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#1 (permalink) Old 12-15-2005, 08:37 PM
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going to be busy this weekend

Ill be installiing these goodies this weekend , parts are from Turner motorsports, Bimmer world and Horsepowerfreaks.com. Next stuff will be x brace and stromung cat back, dont want to do much becuase i live in cali (but not for long) so i have to keep it simple. My other car wont pass the sniffer for the life of anything. Well you guys get the point.


im going to try these axxis ultimates, my first time , i always have used hawk hp plus on my other cars, so ill see how these compare. No complaints from Hawk so im pretty happy.
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nice dude, and very nice range of cars you got. sexy stuff

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True that... your garage is emaculate! (sp?)

You guys should add a spell check function hahaha that'd eliminate a lot of bitching on the boards!

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Nice garage, good luck with the goodies.

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hahaha, it's spelled immaculate.

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Well its not that I don't know the word, I have a pretty expansive vocabulary, its just not too often that I actually write the word immaculate, but thanks for the gentle sarcasm and correction!

haha I used to be too sensitive for this forum but I hardened up for you fools

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Lookin good. Ive never been disappointed by ultimates. Good Luck!

Where abouts in cali do you live?


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Well its not that I don't know the word, I have a pretty expansive vocabulary, its just not too often that I actually write the word immaculate, but thanks for the gentle sarcasm and correction!

haha I used to be too sensitive for this forum but I hardened up for you fools
dont be like that :P, were ok, only crude in the lounge, outside the lounge we are one of the nicest forums out there.

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That's a lot of cool stuff! I see you are really into the turbo cars..... Good luck!

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What kind of rotors are those? They're not brembo, power slot, and they don't look like Frozen...
Hmm...

And you shold be happy with the Axxis ones. I am thinking about getting the HP Plus ones in the future... how is the wear on that? Light track use; maybe 4 hours a month... The rest is 80miles a day daily mostly highway...


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UPDATE! im done , i couldnt wait so friday after work i got started with the radiator and the water pump and thermostat housing and finished at midnight, and today i got started with the rotors, s/s brake lines, and the brake pads and brake fluid. Done deal no problems, i just have some negative stuff about some german engineering that i found on my way when i was doing the car. Some things didnt make sense, but to bmw it did. The hardest things was the damn water pump fan, stupid nut would not move! but i got it, and the other thing that pissed me off was the brake lines in the rear. Other than that it was smooth.

Anyways, thanks guys for the replies, yes im trying to do this car the right way, and im being cautious of what things to add on, im doing my research here and there and judging what benefits the car the most.Im new to german cars, so it will be a slow start but thats fine.

4evrwyntr........The rotors by the way are zimmerman. The HP plus are fantastic, aggresive bite and almost non fade , especially on the supras ever incredible brakes, plus its very streetable, and you dont need to "heat cycle" them. Brake dust is moderate but better than the TRD pads i had on the car, reminds me of the damn stock pads the m3 came with. dust everywhere.

///M Power... i live in san francisco, but i moved here for my wife becuase she lives here so when i got out of the service i moved here for the meantime, my next move will be south florida.

dutchbmw.... yea i like turbo cars its a rush!, but i wanted to go N/A , so i did some reading and got me my 95 e36, cause it didnt have allot of electronic gimmicks to hinder real driving performance, and plus from the minor bolt ons the cars respond very well. The love of OBD I. But seriously , i was or i am considering selling one my cars , dont know which one, so i can get a lotus elise. Always been a fan of them, just never been a fan of the crappy k series rover engine it had in europe. well see.


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