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    Hi all,Ive got a 1998 e36 323i Coupe ( i think its got the M-Tech package but I'm not sure).Ive had it for just over 3yrs now and Im now startin to think about doing some mods as Im bored with the look and power.Ive already lowered it by 40mm all round with springs and new OEM shocks and Ive also added some cross drilled/grooved discs but other than that the car is standard.So my question is other than a nice set of 17s (I was told that size was best) what else can I do ?? Nothing too drastic or overly expensive,maybe thinkin exhaust,filters,poss re-map etc WHAT WOULD YOU GUYS AN GALS ADVISE ????? All hints,tips and advice gladly recieved
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    M-tech for sure + m-tech 17'' wheels,that's what I would do wiv yours e36.
     
     

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    M50 manifold conversion,remap filter and exhaust -make it more lively.

    Some nice 17s

    HIDS (see joes how to)

    clear lights all round.
     
     

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    Hi matey if its the one on the picture, i would fit a m3 splitter on the front bumber, black kidney grill's, m3 rub strips because the thinker than the car in the picture, some nice rim's with a nice dish maybe, lower is 60mm, on spring's or buy coilover's, coupe's look better without the spolier, i would take that of get the holes smoothed over and fit a roof/window spoiler, i have one for sale if your interested pm me, Its totally down to you how you want it to look, if you start modding it put it in the projects, show us all what your doin lol, have fun

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    get the m50 manifold as someone suggested above with a bbtb its a great mod totally change the power delivery of the engine for not much money
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by andrewc1267 View Post
    get the m50 manifold as someone suggested above with a bbtb its a great mod totally change the power delivery of the engine for not much money
    Seconded....
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by steve23002 View Post
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    Along with a remap written specifically for the manifold you will see in excess of 210bhp
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by andrewc1267 View Post
    get the m50 manifold as someone suggested above with a bbtb its a great mod totally change the power delivery of the engine for not much money
    bbtb = Big Bore Tubular Manifold?

    Sorry, newb and all...
     
     

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    Forget filter...stick in an induction kit
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by AndyC2501 View Post
    bbtb = Big Bore Tubular Manifold?

    Sorry, newb and all...
    LOL..."Big Bore Throttle Body" for those who dont know. Speak to username alpina527, he does the M50 manifold and throttle body conversion for the M52 engine
     
     

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