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  • Sticky's Avatar
    06-21-2016, 03:30 AM
    This is an interesting race on the highway as the M5's rear wheel drive layout is a benefit and not a hindrance when it stretches its legs. The Nissan GTR's are lighter by about 500 pounds and like the M5 are DCT equipped but they do have higher drivetrain losses. Not that it should matter for a GTR with a turbo upgrade. It of course depends which turbo upgrade as numbers can range from 7XX to 2000+ whp. These two are said to be full bolt on with the red car having hybrid turbos and the white GTR some unnamed turbo kit. They go from a low speed roll and the GTR's take an initial lead. The M5 quickly starts to pull as speeds rise and makes easy work of both cars. The GTR's were on pump gas though. On race gas or E85 this race would be a very different story. Still, it goes to show a bolt on M5 can beat turbo upgraded GTR's on the highway if they are not in kill mode. M5: Downpipes, K&N filters and tuneRed GT-R: FBO + hybrid turbos (700HP)White GT-R: FBO + turbo upgrade (730-740HP)
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Yesterday, 06:27 PM
    After a bunch of teasers, spyphotos, etc., it's finally here! The highest performance Mercedes-AMG in the lineup is the 2018 AMG GT R. The car receives significant revisions including new active aerodynamics, engine changes, software changes, new brakes, new wheels, new tires, and just about everything that could be changed was changed. Mercedes-AMG unveiled the car today at the Goodwood Festival of Speed as they promised they would. You can watch the whole impressive unveiling event where they bring the car in with a helicopter from the Mercedes-Benz Youtube channel which is posted below. Overall, the car looks absolutely fantastic but this vehicle is about performance and not looks. The engine receives higher compression pistons and new turbochargers. Whomever it was that said they would just change the tuning software was wrong. Very, very, very wrong. The compression is bumped from the M177 10.5:1 but Mercedes-AMG has not yet posted the full specifications so we do not know the new ratio. Regardless, 577 horsepower is now the power output and it is sent to through an even quicker shifting dual clutch transmission. There are weight saving measures such as a lighter flywheel, a new exhaust that weighs 13 pounds less, and carbon fiber pieces abound. No word yet on the curb weight. This is the new king of the Mercedes-AMG lineup and it will go toe to toe with the Porsche GT3 RS or Turbo S and possibly encroach on 488 GTB territory. We can't wait to see it in action.
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  • chuiisatriani's Avatar
    06-18-2016, 08:01 PM
    chuiisatriani started a thread For Sale: N54 Parts in Buy/Sell - Parts
    Hi guys, I have some extra parts off a vehicle I purchased a while back. I no longer have the room for them, I was keeping them in storage pretty much if my car decided to give me trouble, but I'm feeling the need to part ways with them now for sure. Notice I've priced them close to ebay market.. Everything is *OBO* So far this is all I still have ZF 6hp21/19 transmission $400 (no valve body) Wiper transmission $65 Motor mounts $40 Oil filter housing $30 Outlet pipe $30 Front struts $80 (no top hats) Starter $65 O2 sensors $40 Tensioner $30 (1/2 drive) DVS $30 Upper Charge Pipe $20 Engine harness $150 Oem halo bulbs $15 crank position sensor $30 cam position sensors $35 or both for $50 Fuel Rail $30 Let me know if you happen to need anything from here, I'm in Pharr, TX. Prices do not include shipping if you're buying from outside of the valley, they can be negotiated. Do not be afraid of offering a certain amount for multiple items!
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    06-22-2016, 02:09 AM
    You have to take the horsepower figures here with a grain of salt. GAD motors obviously builds powerful M157's so no doubt they can deliver 900 horsepower in this ML but without dynos there is no proof either of these SUV's are making their claimed horsepower. The X6M traps 126.8 in the 1/4 mile and the ML63 124.3. That just does not feel like 850-900 horsepower performance even in 5300 horsepower SUV's. The X6M can do about 115 stock so almost another 300 horsepower is an increase of 11 miles per hour of trap speed? Whatever the actual horsepower figures may be these are two powerful German SUV's going at it. The X6M is the faster of the two and beats the ML63 to the 1/4 mile and 1/2 mile marks decisively although the AMG puts up a fight. Hopefully we can get the details on what is done to each but turbo upgrades are a given.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    06-21-2016, 03:16 PM
    You have decided to get your first custom dyno tune. Congratulations! That is a big step forward and a smart move. Your tuner will extract the maximum from your car providing they are a quality tuner and leave you with a stronger vehicle. First timers no doubt will have some questions and this FAQ has the answers. So you are booked in for your first Dyno Tune. You may have some questions, here are the common ones to keep you on the right track. Q: Should I make sure my spark plugs, leads and ignition system are in good working order prior to my booking? A: Certainly not. Just like other known issues, ignition problems provide your tuner with a bit of a challenge. They will enjoy removing your spark plugs for you (especially if they are hard to reach) as laying on the engine reaching down the back when it is scorching hot on the dyno keeps them warm in the cooler winter months. Q: It’s the morning of my booking and my car isn’t ready, should I call and notify my dyno tuner? A:It is generally considered best to not make any contact with the tuner, if they try and call you simply don’t answer. Once your car is ready for tuning, showing up unannounced and expecting the tuner to drop everything and tune your car is common and widely accepted by most dyno tuners as the best option. Q: Does a dyno tune use much fuel? A: No. Most modern day dynamometers utilize new technology to reduce fuel consumption. Minimal (and if available, poor quality) fuel is best. The DIS Dyno Systems EMS 1000 has the latest unicorn drive fitted allowing vehicles to be tuned with no fuel at all, converting the perpetual kinetic energy from a small amount of unicorn horn to drive the vehicle’s drive line throughout the tune. Q: Should my dyno tuner guarantee that my engine will not be damaged? A: Yes. Any tuner worth their salt should be able to utilize their time machine and x-ray vision to look inside your engine and assess the overall condition, service history, quality of parts used, and ability to handle the increased performance you are asking him/her to achieve. New parts further guarantee the strength of your engine, especially components purchased on certain online auction websites, manufactured in communist countries. Q: I heard dynos destroy tyres should I put my old junk tyres on for the dyno? A: Quality tyres are expensive, ideally fit your vehicle with old tyres. If possible, find some with some canvas and steel belting hanging out of the tyre. This not only gives the tuner an audible indication of wheel speed it also makes for some exciting sparks and possibly a tyre failure which everybody enjoys, just look at burnout competitions, it’s a real crowd pleaser. Q: What should I consider when choosing an ECU? A: Cost is the main consideration when selecting engine management. The cheapest option, even if not suitable for your engine configuration, will give you tuner the biggest challenge, they like challenges. This way you can spend more on tuning and add ons and it gives you the best chance of poor starting and garbage economy that comes with only the best race cars. It’s Also a good idea to choose an engine management system that your tuner has never seen before, obscure one off systems with difficult to use software allow your tuner the opportunity to learn and extend their knowledge while tuning your car. They often like to learn new things and will thank you for the opportunity (they might even give you a discount!) Q: If there is an issue I know about should I let my tuner know before he/she starts? A: Generally not, its like stealing the limelight at a wedding. You are robbing the tuner of the opportunity to challenge himself. Most tuners enjoy the thrill of the hunt, an intermittent misfire, a dodgy wiring connection or faulty fuel pump can provide hours of genuine entertainment for a dyno tuner. They will be very grateful. Q: My car didn’t make as much power as I thought, what should I do? A: Complain. Most dyno tuners try to achieve low power outputs by running less timing, low boost and rich mixtures, this ensures that your car can’t go too fast and improves road safety. Road safety is a high priority for dyno tuners but they are generally afraid of mushrooms, so please keep this in mind. Q: Can I stand in the dyno cell while my car is being tuned? A: Yes, OH&S is not an issue as it is your car. Often wheel weights can come off wheels at 200km/h or more and trying to catch them with your face is a great way to pass the time with your friends. If you have taken our advice on tyres, get a friend to stand at the back and video the sparks on their phone, when the tyre blows you will all have a great story to tell and have a few laughs over. Q: I have a previous dyno run, or a friends car that is the same that made more power, why? A: Your tuner must not be very good at their job. Non tune related variables in dyno readouts such as gear used, tiedown method, tyre compound & size, air density, air temperature probe location, dyno calibration, ramp rate, fuel quality, and many other factors are standardized by the National Dynamometer Variable Council (NDVC) so these will never be a factor in your power readout. If your readout is lower than another dyno on a different day it will most likely be because of the tune. Q: I’m not 100% happy with the tune I have, what should I do? A: Definitely do not talk to your tuner about the specific issues you are having and give them the opportunity to rectify them. If you do this you will most likely offend and upset them. If you do talk to them stick to vague descriptions like “Its just not right” or “it feels funny” this way you wont sound like a know it all. It is best to post in face book groups or on your own page that your tune is rubbish and never to go there, this way you can express your concerns without upsetting the tuner. You should be now armed with the best information to ensure a quick, painless and quality tune! Good Luck! Stay tuned for more great tips including, “Using the internet to Fix Your Car” and “How to Talk to Mechanics”. Source
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  • blisstik's Avatar
    06-23-2016, 12:32 PM
    The time has come. I am selling my highly modified E92 2007 335i (Space Gray / Coral Red). Year: 2007 Make: BMW Model: 335i E92 Mileage: 108,xxx miles Price: $25,995 FIRM NOT PARTING OUT BUT WELCOME TO TRADES // PM ME NOT PARTING OUT BUT WELCOME TO TRADES // PM ME If you are serious, please PM me and make an offer. Performance • MOTIV 750 Single Turbo Kit for N54 (HTA 3586) • MOTIV 750 Port Injection Kit (fuel rail and fuel lines) • Fuel-IT Stage 3 HULK Dual LPFP Kit • Split Second AIC1 Port Injection Controller • JB4 with JB4 ConnectKit v3 Bluetooth Module • MHD for backend flash (custom tune by MOTIV Motorsports) • COBB Cat-Back Exhaust • Spec Stage 3+ Clutch with Spec Steel Single Mass Flywheel • Helix FMIC • Evolution Racewerks J-Pipe • Evolution Racewerks Long CP • Tial BOV • Dual OCC Setup: BMS OCC / Mishimoto + RB PCV Kit / Blocked valve ports Suspension • M3 Front Control Arm/Tension Strut Retrofit Set • M3 Aluminum Rear Guide Rod Set • M3 Aluminum Rear Wishbone Set • M3 Front Sway Bar Kit • M3 Rear Sway Bar Kit • M3 Rear Subframe Bushings • Quaife LSD Pumpkin (built by VAC Motorsports) • Bilstein PSS9 Coilovers Wheels/Tires/Brakes • Forgestar F14 19x8.5 +34 Front • Forgestar F14 19x10 +38 Rear • Michelin Pilot SuperSports 235/35/19 Front • Michelin Pilot SuperSports 275/30/19 Rear • Cool Carbon Front Pads (just replaced) • Cool Carbon Rear Pads (~10k miles) • Goodyear Stainless Steel Braided Lines • Racing Blue Brake Fluid (just flushed) Interior • BMW Aluminum Brushed Pedals • B&M Short Shifter Kit • UUC RK6A-L Weighted Shift Knob with Leather Covering • ViseeO Tune2Air WMA3000B Bluetooth Audio Adapter Exterior • OEM Front Bumper with molded OEM Aero Lip • JG Mods M-Tech Rear Bumper • JG Mods M3 Side Skirts • JL Motoring Performance Style Carbon Fiber Trunk Spoiler Frequently Asked Questions Q: Is it still for sale? A: Yes, as long as the thread is NOT closed, it's still for sale. Q: How much power does it make? A: Depends on how much boost. See attached dyno sheet below (not my actual dyno). I've normally ran at 23PSI on summer and 20PSI on winter. Q: Why are you selling it? A: Got a sedan and its now a garage queen. Q: Why did you go ST then proceed to sell it after 7K miles? A: I was working at home for the past year and it has become a garage queen. Time for someone else to enjoy it. Q: How does it drive? A: With the custom tune done by MOTIV, it drives like stock turbos with downpipes and mild tune on the low end but a monster after 4K RPM. Q: How does the clutch feel? A: It's stiff compared to stock but you will get used to it. Q: How does shifting feel? A: It feels solid, mechanical, short and precise. Q: What type of gas can you use? A: You can use 100% E85 or any pump gas (i.e., 91, 93 octane) but will require a 2 minute flash via MHD app. I will include the Android tablet with MHD app. Q: How can you log? A: With JB4 Connect Kit v3, you simply download the JB4 app on the Android Play Store or IOS App Store then connect via Bluetooth. Q: Can I stream music via Bluetooth? A: Yes via the Tune2Air WMA3000B Bluetooth adapter which the radio sees as "iPod". You can then use SoundCloud for all your music and even use the steering wheel to skip tracks. You can also plugin a USB drive and play music through there as well. Q: Have you done any oil analysis? A: Yes, for the last two oil changes, I've sent an oil analysis to BlackStone Labs. I can provide the reports if requested.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    06-20-2016, 05:43 PM
    This is a very awesome build from Brabus who obviously has close ties with the Mercedes factory. What they did was take a C217 Mercedes-AMG S63 4Matic convertible and they gave it 838 horsepower resulting in a very impressive 217 mph top speed. The styling (aerodynamics play a key role in the top speed) and wheels are all great but that is not where BenzBoost is going to focus. What we are focused on is the stroked M157. Brabus takes the engine from 5461cc to 5912cc which is a nice displacement gain from increasing stroke and bore. Although Brabus calls this is a 6.0 it really is a 5.9 liter motor. We would like to see the bore x stroke figures to see just how much Brabus increased each but they do not provide them. All we know is they fit a new crank, new rods, and new pistons with a larger bore. Based on previous Brabus M157 stroker builds we assume the increase is the same. That means 1mm overbore pistons and a stroke of 96mm compared to the AMG 90.5mm factory M157 spec. The math works out to 5912cc. In addition to increasing the displacement Brabus also worked over the cylinder heads and obviously modified the turbochargers. The intake and exhaust systems are also revised. They then tuned the setup. 838 horsepower and 848 lb-ft of torque are awesome figures although since this is Brabus they provide no dyno. You can take their word for it. The same goes for their top speed claim which is 217 miles per hour making this the fastest four seat convertible on the planet. The price is one of those if you have to ask you can not afford it things. That is fine. Tuners can no doubt replicate the stroker crankshaft for a fraction of the cost for those who really want to take their M157 to the maximum. World premiere with technology partner Motul at the 24 Hours of Le Mans - BRABUS 850 6.0 Biturbo Cabrio based on the Mercedes S 63 - 625 kW / 850 HP, 1,450 Nm of torque and 350 km/h top speed - The world's fastest and most powerful four-seat cabriolet BRABUS 850 6.0 Biturbo Cabrio - the world's fastest and most powerful four-seat cabriolet: What setting would be better suited for the world premiere of this unique supercar than the most famous car race in the world, the 24 Hours of Le Mans? Motul, one of the leading manufacturers of high-performance lubricants in the world and exclusive technology partner of BRABUS, presents the cabriolet with a power output of 625 kW / 850 HP (838 bhp) and a top speed of 350 km/h (217 mph) not only in the paddock of the endurance race classic, but also as part of the official drivers' parade on the Friday before the race, June 17, 2016. The BRABUS 850 6.0 Biturbo Cabrio based on the Mercedes S 63 4MATIC seamlessly continues the tradition of the exclusive high-performance cars from BRABUS (Brabus-Allee, D-46240 Bottrop, phone + 49 / (0) 2041 / 777-0, fax + 49 / (0) 2041 / 777 111, Internet www.brabus.com). However, the open-top two-door car with all-wheel drive not only impresses on account of its unique performance, but above all with its sporty and elegant appearance featuring naked carbon aerodynamic-enhancement components and 21-inch hi-tech forged wheels. The twin-turbo eight-cylinder engine in the bow of the cabriolet is constructed in the engine shop of the BRABUS Manufaktur in Bottrop equipped with state-of-the-art machinery. The displacement is increased from 5,461 cc to 5,912 cc (333 to 361 cc) by installing a forged BRABUS special crankshaft with longer stroke, increasing the cylinder bore and fitting the matching forged pistons and high-performance connecting rods. The two cylinder heads are also re-machined to guarantee maximum power delivery. In addition, the engine peripherals are thoroughly revised. Two BRABUS special turbochargers with larger compressor units and modified exhaust manifolds replace the production turbos on the exhaust side. As part of the engine conversion, BRABUS also installs down pipes with a diameter of 75 millimeters (3 in) and special metal catalysts. The BRABUS stainless-steel sport exhaust system with butterfly valves electronically controlled from the cockpit optimizes the power delivery and the engine sound. In the "Coming Home" standard mode, the high-performance cabriolet has an even more subtle exhaust note than with the production system. On the other hand, when the valves are open, the eight-cylinder twin-turbo engine sounds as sporty as a super sports car. The intake side of the turbocharged eight-cylinder engine was also revised thoroughly as a matter of course. Immediately conspicuous upon opening the hood is the specially designed and significantly larger BRABUS 850 intake module made from carbon. Just as essential for the power increase are the two more voluminous air filter boxes, which draw their air from a special duct in the hood, and new carbon air ducts with considerably larger cross sections. An especially striking feature is the BRABUS Gold Heat Reflection sheathing for the intake and charge-air pipes of the twin-turbo system. Precisely calibrated mapping for injection and ignition as well as a modified electronic boost pressure limiter are also part of this high-performance engine, which BRABUS, like all other components, backs with a three-year, 100,000-kilometer/62,000-mile warranty (see BRABUS Warranty Terms and Conditions, updated July 2013). Such a high-performance engine naturally also demands the best available fully synthetic motor oil, which like for all BRABUS engines, is supplied for this supercar together with the hi-tech lubricants for the entire powertrain and the especially heat-resistant brake fluid by technology partner Motul. As a result of the extensive modifications, the BRABUS 850 6.0 Biturbo engine delivers unrivalled performance figures. The engine produces its peak output of 625 kW / 850 HP (838 bhp) at a low 5,400 rpm. Even more massive is the peak torque of 1,450 Nm (1,069 lb-ft), which is on tap between 2,500 and 4,500 rpm. In the interest of the longevity of the entire powertrain, the peak torque is electronically limited in the car to 1,150 Nm (848 lb-ft). The power is transferred to the wheels by the 4MATIC all-wheel-drive system and a seven-speed automatic transmission whose gears can also be shifted manually with the BRABUS RACE aluminum paddle shifters on the steering wheel. The power unit in the bow elevates the BRABUS 850 6.0 Biturbo Cabrio to the position of the world's most powerful and fastest four-seat all-wheel-drive cabriolet. From rest, the exclusive two-door car accelerates to 100 km/h (62 mph) in just 3.5 seconds and reaches a speed of 200 km/h (124 mph) after just 9.4 seconds. Due to tire limitations, the top speed is limited electronically to 350 km/h (217 mph). These tremendously high speeds naturally place especially high demands on the aerodynamic-enhancement components, which were developed by the BRABUS designers in the wind tunnel. They are available for all S 63 and S 65 coupes and cabriolets. All bodywork components are manufactured from naked carbon with a high-gloss finishing coat. The BRABUS front spoiler attaches to the front bumper and lends the two-door car full-blooded racing looks while reducing lift on the front axle at high speeds for further improved handling stability. Tailor-made carbon surrounds add even more striking emphasis to the large side air intakes in the front bumper. Naked carbon covers for the exterior mirrors add further, specifically sporty highlights. The rear end of the open-top luxury liner also receives a visual upgrade. The BRABUS carbon diffusor provides the perfect backdrop for the two dual ceramic tailpipes of the BRABUS sport exhaust system. The BRABUS carbon rear spoiler on the trunk lid creates an aerodynamic balance between the front and rear axle. Carbon attachments for the side air outlets in the rear bumper round out the sporty lines perfectly. A thrilling design, maximum quality and further enhanced driving dynamics are the outstanding traits of the BRABUS Monoblock wheels, which are available for the Mercedes S-Class Cabriolet in various sizes with diameters between 18 and 22 inches. To be able to enjoy the enormous performance including the phenomenal top speed of the BRABUS 850 6.0 Biturbo variant to its full extent, the high-performance cabriolet is fitted with BRABUS Monoblock "PLATINUM EDITION" 21-inch forged wheels, which come in various designs. The use of state-of-the-art forging technology in their production results in an optimal combination of maximum strength and low weight. The wheels are mounted in sizes 9Jx21 on the front axle and 10.5Jx21 at the rear to make full use of the available space in the wheel wells. BRABUS selected Continental, Pirelli and YOKOHAMA high-performance tires of sizes 255/35 ZR 21 at the front and 295/30 ZR 21 on the rear axle as the optimal solution. In addition, a BRABUS 22-inch tire/wheel combination is optionally available. The BRABUS Monoblock G "Platinum Edition" forged wheels of size 9Jx22 on the front axle are shod with size 255/30 ZR 22 tires, the size 10Jx22 wheels at the rear are fitted with tires of size 295/25 ZR 22. The BRABUS lowering module is specifically calibrated to the use of these ultra-low-profile tires. It lowers the ride height of the open-top 2+2-seater by about 15 millimeters (.6 in). BRABUS also refines the interior of the S-Class Cabriolet by customer request. This includes scuff plates with backlit BRABUS logo, whose colors change in sync with the various colors of the ambient interior lighting, and BRABUS genuine carbon interior components, which replace the production wood inlays and trim strips in the cockpit. Aluminum components such as the BRABUS RACE paddle shifters, pedals and door pins add markedly sporty highlights. The BRABUS speedometer with 400-km/h (250-mph) matches the tremendous performance potential of the vehicle. The company upholstery shop has just the right thing for customers looking for an even more customized interior. A BRABUS fine leather captivates not only with its practically endless variety of colors and materials, but above all with its outstanding quality of workmanship. The BRABUS 850 6.0 Biturbo Cabrio is available as a complete car or can be built on the basis of any current Mercedes S 63 Cabriolet.
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  • Ronnie B.'s Avatar
    06-19-2016, 06:09 PM
    After installing headers and intake, my dipstick pops out. No oil shoots out, just the stick. Never happened before mods, so I know motor is good. Anyone have pointers or a way to relieve extra crankcase pressure.......2008 cls63
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    06-18-2016, 06:23 PM
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  • MR747's Avatar
    06-20-2016, 09:43 PM
    MR747 started a thread Want to Buy: WTB c63 throttle bodies in Buy/Sell - Parts
    HI Guys I need to buy 2 throttle bodies asap Anyone have any lying around? part number is 1561410225 e63 sl63 cl63 cls63 all fit Paypal ready
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  • triggz's Avatar
    06-22-2016, 03:10 PM
    I'm selling my 2007 Alpine White on Coral Red 335i coupe. 6AT transmission, sport package, 115K. I'm the second owner and I bought the car from BMW with 24K on it. The car has no wastegate rattle! NO PART OUT!!! Mods: AR Design Catless Downpipes AMS Intercooler BMS DCI VTT Silicone Inlets VTT Silicone Outlets BMS OCC RB PCV Secondary Cat Delete with Vibrant resonators Muffler Delete Quad Remus Tips Wavetrac LSD Dinan Camber Plates Defiv Fab Differential Lockdown Kit Silicone Vacuum Lines JB4 G5 Iso with backend flash BMS Anti-lag (Not Installed but I'll throw it in) Evolution Racewerks Chargepipe with 3 meth bungs Tial BOV M3 Subframe Bushings M3 Front and Rear Control Arms H&R Front Swaybar Koni Yellow + Swift Springs AIS Meth Injection Kit with Stainless braided lines, Dual nozzle, AN fittings, race fuel cell 17X9 ET30 Apex Arc-8 Wheels in Satin Black Nitto NT555 245/45/17 Nitto NT555R 275/40/17 M3 Sideskirts Mtech Front and Rear Bumper LTMW Carbon Fiber Quad Diffuser Smoked Tailights Smoked Sidemarkers Phillips 8500K Xenon White turn signals 18" BMW OEM Wheels with Winter/Summer tires All stock parts available Recently changed in the last 12-15 months: New NGK plugs New M3/M4 coils New o2 sensors OFH Gasket Oil Pan Gasket HPFP Water Pump Battery Starter Alternator Boost solenoids Turbos were replaced at 100K Oil change every 3K and the car never saw above 3000rpm until oil was properly warmed up and even then I'm usually stuck in traffic everyday so it was rarely ever driven hard. I'm very very anal with this car so I maintained it like no other and always made sure it was running 100%, even if that meant replacing parts prematurely. Reason for sale: Upgrading Price: 19.5K obo WILL SHIP!
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    06-18-2016, 11:07 PM
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