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Wed, Jan-17-2001, 12:23:00 AM
Hi thanks for visiting M3Forum.com!

I'm not really into "tuning" an M3 as it's pretty good from the factory. Having said that, I think most people do the induction, chip, and exhaust as their first mods. You might notice a slight improvement if you do a couple of the above mods. You might want to try a K&N air filter; it's a quick cheap mod.

There's plenty of good exhausts out there so I just tell people go with the one that SOUNDS the best for you.

On the chip, I would recommend a Jim Conforti chip. I know alot of people who swear by his chips. Most BMW tuners know of his name and I probably wouldn't go with one who doesn't.

Hope that helps!

Happy, safe, and fast motoring!

1995 Arctic White M3
WITHOUT the Luxury Pkg!
E46 M3 on order...hoping for spring 2000!

Mon, May-21-2001, 08:04:00 AM
How does the J.C. compare to the one produced by Active Autowerks?

Sat, Jul-10-2004, 01:56:26 AM
I thought you were talking about potato chips.

Sat, Jul-10-2004, 02:40:18 AM
I thought you were talking about the TV show....

Sat, Jul-10-2004, 02:46:55 AM
who is frank