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aheineken
Sun, May-12-2002, 07:14:00 AM
I'm in the researching phase of buying a new car, so I'm visiting about 5 different car boards. I'm looking for a car that's tunable with a good aftermarket. Right now the choices are 98-99 M3, 2002 WRX, 2002 RSX-S, 97-98 Boxster. Something in the 2k - 2.5k range. What are some good places on the net that sell/make M3 performance parts...i know dinan...what else? Thanks Guys.

Guest
Sat, May-18-2002, 04:15:00 AM
<BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by aheineken:
I'm in the researching phase of buying a new car, so I'm visiting about 5 different car boards. I'm looking for a car that's tunable with a good aftermarket. Right now the choices are 98-99 M3, 2002 WRX, 2002 RSX-S, 97-98 Boxster. Something in the 2k - 2.5k range. What are some good places on the net that sell/make M3 performance parts...i know dinan...what else? Thanks Guys.<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

I would definetly go with either the m3 or the wrx. The wrx is faster (after mods.. i think m3 might be a little faster stock for a 98.) with more performance mods available for cheaper. don't go for the boxster or the rsx definetly!

nym3pimp
Sat, Oct-09-2004, 06:25:34 AM
I'm in the researching phase of buying a new car, so I'm visiting about 5 different car boards. I'm looking for a car that's tunable with a good aftermarket. Right now the choices are 98-99 M3, 2002 WRX, 2002 RSX-S, 97-98 Boxster. Something in the 2k - 2.5k range. What are some good places on the net that sell/make M3 performance parts...i know dinan...what else? Thanks Guys.Heineken sucks. Stella is better.