Here is the Radium oil separator opened up. Notice the steel wool behind the green mesh, which traps the vapor and collects the oil on the bottom.
We’ve got Radium’s oil catch can in our E46 BMW M3’s engine bay and it looks OE!
KW has introduced it’s line of KW DDC (Dynamic Damping Control) “Plug and Play” suspension for integration of factory OEM controls. And with their new W-Lan and App control you can make adjustments on the fly via your iPad, iPod Touch, or iPhone!
For cars equipped with air suspension, KW’s Dynamic Level Control adjusts the ride height remotely, with the front and rear independent of each other.
Here’s KW’s popular Club Sport 3-way adjustable shock, which is designed for cars with R-compound tires for track day use. It’s got adjustable uniball top mounts and features rebound adjustments (16 clicks) along with low-speed (6 clicks) and high-speed (16 clicks) compression adjustments.
KW’s also released its “Classic” line of coil-overs. This specific one here is made to fit the ever appreciating E30 BMW M3, for instance!