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|09-05-2012, 04:59 PM||#1|
FS: 2002 M3 AA Supercharged stage 3. 67k Miles
My beast for the street must now go.
Here is a list of items that were upgraded.
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 of upgrades into it or so, I have most of the receipts.
The inspection 2 was recently performed as well. valves, oil, filter...
-Active Autowerke stage 3 s/c setup (c38-91 trim, 75mm pulley, injectors, alpha-n, chip, pulleys... water/alcohol injection...) less than 1000 miles on new s/c.
-upgraded cooler for supercharger, 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 (650/550 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
rearview mirror has a crack in the glass, the A/F ratio meter needs the connector cleaned, and there is a exhaust rattle.
Any questions please ask, and if your local and serious, perhaps youd like to arrange a viewing. Im in the Los Angeles area.
Thanks for looking.
|09-18-2012, 06:36 PM||#15|
Hi Ryohei. I believe its called Steel Gray, or in German its Stahl Grau I believe what the sticker says. This is my favorite color, as it goes well with any carbon fiber parts, and looks aggressive.
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