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      12-30-2012, 10:55 PM   #6
Jumping Jack Flash
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Drives: 2011 335d
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I would buy mine again in a heartbeat. I look for excuses to drive it. The only thing I would have done different is get the Sports package. I had convinced myself that I only wanted the base model suspension because of the ride height and two wheel sizes, etc. Although I love the car as it came, I have put Bilstein B6 dampers on at about 4k miles (now have 8k+), and am seriously considering major surgery on the suspension to get it to where I want it. Don't get me wrong. I was pleasantly surprised at the track with the stock suspension and Bilstein B6, but I know how much better it can be. Power is more than ample even without the tune job (which I will also be doing) and the mileage is great.
Mods-Etc: Quaife LSD w/VAC finned diff cover, M3 Rear SF Bushings, M3 sways & OEM Susp Front/Rear Cmpnt Kits ('cept strut brace), GC Caster/Camber Plates, AC Schnitzer M3 Sport Springs, JRZ RS1 dampers, JBD 100%, Goodrich SS brake lines, non-stggrd APEX ARC-8 18" wheels with Michelin PSS tires (winter OEM 17" wheels and Blizzak LM-25).
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