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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 Mon, Jun-19-2017, 01:17:12 AM   #1
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Been posting more on FB lately, but figured I would share this little project here as well...been wanting to rebuild my rear sf for a while, but was just waiting for the right time/parts to become available. We used a Vincebar setup along w/Reddish plates, and added some suspension upgrades along the way as well. It's not quite complete yet, but you get the idea. I'll update w/some pics of the FINAL assembly when it's all buttoned up. Special thanx to Matt@coynesperformance!!!



















































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Great work! Looks so clean! Didn't know you had a FB. I am going to have to add you.
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Nice job with the refresh! Definitely was not my favorite job to do on jackstands


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Wow looks great!
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Beautiful work brother
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saw your car when I dropped off mine at coyne performance.definitely not a daily driver because it was CLEAN!!you're in good hands with Matt.
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Great work! Looks so clean! Didn't know you had a FB. I am going to have to add you.
Thanx Brian! Well, to be honest, it probably started off slightly cleaner than your avg. DD M3. Yeah, def man!

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Man, I've seen some guys doing this job using jackstands ONLY, and I can't even imagine not having access to a lift...soooo much easier! Also, see guys completing this in a weekend...can't imagine this either between locating parts and materials, ands just random things that always seem to pop up when undertaking a project like this.

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saw your car when I dropped off mine at coyne performance.definitely not a daily driver because it was CLEAN!!you're in good hands with Matt.
Yeah, fortunately (unfortunately), it's not my DD...so, it probably wasn't as crudded up to start with as most. Yes indeed, I've been good friends w/Matt for a while now, and I can't say enough about his work and his character...he's outstanding!!!
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Love the motorsports flag and the bbs on alpine - perfectly BMW. So are those akg 75d subf mounts? Which rtabs are those?
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Love the motorsports flag and the bbs on alpine - perfectly BMW. So are those akg 75d subf mounts? Which rtabs are those?
Thank you sir, it's been an ongoing project and labor of love! Yes, after reading about and speaking w/a bunch of different people...I finally decided on the AKG's 75D's. The RTAB's are Turner monoballs.
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Ya I think those are perfect choices (I have 90a). Now, still rubber for the diff? 'Cause my 90a give a decent whine and I can only imagine 75d being worse.
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