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      08-16-2019, 06:05 AM   #51
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Originally Posted by Nahlem View Post
The biggest thing to take from this video witch a lot of people on the forums should take to them self is from 15 min and onward a bit in to the video.
Explaining what M is all about and such. To take what is available at that time and make the best out of it, and drop the talk that is so prevalent on the forums "BMW/M ain't what it used to be"
Agreed. The problem isn't so much that M has lost their way (well, outside of not making bespoke high revving engines anymore)-- it's that BMW has lost their way. M can only do so much with the chassis they're given.