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Old 08-20-2013, 02:06 PM   #1
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Talking CHicago e46 lf advice!

Hey guys, pretty new around here. I just posted in the newbie section. I've got a 325ci with a couple mods on it already:
-staggered 18' xxr 521's
-magnaflow exhaust
-k&n intake
-cf wrap roof
I'm really just trying to decide if I should build her up and make her really mine or if I should go for an m-trade and throw some cash on it. The 325 drives plenty nice but I kind of want a trans swap. I don't wanna trade for some stock manual though and lose out on the mods I've already got on there.
Any advice??
Throwing some new rubbers and some bc coils on her, NEED to be redone, not so much for fun lol...
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Old 08-20-2013, 10:00 PM   #2
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Id say even a stock M will be better than what you have and a better platform to start out with.
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