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Old 02-04-2002, 11:14 AM   #1
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Join Date: Dec 2001
Location: Terre Haute In.
Posts: 47
new rims for my 75...

Well i have decided to keep my 75. Because i got rid of my 91 318i, for my wife. We traded it in on a nice Jag. But i stole the rims off of my 318i and put them on the 75. I think it looks awesome. I am now trying to get it's suspension worked out. I have a ported and polished head that's going in. And i just put a new weber carb on it. The carb makes it a whole different car. It has doubled the acceleration. Top speed on this baby is about 70-75. And that's pushin' it. But i am working on it. I also will be ordering a whole new exhaust kit for it. I love this car because the exhaust exits in the middle of the back of this car. Like older 5-series did. If anyone has any suggestions feel free to post'em.

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Old 02-04-2002, 10:57 PM   #2
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The car is looking realy good. Rims do wonders for the car. Keep up the good work!

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