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Old 04-09-2008, 02:06 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Necessity for different M sections?

Is there really a necessity for an M3, M5, M6, z4 M, and an M Series section? I don't feel we have enough traffic yet to space out all the M sections. I say we combine all the M sections, especially since many newer M's share similar motors.


oh and similar suggestion for 6,7,x,lmnop mini cooper section and 6 series and 7 series section.

I just thinkt he front forum page is too long.
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they have both.... look further down they also have the combined ones still...
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Is there really a necessity for an M3, M5, M6, z4 M, and an M Series section? I don't feel we have enough traffic yet to space out all the M sections. I say we combine all the M sections, especially since many newer M's share similar motors.


oh and similar suggestion for 6,7,x,lmnop mini cooper section and 6 series and 7 series section.

I just thinkt he front forum page is too long.
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they have both.... look further down they also have the combined ones still...
Yes I know this, but WHY so much wasted space. We have what, three M5 owners, zero M6 owners?
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i already pmed the admin about this when i first saw it...i duno whats happening with it...
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