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E36 M3 (1992-1999) {Euro - S50 B32 321hp @ 7400 rpm} {U.S. - S52 B32 240 hp @ 6000 rpm}
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Old Fri, Aug-14-2009, 02:17:37 PM   #51
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I just sold my GS-R. I owned that car for over 8 years, you should've seen the maintenance paperwork I handed over to the buyer. The folder was a solid inch thick.
Great to hear man, I remember you were saying how you were getting rid of it. Any further developments on it's replacement? A bug-eye wrx, mayhaps?

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Relax fanboy.

All of your boyfriends can take care of themselves. Take your instigatory posts elsewhere.
Fanboy here is fine. The reason I'm making "instigatory" comments () is that you don't even understand why your mods make absolutely zero sense. How much power are you putting down... 250 whp if you're lucky? (assuming N/A) There is less then no need for a 6 puck; it goes beyond the realm of overkill into the realm of stupidity. Not to mention you seem to think posting pictures of an american boat will give you any justification for your ill-researched modifications/attitude.

I made that comment because between you and "anarekeist", I'm really beginning to not like the techno crowd's attitude about, well, everything.

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Old Fri, Aug-14-2009, 10:10:18 PM   #52
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Great to hear man, I remember you were saying how you were getting rid of it. Any further developments on it's replacement? A bug-eye wrx, mayhaps?



Fanboy here is fine. The reason I'm making "instigatory" comments () is that you don't even understand why your mods make absolutely zero sense. How much power are you putting down... 250 whp if you're lucky? (assuming N/A) There is less then no need for a 6 puck; it goes beyond the realm of overkill into the realm of stupidity. Not to mention you seem to think posting pictures of an american boat will give you any justification for your ill-researched modifications/attitude.

I made that comment because between you and "anarekeist", I'm really beginning to not like the techno crowd's attitude about, well, everything.

Hah, thanks for googling that for me. I'll give myself a facepalm for that

I think that makes 10 today.


And:

"beyond the realm of overkill into the realm of stupidity.?"


man relax.


And that was Shelly, may she rest in peace. On ground control coilover conversion kit 500F/150R w/ Billy sports. She was a bit of a boat... She gripped like hell with the 315 gsd3's though.


All I've done with my car thus far that wasn't out of necessity (PO clutch destruction, cooling system failure starter failure) was order coilovers and polish the car with the Menzerna twins....Jeez.

I've learned alot on here from yous guys, and I like this forum. I feel like I'm being attacked on all the damn time...
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Old Fri, Aug-14-2009, 11:30:23 PM   #53
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You're a douchebag.
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560/670# on what? Racelands?

Still waiting to hear whats overkill on my car
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Haha, yeah man. $4K and the car is still pretty much stock.

I just sold my GS-R. I owned that car for over 8 years, you should've seen the maintenance paperwork I handed over to the buyer. The folder was a solid inch thick.
i believe every word I should take a picture of my folder, would be easier than listing it all....

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Beautiful list...but...change your tranny over to Redline MTL and your diff to Redline 75-140. Rear diff maybe not so much, but the tranny fluid? The MTL is so much smoother.
why change RP to RL... RP is MORE than good enough. Personally RP > RL

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No, TRM coilovers.
It's just funny that you poked fun at my choice of mods, when you have more money into your car than what it's worth.
Why is everyone hinting that I'm a ricer? You guys...
because you seem to be that way with spring rates WAY to firm for a DD, a 6 puck clutch for a 600+ rwhp car, when you probably have MAYBE 220 rwhp. shall I go on?

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Hah, thanks for googling that for me. I'll give myself a facepalm for that

I think that makes 10 today.
And:
"beyond the realm of overkill into the realm of stupidity.?"

man relax.

And that was Shelly, may she rest in peace. On ground control coilover conversion kit 500F/150R w/ Billy sports. She was a bit of a boat... She gripped like hell with the 315 gsd3's though.

All I've done with my car thus far that wasn't out of necessity (PO clutch destruction, cooling system failure starter failure) was order coilovers and polish the car with the Menzerna twins....Jeez.

I've learned alot on here from yous guys, and I like this forum. I feel like I'm being attacked on all the damn time...
you get what you put in...
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I personally will never run RP in the M3, however that's just me.

And Bobby's car is not even close to overkill...
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I personally will never run RP in the M3, however that's just me.

And Bobby's car is not even close to overkill...
maybe Overperfect would be the right word?
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Great to hear man, I remember you were saying how you were getting rid of it. Any further developments on it's replacement? A bug-eye wrx, mayhaps?
Been looking around for a bugeye wagon that hasn't had the piss beat out of it. They're not lookers or high on refinement, but 240-260WHP and ~30MPG is very doable and it'll be a monster in the snow. Good DD. But, I miss that GS-R already.
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i believe every word I should take a picture of my folder, would be easier than listing it all....
Do it!
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Do it!
ask and you shall receive

these pictures do not include all the used stuff I've bought over the years (a LOT of used stuff *seats, cage, suspension, strut bars, rims, exhaust, etc, etc*)



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