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      03-17-2008, 09:44 AM   #1
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And It Has Started......

Folks, if you want to know why an e92 335i driver spends almost all of his time in an M3 forum, just check out the below link

http://www.e90post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=126776

I love my e92 335i, but I just drove the e92 M3 last week and there ain't no comparison between the two. Two completely different leagues. I guess idiots with always be idiots.
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      03-17-2008, 10:24 AM   #2
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      03-17-2008, 10:32 AM   #3
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Here was my answer to them...

You guys dissing the M3 with your pathetic arguments is embarrassing for all Bimmer owners. The 335 is a great car but no M. Just park them side by side and the comparison is laughable unless you spend the money it takes to swap out the hood, fenders, seats, differential, wheels, tires, suspension, steering wheel, mapping, etc etc...give me a break. But if you want to continue wasting your time with endless mods and upgrades to try to best a fully stock M, go for it. Sounds like insanity to me. If your arguments had any merit at all, the evidence and proof your arguments were valid would be easy to see at the showroom...but they're not. The only people walking into the showroom to buy a 335 instead of an M3 are the guys who aren't banking enough to get the M badge or believe straight line acceleration from a modded 335 vs. an M3 is the whole story. I am buying the M3 because I like its performance in stock form, the look, the history, etc. The 335 offers nothing over the M3 in stock form and it is way too little consolation or benefit to simply say "I have a 335 and I can beat an M3". My guess is you were on a playground somewhere in the past saying "my dad can beat up your dad". By the way, you know how most think Barry Bonds needs an asterisk * by all his records? Its the same for your BS 335 vs. M3 arguments...if you are going to make statements and arguments for the 335 we all know are based on modifications, unchecked and undocumented data or some combination, start your comment with * and if you make the argument in person print one of these * out and hold it over your head while that drivel comes out of your pie hole. If you want to get back to a real subject, compare your modded 335 to a modded civic, neon, Nissan, or whatever. We all know you want an M, your posts make that much clear regardless of your choice of words and denials, truly laughable. Okay...adjust your flame and go for it....
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      03-17-2008, 10:39 AM   #4
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One of those guys thinks you lose your warranty if you track your M3. I personally don't see the point of getting involved. They are both great cars, and if someone wants to spend the extra $20k to get an M3 over a 335 for whatever reason, that's his/her choice. Why argue about it?
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      03-17-2008, 10:51 AM   #5
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I see little point joining that party
Anyways, most of the 335i owners there already made our points for us.
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