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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 Thu, Sep-04-2008, 02:03:59 AM   #1
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well eventually.. when i post them in a logical order,, but for now...teaser pics
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when do u plan on posting up the diy? i wanna do this soon.
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Excuse me Bob...but wtf R U doing in this pic?

http://www.m3forum.net/m3forum/attac...2&d=1220494041

Also...what's with the poncho liner?
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yikes.. i forgot all about it.. i didnt think there was much interest either since it was hotter than balls through oct and november here in this area at least...

i will get them together hopefully by the weekend...

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well i was sweating my balls off it had to be at least 120 degrees in that stupid garage.. and at the time i was running the wires from the seats to the console i believe.. which was the hardest to do.. i literally had to take the seats out and lay down and look backwards and run the wires across the steering column... you cant tell the wires were add3d post factory assembly though..

poncho liner?? i was using it to cushion protect the side paint and the side door sills and carpet from getting scratched, dirty, blood on it as i cut myself many times.. grey doesnt look good with blood..
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yikes.. i forgot all about it.. i didnt think there was much interest either since it was hotter than balls through oct and november here in this area at least...

i will get them together hopefully by the weekend...



well i was sweating my balls off it had to be at least 120 degrees in that stupid garage.. and at the time i was running the wires from the seats to the console i believe.. which was the hardest to do.. i literally had to take the seats out and lay down and look backwards and run the wires across the steering column... you cant tell the wires were add3d post factory assembly though..

poncho liner?? i was using it to cushion protect the side paint and the side door sills and carpet from getting scratched, dirty, blood on it as i cut myself many times.. grey doesnt look good with blood..
Damn! I thought our cars came pre-wired for most options, as it was easier to
just put in the same wiring harness, and would prevent having to run wires later
in order to upgrade. I thought that this was the case with things like PDC...all you
have to do is buy the rear backup sensors, and everything else is just PnP? At any
rate...looking forward to your completed DIY, as this is comething I have been
considering

So why do you have a poncho liner? Ex-military?
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Damn! I thought our cars came pre-wired for most options, as it was easier to
just put in the same wiring harness, and would prevent having to run wires later
in order to upgrade. I thought that this was the case with things like PDC...all you
have to do is buy the rear backup sensors, and everything else is just PnP? At any
rate...looking forward to your completed DIY, as this is comething I have been
considering

So why do you have a poncho liner? Ex-military?
u can retrofit pdc? got a link?
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