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| Originally posted by BMW|M3@Mar 29 2005, 12:52 PM |
I am currently very interested about buying the new BMW M3. I think it's looks and mechanics are unbelievable. I was able to drive a convertible M3 last weekend and went nuts. It was SMG because it was my friend who lives in the city. I am very serious about buying this car and want to know some good reasons why to get one. My friend entered the buttons in the order of the special combo (sounds corny, but true) and was able to expierience the real power of the M3. I fell in love. This was a 2004 BMW M3 Convertible.
| Originally posted by BMW|M3@Mar 29 2005, 04:40 PM |
There is a certain number of buttons that you hit in a row that lets you enter a sequence which allows you to really red line your car and then do a burnout also striking a burnout right on the shift. It was so cool. It is posted on some website. I will get you the info and post it. It has to do with hitting buttons such as the sport button and a few others but in a certain order. Give me a few hours.
| Originally posted by BMW|M3@Mar 29 2005, 06:36 PM |
I understand your love for manual. I am not such a great driver in manual just because I haven't really driven that many manual cars before. I really love how the SMG handles like a stick shift. Have you driven the new M3's. It is pretty damn responsive.
Also for Edrock, the button combo is called M3 Controlled Launch. You can look it up on search engines. It was a huge hit in many magazines with many articles about the great "M3 Controlled Launch." I hope you are able to find it. Just to let you know, the controlled launch was lowered significantly from European cars to American cars because in Europe, a lot of people were screwing up their engines. The "M3 Controlled Launch" for American cars was made differently so that no damage could be done to the car itself. You should be able to find it.
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