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Old 01-26-2004, 12:08 AM   #16
bimmerchop
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Thanks for all the kind words guys It's nice to know I'm doing something right

well, to answer a few questions....

SOLDOMATIC 325i... I did a lot of searching on a few BMW forums before I ordered the brembos, and from what I read, and was told by tirerack, Brembo does drill their rotors. Something about how you could tell to by the way the drill hole is, and the brembo logo or some shit like that. Not a 100% sure, but thats the info I got from a number of forums, and tirerack themselves.

HIM... Thanks bro, and just wait for me new look this spring

takeshi... Sorry, don't have any pics from underneath the car. But if your looking under your car, like say when u have it on a lift, it looks like a small "round" box. there are 2 of them, one is located in the rear/mid of the car, behind the muffler, and the other is located all the way up front. when you remove it, u basically just cut it out, and weld in a straigh pipe. It's a pretty simple, easy job for any body shop.

Thanks again for the compliments guys
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Old 01-26-2004, 12:08 AM   #17
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Sweet car!
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