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      09-26-2013, 02:13 AM   #67
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First mod, BMR AE's

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      09-26-2013, 07:03 AM   #68
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AEs look great! You should get a perf spoiler for your car
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      09-27-2013, 07:47 PM   #69
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Soo it was time for some more exciting stuff to hop onto my car.
Thanks to BMR for being super awesome with the everything yesterday, definitely the go to for convenience and sharply priced parts.

JB4 and BMW Performance lip

After Stuart from BMR had explained how to use the JB4 it was time to go for a spin.

HOLLLYYY CRAAAP..... The difference from stock to just a tune is incredible, the car feels so much faster and it really shoves you deeeeeeper and deeeeeeper into the seat.

I have to be careful though as the feeling is so much more addicting than stock that i have to pay more attention to what speed screaming towards.

Pros- The feeling!!! The power, price, quick install and the fuel economy is the same if not better (providing you don't put the lead boots on...)

Cons- .....









I had to try out these IOS7 filters :P
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      09-27-2013, 08:05 PM   #70
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Soo it was time for some more exciting stuff to hop onto my car.
Thanks to BMR for being super awesome with the everything yesterday, definitely the go to for convenience and sharply priced parts.

JB4 and BMW Performance lip

After Stuart from BMR had explained how to use the JB4 it was time to go for a spin.

HOLLLYYY CRAAAP..... The difference from stock to just a tune is incredible, the car feels so much faster and it really shoves you deeeeeeper and deeeeeeper into the seat.

I have to be careful though as the feeling is so much more addicting than stock that i have to pay more attention to what speed screaming towards.

Pros- The feeling!!! The power, price, quick install and the fuel economy is the same if not better (providing you don't put the lead boots on...)

Cons- .....









I had to try out these IOS7 filters :P
u missing out the con's!! Losing your license !! lol

i believe thats a Maserati?
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      09-27-2013, 09:37 PM   #71
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Only con I found from the tune was the insides of the exhaust tips soot up a lot more (Im a neat freak)

Nice car man, whats next on the hit list? Some LCI tails would complement that spoiler nicely

Yeah can we see some more pics of the maser??
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      09-27-2013, 09:47 PM   #72
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      09-27-2013, 10:38 PM   #73
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yumm boomerang maser tails!
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      09-28-2013, 12:00 AM   #74
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Only con I found from the tune was the insides of the exhaust tips soot up a lot more (Im a neat freak)

Nice car man, whats next on the hit list? Some LCI tails would complement that spoiler nicely

Yeah can we see some more pics of the maser??
I think probably LCI tails (i have been eyeing yours off )

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      09-28-2013, 01:03 AM   #75
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More like an old man if you consider that a con!!!!!!
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      09-28-2013, 05:50 AM   #76
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yumm boomerang maser tails!
The sound of the engine in the 3200 is simply divine, I had the pleasure of owning one for a short period of time a few years ago.. not the quickest car in the world, but the sound.. oh god the sound (mine had a Tubi exhaust already fitted, which helped )

One thing you couldn't do was come home quietly

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The sound of the engine in the 3200 is simply divine, I had the pleasure of owning one for a short period of time a few years ago.. not the quickest car in the world, but the sound.. oh god the sound (mine had a Tubi exhaust already fitted, which helped )

One thing you couldn't do was come home quietly

Anyway O/T!
Totally 100% agreed about the sound! Although I haven't been lucky enough to own one and experience it myself, I have watched many many many YouTube clips of 3200s. Maserati just know how to make cars sound great.
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      09-30-2013, 01:03 AM   #78
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The sound of the engine in the 3200 is simply divine, I had the pleasure of owning one for a short period of time a few years ago.. not the quickest car in the world, but the sound.. oh god the sound (mine had a Tubi exhaust already fitted, which helped )

One thing you couldn't do was come home quietly

Anyway O/T!
Ours has a Tubi exhaust as well, great sounding cars for sure!
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      10-31-2013, 07:00 AM   #79
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Quick update, BMW perf grilles are in.
I have also picked up a set of catless AR DPs which will be installed in the coming weeks..

I also need some help im getting new rims which i want to be running 235 or 245 tyres at the front and 275 or 285 at the rear but i want the wheels to be sitting nicely and not scrub at any point.

what offsets and width rims will i need to buy (i want Avant Garde m359s) i want 19s

http://www.**********s.com/avant-gar...-black-bmw.htm

That link has all different sizes. (mod bargains - wont let it be a full link)



Cheers!
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      10-31-2013, 01:57 PM   #80
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Quick update, BMW perf grilles are in.
I have also picked up a set of catless AR DPs which will be installed in the coming weeks..

I also need some help im getting new rims which i want to be running 235 or 245 tyres at the front and 275 or 285 at the rear but i want the wheels to be sitting nicely and not scrub at any point.

what offsets and width rims will i need to buy (i want Avant Garde m359s) i want 19s

http://www.**********s.com/avant-gar...-black-bmw.htm

That link has all different sizes. (mod bargains - wont let it be a full link)



Cheers!
Coming along nicely mate! I like the black grills, look great on your colour. I was going to do them also but on a black car they aren't as good. I'm curious about maximum rim/ tyre size for an E90 also if anyone feels like posting..
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235 front & 275 rear, no problems on a 'conventional' width & offset
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Go standard fitment M359s with a 235/275. Just make sure the tyres are good - no point having a 275 if it's just a so-so tyre.
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Go standard fitment M359s with a 235/275. Just make sure the tyres are good - no point having a 275 if it's just a so-so tyre.
Standard fitment meaning no offset? 235/275 uses 9" / 10" rim?

I'm looking for an E90 if it makes a difference. Cheers.
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Standard fitment meaning no offset? 235/275 uses 9" / 10" rim?

I'm looking for an E90 if it makes a difference. Cheers.
Going off what specs the M359s come in its the 9" front ET35 and 10" ET38 rear. There seem to be more aggressive options if you so desire.
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i got a set of euro disision cx (look the same as vmr vb3's with 225/265 R888's going cheap if your interested.
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235 front & 275 rear, no problems on a 'conventional' width & offset
so that will fit without bulging tyres and poking past the guards?
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i got a set of euro disision cx (look the same as vmr vb3's with 225/265 R888's going cheap if your interested.

so that was you in the rs5 on warringah rd?
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so that will fit without bulging tyres and poking past the guards?
What's a conventional width and offset? Same for all e9x?
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