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I replaced the flux capacitor on my 2006 330ci, it was almost 4000$!!
install was pretty cheap though, who knew they were plug and play?
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2002 TiAg M3 6mt deoranged, dechromed, led tails, ZHP knob, UUC SS v3, GROM, OEM 220M 19's, Michelin Supersports
2006 YZF-R6, bunch of go-fast stuff
good stufff guys thanks how much do u think i can sell a ride off 2005 325i for? the damage isnt that bad its mostly the front right so almost anything in the middle and left side of hood is okay so is anything else past the hood except airbags.
How much could i sell that for?
I know there is some type of auction for this type but im looking for someone who parts things out to buy it off me. because legally i am not suppose to sell this technically my Insurance company owns it.
100% fraud! If you are selling parts off a cars, and you are cashing in from insurance...The legal way is to buy back the car, and then you can part out all you want.
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As far as I know BMW is still one of the only companies using a variation of the unilateral phase detractors discussed in this video, as they are very expensive for the small performance gains they provide. Nevertheless you should definitely strip those off for resale. Be careful of radiation leaks. If you don't have a hazmat suit-- and every home BMW mechanic should, really-- but just wrapping your face in tinfoil is an effective alternative.