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Old 12-13-2007, 04:22 PM   #1
328IScreamer
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plans for e36

I bought my 97 e36 around this time last year with the following mods
DEPO headlights w/angel eyes, DEPO smoked tails, smoked corners, smoked sidemarker's, M shift knob, original ACSchnitzer front lip, de-baffled, 17 inch BBS RX's, and finally UUC TSE2 catback
when i first got it i spend all my time and money on updrading the audio which included JL component speakers all around, 3 10" JL subs in sealed box, 2 channel JL amp for front speakers and a 500W JL amp for the subs. I also got a 5 ferad lanzar cap and a kenwood exelon deck.
Now that I have the audio where I want it i can start concentrating on some more mods so far this winter I have put in m3 door sills, a cold air intake and new M floor mats. I am planning on ordering a carbon fibre hood to be installed in spring. After this i'm not sure where to go any suggestions? Also if you have an e36 with a cf hood post some pics i'd like to see some and if you want share your winter/spring plans for your cars
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