5-Series (E12,E28, E34, E39, E60)Chat relating to the BMW 5-Series of all generations. Specific models include: BMW 518, BMW 520, BMW 520i, BMW 530i, BMW 528i, BMW 530i, BMW 518i, BMW 524d, BMW 525i, BMW 525e, BMW 528e, BMW 540i, BMW 535i, BMW 520d, BMW 525td, BMW 525d, BMW 530d, BMW 525i/xi, BMW 530i/xi. (BMW 5-Series Forum)
Yea i gotta agree with mista m3 on this. A e34 looks killer with some clear corners and some eyelids. Except in black... dont see the eyelids then.
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Thanks everybody, i will definately look into some wheels to start off with. performance wise, i am talking to a buddy of mine about building a custom cold air intake for under $100, to get a little better sound and power out of her.
Originally posted by wingman829@Apr 30 2003, 07:54 AM I just got a 1990 525i, my first car ever. Nothing has been done to it and it is looking rather puny right now. I need some tips on the best mods to put on it for the cheapest price. Got any ideas???
ugh.......i would get some clears as previously suggested. Also, perhaps some new rims. That is what i would do first. Depending on your location you might want to invest in separate winter/summer wheel/tire combos.
Some of my friends tell me that those super-halogen bulbs actually make a difference, perhaps you might want to invest in those. Have fun w/your BMW
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1990 525i. So your car has M20 engine, and honestly, custom intake is not really make any noticeable different. Trust me! my friend has the same car and it just loosing power on hot weather. If I were you I save some money and get performance exhaust (supersprint, remus, etc) and performance chip (TMS, EAT, etc), then you can feel the different on power.
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