BMW E60 LSD
E60 is the fifth generation BMW fifth series. It replaced the E39. Produced between 2003 and 2009. Designations are E60 sedan, E61 touring, E60N sedan facelift in 2006 and E61N touring facelift. BMW M5 is omnipresent 5,0L V10 engine S85 with 507 hp and 520Nm with technology borrowed from F1. Default LSD manufacturer offers only M5.
BMW LSD conversion. Here are E60/61 options. We offer friction type LSD based on typ188 and typ210:
BMW E60 LSD:
BMW 520d (E60/Е61/E60N/E61N) look here
BMW 520i (E60/Е61/E60N/E61N) look here
BMW 523i (E60/Е61/E60N/E61N) look here
BMW 525d (525xi) (E60/Е61/E60N/E61N) look here
BMW 525i(525xd) (E60/Е61/E60N/E61N) look here
BMW 530d (530xi) (E60/Е61/E60N/E61N) look here
BMW 530i(530xd) (E60/Е61/E60N/E61N) look here
BMW 535d (E60/Е61/E60N/E61N) look here
BMW 540i (E60/Е61/E60N/E61N) look here
BMW 545i (E60/Е61) look here
BMW 550i (E60/Е61/E60N/E61N) look here
BMW M5 (E60/Е61/E61N) look here
BMW LSD studio.
BMW LSD studio has years of experience in the repair of differentials of all automobile brands, in particular transfer boxes and specializes in modifying the Limited slip differentials of BMW.
It’s always seems to be a few very common questions about differentials. Like what does the differential do, how does it work, which one should I get for my car, and what can I expect from my LSD. All of these are valid questions and we will try to give an explanation of all basic types and how they work in the real world. Starting from what exactly is the differential, types differentials and specific differentials (open or Limited slip) in BMW.
Catalog arranged by BMW models. Not something that will require an engineering degree to understand. If that seems a little simplistic for the more experienced and educated among us we apologize. We are writing this for you, who need or want to make a change. But don’t know enough about differentials to make a right choice. This is about what you need for your vehicle. Not necessarily BMW car, of course.
All differentials are a mechanism designed to deliver the rotational force of the engine to two wheels, which are not always going the same distance at the same time. Car makers and aftermarket tuners offer various ways to transmit torque from the gearbox to the wheels. There are a numbers of limited slip differentials available for road and racing. All have strengths and locks, but the choices can be narrowed a bit. The final choice depends upon what is available, cost, and expertise, and perhaps what is already in the car.