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Old Wed, Sep-29-2010, 10:38:45 PM   #1
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just had this car for about a month, also hace a 06 e46 m3 coupe, I can already see that the roadster is gonna be a cheap car to own, because the aftermarket is virtually nonexistent, oh well I can always find someth/ing else to buy for the m3
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Propaganda exists on both sides; deal with it....learn to sift through it; and learn to trust your own insight, and not others; as they will obviously try and sway you to their side. Welcome to reality.
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just had this car for about a month, also hace a 06 e46 m3 coupe, I can already see that the roadster is gonna be a cheap car to own, because the aftermarket is virtually nonexistent, oh well I can always find someth/ing else to buy for the m3
Actually incorrect. There are plenty of aftermarket parts. I have an 08 with Brembos, Volks, Gruppe M, H&R etc...
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Propaganda exists on both sides; deal with it....learn to sift through it; and learn to trust your own insight, and not others; as they will obviously try and sway you to their side. Welcome to reality.
wtf how does this pertain to the statement above
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I've owned mine for about a month as well and I don't mind the aftermarked being a bit light for parts. After my last car and all the money thrown at modding it, I plan on keeping this car stock and just enjoying it as is (which is pretty damn good).
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I've owned mine for about a month as well and I don't mind the aftermarked being a bit light for parts. After my last car and all the money thrown at modding it, I plan on keeping this car stock and just enjoying it as is (which is pretty damn good).
Agreed. But my car remained stock for... 2 days and a half ... It's just hard to keep it stock... and aftermarket parts are not as plentiful as E46/E9X M3s... But there are still quite a few options to play around with such as ESS S/C Kit for the allmighty hardcore people, Supersprint and other brands for exhaust... KW V3s/Clubsport and other brands for coilovers... brakes... and all other kinds of stuff to tackle! To each its own, but Z4MC/R are beautiful in stock form.
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There are several aftermarket options for the Z4M including our supercharger system and NA software.
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The dearth of upgrades makes you think about what you want from the car, a process that often gets left by the wayside with M3 tuning. Too many poorly thought-out mods out there, imo.
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