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Vorsteiner, Aasco Motorsports, Macht Schnell, and More - Gear

The latest great stuff for your driving life.

Oct 7, 2010

Free up additional power on your S65 M3 or S85 M5/M6 without compromising reliability with a set of performance underdrive pulleys from Macht Schnell. Machined from 6061-T6 aluminum, they're designed to be strong and lightweight to limit parasitic drag from engine accessories. Each pulley is T3 hard-anodized for additional strength as well as corrosion and wear resistance. All factory harmonics and balancing are left undisturbed. The pulleys come equipped with new belts and impart no negative effect on accessory operation. Models supported include the 2008 and later M3, the 2006-2010 M5, and the 2006-2010 M6.

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Macht Schnell

In its pursuit of creating the perfect brake system, Germany's Mov'It has released its third generation ceramic system for the BMW M3. Up to a claimed 50 percent lighter than other systems, the Mov'It setup uses six-piston front and four-piston rear billet "saddles" (calipers), along with 380mm ceramic discs front and rear. The list of advantages includes high levels of stability and high-precision braking force, great response even in wet conditions, the mentioned weight savings, and high resistance to fade under heavy use. And because the product is developed in Germany, it is of course TÜV certified.

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Aasco Motorsports has announced the release of its newest flywheel upgrade, P.N. 106421-11 for the 2010 Porsche 997 equipped with the twin-clutch PDK gearbox. The quick-shifting F1-style transmission just became even faster with this dual mass replacement, which is integrated with Aasco's one-of-a-kind mounted sprung hub design. This application completes the company's complete line of lightweight Porsche flywheels, which includes all Turbo models, 993, 996, 997, and early models.

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Aasco Motorsports

After nearly a year of research, planning, and development, Eisenmann GmbH has released a performance exhaust for the BMW X5M and X6M. As with all Eisenmann systems, this exhaust features the company's trademark hand craftsmanship, engineering and design expertise that has been selected by Porsche and AMG for their own exhaust systems, stainless steel construction, and either the classic 83mm Le Mans-style tips or aggressive 90mm round tips.

The exhaust is available in "Sport" and "Race" sound levels, the former utilizing a factory vacuum system to activate a sound control valve for low key cruising with a trademark Eisenmann sound at high rpm. From $3,995

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IND Distribution/Eisenmann North America

Wheel of the Month
Vorsteiner has pulled the cover off the newest addition to its one-piece forged monoblock series: the V-104. According to the company, these wheels are the lightest within the current Vorsteiner lineup. They are subjected to precise 3D machining to scallop the spoke edges for a maximum strength-to-weight ratio. In addition, the V-104 features a twin seven-spoke mesh design with elongated full-face spoke ends for maximum visual impact and distinguished good looks.

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