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MisterCorn
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2004 Porsche 996 Turbo

PostPosted: Fri Jul 14, 2017 11:02 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Stroller wrote:
MisterCorn wrote:
I prefer the look of the 19s myself. For me the 20s just look like you are trying to cram too much wheel in to too small a space end up with rubber band tyres on them. So long as you are happy with it then it is spot on. I am still drawn to the M3 V8, I will try one one day....

MC


I got 19's on mine MC and it's waiting for you to take it for a drive Very Happy

http://www.911uk.com/viewtopic.php?t=121915


I would love to drive one, but I am not in a position to buy right now. Need more space/money. Very happy to drive one and give my opinon WRT E36 M3/E39 M5/E46 M3 Cab and E46 CSL.
MC
 
  
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Boba fett
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PostPosted: Sat Jul 15, 2017 6:14 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

edge wrote:
20's all day long for me, the car looks stunning . I am assuming you have driven the saloon/coupe version of that model so how does the drive compare , much body flex etc ? I am thinking of buying a 4 seater cab and the M3 has always been a favourite of mine .


Yes driven them all and my friend has a manual coupe, which even with the extra weight, my DCT pulls on, just shows you how good the box and gearing is.

There is 200kg extra in the Vert, but unless you are really going hell for leather on track you would not know where it is. The car also feels just as solid as the coupe. The E46 was a bit flexi, this is not, according to some research BMW really made this a stiff *****, hence the weight no doubt.

Anyway the Pro's well outweigh the Cons for me, and I do think the E93 has the edge on looks as well. I really like mine, its a good car, just needs another 100 bhp and it would be perfect.
 
  
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