Originally Posted by GregW / Oregon
I've been through wild mod times, but as I "mature" (I would hope so by now), a little restraint goes a long way. I want to respect the basic engineering they did in Munich, but jut subtly tweak to make it "mine".
It's a fabuloous car to start with. These forums are great at getting everyone to try to outmod the next (Mexico, you're untouchable!). In the end, to 98% of the population we've already got a dream car. So, don't do anything to impress. Just tweak to make it personal. That's my story, and I'm sticking to it.
I admire your approach and taste in modding. Your car (like your prev. e46) is aggressive, but not overboard. The car would almost appear "factory" to the untrained eye, but to an enthusiast, the specific improvements are apparent and appreciated.
This thread is an inspiration.