All Speed Performance DC/KALIS twin turbo Camaro Josh Kalis
All Speed built DC/Kalis Camaro twin turbo custom LS. Low Boost 8 psi. Nitto NT05's IForged wheels
Speedtech subframe and front suspension. mostly second gear hits. Marquez
design door panels, Dash. Rear tail lights, lower front valence. Custom ASP
Fender flares and rear diffuser, ASP center exit Exhaust, lower chin spoiler, Custom ASP hood
vents... all body mods are fabricated from steal. Custom ASP twin turbo package using Bullseye 66mill with custom Exhaust housing. 408 ltr block. Paint
done by ASP in house... no vinyl.... thats paint. 6 speed Tranzilla, twin
disc clutch.. 754 rwhp on low Boost
Fast & Furious 4: BMW M5
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Every Fast & Furious film has to have at least one over-the-top street race
with multiple cars careening along wildly, putting the lives of the drivers
(and anyone else who happens to be on the street at the time) in mortal
danger. And when it comes to mortal danger, what better car to face it in
than a BMW M5?
Fortunately for Fast & Furious, the 400-horsepower, V8-powered E39
generation (1998-2003) M5 is still a 5 Series sedan and acquiring and
redecorating much cheaper 528i and 540i models was easy. So the production
bought three old 540i sedans and four 528i models and redecorated them with
orange and black paint and 19-inch wheels. Of these seven BMWs, six were
destroyed. That includes three dropped off a bridge onto a road down below.
The M5 was another car that just seemed to emerge naturally during the
casting process — there wasn't anyone who didn't want the big, powerful
BMW in the show. And some design inspiration obviously came from German
tuning house Lumma Design's CLR 500 R-S version of the current E60 M5 that
was shown during 2007.
Of all the cars in the film, this one may be the least believable because
of all its body roll during the action scenes. It looks like an M5 with the
swaybars disconnected. Or a 528i with M5 front fenders.