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    Bet your thinking strange nick for a Bimmer forum.

    Just sold my Audi A4 S-Line saloon.

    Having owned BMW's for years just felt like a change.
    Am now back with a 330Ci and looking to go down the usual route of tuning it to make it perform just a tad better than standard.
    My neighbour will ask me why don't you just buy a bloody M3 if you want a car to go faster.
    Its not the point I tell him. Its the fun of doing stuff and having a car that looks reasonably capable of performing well....................but then suprising the hell out of someone by leaving them behind when the lights turn green.
    Keeps me young.

    Besides.............Having helped in the building of my 10 year old Caterham Seven. I have a car available that will outperform just about anything on the twisty bits and up to 80 it will see off most things...........unless its a Veyron that is.

    Looking forward to talking to you lot.
     
     

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    Welcome mate

    Sounds like a good project

    Mery christmas and a happy new year also
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    Welcome buddy, have a blast
     
     

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    your right its the fun off doin it and even if you bought m3 you would still wanna improve it
     
     

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    Hey audisline. Welcome to BFUK

    Looking forward to seeing what you do with the 330ci

    Anyway I'm sure you will find the forum very helpful and friendly, so see you in the forums and have fun!

    Oh and come check out our BimmerForum UK City

    http://www.bimmerforums.co.uk/forum/...t-it-and-t711/

    Your participation would be very much appreciated

     
     

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