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Frank
Wed, Jan-17-2001, 01:23:00 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!

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

josho31
Mon, May-21-2001, 09:04:00 AM
How does the J.C. compare to the one produced by Active Autowerks?

Kevin034
Sat, Jul-10-2004, 02:56:26 AM
I thought you were talking about potato chips.

Sirius
Sat, Jul-10-2004, 03:40:18 AM
I thought you were talking about the TV show....

Hyolee
Sat, Jul-10-2004, 03:46:55 AM
who is frank