Originally Posted by JulieDriving
Then I discovered Bimmerpost.
This made me chuckle.
When I bought my E92 M3 in 2010, I thought that I had purchased God's car. I was still in NYC at the time - I would wait until 12AM or so (after working all day) and then sneak out to terrorize the poor motorists of NYC on the FDR or West Side highway. And despite being bone stock, the whole process was exhilirating ...
And then - well, like you, I discovered motherf@cking M3 Post and realized that I was merely driving a "Civic." All of a sudden, I noticed how clunky and understated the stock exhaust was - the engine - once a high-revving destroyer of souls (haha) - now lacked the requisite "oomph" factor that I was looking for. And so the modding began. Is it necessary? Almost certainly not. But this God-forsaken website has an annoying way of planting the seed ... (it's probably subsidized by BMW dealerships and performance shops everywhere