I concur, it's going doing in MISSOURI! :thanks:I'm always down but there ain't a damn thing to do in Kansas.
Well what is there to do in missouri?
it's 1 1/2 hours away:hi:This sounds like fun but Columbia is to far from me.
what he said i'm driving over 80 miles to CO MO. i thought this was the e46fanatics site not the e46poser site :thumbsup: that was in poor taste beer is talkin anyhow i'm going i can't wait to meet the fanatics!!!!
That is a HUGE turnout! I was going to go, but the rain kept me away...I was at the Columbia meet too, a few nice looking 1 series but not near what I was hoping for. There were 270 cars there in the pouring rain, I can't imagine how many people would have come if it was nice.
I live in "KANSAS" cityI'm sorry sir but the title of this thread says KANSAS fanatics listen up and I do believe that you live in Misourri. Could you please stay out of our thread.
I appreciate it, thank you.
I think you visit her family more than I visit mine, and mine are 30 Min away:hi:You know I'm only playing.
Na I can't make it this weekend, I'm gonna be out of town visiting the females family. I need to get you those tools though.
You don't adjust the valves on a 325...ever, lucky guysA couple months back we got a group of guys together and had an indy shop in Shawnee (one of Kevins buddies) do about 5 M3's. He gave us a great group rate but that's because Kevin rented the shim kit and special BMW tool. I know the shop owner talked about buying a shim kit but I'm not sure if he ever did. I will call him on Monday and ask what he can do, the more people you can get to confirm getting it done at one time the better the price.
Other than that I would just by the Turner kit, it keeps everything together so you don't forget about anything.
You have more posts that me now...and i have been on here for 7years this month...:facepalm:LOL, who cares. I'm to young anyway.
I love this thread, just getting my post count up.
I know a guy with 285s on 19x10s and he had to roll with a 24 offset:eeps:... don't mind a fellow great plains/rocky mountains poster...:eeps:
thought i'd say that 18x10's are possible without modifying the fenders on an m3. you can't roll the fenders in the front...but with the appropriate camber, offset and suspension setup, it will work. i've seen it in person
You can sign up for free.You like how I just volunteered you to RSVP for people, lol. I don't have an e92 so I'm not a member on e90 post.