yeah having an auto doesn't limit the mods you can do, they just might not be quite as rewarding b/c there's nothing you can do with your tourque converter...you'll always have a little bit less than you could with a manual. but of course you can't like get a six speed or a sport clutch or a short shifter and stuff like that, but that's a given.
Originally posted by bitcore@Apr 2 2005, 06:23 PM high stall torque converter, probably wont help too much
Just thought I would share what I have done, it's not that much, but it's something. I have a cold air intake from www.cosmoracing.com I have a sound system, this is where I have put most of my money. Overall just on my system I spent 2 g's. I spent about $110 on my cold air intake. I also have some OZ wheels, which came with my car when I got it, they are only 15's, but they are better than nothing, but I will have new wheels and tires on my car by the end of April. You may also want to think about a performance chip or exhaust. Some good websites are www.uucmotorwerks.com and http://aatuning.com/ . You may also consider M3 exhaust off of a stock M3. I am not sure what year your 325i is, but mine is a 1993 325i Automatic. My next mod I am looking at are some wheels and new tires. I am also in the process of possibly getting exhaust, M3 exhaust or other, I am not sure. I am also looking into getting a chip. These are just some things to think about. Some basic mods that I can think of are the intake, exhaust, and chip. Its really up to you and what your limits are. If you are into show or go, or both, it's really all up to you. Happy Bimmering................
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