BMW stated “this BMW Motorsport/racing/off-road Parts Catalog gives you an overview of the specially developed BMW Motorsport parts. Some parts may not be available in the US and may not be approved for all racing series or class. All parts listed are intended for use on approved motorsport/racing/off-road series BMW vehicles ONLY.
"The parts are Not DOT-approved, homologated or street legal and may adversely affect the original manufacturer’s limited warranty on the vehicle. Installation of motorsport/racing/off-road parts on a vehicle may render it nonstreet legal. Suspension parts (including but not limited to struts, shock absorbers and springs) must be used together as a system and should not be partially installed or combined with anyother components from BMW or other manufacturers. Purchasers of motorsport/racing/off-road parts will be required to sign a disclaimer, waiver and release.”
Apparently BMW will give you whatever parts you want, but they refuse liability for anyone using them on the street. You will have to sign a waiver and forego your warranty. That's not going to be a problem, as most BMW enthusiasts who modified their cars have already foregone their warranties.
If you’re interested in the official parts catalogue just click here. If you choose to buy any, here are the BMW Motorsport Centers:
- Illinois Laurel BMW 430 E. Ogden Avenue Westmont, IL 60559 Phone: 877-454-9352 Contact: Kevin Hale
- Georgia Global Imports 500 Interstate Parkway North Atlanta, GA 30339 Phone: 770-951-1119 x227 Contact: Jon Allen
- New Hampshire BMW of Stratham 71 Portsmouth Ave Stratham, NH 03885 Phone: 800-989-5200 Contact: Mark Wilkins
- Ohio BMW of Cleveland 6135 Kruse Drive Solon, Ohio 44139 Phone: 440-542-0600 Contact: Bill Kenney