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Old 07-26-2010, 12:42 PM   #21
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typical m3 driver? that's a typical response to someone who doesn't own one
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Old 07-26-2010, 12:49 PM   #22
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typical m3 driver? that's a typical response to someone who doesn't own one
Youre acting like you deserve a higher level of respect because you own an M. People generally buy cars to suit their needs, and then some who buy to compensate for something else. You're responding like a true stereotype of why people think were all *******. I have friends with 15k camaros that will literally smoke your M. Check your ego at the door
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Old 07-26-2010, 03:47 PM   #23
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Youre acting like you deserve a higher level of respect because you own an M. People generally buy cars to suit their needs, and then some who buy to compensate for something else. You're responding like a true stereotype of why people think were all *******. I have friends with 15k camaros that will literally smoke your M. Check your ego at the door
.....but then again they own a camaro and not a bmw M3. i hate those come backs.

anyways, im probally going to wait a week or two and get the lightweight flywheel from turner and just do both soon.
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Old 07-26-2010, 03:56 PM   #24
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///m3... djayr notice not one m3 driver said something lol ??
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Old 07-26-2010, 03:57 PM   #25
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.....but then again they own a camaro and not a bmw M3. i hate those come backs.

anyways, im probally going to wait a week or two and get the lightweight flywheel from turner and just do both soon.
Did you look at UUC, they make good clutches.. i have a performance organic clutch from them, and it takes the beating i give it. or a ceramic clutch, that would hold up the best.. one of my buddies has one in his supercharged ZHP, and even though it's a 6 puck clutch, its still pretty easy to drive...

http://www.uucmotorwerks.com/

from their M3 clutch page.

UUC STAGE 2 FLYWHEEL AND STAGE 3 CERAMIC CLUTCH holds over 500rwhp from AA Supercharged E46 M3 SMG:

Turner sells good products also... everything but the clutch/flywheel on my car is from turner..
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Old 07-26-2010, 04:02 PM   #26
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Did you look at UUC, they make good clutches.. i have a performance organic clutch from them, and it takes the beating i give it. or a ceramic clutch, that would hold up the best.. one of my buddies has one in his supercharged ZHP, and even though it's a 6 puck clutch, its still pretty easy to drive...

http://www.uucmotorwerks.com/

from their M3 clutch page.

UUC STAGE 2 FLYWHEEL AND STAGE 3 CERAMIC CLUTCH holds over 500rwhp from AA Supercharged E46 M3 SMG:

Turner sells good products also... everything but the clutch/flywheel on my car is from turner..
sweet. i already got a Spec clutch, i bought it for a good price so if i got the flywheel seperate it would be cheaper then the clutch/fly combo.

after this im done modding for a long time. when i bought this car (my second M3) i said i was only going to do minor things lol im already 6k plus in mods alone....i guess thats what i get for being a fanatic right? lol
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Old 07-26-2010, 04:03 PM   #27
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Youre acting like you deserve a higher level of respect because you own an M. People generally buy cars to suit their needs, and then some who buy to compensate for something else. You're responding like a true stereotype of why people think were all *******. I have friends with 15k camaros that will literally smoke your M. Check your ego at the door
ok sweet my uncle has worlds fastest corvette what does that mean??? nothing.
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Old 07-26-2010, 04:06 PM   #28
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yeoo djayr you should have just to m3 forums were u dont have to deal with automatic shopping cars haha
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Old 07-26-2010, 04:17 PM   #29
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yeoo djayr you should have just to m3 forums were u dont have to deal with automatic shopping cars haha
hey hey hey you cant knock the base 3 series. im thinking of buying one and making it my track car. coming from a M3 owner, they are fast around a track when built right i must say.
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Old 07-26-2010, 04:29 PM   #30
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This might blow your mind .. I have 2 cars ?

There's no technical difficulties in doing a change , just the weight of the tranny.

It might get "sticky" on the dowels , however if you have had 2 jobs they should be loose by now ^^
what do you do if it does get sticky" on the dowels? My clutch is fine atm but I'm at 120k miles so who knows when I'm going to have to do this. How long do clutches normally last?
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Old 07-26-2010, 04:29 PM   #31
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hey hey hey you cant knock the base 3 series. im thinking of buying one and making it my track car. coming from a M3 owner, they are fast around a track when built right i must say.
ok djr ur right i would only get a (reg) 3 series to beat upp at a the track lets go buy them tomorrow?
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Old 07-26-2010, 04:34 PM   #32
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ok djr ur right i would only get a (reg) 3 series to beat upp at a the track lets go buy them tomorrow?
lmao, you drive a 7 year old car worth less than $20,000.
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Old 07-26-2010, 04:36 PM   #33
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jrzym3 finally saved up enough paper route money to buy a 7 year old M3. look out world!
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lmao, you drive a 7 year old car worth less than $20,000.
I doubt he can afford anything more expensive. As it is he has to spend the next 25 years flipping burgers to pay for his 7 year old banger.
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what do you do if it does get sticky" on the dowels? My clutch is fine atm but I'm at 120k miles so who knows when I'm going to have to do this. How long do clutches normally last?
i only have 43k on my M lol but i track the car alot so stock clutches go fast....normal driving they last real long.
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jrzym3 finally saved up enough paper route money to buy a 7 year old M3. look out world!
, too bad the welfare money wasn't put to it's intended use, but at least he's not insecure anymore, he's got the world's most unattainable car.
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I doubt he can afford anything more expensive. As it is he has to spend the next 25 years flipping burgers to pay for his 7 year old banger.
I know right? He's probably making payments on it
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not siding with anyone but for all we know his M3 can be his daily driver or track car. we really do not know what he does for a living so stop passing comments about welfare checks and still making payments for 25 years.

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lmao, you drive a 7 year old car worth less than $20,000.
im sorry but you dont own an M3 and your car is not worth more then 20,000 either? i dont know what your trying to prove there.
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not siding with anyone but for all we know his M3 can be his daily driver or track car. we really do not know what he does for a living so stop passing comments about welfare checks and still making payments for 25 years.



im sorry but you dont own an M3 and your car is not worth more then 20,000 either? i dont know what your trying to prove there.
The point is ridiculously obvious, and if you can't see why we're making these comments then it's not even worth it to explain it to you since you still won't understand.

And since you really don't know what he does, how do you know what I do and that I don't own an M?

I'll give you a hint: I don't think I'm better than everyone else because I drive a 7 year old car that anyone with a decent job can get.

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we really do not know what he does for a living
Even so, I vote for burger flipping.
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