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E46 M3 (2001-2006) Engine: S54 - Max Hp: 333 hp at 7,900 rpm / 262 lb/ft at 4,900 rpm
Total Produced: 45,000+ - Years Produced: 2001 to 2006.


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Old Wed, Feb-21-2018, 07:48:42 PM   #1
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Default Sub-Frame Renforcement - Denver Area

I am looking for a reputable shop in the Denver area that has experience with installing sub frame reinforcements. Wondering if anyone in the area has had this performed by a local shop and is happy with the work performed.

If having it done, I have looked at the Redish and the CMP solutions kits. Both of these being welded, and us not being welders, I feel it would be best to have it done by professionals.

We are not afraid of DIY, I love everything I have read about the Vince Bar and that solution, but for the life of me I can not figure out how I can buy one so we can complete the work ourselves. Is there a website where I can "add to cart"? Is it a FB page? If its a FB thing, I am not on FB, so can have a friend take a look. All the posts about the Vince Bar and all its glory talk about procedures for install, old group buys and links to other posts on other sites and this site were people have installed them. But I can not figure out how to actually give them my money and get one!

Any suggestions are appreciated.

Thanks so much.
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Default Re: Sub-Frame Renforcement - Denver Area

I went to SCR preformance in loveland for a suspension swap.they did a good job. Picked em cause the owner has an e46 m3 racecar and their techs know the car. They were kinda pricey though. The quote for cooling system seemed kinda high. Rod bearing quote seemed reasonable though.
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If having it done, I have looked at the Redish and the CMP solutions kits. Both of these being welded, and us not being welders, I feel it would be best to have it done by professionals.
Hi BMWSubaruVW,

I'm the owner of CMP Auto Engineering. If you're interested, we also offer underside plates if you'd be interesting in sourcing all parts from one supplier.

We'e also releasing new kits in the near future that may also interest you.

Feel free to PM me and I can share additional info if you'd like.

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+1 for SCR Performance, they're good people and do great work.

Need to get mine back up there for some more welding (RTAB pockets) and an alignment before the season starts.

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Mine was done at SCR as well. I am in FL, but the previous owner had the car serviced by SCR.
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Drive it to Kansas and have Brad PerkM3 so it.


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I would pm Vince, I’m sure he would be happy to take your money. He’s also working on a “vinceskinz” platting solution that uses epoxy and rivits for the diyer.


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