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post #11 of 20 Old 31st May 2010, 04:41 AM
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[quote=AFC1;1827767]Suro, thank you very much for the offer. The sound has been coming up fairly often, especially when I corner to the right (I think). I may actually take you up on your offer....I'll PM you if I do. Thanks again!


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Places I've used and have had good luck with.

Repairs for the Beast: Bavarian Performance Group in Winchester, MA.
Repairs for the Beast: Autobahn Automotive of Natick, MA.
Wheels and stuff: Wheel Dynamix in Natick, MA.
Wheels and stuff: Little Foreign Car Garage, Waltham, MA.
Detailing: Luxury Details, Natick, MA.
Detailing: Dr. Detail in Atrium Mall garage.

Anything else you need?

'02 carbon black over grey/black
CF wrapped trim, TEC and Ultimate cupholders, 35% tint, Matte black kidney grills, ZHP knob + 540i/6 boot, 545i shoft shift kit
Lots of fixed rear door vapor seals.
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Places I've used and have had good luck with.

Repairs for the Beast: Bavarian Performance Group in Winchester, MA.
Repairs for the Beast: Autobahn Automotive of Natick, MA.
Wheels and stuff: Wheel Dynamix in Natick, MA.
Wheels and stuff: Little Foreign Car Garage, Waltham, MA.
Detailing: Luxury Details, Natick, MA.
Detailing: Dr. Detail in Atrium Mall garage.

Anything else you need?
This is an awesome list! Thanks very much! Have you used either of your repair suggestions for major service or just oil changes and such? Again, thank you.



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OOOps sorry, forgot, ...Turner is always good..., Autobhan in Natick, havent used them but hear they are ok....Schneller Performance of Rowley..978-499-8893...very good and reasonable....good luck.

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OOOps sorry, forgot, ...Turner is always good..., Autobhan in Natick, havent used them but hear they are ok....Schneller Performance of Rowley..978-499-8893...very good and reasonable....good luck.
Thanks very much for the suggestions!!! I will look into them.



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This is an awesome list! Thanks very much! Have you used either of your repair suggestions for major service or just oil changes and such? Again, thank you.



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I have used both BPG and AA for minor things. BPG did the PPI on the car, oil, filter, fluids, O2, some other stuff. AA has done window seals, and a few other things.

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I have used both BPG and AA for minor things. BPG did the PPI on the car, oil, filter, fluids, O2, some other stuff. AA has done window seals, and a few other things.

Oh cool, I feel A-ok about BPG doing the PPi and AA doing the GOF was A1 and this is very,LFO, IMA...are you DWT ?.....and WTF are we talking about??

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Oh cool, I feel A-ok about BPG doing the PPi and AA doing the GOF was A1 and this is very,LFO, IMA...are you DWT ?.....and WTF are we talking about??
Haha BPG=Bavarian Performance Group. AA=Autobahn Automotive. PPI=pre purchase inspection (as I'm sure you know). Does this make Mchang's post clearer?


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How dumb I am....

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