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post #31 of 48
Fuzzy dice, Nonamo tires. Renewed the registration long time ago.
post #32 of 48
Thread Starter 
Wow. There are some insane cars on here. I was expecting a bunch of leased, bland, luxury barges.
post #33 of 48
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BMW M -technic II kit BBS LM's UUC Light Exhaust Koni suspension UUC lowering springs Valentine 1 Oem Euro Lens Euro tray Oem alarm Oem homelink rearview mirror Gound Control Rear Shock Mounts Black kidney grills Oem ZHP 5sp Shift Knob
Old cellphone pics back in early 2008:
post #34 of 48
Custom cut vinyl floormats (my 2.5 year-old enjoyed this project, even though he was limited to the sharpies and not the razor knife) and a couple of car seats. Oh yeah, and a set of 18" wheels from an Acura MDX Tech. I use the stock 16"s for winter tires.
post #35 of 48
Sirius radio. That is all.
post #36 of 48
my old s2000 just had some forged volk racing wheels added in a 1+ sizing and i lowered the car about an inch. also threw in a nice alpine and polk components when the stock head unit stopped playing cds.

new sonata has h.i.d. kit added as well as the korean market oem l.e.d. tail lights. i think i'm going to add some 30% tint all around and be done with it for now.
post #37 of 48
An elastic tie down cargo net for the rear. I love not having my groceries flying all over the back as I speed home from Safeway.
post #38 of 48
Gas, today.
post #39 of 48
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my old s2000 just had some forged volk racing wheels added in a 1+ sizing and i lowered the car about an inch. also threw in a nice alpine and polk components when the stock head unit stopped playing cds.

new sonata has h.i.d. kit added as well as the korean market oem l.e.d. tail lights. i think i'm going to add some 30% tint all around and be done with it for now.

The Sonata has OEM LED tails? Are you sure? I see like 500 a day, and I don't think they're LEDs man. They do have HID's and they look much better with clear indicators, but the tails don't look like LEDs as far as I can tell.
post #40 of 48
added these hood latches last night. (necessary as the stock assembly had to be cut out to accommodate a larger radiator and I wanted something that locks). plenty of other work done to the car especially suspension wise but this is really the only thing externally visible that has any bling factor to it. http://img228.imageshack.us/img228/8...0314184638.jpg
post #41 of 48
BMW E46 328Ci: Bilstein PSSS9 coilovers, UUC sway and strut bars, Michelin PS2 tires, UUC short shifter, Stewart waterpump, larger, update control arm bushings and arms, Bavarian Soundwerks Stage 1 speaker upgrades, Beisan VANOS seals, ATE brake fluid, and some random low-dust brake pads from BavAuto, DICE iPod interface.

Porsche Cayman: Borla exhaust, Porsche Motorsport throttle body/plenum, Softronic engine software, B&M short shifter, Conti ExtremeSport DWS tires, ATE brake fluid, Dension iPod interface. Traqmate data acquisition for track days.

Thinking about adding a double-DIN headunit for a better iPod integration in both cars, but otherwise pretty happy with them right now. The Cayman does track duty, while the BMW used to, but is mainly a street car these days.

--Andre
post #42 of 48
Hey AY, you might want to get Akebono brake pads for your E46, that's what I use and they are the best, virtually no brake dust whatsoever. I also installed the upgraded heavy duty metal ball joints on my car. Do you have any insight on trailing arm bushings? I want to get powerflex for mine, do you have any experience with Powerflex bushings?
post #43 of 48
i've got a pristine '98 BMW M3 Saloon (E36). I've added a Dinan cat-back exhaust, cold air intake, a light tint (very much needed in Phoenix), JVC AVX77 stereo, and Infiniti FX-R HID headlamps. ...I have a staggered DS2 setup, but I'm gonna find another set of 8.5" DS2's so I can have an even stance. I like the stock look too. The headlamps are retrofitted. I have sharp cutoff beam, so I never ever blind ppl (or they simply don't flash back). My headlights on low beam spread 6 lanes left and 6 lanes right. It's exactly like these: http://forums.bimmerforums.com/forum....php?t=1539935 I'll add a supercharger down the road so I can keep up the newer BMW 335's. I also drive an '85 BMW 635csi. Looks like this (same wheels and color), but not as clean. http://bigcoupe.com/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=14306
post #44 of 48
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a drunk driver and a passed out drunk girl in her underwear.

I thought those came stock in Brazil



I don't own a car at the moment, I use rental cars when I need a car and the only thing I have added, is parking tickets.
post #45 of 48
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Originally Posted by A Y View Post
BMW E46 328Ci: Bilstein PSSS9 coilovers, UUC sway and strut bars, Michelin PS2 tires, UUC short shifter, Stewart waterpump, larger, update control arm bushings and arms, Bavarian Soundwerks Stage 1 speaker upgrades, Beisan VANOS seals, ATE brake fluid, and some random low-dust brake pads from BavAuto, DICE iPod interface.

Porsche Cayman: Borla exhaust, Porsche Motorsport throttle body/plenum, Softronic engine software, B&M short shifter, Conti ExtremeSport DWS tires, ATE brake fluid, Dension iPod interface. Traqmate data acquisition for track days.

--Andre

This sounds like an awesome. Would love to hear that Borla
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