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      11-14-2012, 01:42 AM   #1
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2009 BMW E90 335i

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Good Reference thread about my E90
http://www.e90post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=758825

Just like everything else, all good things come to an end. I have thought over and over before I made this decision. I have had this car for 4 years (Dec.12th 2008) and probably the best car I have ever had besides my parents of course This car gave me so many good memories, and also headaches I think it is good time to let her go when the car is running 100% perfect. Car has never ran better, and I want whoever buys my E90 next to feel the same excitement I felt daily.

As most of you guys know already, car is heavily modded. And I want to sell it as it is for the next buyer to truly enjoy what I built. So parting out won't happen. I did best I can do put best parts on this E90 to look good and perform at highest level. So whoever buys this vehicle won't be disappointed.

Car/Maintenance:
2009 BMW 335i Sedan
Car currently has about 72000 miles on it. Oil change every 3000~3500. I have never drove more than 4000 miles before an oil change. Car is on its third set of spark plugs, recently changed them out while getting the Single Turbo installed. Transmission fluid has been changed 3 times, also last fluid changed during single turbo conversion.

Valve gasket has been replaced around 66000 miles, along with intake valve cleaning. Fuel pump replaced twice and third pump never gave me an issue. Water pump has been replaced recently, power steering pully has been replaced recently as well. I babied this car, if anything broke or didn't look right, I did not hesitate to replaced them, no matter what the cost was.

Problems:

1. Comfort Access doesn't work. It happened after doing Carbon Fiber roof conversion, it could be just dead battery or some connector got disconnected. It didn't bother me much so I just left it. Well it actually has 3 sweet spots where you can get the keyfob to work but it is tricky

2. Car is very fast for some. It could be a problem for some

3. Car is fully catless running 100% methanol, it doesn't smell like luxury sport sedan at all. If you are after that, this isn't car for you.

4. It is Automatic

Value:

This is where it gets tricky...this is what I got from KBB.com. I didn't include Comfort access or Keyless start since it isn't working at the moment.

Excellent
$25,074
Very Good
$24,374
Good
$23,574
Fair
$21,174

I consider the car is in Excellent condition In & Out. Tricky part is all the mods that I have on this car. I will list them below.

Mods:

Exterior
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Porsche GT3 RS Grey Paint
OEM M3 Front Bumper w/Deleted Side Markers
OEM M3 Headlights OSS
OEM M3 Side Mirrors
OEM M3 Front Side Panels w/Deleted M3 vent
OEM M3 Side skirts
OEM M3 Rear Quarter Panels
OEM M3 Performance Spoiler
OEM M3 Hood
OEM CF Mirror Covers
GT4 Dry CF Lip Rep
IND CF Roof
Voltex 1S
Custom Rear Bumper/Diffusor
Custom CF side skirt add ons.
Matte Black Kidney Grill
Huper Optik 40% All Around
CF Hood/Trunk Emblem
Turner Tow Strap

Interior / Lightning
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OEM Performance Electric Steering Wheel Ver. 2
OEM Performance MT Shift Knob w/Alcantara Boot
OEM Performance e-Brake Handle w/Alcantara Boot
OEM Performance Seats
OEM M3 Gauge/Cluster
OEM M3 Headliner
Custom Performance BMW rear seat
AutoPower Rollbar Painted White
Schroth Harness
Carbon Fiber Interior Wrap
ER CF Engine Cover painted Black
LED Interior Light Kit
Valentine 1 Hardwired
Alekshop Rear View Camera
P3Car Rixter Vent Boost Gauge
Phllips 5000K HID
Carbon Fiber Steering Wheel Emblem

Suspension / Brake / Wheel
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KW Clubsport Coilover
SWIFT Sping 400/800
OEM M3 Front Strut Brace
OEM M3 Front Sway Bar
OEM M3 Rear Sway Bar
OEM M3 Tension Strut Front R/L
OEM M3 Wishbone Front R/L
OEM M3 Wishbone Rear R/L
OEM M3 Bushings
OEM M3 Regulating Rod
HPA Adjustable End-Links
Brembo GT 'Black' - Front: 6 Piston 380mm
Brembo GT 'Black' - Rear: 4 Piston 345mm
BBS E88 18x10 / 18x12
Hankook RS3 265 / 285
HRE R40 18x10 / 18x10.5
Continental 275 / 285
90mm Stud Kit


Performance
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Vishnu/FFTEC Single Turbo 58mm
Vishnu PROceed V5 Rev.3
Vishnu PWM Methonal Injection Kit
Vishnu Chargepipe
Forge Diverter Valves Ver.II
Active Autowerks Intercooler
Evolution Racewerks Competition Dual Oil Cooler
Custom Exhaust
Quaife Limited Slip Differential

That is about $66000. in mods which includes BBS E88 & HRE R43. I priced them as what I paid, not retail since some of stuffs I might have bought them used.

I am really not sure what to offer as sales price. But I am open to reasonable offers. Just don't be silly I truly wish my car goes to a good home, who would really appreciate the car and baby her like I did. Again, car is at its best condition, otherwise I wouldn't have listed it on here.
Pictures and some dyno graphs will be posted later. But I am sure you already seen enough of my car and dyno graphs here on E90post.

Again, I would like to thank everyone here on E90post. You guys are truly great, even people who hated me/my car, believe it or not, it helped me keep going with modding my E90. I am not sure what my next car is going to be but I have a feeling that it won't be BMW...

Why? I am sure someone will ask. My decision wasn't made over night. I thought about it for awhile and finally last night I thought it was time. I saw myself already thinking about doing something else to this already fine vehicle. But then I realize how much headache this is going to be, am I going to really go through this again? That's when I told myself, let's end this. So here I am, posting for sale thread. Who knows, next owner might take this car to another level or simply drive daily with pure joy.

If you have any questions, shoot me a PM. I won't really allow test drive unless I know that you are serious buyer.
Thank you.

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      11-14-2012, 02:11 AM   #2
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bump for an awesome ride and seller - glws D
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      11-14-2012, 10:58 AM   #3
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bump for an awesome ride and seller - glws D
Thanks Chris!
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      11-14-2012, 11:23 AM   #4
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Car is simply amazing! GLWS!
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      11-14-2012, 11:56 AM   #5
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what an amazing machine... GLWS!
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      11-14-2012, 02:17 PM   #6
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I babied this car, if anything broke or didn't look right, I did not hesitate to replaced them, no matter what the cost was.

Comfort Access doesn't work. It happened after doing Carbon Fiber roof conversion, it could be just dead battery or some connector got disconnected


I dont understand what you are trying to say here.
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Nice car. GLWS.
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      11-14-2012, 03:11 PM   #8
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Quote:
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I babied this car, if anything broke or didn't look right, I did not hesitate to replaced them, no matter what the cost was.

Comfort Access doesn't work. It happened after doing Carbon Fiber roof conversion, it could be just dead battery or some connector got disconnected


I dont understand what you are trying to say here.
You are right doesn't make sense. Well before I sell the car I will take it in to fix this issue. Thanks for pointing this out.
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