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  1. dmax
    10-15-2010 03:32 PM
    dmax
    Jr...

    You have to ask? LOL With OE, you'll be sure to have a car that handles as well as a bmw...when you try to get better than oe, often it doesn't work out that way.

    Also, if you stiffen things up hoping to get, say, longer life out of the bushings, you might easily just be transferring a shorter life to some other part of your car...like ball joints or motor mounts. Our roads are rough, you know, so I personally think that all the extra cushioning you can get saves many parts on the car. Also, Sal can get better prices on OEM stuff than you can...or always has for me...I know he's hard to reach on the phone, but if you want to compare prices, get the best price on what you want and ask him what his price would be for you before you order.

    HTH

    Doug (hoping I actually get to meet you some day!...Let me know when you're getting over to IMG and I'll try to meet you!)
  2. InLoveWithE46
    02-26-2010 10:55 AM
    InLoveWithE46
    Not that I can't tell, I just didn't look at the pic right now so I forgot. I am dropped on Turner Motorsport (really H & R) race coilovers, but I think I'm ready to switch it up to something different.
  3. InLoveWithE46
    02-26-2010 10:30 AM
    InLoveWithE46
    I like it a lot, very clean the way you got it. I need to see better sides shots lol. Are you dropped? I am going to start shaving my fenders Sunday so I can drop mine even more :)
  4. jbugg328
    02-26-2010 08:14 AM
    jbugg328
    Yea i know.lolHey thanks!! i cant wait till it gets nicer out. I dont like winter lol
    Those pics were from around the time i got the car. lol so there not that great.
  5. InLoveWithE46
    02-25-2010 10:00 PM
    InLoveWithE46
    We need to get some better shots of your car. When the weather gets nice, come up my way and I'll make it happen ;)
  6. VERDUGO135
    12-06-2009 05:10 PM
    VERDUGO135
    450 fronts lemme kno they're in beautiful condition
  7. jbugg328
    11-20-2009 10:07 AM
    jbugg328
    yea, i found a nice real cf set. its not wrapped. but i dont know which route i want to go, yea that wood is awful, makes the interior look a lil old. which is not. i want it to look more sportier, the only thing ive done inside so far, is put in a flip out, want something to look good with that lol maybe silver or brushed aluminum would be my best bet. you know where i could purchase something like that>??
  8. InLoveWithE46
    11-20-2009 09:04 AM
    InLoveWithE46
    Well if you want CF you are going to have to wrap it, which is not as easy as painting it. If you want brushed aluminum you'll have to buy the brushed aluminum set, that is not something you can easily paint on. Your car is black on black right? Why not go with a nice silver, it would be brushed but it'll look better than that god awful wood!
  9. InLoveWithE46
    11-19-2009 07:05 PM
    InLoveWithE46
    Nope, not at all, you just need to have some experience painting using spray cans or have a spray gun. If you have any questions let me know.

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