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#1 (permalink) Old 07-02-2006, 09:23 PM
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cheap turbo setup!

http://www.roadfly.com/bmw/classifie...php?view=52442

this is a pretty cheap AA turbo setup, if its still forsale it would be quite a snag! i would gopher it only funds dont allow it...

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a turbo that gives 160hp?
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umm yeah??
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heres another setup i found on craigslist for OBD-II M3's...

http://boston.craigslist.org/pts/177006356.html

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heres another setup i found on craigslist for OBD-II M3's...

http://boston.craigslist.org/pts/177006356.html
heh how are they in boston and selling a thing in texas??? i dont understand that... but yeah the thing that caught my eye about the one i found was its an AA setup...
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yeah... idk. maybe he thinks theres alot of bimmers up here?

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maybe hes moving there and so when he moves he canbring it up?? i dono... but if it was on his track car i would be cautious but also it must have been done right you know?
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are bmws are still slow in the 1/4 if u turbo it?
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umm they get faster if you turbo them? haha umm bimmers arnt nessercerly slow in the first place... just compared to some things they are slower...
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are bmws are still slow in the 1/4 if u turbo it?
u have to be a little more specific. you prob mean something like a 318. but the way you said it includes m3s and m5s and i dont think anyone would call them slow:lol:
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....but the way you said it includes m3s and m5s and i dont think anyone would call them slow:lol:
I would... if i was in my Mustang. :P

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Your stang may win, no offense, but the 80's generation mustang is the ugliest of them all. yes you will beat almost any bimmer, but I think the ladies would rather hop into your 325i. Its more refined power...

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Your stang may win, no offense, but the 80's generation mustang is the ugliest of them all. yes you will beat almost any bimmer, but I think the ladies would rather hop into your 325i. Its more refined power...
aint nothin but a G thang...
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Your stang may win, no offense, but the 80's generation mustang is the ugliest of them all.
To each his own. The fox-bodied Mustangs (79-93) are my favorite body style -- especially the coupes. Too me, they look simple and muscular and there's nothing too flashy about them. They also can be very light and easy to make fast. Mine weighs in at 3255 with me in it and has all options including working A/C.



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...but I think the ladies would rather hop into your 325i. Its more refined power...
It depends on the lady. I know quite a few girls that are really fond of the fox-bodied Mustangs.



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I see what you mean by them being powerful, but it just looks like any other car of the 80's. I feel like the new ones, even the mid 90's stand out more for a sportier car. I wanted a 96-99 GT for a while, but then i got the insurance quote...

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