Discussion in 'OT Driven' started by FULL-REV, May 26, 2008.
bags of torque. got it chipped or something?
05 ZHP Dinan Stage 3
2004 Mini Cooper S (commuter)
nice 335 btw
Mine and the friends
Mine and the roommates
Everyone has love for the mmm shoe
I was driving each time but in Spa I let the girl use the red helmet
I drove a z4 m-coupe a while back. Loved that car.
I wish I had a Coupe for the longest time.
Then the summer came, and I totally changed my mind
I still wish I had a M though.
i saw one last night
Feel fortunate. They're lucky to sell 350 of them per month. I suspect the Evo isn't going to have an extended stay in the USDM.
I want a 335i coupe so bad.
I'd settle for a 330ci zhp coupe tho.
you don't live in bay shore do ya? those houses look oddly familiar.
KW v2 coils
RacingDynamics RS2 rims (18lbs)
RacingDynamics 80mm Catback exhaust
Racingdynamics Header + cams
UUC short Shifter:
2004 BMW X5 4.4i
20" 4.6is rims
soon to come: ETA september:
2008 135i Alpine white/coral red interior
will soon be rocking a supercharger and ~200rwhp though
i also has these and they are awesome
Motortrend says otherwise:
BMW > POS shit box with plastic pedals
I'll bet your BMW has plastic pedals too.
money talks bra'...
how much are you willing to bet?
"But for a rear-drive car that purports to have real enthusiast appeal, the BMW was surprisingly uncooperative in the twisties. 'Driving the 135i down to L.A. from San Francisco, it felt like we were bringing a gun to a knife fight,' says Gustafson. 'Then we hit the mountain road to Idyllwild and the plot suddenly took a sharp turn.' It became obvious to us that this is a car that's been tuned to feel at its best when traveling over far less demanding roads. It remains a remarkable device for scooting briskly through town or blasting for miles down the interstate, but it desperately needs a suspension upgrade to please those who want to go as quickly around corners as they do a straight line.
And that means the top spot unanimously goes to the Lancer Evolution MR, a car so vastly superior to the others when it comes to satisfying demanding driving enthusiasts like us that it might as well have been in a class of its own."
-Sport Car International