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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 Sun, Nov-05-2017, 04:59:50 PM   #51
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These actually look like Bilsteins B4s?
Great story and pickup.
The ones I'm selling? I have no idea what they are honestly. Just assumed they were stockers.
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Finally got the old shitty tint removed and replaced. 20%

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Old Sat, Nov-18-2017, 02:25:24 PM   #53
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dear god...
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Can't see where I'm going, and on top of that most states in the NorthEast you would get a citation for having tint that dark. Been enjoying the repairs over the past. Keep it up.
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Can't see where I'm going, and on top of that most states in the NorthEast you would get a citation for having tint that dark. Been enjoying the repairs over the past. Keep it up.
Left the front windshield alone of course. 20s on the sides. I agree it came out a little darker than I wanted. May move to 35s up front if I get bothered enough.
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Not sure where you live, but yeah, I've had 5% tint on my windows here in TX, as it is legal on the back half of the car, and it's great. 35% is the front sides limit, though.

Worst part of the 5%, really, was trying to back up at night time. If I didn't have a rear-view camera, it would have been really tough going.
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Not sure where you live, but yeah, I've had 5% tint on my windows here in TX, as it is legal on the back half of the car, and it's great. 35% is the front sides limit, though.

Worst part of the 5%, really, was trying to back up at night time. If I didn't have a rear-view camera, it would have been really tough going.
I am living in Maryland but the cars reg'd in Jersey so they would never bother me about it.

I am moving to NY in a couple weeks and will probably keep it Jersey plates. Will just have to worry about when I drive through NJ then
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Mostly you'll have to worry about not hitting people at night. I had a black car with 20% tint back in the day. Looked cool but I would never do it again.
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Fix the damn door next
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