) daily driver while not compromising comfort. I’ve dealt with poly products from other manufacturers and the design cannot be compared to that of AKG’s.”
Anthony A’s 1998 BMW E36 M3 Turbo:
95A Subframe Bushings
95A Diff Bushings
RTAB Reinforcements – welded
Sway Bar Reinforcements – welded
Anthony says “Installed these rear end components and even for a 51K mile car, they completely transformed how the power is laid down. Power is nothing without control.”[/row] [row]
Stephane B’s Supercharged 2001 BMW E46 M3:
STAGE II Motorsport Quick Shifter
DTM Shift Rod
Flex Shaft Coupling (Poly 75D)
Motor and Transmission Mount Set (Poly 75D)
Rear Trailing Arm Bushings (Poly 75D)
Stephane says “The Stage II quick shifter is quite simply exceptional. I’ve had other quick shifters in the car, but nothing, and I mean nothing, compares to the AKG quick shifter with DTM rod. So quick, so precise, and the shift knob is exactly where I need it. The flex shaft coupling is perfect. I had another solution before to solve the mushy/loose steering feel and it was a disaster. I discovered AKG and switched to the 75D coupling and haven’t looked back. The precision is awesome. Don’t accept substitutes! Motor mounts, transmission mounts, and RTABs make for accurate shifts even in high-G corners (no more missed shifts from deflected gears) and the 75D RTABs give the car a rock solid feel through the corners.”[/row] [row]
Ryan T’s 1995 BMW E36 M3:
95A Front Control Arm Bushings
95A Rear Trailing Arm Bushings
Ryan says “My OEM bushings were literally coming out on their own. These bushings made driving feel a lot more safe and firm around corners.”
Andreas H’s 2000 BMW E46 316i:
Rear Shock Mounts
Andreas says “Super build quality, and excellent products. Perfect.”
Adam P’s 1994 BMW E36 325:
75d Subframe, Diff and RTAB Bushings
Rear Sway Bar Reinforcements
Trailing Arm Reinforcements
Rear Shock Reinforcements
Front Subframe Reinforcements
Adam says “These products have been hands down the best fitment and given the best driver feedback of what the car is doing. Top notch parts and craftmanship. Thanks for the great R&D and taking out the guess work. (And the Line Disconnect Tool makes it so much easier, and only one on the market.)”
Kyle S’s 2005 BMW ZCP M3:
Rear Subframe Reinforcement Kit
Poly 75D Diff Bushings
Poly 75D FCABs
Poly 75D Subframe Bushings
Poly 75D RTABs
Spherical Bearing RSMs with Reinforcements
Kyle says “These parts have not only made a tremendous improvement to the car’s handling and overall driver’s feel, it has also greatly increased my joy of driving the car. Not to mention piece of mind of having quality parts to do the job!”
Doug B’s 1987 BMW E30 325is:
Rear Subframe Bushings
Diff Mount Bushing
Offset Front Control Arm Bushings
Doug says “These bushings were the final step to tighten the car enough to really exploit the power of the S50 swap.”
Jeremy W’s 1998 BMW E36 M3:
Front Engine Mount Reinforcements
RTAB Pocket Reinforcements
Rear Shock Mount Reinforcements
Jeremy says “These plates have allowed me to continue tracking and auto-xing my car reliably without having to worry about ripping or cracking any of these known weak spots.”
Wyatt H’s 2005 BMW E46 M3:
Poly 90A Subframe Bushings
Poly 95A Differential Mounts
Delrin Clutch Pedal Bushing
Wyatt says “I enjoy spirited driving, but also need to drive through a nightmare of a city. I opted for AKG’s soft poly and got exactly what I wanted – a little more precision and crispness without any annoying NVH. The subframe bushings offer full support of the mounts rather than just the perimeter as with OE bushings, so combined with the stiffer material, I am confident that they aid in supporting the subframe.”
Chris F’s 1989 BMW E30 325i (M50 swap):
E30 M50 Swap Motor Mounts
Subframe Reinforcement Plates
E36 rack & Pinion Swap Kit
Chris says “These AKG Motorsport parts have been an integral part of my successful m50nv stroker engine swap. Without these mods, the swap would not have gone as smoothly and surely the car wouldn’t have been as reliable/stable!”
Kurt L’s 2003 BMW E46 M3:
Poly 75D Subframe Bushings
Poly 75D Rear Trailing Arm Bushings
Poly 75D Motor & Trans Mounts
Rear Lower Control Arms
Poly 75D Front Control Arm Bushings
Kurt says “All these parts gave me an advantage to my driving style. Gave me a lot of positive feedback that makes me understand the car’s behavior and limit. Thank you for quality and performing parts from AKG Motorsport.”
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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!
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