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10-31-2008, 08:27 PM
Black E36 M3 (looked fairly stock with the exception of an exhaust system) leaving the downtown core heading west on Gradiner Exp.
If you're on this forum, thanks for the waves, your car looked pretty damn clean!!
11-02-2008, 11:23 AM
That was me... :)
Nice ride too... exhaust is still stock btw...
11-02-2008, 11:49 AM
that was you Tom??? How could I not remember your face? Must have been funny to see your charger kit following behind you.
For a factory exhaust your E36 sounded pretty mean.
11-02-2008, 11:29 PM
That was I with the wave and such, at 2 pm. Interesting that Tom was also in the area, and also driving a black M3. We could have had a meet. I drooled over your Helrot with the rear spoiler and what looked like some shiny 18s, blacked out kidneys, and a perfect drop. Gorgeous car. You have gauges on the A pillar- Turbo?
The exhaust you speak of is my UUC RSC36, which sounds badass, but can wear a little thin when you're tired. Plus, full throttle acceleration in the downtown core will summon cops from 5 miles. My car is really clean (it's from Texas) but not as clean as yours...
11-03-2008, 02:02 AM
I knew something was twisted when Tom said it was him, there was no way a stock exhaust system made that much noise (good noise though *th-up*).
Thanks for the compliments! The pillar pod is housing a boost pressure gauge and exhaust temp. It's a 325is AA supercharged.
Your car did look insanely clean and well kept! Enjoy the last of the good weather we have, but I do hope you plan on storing such a well preserved E36.
11-03-2008, 11:28 AM
Ah... I could not tell it was a 325 at all- looks totally M3ish, and nice.
I'll be driving the M3 through its first winter this year. The rims you saw on Friday are my DSIIs wrapped in Blizzaks, and I've got Hamann HM3s for the summer. I've Krown rust-proofed it, I spray the wheel wells with Honey Goo before the first snow, and at the end of all that, it's still only a $15K car. Plus, with the 50/50 weight balance, LSD, winter tires, and traction control, I think it'll be a hoot in the white stuff. We shall see...
11-03-2008, 05:48 PM
yeah I was in the area too and saw the Hellrot 3er. Then headed off to bimmersport on my way home.
Picked up the cosmos m3 about a month ago finally :) Love the RSC36 sound as well, will likely get that one too!
11-03-2008, 06:16 PM
It sounds like the end of days in a tunnel, but it gets a little loud on the highway. Beautifully constructed though...
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