I'll be quick. I wan to put in an x-pipe but i'm new to car exhaust so I want to know if there is any specific place it goes? And what pipe would I need? Anything else needed to install? I would like to avoid welding if that is possible too.
Got a quick question. Right now I have Broadway static, aka fortune auto, 500s on my 2000 328Ci. I'm in the market for an E46 M3. Will my coilovers swap right over? Or will I need to get new camber plates from Broadway static?
whatsgood, I live in New York and I just finished putting in a cold air intake, stage 1 dinan chip, dinan exaust, and sway/strut bars... just wondering what you guys think should be the next mod i should do... thinking about coilovers, or even some headers... any ideas...?!
post pictures if you have taken or have seen pictures of side vents on e46 coupes with no m fenders added. Thinking about doing it but wanna see how it looks first. Appreciate it if you can find 325ci pics so i can how the vents look with the sidemarkers. Thanks!:thumbsup:
Hey hows it going bimmians!? Well recently i purchased the most beautiful Blk/blk 2005 e46 330ci! amazing german engineering! This is my third BMW and it seems like out of all three, this car has the hardest parts to find for the buck! Even though im not to into running my vehicle into the...
First off, I have a carbon fiber M3 hood and it didn't come with pre drilled holes for the hood latch. I'm wondering if this is a common issue? My shop is saying that they can't do it because there aren't any holes. The hood is slightly rubbing the fenders near the windshield with a wider gap...
All I saw was some Hella Lights. Overpowered my angel eyes. :ben:
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finally got the chance to drop off the car to my shop for the S54 swap. they already got the rear end (LSD, tranny) fitted last month and this week we will pulling the M54 and making room for the new motor.
i will posting progress pics as we go and for now here's some pictures of the engine...