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E36 M3 (1992-1999) {Euro - S50 B32 321hp @ 7400 rpm} {U.S. - S52 B32 240 hp @ 6000 rpm}
Total Produced: 71,212 - Years Produced: 1992 to 1999


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Old Tue, Nov-06-2018, 03:52:39 PM   #301
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Thanks guys! Yea first impression... Good. I have driven a couple of these cars before and this one drives like how I expected. Honestly I just drove it for like 5 minutes because it doesn't have any plates on it and because I'm in the middle of a big pile of retouching and video post. Buuuuut it's pretty tight lol, I like it. Gonna have to give it a REAL serious detail ASAP. And the tires drive me nuts already so that's happening ASAP too.
yeah, those meats in the back just look wrong.
Luckily, correct 255/35/R19 are cheap!
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Sweet dude, nice pickup!
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Nice pickup. Whole Foods sucks. Trader Hoes is where it's at yo.
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You know those 19 inch wheels are forged whilst the ZCP wheels are not.
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Old Wed, Nov-07-2018, 03:45:47 AM   #305
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I did not, I'm really basing the choice on looks more than construction/weight/etc since I won't be tracking the car. Although I did consider and haven't ruled out the 19-inch Bimmerworld TE:AL TA16 for this car too. But, the rabbit hole...
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Nice pickup. Whole Foods sucks. Trader Hoes is where it's at yo.
Brah it's purely a how many pairs of yoga pants do you want to see decision in the 90291
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You know those 19 inch wheels are forged whilst the ZCP wheels are not.
Correct, but while R19 style 67s are ok looking wheels, ZCP wheels are super sexy. Plus, weight difference is not that drastic.

I have ZCP wheels on mine (my car is a ZCP), just had them redone too - they look awesome!

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I used to love those 19 style 67s 10-12 years ago, funny how tastes change lol congrats on the new ride!


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Correct, but while R19 style 67s are ok looking wheels, ZCP wheels are super sexy. Plus, weight difference is not that drastic.

I have ZCP wheels on mine (my car is a ZCP), just had them redone too - they look awesome!

Looks so good man
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Looks so good man
Thanks, you'll be there in no time, trust me. These cars are addictive. S54 is such a jewel of a powerplant.
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