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    alright guys, new on here although i have had a bmw before an e36 i think tds compact and just bought an e46 compact 318ti auto. i have to say i absoloutly love it different class to drive from my last car ek civic vti you can just feel the quality in it.
    the thing that bugs me is the power really doesnt feel like 150bhp which is dissapointing but i can see over it for being so nice to drive. i have also never owned an auto and now i dont know why i never bought one before its great for my daily driving! and a lot better than the old compact i had

    its an 03' with 100k and plenty of history and i got it for £2500 nobody believes it when i tell them stunning car for the cash. not a scrape on her

    looking to do little bits to it 18's i like the m6 wheels. it has the sport suspension so i done need to drop it i think.
    if anyone can tell me the size of the front speakers because i want to change them and have a pair of 10cm pioneers from my civic and can i get 6x9's in the back of are they circular too?

    gonna colour code it too
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    welcome and as for the questions i dont no the size off the front speakers but some1 will no doubt, as for the 6x9s you should be able to but speaker adapters that bolt onto the round hole in the boot, i got some for my e36 and no you can get them for most cars
     
     

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    i think the fronts are 5.25" you can buy adapters for those, but i cant seem to find them for the rears
     
     

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