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  1. djnekkon
    04-09-2012 08:12 PM
    Thanks..I'll post the new one this week. Just had a session in NY, Going to south jersey from Miami for more Dubstep time...
  2. douglas_ngo
    04-09-2012 06:27 AM
    They are Alpine subs.
  3. Blocked Out
    04-01-2012 03:12 PM
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    No they wont fit. The thing thats different is the front strut hat, on M3 its different and it wont fit over the front spring on the coilover if its made for non -m. If you wanna make them fit you'd have to buy camber plates made for non-m that fit KW V2 and only then you can fit the coilovers on m3.
  4. Blocked Out
    03-25-2012 04:06 PM
    Blocked Out
    Yep its just fine.
  5. Blocked Out
    02-20-2012 07:27 PM
    Blocked Out
    You need to get your 5 speed driveshaft, chop the end flange and weld in a flange from a 6 speed driveshaft. The new driveshaft needs to be about 2.5" shorter all together in length to fit. make sure you measure the lenghts you need just to double check once you have the LSD rear end installed.
    nest time just PM me as I cant see these types of messages on my phone
  6. Richaraiza
    02-09-2012 12:59 PM
    Yeah man its dead here. I go out of my way to talk to people and they are so smug. There is a lot of people that have e30's. I usually hang out with them.
  7. zhenkaaaM3
    11-16-2011 08:26 PM
    Far from it. I try though.
  8. zhenkaaaM3
    11-16-2011 08:23 PM
    Do I know you from somewhere?

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  • About cyberlando
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    2002 M3
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    [] Euro Headers [] Euro Cats [] OEM Section 2 AR20[] B&B Exhaust [] AFE Stage 2
    [] Led Interior [] DICE Module [] Auxilary 3.5 jack [] 4 channel Amp with component speakers.....and more
    [] KW V3 [] Eibach F&R Sways [] Vibratechnics Tranny mount [] UUC RTAB
    [] Vibratechnics Motor Mount [] SSBL [] Turner Camber Plates
    [] 90A Akg Subframe Bushings [] Akg Differential Bushings [] Subframe Renforcement


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