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Old 09-15-2008, 02:00 PM   #8
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Originally Posted by ///tyron View Post
this wouldnt be my first choice for a drift car because, where our sub frame mounts to the chasis, the metal there is like card board and your subframe will tear right out. On 36 m3's the plates came stock. unfortunetly, non-M e36's didnt have them installed.

make sure u get the plates from turner motorsports and weld them in, or you're going to have a big problem. Other than that, its not a bad car for drifting.
x2, this is a MUST. I would also suggest doing your RSM's as well. Every bit will help!
Nice car.

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