Originally Posted by mid-corner fun
You completely missed my point. I could care less about the Cobb or any other flash or piggy back tune, what I'm stating is that the extra power is not necessary at the track. Invest the money in driver training instead.
I wasn't commenting on your point, more on your personal choice of next vehicle. If its the M3, then be aware of the bearing issues. My friend has already had to replace them at only 50K miles, because of his track use.
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