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#1 (permalink) Old 11-22-2004, 10:38 AM
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what hood is that, or do you have to have that made, plus why do those lights look so bad ass, that car is so f-ing hot, so besides for the m3 mody kit and mirrors, what does that car have that i need
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what hood is that, or do you have to have that made, plus why do those lights look so bad ass, that car is so f-ing hot, so besides for the m3 mody kit and mirrors, what does that car have that i need
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It looks to have a turbo. You can see the intercooler poking out the front of the body kit.
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Originally posted by kestrel325is+Nov 22 2004, 10:42 AM--><div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(kestrel325is @ Nov 22 2004, 10:42 AM)</div><div class='quotemain'><!--QuoteBegin-Ding@Nov 22 2004, 10:38 AM
what hood is that, or do you have to have that made,* plus why do those lights look so bad ass, that car is so f-ing hot, so besides for the m3 mody kit and mirrors, what does that car have that i need
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It looks to have a turbo. You can see the intercooler poking out the front of the body kit.
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it does check out project m3

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Don't know if you have them or not, but you wouldn't beleive what a difference black rims would make on your car. I would personally go with satin or flat finish. Cool sig btw.
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This car is old, I remember reading it a few years back in my issue of European car magazine.

Exterior it has MA Shaw front and rear CF deck lid and hood. The hood vents were custom made. The front lip is by Racing Dynamics which was modified to stick out longer. It's the front splitter for the OEM M3 front bumper. It's got OEM ellipsiod headlights w/ HID's and the rest pretty much speaks for itself.

It's using an AA turbo.

So what do you need to make your car like that? A really fat wallet and a big bank account. Or get MA Shaw and AA to sponsor you

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you'd need a turbo with that intercooler, clear corner lights and whatever those headlights are. those are badass. the black rims look awesome too. it looks like they might be blacked out m3 rims. but thats just a thought.
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thats a stock hood, thats just a reflection... that car has front spoiler splitters which can make it look good.. the car is also in motion... and the wheels!

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thats a stock hood, thats just a reflection... that car has front spoiler splitters which can make it look good.. the car is also in motion... and the wheels!
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no thats how the hood is, heres a better pic, also i have clear corners now, shitty camera but this is how it looks
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is that a ps image because the windshield said evosport on the first pic?

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that car belongs to VaderM3 on bimmerforums...and i believe he is sponsored by evosport or most of the work is done there

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Nobody reads my posts.

I SAID, it's an MA Shaw carbon fibre front hood and rear trunk lid. I know he painted the rear trunk black, but I can't remember if he did the same to the hood.

The front splitter is the racing dynamics lip, I had it before so I know exactly what it is. I was paying close attention to the modifications he made as I copied his modifications to the splitter. He modified it to stick out further.

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Originally posted by Autotechnica@Nov 22 2004, 08:24 PM
Nobody reads my posts.

I SAID, it's an MA Shaw carbon fibre front hood and rear trunk lid. I know he painted the rear trunk black, but I can't remember if he did the same to the hood.
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there i read your post....feel any better :P

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Originally posted by Autotechnica@Nov 22 2004, 08:24 PM
Nobody reads my posts.

I SAID, it's an MA Shaw carbon fibre front hood and rear trunk lid. I know he painted the rear trunk black, but I can't remember if he did the same to the hood.
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there i read your post....feel any better :P

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Originally posted by Fruityone+Nov 22 2004, 09:27 PM--><div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(Fruityone @ Nov 22 2004, 09:27 PM)</div><div class='quotemain'><!--QuoteBegin-Autotechnica@Nov 22 2004, 08:24 PM
Nobody reads my posts.

I SAID, it's an MA Shaw carbon fibre front hood and rear trunk lid. I know he painted the rear trunk black, but I can't remember if he did the same to the hood.
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there i read your post....feel any better :P
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Yes much better

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