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Old 07-06-2004, 05:57 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Well, I am new to BMW's and cars in general (been a mechanic for a year), I dont have a car yet, but am looking for an E46 M3.

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I have been looking around for products for an E46 M3. I found this site and they have a nice sport package. I was wondering if anyone has used their products or customer support?

I was thinking about using the S1 package and the 3.9:1 LSD (stock ratio is 3.64) I was also considering the wheel/tire combo, sort of close to stock sizes, but better (285 vs. 255) I was looking to get a bit closer to 300.

This flywheel, from bavarian autosports. It is 10 lbs lighter than stock. Bavarian Flywheel

I like the Big Brake Kit from Stoptech (price is about 2,500 for slotted rotors)Brakes

A "turbonator" from Turbonator.com (i dont want too much more power 20-30 more would be nice) Turbonator


A lot of information i know, but thanks for your help.
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I have driven a bmw, i test drove a m3 last year, and drove a friends 325. Great cars, and after i graduate, i plan on going to a performance driving school.
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