Belgian E46 ///M
Hi guys and girls,
Wanted to introduce my E46 ///M after lowering it a bit and adjusting the wheels...
It's a 2002 E46 M3, 215000 km, always been maintainted pretty well. Never had an accident and the engine still runs like it's brandnew.
Mods i added in the last half year...
- Re-map up to 340HP (standard it only had 318HP because the age and milage)
- K&N Performancefilter
- Carbon CSL-diffusor
- Eisenmann 4x83 exhaust
- Repainted front, rear and mirrors
- KW var3 suspension
- CCW classics Full polished F: 9.5x18 (TOYO Proxes T1S - 245/35/18) - R: 11.5x18 (DUNLOP SP Maxx - 265/35/18)
Seems like i can't add pics atm, so soon i'll post them
The rears can be spaced out a bit more??
I'd say spacers all around and a bit more low, but it looks good!
^ Agreed. You can definitely space and lower some more. CCW's look so right on E46's.
Just perfect!! greetings from Belgium
I think these are the 2 best and all that other B.S. about 2cm, get 20mm spacers then you will be perfectly flush cops can't say anything if its flush...
Originally Posted by c3ltic
About the spacers, i agree, but i use this car too often and cops don't care about flush or no flush!!! I'ld rather see it otherwise as well. But they aren't so keen on rubber comming out the fenders. They would stop me all the time. Now they leave me alone.
If i wanted what u suggest (talking about spacers), i would have bought 12" wheels instead of 11.5". Rather work without spacers and get a wider setup
The guys out here that know Navith or Floss, know that 12" on a M3 is pretty insane. When Navith was planning to sell his Classics. I was on the list for buying them. But he told me as well, that is should be better to keep it at 11.5".
The only thing i might try... Getting some other rubber. Now i have 265 on the rear. Maybe it might look more stance with 285.
In the meantime... Had a shoot last weekend, unexpected... Full set of pictures will take a while, but here's a preview