Originally Posted by umcool911ok
At what cost. It would be cheaper to sell and buy 335i anyways.
And you could still have a warranty with the 335i and be faster.
The only way we would be close to the 335i and be n/a is to buy the
stroker kit that is out for our cars
I'm more of a purist - that's why I went with the NA engine. Plus, over the long run (yes, I actually keep my cars about 8 years and don't sell them every 2 - 4 years) I'll have less maintenance to perform because I don't have to do turbo maintenance.
2015 GTI S, 6M, LP, Volk TE37SL 17x8.5, Michelin PSS 245/40, HPA SHS Coil-Overs, Peloquin LSD, Sachs SRE, Eurocode F/R Sway Bars, SuperPro Control Arms, Remus Catback, APR Stage 1 Tune, APR CAI, Aero Force Gauge Pod, APR Boost Gauge, Kersher Front Lip, Short Shifter, Tyrolsport Deadset, Stoptech BBK, HPA Dogbone
2008 BMW Z4 3.0si Coupe - because racecar