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What have you added to your car?

Discussion in 'Fine Living, Home, Design & Auto' started by mehhhh, Mar 10, 2011.

  1. A Y

    A Y Senior member

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    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
     
  2. rocks

    rocks Senior member

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    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?
     
  3. roycel

    roycel Member

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    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
     
  4. Find Finn

    Find Finn Senior member

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    a drunk driver and a passed out drunk girl in her underwear.

    I thought those came stock in Brazil[​IMG]



    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.
     
  5. amstokesdb9

    amstokesdb9 Senior member

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    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
     
  6. duccer12

    duccer12 New Member

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    Hello, When I bought my new car than I bought my car interior from here. This provide me all things on affordable prices. These all product are working really best now. thanks!!
     
  7. sleekblackroadster

    sleekblackroadster Senior member

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    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.

    http://sharkracing.com/acecart/bin/s...cate=012101000
     
  8. turboman808

    turboman808 Senior member

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    Well I did something to the motor in my porsche yesterday. Really starting to wonder what the appeal of a car that cost 5k to repair every time is?

    Anyways I figure I will get the interior finally finished while it's in the shop. Reupholster the dash and getting the proper seats for it.

    http://www.classiccarseats.com/Lemans-seats.php
     

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