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      11-24-2007, 01:40 PM   #1
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Space Greek 3 Completed-Hartge Quads (new pix)

(UPDATE 02 Nov 08: NEW PICTURES WITH FULL MODS)

The transformation is ,at last, completed. I've finished the installation of the M3 E92 original wheels yesterday. Very difficult installation as many modifications should be done on both wheels and Car in order to fit properly.

Special thanks to Nick from "Speed & Style" for his contribution to make these mods happen.


The list of mods includes

-M3 E92 Original 19" Wheels
-Hartge Quads
-Front Aero Lip
-Mpack rear bumper & defuser
-Mpack side spoilers
-M3 rear spoiler
-Laser White Angel Eyes
-Light Tint (only in new pics)
-Procede V3
-Modded CDV
-RR DPs
-Upgraded Oilcooler
-BMW Performance 335i shortshift
-Rix Vent Gauge
















Had a short meet with fotiki ,so we got some new pics with tint.












UPDATED-NEW PHOTOSHOOT Nov-2008










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      11-24-2007, 02:09 PM   #2
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Oh my, thats an amazing look! Congrats! How much did all that send you back?
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      11-24-2007, 02:25 PM   #3
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Pretty much mate...you cant realize it until you make the calculation.
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Looking good !
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Pretty much mate...you cant realize it until you make the calculation.
What an answer
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looks great!

but those wheels look huge.
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concavity on these wheels
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looks incredible IMO. i was very impressed with the 19" M3 wheels on the 335i. awesome.
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      11-24-2007, 02:46 PM   #9
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looks great bro!

get rid of the brushed aluminum around ur window sills to complete the m3 look
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i love those huge wheels. Superb looking car, bit boring interior, though clean and classy.
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Simply beautiful and very nicely done. Congrats
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The Sum of the mods, almost reached 9.5K Euros (13K US$)...happy?

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With the cost of retrofitting those wheels and other mods, you probably just spent close to what a real M3 costs.
A baseline E92 M3 costs 90K Euros here (120K US$) ,which is approximately 30K Euro difference from a baseline 335i. So i dont think I came too close to an M3. Even though , I dont want an M3 but an 335i as the tunning potential is more interesting and -in time- will be more fruitful than the M3's one.


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i love those huge wheels. Superb looking car, bit boring interior, though clean and classy.
Wanted to keep it "simple" inside. To be honnest the pics are a bit "unfair" to the way that it looks to reality. Its far better in reality ...But still simple.
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i like the quads!
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can you tell us what mods had to be done in order to make those wheels fit?

Hub shaving? Fender rolling? Combo of both???
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nice!!
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Since you have spent all that money, why not have the M-tech front to finish the look??? As for the interior, I think you need the m-tech shift knob and some carbon trim.........

But overall, you got one mean-looking machine..... those quads are SICK!!!!
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Thats so clean and looks great! There's actually nothing I dont like but I think I would have went for an M-sport front bumper too Aerokit front is still nice though!
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Looks great with the OEM M3 wheels

It would be perfect with a drop...
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looks sweet. the rims look amazing, as for the hartge quads, what can i say, looks amazing. how does the exhaust sound?
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Looks amazing, I would debadge it though. (But don't put any ///M badges, haha.)
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I think you need the m-tech shift knob and some carbon trim.........
You are THE MAN!! You just gave me another idea to waste some more money!! Good thought. Thats my next mod.

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Looks great with the OEM M3 wheels

It would be perfect with a drop...
The agressive offset as well my underground garage makes the "drop" a no-no for me.

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Thats so clean and looks great! There's actually nothing I dont like but I think I would have went for an M-sport front bumper too Aerokit front is still nice though!
Firstly I love the Aero Kit and mainly I want to differate from M3 as my car is a 335 and I have no intention to completely copy an M3. I just picked the best two parts of it...the Wheels and the rear spoiler

But then again...who knows what i'm going to "invest" to on my next mod
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