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Old 16th March 2008, 21:18   #1
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Modded jerez black M3 E92 pics

Took delivery in February and started modding the car to my personal taste.

1. G-power 20 inch rims with 245/30/20 and 285/25/30
2. Hartge lowered with springs. (EDC fully functional).
3. Hamann splitters front and rear.
4. Carbon Factory carbon grille (overlay).
5. SS exhaust (next week).
6. Remap (next month).
7. Carbon mirror covers, hood vents and rear boot spoiler (next week).

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Mmmmm perhaps some smart guy or girl can resize the images?

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THANK YOU GUSTAV

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Looks great! Did you see the BMW M5 Touring with G-Power wheels?

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Looks great! Did you see the BMW M5 Touring with G-Power wheels?

http://www.m5board.com/vbulletin/sho...24#post1196224

Yes I did, cool car.
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Well done M-bitious. Looks really nice and Jerez Black is a great colour for the new M3.

What has been more fun to drive? The new M3 or your "old" M6? Personally I was impressed with the new M3 when I tested it at Paul Ricard but I like the M6 better.

Any additional mods planned?
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Thanks for the compliments. I actually prefer the M3, but that's because I like a smaller car, and the M6 is really large. It's easier to throw an M3 araound. I also like the sound of the V8 better, but I guess this is all subjective.

Additional stuff is a dvd changer fully integrated with i-drive, and I am talking to a company that might supercharge the engine later this year. Stage 1 with 500 bhp or a stage 2 with 600 bhp.

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You said it best ... it is all subjective and the good thing is that these days, we can all get what we want as manufacturers offer such a wide variety in cars.

Now, 600 hp (stage 2) in an M3 would be quite unique. You already have plenty of power to play with but this would put it up in the league of the 599.

Please keep us informed on what your plans are as I'm interested to see what your choice will be.
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car looks gorgeous, keep it up
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Car looks great how much do those rims cost??
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