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Thread: Feeler FS: 2008 BMW M3 - Bagged and Blown 650hp ;)

  1. #1
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    Default Feeler FS: 2008 BMW M3 - Bagged and Blown 650hp ;)

    I'm just putting it out into the ether for the time being, so this isn't a 100% solid thing. I just kind of lost interest in the whole stance/show thing with this car, and don't want to really take it into any other direction. Plus, I'd like to get into a 911 at some point...

    The car is awesome. The sound is insane. It's scary fast. And, it looks dope. But, much like Murtaugh...I'm too old for this shit.

    Specs/info:

    2008 BMW M3 (E92)
    Original Color is Jerez Black
    20,600 miles (it'll rise a bit. I average between 2000-2500 miles per year, and I plan on driving it this summer, for sure)
    6 Speed Manual
    Premium Package
    CIC Navigation w/ New Gen I-Drive Control

    Mods:

    ESS Tuning VT2650 Supercharger Kit w/ BPM Sport Tune and Coding
    Active Autowerke X-Pipe (secondary cat removed)
    Eisenmann Race Exhaust
    Brembo BBK
    Airlift Performance 3P w/ Dual 440c Compressors and OEM+ Trunk Setup
    Turner Motorsports Delrin/Aluminum Subframe Bushings, Poly LSD Bushings
    Rotiform CHD 3 Piece Wheels w/ Nitto Invo Tires
    Wrapped in Oracal Glacier Blue
    Custom DTM 3/4 Headlights by Mod Emporium
    LCI Tail lights
    CRT Style C/F Front Lip
    Forcewerkz C/F Side Skirts
    Forgot what style Rear C/F Valance
    C/F Mirror Caps
    C/F Spoiler
    Gloss Black Kidney Grilles and Fender Scoops
    P3 Gauges Vent Mounted Info Center/Boost Gauge/Tons of shit measured
    BMW Performance V2 Steering Wheel
    Carbon Fiber Interior Trim

    As for maintenance, the oil has always been changed at 5k miles, and has been sent to Blackstone Labs for oil analysis.
    The rod bearings were replaced at 19,996 miles
    The S/C was installed at roughly the same time, along with the 20k mile service (plugs, coolant system flush, power steering refresh, brake fluid flush, alignment)



























    Thinking of listing it around $50k. I know mods don't necessarily add value, but I believe that the condition of the car along with the quality of work into it, is worth that as a starting point. Either way, that's why it's a feeler at this point.

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    This car looks sweet! GLWS.

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