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Old 02-02-2015, 05:42 PM
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I find the memory often plays tricks on folks...

(S54 owner!)
2002 '52 S54 - Titanium Silver with 18" BBS LMs, AP Racing BBK, KW V3, H&R anti roll bars & ACS flippers (previously 2000 'X' S50 - Arctic Silver)
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Old 05-02-2015, 10:47 AM
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Great feedback on Target Duncan, and happy to hear you've made a great purchase and are now enjoying your S50. As has been said already, lots of feedback on phone calls to them but not much in the way of actual face to face dealings, so its valuable info.

Coming from an S54 Z4M myself, I completely agree with your comment on the throttle response and general feel of the engine under load. Feels analogue in a good way and very modern classic (if that makes any sense?!)

Be great to see more photos when you have time.
S50 M Coupe

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Old 05-02-2015, 09:24 PM
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well my coupe is an s50, but I have two roadsters, one s50 one s54 both low miles and good non abused cars. I love the s50 and take nothing away from it but the 54 is better when driven back to back, not really worth as much extra as they command as its only slightly better (noticeably more torquey), but if you want the ultimate incarnation of a z3m, IMO, with the facility to compare them on the same day, its the s54 that wins.
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