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      05-01-2012, 03:56 PM   #1
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This afternoon i washed the car and took some quite good Iphone pics. Hope you guys can appreciate them.










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      05-01-2012, 03:57 PM   #2
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      05-01-2012, 03:58 PM   #3
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      05-01-2012, 04:10 PM   #4
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nice 1M !!! nice pics !!!

I'll make a big meeting 1 ///M on 18 july in France at magny court'track if you're interest MP !!
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      05-01-2012, 04:17 PM   #5
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Nice pics.

Are you happy with your Milltek exhaust? Does it sound good? Is it catback?
Any soundvideos?

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      05-01-2012, 04:36 PM   #6
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Nice pics.

Are you happy with your Milltek exhaust? Does it sound good? Is it catback?
Any soundvideos?

Thank you

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Yes very satisfied, in the beginning i found i was too quiet but i keeps becoming better and better. It's the full system with secondary catdelete but there is still a resonator. I'll remove it to hear if there is any difference whitout it but it's a really deep sound and it farts. I'll try to make some soundclips in the near future.
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      05-01-2012, 05:12 PM   #7
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Hey, nice pix there but........why do you have different plate numbers front vs rear ??!!??
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      05-01-2012, 05:34 PM   #8
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Hey, nice pix there but........why do you have different plate numbers front vs rear ??!!??
That's an Aston Martin DB5 option: check 00:24-00:30
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      05-01-2012, 07:00 PM   #9
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looks great w/ 260s!
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      05-01-2012, 07:27 PM   #10
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Totally love it.
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      05-02-2012, 02:11 AM   #11
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Hey, nice pix there but........why do you have different plate numbers front vs rear ??!!??
A mistake from the dealer but i kept it like that, you never know
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      05-02-2012, 02:15 AM   #12
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What wheel / tire set do you have?
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      05-02-2012, 04:17 AM   #15
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What wheel / tire set do you have?
OEM M3 E92 M3 wheels. 8,5 inch PS2 245/40/18 & 9,5 inch PSS 265/40/18.
PSS do keep up a bit better with the power ( 400 PS/600Nm ) than the PS2.
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Do you notice any difference in handling on the 18" wheels?

Specifically I'm getting at what was described with 18" M3 wheels with Hankook R-S3s in the following thread:

http://www.1addicts.com/forums/showthread.php?t=670428

"More unexpected was how much more feedback the chassis gives with this wheel/ tire combo. With the 19s I'm used to limited warning before the rear breaks loose when exiting a corner under power. It may be very catch-able after it breaks away with the Pilot Super Sports, but judging how close you are to that breakaway isn't easy. With this combo, however, something interesting happens: as you roll into the power on corner exit you can clearly feel the car moving from understeer to oversteer before the tires let go. It is very perceptible that the back is slipping more that the front (or vice-versa) and you are carrying some slip angle before anything actually breaks away.

This sensation gives you much more feedback from the car and frankly makes driving much more involving and enjoyable. Where the stock car is stuck, stuck, stuck until it's not, on these tires the car is moving around the whole time, even when it's not actually sliding around. I must say I really like that extra feedback, and combined with the way the car handles the bumps better (even vs the PSS, which is already better than the PS2) it makes driving my favorite back road significantly sweeter."
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      05-05-2012, 01:57 PM   #17
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Do you notice any difference in handling on the 18" wheels?

Specifically I'm getting at what was described with 18" M3 wheels with Hankook R-S3s in the following thread:

http://www.1addicts.com/forums/showthread.php?t=670428

"More unexpected was how much more feedback the chassis gives with this wheel/ tire combo. With the 19s I'm used to limited warning before the rear breaks loose when exiting a corner under power. It may be very catch-able after it breaks away with the Pilot Super Sports, but judging how close you are to that breakaway isn't easy. With this combo, however, something interesting happens: as you roll into the power on corner exit you can clearly feel the car moving from understeer to oversteer before the tires let go. It is very perceptible that the back is slipping more that the front (or vice-versa) and you are carrying some slip angle before anything actually breaks away.

This sensation gives you much more feedback from the car and frankly makes driving much more involving and enjoyable. Where the stock car is stuck, stuck, stuck until it's not, on these tires the car is moving around the whole time, even when it's not actually sliding around. I must say I really like that extra feedback, and combined with the way the car handles the bumps better (even vs the PSS, which is already better than the PS2) it makes driving my favorite back road significantly sweeter."
i've read this thread to and must fully agree with it. Belgian roads are a true disaster and this combo is much much better for street drive and probably not a disadvantage at track also. The PSS has lots of grip. It handles the extra power really good.
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Belgian roads are a true disaster
Some parts indeed are.

The picture below isn't showing the front spoiler of my 1M, but mine has been 'baptized' too already a couple of times. Real 1M porn: "strip act" (paint scuffed away - black plastic/rubbery material remains).
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Mine is like this or worse even, I don't really care. That's not a metal body part and you need to get under the car to see this. This, I can live with. I am glad that I never had an issue with the diferential cooler which sits even lower.
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Ooh nice looking rims there. Great shots .
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Yes very satisfied, in the beginning i found i was too quiet but i keeps becoming better and better. It's the full system with secondary catdelete but there is still a resonator. I'll remove it to hear if there is any difference whitout it but it's a really deep sound and it farts. I'll try to make some soundclips in the near future.
cant wait to hear some proper sound clips of this exhaust.. sent several emails to milltek requesting but they just ignored me.. since they have done sound slips for all other cars and put them on FB i was beginning to think they had made an epic fail...
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cant wait to hear some proper sound clips of this exhaust.. sent several emails to milltek requesting but they just ignored me.. since they have done sound slips for all other cars and put them on FB i was beginning to think they had made an epic fail...
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