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      07-07-2011, 09:12 AM   #15
mikewads
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Drives: 2009 M3 Coupe DCT
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Originally Posted by AngelinIsRich08 View Post
Holy cow. I just saw the second GT-R I've seen this year and I've gotta say it's a lot more menacing and exciting than an M3
The GT-R has many go fast goodies to choose from. Larger turbos, DCT transmission upgrades, software that allows you to tune your own ECU, etc.

The M3 is still a winner in my book. It's more refined and with a supercharger installed its a beast not to be taken lightly from a roll.

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Originally Posted by DD GT3 RD View Post
beautiful parts. Nice stuff mike! Gonna hit the 1/4 with the new parts soon?
I would like to, but it's so damn hot! The heat makes it unenjoyable and the car will be down on some power.
If I had a guess though I think its going to run 10.4, maybe a 10.2 in great weather.

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Originally Posted by swamp2 View Post
Yes, sort of agree, however the OP was a long time M3 owner/modder/forum member. Knowing a tad bit about his modding obsession made me interested to see his post. Also - he did mention a comparion to his (ex) modded M3.
Thanks for expaining that.
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2009 BMW M3 ESS Supercharged / Nitrous - 10.87 @ 131 MPH / 60 - 130 MPH in 6.23 secs