Type: Posts; User: Pf3il
E90 M3 for well under your budget. Depending on year and mileage, I think $5k in 3 years is doable if you keep it well maintained.
In my experience, Geico is the cheapest by far in NYC. My 2009 M3 is $822/6mo with full coverage, 100/300, $500 deductible.
You took lots of pictures of me.
Life is too short to drive something you're not enjoying. I wouldn't have purchased my M3 without my garage parking spot, though. Keep the Accord until you get off-street parking, and then get what...
Price drop. Make an offer!
awesome build! :beer:
Ferodo DS2500. Pricey but worth it. Fantastic street/autocross/HPDE pad. Low initial bite and incredibly easy to modulate. Does not stick on release like the HP+ is known to.
C6 Z06 /thread
You're really confusing me lately Scott!
Try disconnecting one of the rear sway bar endlinks, then.
What kind of tires are you running and what's the temperature where you are?
With rates like those, I'm going to assume you have double adjustable shocks. Try setting your rebound damping to full soft.
Thoroughly inspect the ABS sensor wiring again. Check with a...
are we talking E90 or F80? :confused:
edit: F80 http://www.caranddriver.com/reviews/2015-bmw-m3-manual-long-term-test-review
it's DZUS :beer:
Do you find the throttle mapping makes the car hard to drive smoothly at city speeds? My V50 T5 is awful for city driving, it's either no boost or lots of boost. I've never had such a hard time...
Nokian Hakkapeliitta R2. Nothing is better.
Corvettes are way too much fun. Get yourself some better tires and you won't be able to wipe the smile off your face! :D
If you're serious about the sport, get a Miata or MR2 Spyder. Both are incredibly reliable and way too much fun for what they are. Plus, E-Steet is an awesome class!
I started my autocross...
I have nothing to add other than the fact that I want one as my next vehicle. Sub'd.