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    Today, 10:34 PM
    Welcome to a real enthusiast forum sontaichinh.
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    Today, 10:29 PM
    aaronnguyen2103, we appreciate you taking the time to join.
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    Today, 10:28 PM
    Công ty chúng tôi chuyên sản xuất, thi công, lắp đặt c*a sắt, cổng sắt ... v* tất cả các sản phẩm, hạng mục liên quan đến sản phẩm sắt cơ kh*. Chúng tôi có đội thợ sản xuất, thi công l*nh nghề, tâm huyết với công việc mong rằng đáp ứng được nhu cầu chất lượng sản phẩm, giá cả tốt nhất cho quý khách. - Có giá bán giá gốc, tốt nhất thị trường Việt Nam - Có mức ph* cạnh tranh nhất, có t*nh cạnh tranh cao trên thị trường. - Có các phương thức thanh toán linh hoạt v* có nhiều ch*nh sách hỗ trợ bán h*ng thanh toán ch*m cho khách h*ng. - Dịch vụ chuyên nghiệp, công cụ được bảo h*nh v* x* lý kịp thời khi xảy ra sự cố.
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    Today, 09:56 PM
    I was getting ready to write an awesome article and... nothing. :rage:
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    Today, 09:42 PM
    Competition is great, isn't it? BMS basically owns the BMW piggyback market. Dinan has tried to muscle their way in (despite saying piggybacks are bad) as their flash tuning business is basically gone with the new Tricore ECU's. It has not exactly gone well for Dinan as their piggyback products are overpriced and they underperform. Well, overpriced until they launched a basic boost controller for N20/N26 and N55 engines retailing for $299. That conveniently and deliberately undercut BMS and their Stage 1 tuners which start at $379. BMS is responding with a JB+ F-Series option that starts at $199. BMS states the JB+ will provide ~35 wheel horsepower. We do not yet have a dyno confirming this but it is on the way. Suffice it to say BMS historically backs up their claims with dyno graphs. Dinan on the other hand does not. It sure would be fun to do a back to back test of these two on the same car with the same fuel on the same dyno. Maybe it's something BimmerBoost can make happen. Either way, BMS continues to offer the best performance gains per dollar in the BMW aftermarket. N55 Applications: BMW 1 Series 2013+ N55 BMW F20 F21 M135 BMW 2 Series 2014+ N55 BMW F22/F23 M235i BMW 3 Series 2012+ N55 BMW F30 F31 335i/xi 2013+ N55 BMW F34 335i xDrive GT BMW 4 Series 2014+ F32 F33 F36 Coupe 435i / 435xi BMW 5 Series 2012+ F07 535i GT 2012+ F10 F11 535i / 535xi BMW 6 Series 2011+ F13 640 Coupe 2011+ F12 640 Convertible 2012+ F06 640 Gran Coupe BMW X Series 2013+ X1 N55 TwinPower 2012+ X3 X5 X6 N55 TwinPower N20 / N26 Applications: BMW 2 Series: 2014+ 2 Series F22/F23 220i / 228i N20 & N26 BMW 3 Series: 2012+ 3 Series F30 320i / 328i N20 & N26 BMW 4 Series: 2014+ 4 Series F32/F33/F36 420 / 428 N20 & N26 BMW 5 Series: 2011+ 5 Series F10 520 / 528 N20 & N26 BMW X Series 2013+ X3 F25 N20
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    Today, 09:27 PM
    lombomvn, we appreciate you taking the time to join.
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    Today, 09:01 PM
    The Ford Focus RS is arguably the best performance hatchback on the market today. It commands respect from enthusiasts and it is a pretty good value at its $36,120 MSRP. So what in the world is going on here with people trying to get over $90k for the car? It's called looking for a sucker. Somebody is hoping people buy into the hype and overpay for a Focus. It's blatant. price gouging. Frankly, it's insane. Nobody is stupid enough to overpay to such a degree for a Focus RS. Right? Right...
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    Today, 09:00 PM
    Hey Lwaters33277: :text-welcomewave:
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    Today, 08:19 PM
    This is not the first time the BMW F82 M4 GTS has been pitted against a naturally aspirated track focused Porsche. A couple months back Sport Auto compared the 991 GT3 to the M4 GTS and the GT3 resoundingly beat the M4 GTS and did so for less money. The 911 R features a larger 4.0 liter flat-6 compared to the 3.8 liter flat-6 in the 991 GT3 which is sourced from the 991 GT3 RS model. The engine is not the main area of differentiation though. The 911 R is manual only while the GT3 and GT3 RS are PDK only. The 911R is also 110 pounds lighter than a GT3 RS. The 911 R is also very expensive and very rare. This time around pricing is not on the side of the Porsche although it is insane for a BMW M4 variant of any kind to be priced above a Porsche 911 GT3 anyway. The M4 GTS is hardly a value at its $134,200 MSRP. Does it fare better against the 911 R which puts a premium on driver interaction over tenths of a second on the roadcourse? We don't know. There are no laptimes and there is no actual performance comparison making this video a waste of everyone's time. Especially mine as I already wrote all of this expecting an actual performance comparison and real test. Fuck you French assholes and your shitty comparison video.
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    Today, 08:18 PM
    This is not the first time the BMW F82 M4 GTS has been pitted against a naturally aspirated track focused Porsche. A couple months back Sport Auto compared the 991 GT3 to the M4 GTS and the GT3 resoundingly beat the M4 GTS and did so for less money. The 911 R features a larger 4.0 liter flat-6 compared to the 3.8 liter flat-6 in the 991 GT3 which is sourced from the 991 GT3 RS model. The engine is not the main area of differentiation though. The 911 R is manual only while the GT3 and GT3 RS are PDK only. The 911R is also 110 pounds lighter than a GT3 RS. The 911 R is also very expensive and very rare. This time around pricing is not on the side of the Porsche although it is insane for a BMW M4 variant of any kind to be priced above a Porsche 911 GT3 anyway. The M4 GTS is hardly a value at its $134,200 MSRP. Does it fare better against the 911 R which puts a premium on driver interaction over tenths of a second on the roadcourse? We don't know. There are no laptimes and there is no actual performance comparison making this video a waste of everyone's time. Especially mine as I already wrote all of this expecting an actual performance comparison and real test. Fuck you French assholes and your shitty comparison.
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