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      09-29-2011, 05:01 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by bruce.augenstein@comcast. View Post
If by "usually", you mean "fastest ever recorded", then you're correct.

That said, the M3 will typically have a higher trap speed than the 1M, essentially meaning that if you're out on the highway in your M3 and come across a stock 1M, not to worry. You're covered. It's at lower speeds where the 1M's torque makes it an overachiever.

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Not really, go check timeslips. People have gone faster than 114 stock. And anyway, who cares? Stock 1M's don't bother me, the hype and fanboys irritate me.

Anyone with a M3 (myself included as I got my M3 around the same time as 1M's came out) can afford one. I got my M3 mostly because I want a compact high-revving racy V8 in a car that (is not bad to look at - subjective I know) can do it all even though I also have a 335i - so I know the 1M's motor intimately.

To me, the 1M is an uglier, less pure version of my prior Z4MC. JMHO.


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