Discussion in 'Engine maintenance, upgrades and modifications' started by SteelM3123, Jul 8, 2014.
I'm glad you like it, it means the product has delivered.
Usually with rasp eliminators, they get rid of the rasp up until a certain point in the rev range but as it progresses past 4,500-5,000 rpm, the rasp seems to return so if it still holds past 7,000 rpm (if I understand you correctly), then that's very impressive indeed for those who want to rid their M3s of the rasp.
Yep it's done its job perfectly.
Not happy with this picture mate
Get it back on that ramp and make it shine like the top
Does look nice thou
Phew. Thought you meant there was something majorly wrong under there then. Lol.
I'm considering a full underside restoration.
I was considering the carbon roof however with this paint it's such an amazing glimmer in the sun it would be a shame to lose the whole roof of that.
The cars looking Awsome buddy
But the underside looks awful in comparison to the top mines the other way round under the car looks better than the top
It's had the full subframe reinforcement plates, cracks welded, all new power flex bushes when it was done, so should be fine. Plus, who the hell sees the underside. The car looks amazing what people see and goes like stink, that's all I care about lol. Bodyshop have rectified few issues today and im picking it back up tomorrow. Next week for coilovers and oil temp sensor issue and few other bits. Then I can just enjoy it and start shopping for a VW transporter for my daily driver. I really want this!!
50mpg which is perfect for a daily driver and for work in the week. Then the m3 for weekends!! I love it just wish was dark metallic grey like the M lol.
I'll sell you a ****roen c5 for a daily if you want lol. That does over 50mpg....
Ha ha. Il pass. Need a van for my new job in a few months anyway.
Can you just bolt on the 3.125 smaller pulley that you buy from vortech direct??
where did you go for this run?
The only thing pisses me off with my M3 is nowhere to go to enjoy it.
Hired bruntingthorpe. 50 quid/hr
That sounds really good, I have just sent them email....
should i still use stock plugs? with 10psi boost?
i do.... remember a cooler plug places the heat elsewhere.... never had an issue running the stock plugs and i run my car HARD.
Good read this
Any updates on this car?
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