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    Hamann BMW M3 nice car

    This is a F*cking nice BMW. I think alot of u you guys will like it. Its suped up.
    Horsepower Approx. 390hp @ 7900 rpm
    Torque Approx. 345ft lbs @ 5300 rpm
    1/4 Mile 12.8 secs @ 111mph
    0-60mph 4.6 secs
    Top Speed 174mph
    http://www.fast-autos.com/hamannm34.jpg
    http://www.fast-autos.com/hamannm33.jpg
    http://www.fast-autos.com/hamannm32.jpg
    Last edited by kylekosir; 12-07-2004 at 06:10 AM.

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    I really dislike this mod for this car, it completely ruins its looks IMO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RS6
    I really dislike this mod for this car, it completely ruins its looks IMO.
    I agree. It is a little extreme for a German car, would suit a Honda though
    But also for all appearance mods, it's performance doesn't exactly dazzle 0-60 in 4.6? 12.8 for the 1/4 mile. A stock 2003 Cobra +$1000 will easily tear that up.
    Mustangs/ TVRs, M3s, 911 Turbos...make me smile from ear to ear...everything else..just makes me smile.

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    Wow someone riced an M3.
    FWD and performance, never have, and never will mix.

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    I very much dislike that car. The front lights make it look stupid and that hood scoop thing is also very unfortunate. Id just take a stock one over that rice thing.

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    Yeah, definitely riced look. With peak torque at 300rpm more than my redline, its high strung like you wouldnt believe, too, but nice peak output numbers for a lil 3.3l.
    An it harm none, do as ye will

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    The styling is a bit overdone, standard looks better imo

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    Quote Originally Posted by ashes2ashes
    I agree. It is a little extreme for a German car, would suit a Honda though
    But also for all appearance mods, it's performance doesn't exactly dazzle 0-60 in 4.6? 12.8 for the 1/4 mile. A stock 2003 Cobra +$1000 will easily tear that up.
    me three....! cant stand the new body it all it is a shame, it really is...!
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    Quote Originally Posted by jcp123
    Yeah, definitely riced look. With peak torque at 300rpm more than my redline, its high strung like you wouldnt believe, too, but nice peak output numbers for a lil 3.3l.
    There is life beyond 5000rpm you know.

    Fast, but not fast enough to outrun the ugliness.
    Thanks for all the fish

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    Oh yeah, I know there is. I may be set in my ways, but I'm not dumb. It's just that with my background, I just run on a different set of standards, the ones I'm used to through years of exposure. Goin by that, anything runnin over 5k rpm is a hard revver to me. That includes the engine I want to build for my own car, mind you. Peak power at ~6000, redline at ~6500.
    Last edited by jcp123; 12-07-2004 at 08:48 PM.
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    Ughh. Looks way too busy for a German car. German means simple and sleek, and classy...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jcp123
    Oh yeah, I know there is. I may be set in my ways, but I'm not dumb. It's just that with my background, I just run on a different set of standards, the ones I'm used to through years of exposure.
    I understand, its the same as why 5000+ isn't unusual to me.
    Thanks for all the fish

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