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| Originally posted by EuroBeem@May 3 2004, 06:42 PM |
What about an exhaust? What sounds the best?? I saw a nice remus one on bavauto.com but what other exhaust are good n sound good (but not too loud)?
3.5" intake? That would be pointless, the airflow meter is only 3". It'd just be a bottleneck. It'd be like putting a 6" exhaust pipe after your muffler can.
Great choice, I too am an owner of a 97 328is, although it's sorta modified now.....
Get the things you'd notice the most when you drive. For me it was a short shifter and clutch stop, and an intake, not for power, but for the kick ass noise you get about 5000rpm, the horsepower gain is negligable. You can make you own cold air intake pretty cheaply, or just get a K&N drop in filter and debaffle your airbox. Then get into the suspension. A nice set of mated springs and shocks/cupkit/coilovers. Then wheels.
Don't get larger wheels before you lower your car, trust me, they look very out of place.
Software is not one of the things I'd get first, or even remotely near the top of the list.
1997 Madeira Violet 328is - Carbonio Intake, Racing Dynamics exhaust, fan delete, ASC delete, M50 intake manifold, M3 Cams, Eurospeed/AA software, 3.38LSD, M3 f&r brakes + MC, Bilstein PSS, Eibach swaybars, BBS RK 17x8" wheels, Toyo T1R (235/40R17) tires, Racing Dynamics K55 kit, full euro lighting, 4300k HID lows, etc..........
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