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Thread: My e46 sittin pretty'

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    Default My e46 sittin pretty'

    Well unfortunately the drop is a P-shop.... (for now, pic is from B-fest), but i'm not too far from it, searching for coils as we speak. (KWv2, PSS9's, etc) so fortunately by So Cal Euro, i'll be stanced correctly.

    Work Mesh, 19x9.5 F&R..

    gonna poke 5mm's more all around too..



    oh yeah, its my sig now too!
    Last edited by Stanc3; 06-04-2009 at 05:41 AM.

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    verry nice.

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    Looks great! I'm in an e46 as well... the quest for coils continues...

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    Very pretty e46. I love those wheels and your roof rack. That will look even better once you get it on coils! Keep up the good work!
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    do it.

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    Make it a reality.

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    I want to see you make the fitment/stance you keep describing a reality. Because personally I don't think it's possible on coilovers. I think air ride is going to be the only way (or you are just going to end up being higher/more sunken than you wish). I hope you can prove me wrong
    Last edited by Digitalwave; 06-04-2009 at 03:26 PM.

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    Looks dope
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    I gotta agree with TJ. There's no harm in giving it your all though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by M.Burroughs View Post
    I gotta agree with TJ. There's no harm in giving it your all though.

    I'll eventually be doing the same thing he wants to get...10.5ET7, 245/35 all around, then lower another inch, and do all the camber I need to make it work.
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    An inch lower won't work without tucking, bromeslice You're only a 1/2" off the top of your wheels as it is.

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    38" fairing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Feelinit18 View Post
    38" fairing?
    yep..



    and thanks for the props guys.. I am definitely working on making it a reality. I'm looking for the right coils as we speak, something that will give me the ability to get real low, while keeping a good ride, I'm thinkin KW v2. And then bumpstops will be my best friend! Ideally, I will be a little higher in the rear than pictured, and exactly where it is at in the front. + 5mm more poke all around.

    As far as other future mods:

    - Gold anodized rivets
    - Facelift sedan hood (gives the pre-facelift a Boser esq look)
    - Either OEM M3 mirrors, or Hagus
    - and most likely a new front lip setup on the CSL bumper (molded, painted)


    oh and the headliners being re-done...................... a subtle black plaid! (still looking for the right material/pattern)
    Last edited by Stanc3; 06-05-2009 at 05:09 AM.

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    Well, I thought you were still aiming for the last Photoshop you did which was much lower than this one. I think this one is a bit more realistic.

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