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|05-16-2012, 12:43 AM||#1|
2002 Supercharged M3 SMG. 66k miles
The time has come to sell my car and invest in a business opportunity.
Here is a list of specs and modifications on the vehicle.
I should also note I recently spent about 8k on parts/labor on the clutch, flywheel, new supercharger setup, and tires. Overall I think I have 25k into it or so, I have most of the receipts.
-Active Autowerke stage 3 s/c/ setup (largest rotrex out, c38-91 trim, 75mm pulley, injectors, alpha-n, chip, pulleys... water/alcohol injection...) less than 500 miles on new s/c.
-larger cooler for supercharger than factory, 13row instead of 10 row
-larger air k/n filter than factory
-Rogue performance engine mounts
-Headers, mid section, remus muffler (nice flow not too loud)
-Spec stage 2 carbon ceramic clutch (better than hpf feramic which I had before)(less than 1000 miles)
-New factory flywheel (less than 1000 miles)
-New driveshaft guibo
-Rogue performance transmission mounts
-T.C. Kline double adjustable track coilovers (550/650 rates I think, nice performance for the street)
-UUC rear trailing bushings
-rear spherical upper shock mounts
-rear adjustable lower control arms by Turner iirc
-Front camber plates with spherical bearing
-Iforged track edition TE-16 19" all around (perfect fitment for lowered stance)
-Bridgestone Potenza 245/275 19" (good tread life, about 60% left all around)
-UUC motorsport 4 wheel BBK, 355mm front, and 330mm rear, slotted rotors, great brake setup, excellent pad life
-Innovative Motorsports digital boost/vacuum gauge concealed in center ashtray
-Innovative Motorsports digital Air/Fuel ratio meter in center ashtray (can connect to p.c. to log as well)
-Analog vacuum/boost gauge located on center steering column
-Carbon Fiber shift paddles, larger than stock
-Carbon Fiber steering wheel insert
-Rear bumper lower carbon fiber diffuser
-Front bumper lower carbon fiber splitters CSL style
-Tint on side and rear windows
-Professionally Tinted rear L.E.D. tail lights
Im pretty sure that is all of the modifications.
The car has been serviced above bmw spec, oil changes every 2500-3500 miles, less if I have time, and the higher end when I was busy. New filter and oil every time. It has also had its valves adjusted a couple thousand miles agom so you are good there for quite a long time as well.
Any questions please ask, and if your local and serious, perhaps youd like to arrange a viewing. Im in the Beverly Hills area.
Thanks for looking.
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|05-18-2012, 11:01 AM||#3|
Hi Dan. Thanks, its my favorite color as well!, it goes so nicely with carbon fiber upgrades if one chooses to go in that direction with it...
A couple more pictures as requested.
Also to answer a couple questions:
1. Its maximum boost is around 8.5psi
2. It should make a little over the advertised hp of the kit, 520hp, so maybe 540hp, or about 490whp.
3. It can get up to about 520whp as noted by other cars with the same supercharger
If you would like to speak by phone, please PM me, or post here, and I will provide my cell.
Last edited by 02scm3; 05-18-2012 at 11:21 AM.
|06-06-2012, 11:51 AM||#10|
I only have a few of the stock items left.
Headers, mid-section, stock tail lights, diffuser, and all the pulleys that were replaced during supercharger upgrade.
If I had the stock items, I would consider returning to stock and selling as the price difference is so small, im selling my 25k in upgrades for something like 7k.
|06-18-2012, 05:42 PM||#13|
Join Date: Jul 2005
My Ride: '93 332i
A few grand more and I'd be all over this. Nice looking car!
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