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Re: 1/4 mile (MORE>>MUCH MORE) (archive)

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Posted by Darren M on April 15, 2000 at 20:13:31:

In Reply to: Re: 1/4 mile (MORE>>MUCH MORE) posted by KAZ on April 15, 2000 at 19:17:06:

Yep, the EVO 3 obviously is the best. I checked one out when I was seeking out my M3, it was going for 16,495 UK Pounds though!!! Yikessss!
Yes, I do want a holiday somewhere nice this year - so went for the std M3. Skegness doesn`t appeal to me 8-) (UK readers will understand what I mean here).

Actually the car was sold very quickly too. Any good M3`s are selling pretty well in the South of England. I was seeing deals being wrapped up whilst I was looking around the forecourts.


Darren

Darren


: i've seen documents of anywhere from 15.4 for the 1988's (yuk...an integra type R does that better) to 14.6 for the EVO III (much more respectable). You'll find that it is very much dependant on the driver, track conditions, tires, tire pressure, launching techniques..etc. Personally, i'm still in the market to get an E30 M3, but mostly want the hard to find EVO III. I think that any of these cars can be modified to pull low 14s to high 13s with bolt ons, meaning intake, exhaust, headers, computer, cams, and pullies. If ANYONE knows for sure please let me know, i'd love to be sure before plopping down hard earned cash for one of these cars.




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