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Bimmer Heaven 11-07-2011 01:41 AM

The 330ci project updates
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So this is how the car looked like in the spring; pretty stock 2001 330ci, daily driven all year round. Black on black sport/luxury package, wood trim, Hamman replica body kit, few rust spots and dents. Over the summer almost every aspect of the car was looked after, but due to lack of time still not finished. lol Let me know what you think*wave*

List of mods so far:

Full Mtech body kit
M3 lip spoiler
LED tail lights
Clear corners with LED bulbs
Clear side markers/LED
Predator angel eyes
Black out grills
Black moldings
Carbon fiber look badges
Rieger window spoiler
Rolled fenders front/rear

Koni shocks
H&R Race springs
HD rear mounts
Urethane RTAB's
M3 front control arms
M3 spindles

Full M3 Competition swap w/custom made carriers
High performance fluid change

Active Autowork muffler
Resonator delete front/rear

Full Individual Imola Red swap, sport/power
Cube trim
ZHP black roof liner and pillers
M3 tri-stich steering wheel
ZHP cluster, chrome rings/red gauges
ZHP dead pedal
M door sills
Short shifter/aftermarket knob
Back to stock HK audio; Business CD and all speakers/subs

Several sets this summer! Currently sitting on 18" BBS style 5's.

To be added this winter;

Active Autowork stage 2 supercharger
New suspention setup
M3 hood swap finished
HID fogs

blk3 11-07-2011 02:00 AM

*th-up* thats what i think

noodles101 11-07-2011 02:06 AM

saw this car at maxbimmer cruise finale. looks awsomee, not many ppl rock style5s on E46s but this car pulled it off nicely

richie_s999 11-08-2011 07:40 AM

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Love the Matte Black on BMW's, would look wicked with red accents on some of the body trims pieces to match the interior.

ie - foglight trim, inner brake duct area, maybe fins on grills, the fins on the engine cover and fuel rail

attached a couple pics as example, think it would look wicked

Gurvinder 11-08-2011 01:03 PM

got a set of the M cube trim?

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