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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
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Old Thu, May-03-2012, 01:54:35 AM   #91
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well this thread went way off topic real fast.

Im still curious to exactly how the hell them rear tires bolted to that hub and how them tires hold a pressure. Must be tons and tons of bead sealant on the tire haha. that hub tho dang would love to see suspension pictures of that set-up cause thats some mad fabrication. Would love to see the look of the technicans face when he gets the workorder, Toyota Celica....4 Wheel alignment...lol.
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Old Thu, May-03-2012, 02:28:02 AM   #93
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what the age group around here?
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Old Thu, May-03-2012, 03:02:36 AM   #94
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OP... you are getting crap because:

1.) This has nothing to do with the E46 M3, yet you posted in this section. There is a section for exactly this type of post... its called Off Topic. Yet, this is (that I have seen) at least the second time you have posted nonsense like this. Post in the right section and you might get different results.

2.) You come off as an elitist with your "busy serving the US". Many of the members here are. So ef'ing what? And there are many ways to serve, not all of them involve holding a weapon and firing it downrange at someone. I have respect for both sides of that. Yet, you disgrace all of those that are in harm's way making that statement as justification for something so stupid as defending your modifying the car to maybe goto the track later this year.

Funny enough, I looked at the other things you said you were going to do (such as convert your car to e85 in January, guess that didn't happen huh?), so where does the BS end and the "actually doing something" start? Its really easy to say you are going to do something, backing it up and doing it is something else.

3.) The mods on your car in search of bench racing bragging rights about how low weight your car is. Yet, no use in a way that would actually show benefits from that weight loss. But your posts are full of bragging about how light weight you car is. So ef'ing what?

I'm fine with people that push the envelop, that's cool. Coming up with ideas that haven't been done, driving an over the top car... generally just doing something someone else hasn't done. Great! But, whenever someone asks why, or points out anything that doesn't fit your bragging rights goal, you come across as a prick.

And your cobbled together relocation pictured earlier is just as tacky and poorly executed as the Celica. So you should expect to catch a little hell.
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Late 20s I would presume (myself included)
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Old Thu, May-03-2012, 04:53:16 AM   #96
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Too old to be ricey, too immature to drive an M5.
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Im not here bragging or throwing anything in anyone's face. If I was trying to do that, it would be obvious.
Oh............... ...but you are......
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PRE-EFFIN'-CISELY. OP is busy serving data packets to M3forum 24-7.

OP, don't even get me started on you "serving" the unstoppable war machine on the pretenses of "freedom" and "terrorism" and "democracy". GTFO of here with your propaganda. You don't represent an iota of this American born and raised on this soil. I hope you enjoy those paychecks for your LTW mods funded by the hardworking tax-payers of this country.
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Too old to be ricey, too immature to drive an M5.
haha too true..
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Tarmac there are billions of ppl out there and every one of them has an opinion and likes to be heard, don't let it get to you just smile and wave
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