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E90/E92/E93 M3 (2008 - 2014)
4th generation E90 M3 sedan, E92 M3 coupe and E93 M3 convertible. The last of the naturally aspirated M3s, powered by a 4.0 liter V8 making 414hp and 295 lb-ft of torque.

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Old 02-23-2012, 08:20 AM
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Highyo glad to see you coming onboard here as well Nice color choices you have made. Although I'm slightly biased as AW/Fox Red extended ain't half bad (excuse the pun) and the hazy interior shot
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Old 02-23-2012, 08:27 AM
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Congrats, IB is a great choice.

But: Have you really looked at platinum leather?

Don't get me wrong, but I think that bamboo lacks some contrast if you go with a dark blue like interlagos.

IMHO, those blues deserve some contrast.

BTW: BMW pwns blue!
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Old 02-28-2012, 11:18 AM
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Congrats, IB is a great choice.

But: Have you really looked at platinum leather?

Don't get me wrong, but I think that bamboo lacks some contrast if you go with a dark blue like interlagos.

IMHO, those blues deserve some contrast.

BTW: BMW pwns blue!
platinum? is that a color that was removed? are you thinking of silver? maybe they stopped putting them in on non-indivd cars.

i'm week 13 build. anyone else?

also, how can i assure i get Michelin pilots as opposed to the contis or pirellis? just tell my CA?
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Old 02-29-2012, 02:42 AM
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What happened while I was away for a few months? highyo is joining the M3 club? The hell officially froze over? j/k

I have the bamboo interior and it's positively a stunner.
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Old 02-29-2012, 04:54 AM
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What happened while I was away for a few months? highyo is joining the M3 club? The hell officially froze over? j/k

I have the bamboo interior and it's positively a stunner.
haha! i never ever ever said i didn't love M3s, and my trip to the PCD superbowl weekend along with a "need" for a second car sealed it!

plus i can't believe that you or solstice are all crazy.

thanks re: bamboo. i think with IB will look great, but i havent seen it in person, just on some great pics on the web.
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....also, how can i assure i get Michelin pilots as opposed to the contis or pirellis? just tell my CA?
Good luck getting the Michelins - if you should end up with the Contis - it's not all bad - Evo
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"However, the M3 Competition simply isnít as playful and adjustable as the M3 Edition we drove last summer. In short itís got too much grip, and the blame for that can be laid at the door of the Michelin Pilot Sport tyres. The Conti CSC3ís that are the other OE fitment (you donít get to choose which your car comes on) have lower limits, but a more manageable grip/slip balance that suits the M3 to a tee."

http://www.bmwblog.com/2010/05/02/ev...ition-package/

My car has the Contis - I like them, but in all fairness I have never driven a M3 ZCP with Michelins so I do not have a reference. Most of my spirited driving is on mountain roads in Western MD and WVA where ultimate adhesion is less important than manageability and feel.
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thanks capo eh. i am worrying way too much about the BS. the truth is, whatever tires i have, they will likely be swapped out in 12,000 miles anyway. and i bet whatever is on there i would like. i do plan on taking her to the track every once in awhile though.

is it may yet?
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Good luck getting the Michelins - if you should end up with the Contis - it's not all bad - Evo
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"However, the M3 Competition simply isnít as playful and adjustable as the M3 Edition we drove last summer. In short itís got too much grip, and the blame for that can be laid at the door of the Michelin Pilot Sport tyres. The Conti CSC3ís that are the other OE fitment (you donít get to choose which your car comes on) have lower limits, but a more manageable grip/slip balance that suits the M3 to a tee."

http://www.bmwblog.com/2010/05/02/ev...ition-package/

My car has the Contis - I like them, but in all fairness I have never driven a M3 ZCP with Michelins so I do not have a reference. Most of my spirited driving is on mountain roads in Western MD and WVA where ultimate adhesion is less important than manageability and feel.
For what it's worth, I do like the PS2 that came with my car. The amount of grip it provides on such a heavy car is amazing. However, it doesn't wear well at all. My rears after moderately driven 9k miles look horrendously worn out.

I am thinking about getting the new Michelin PSS (Pilot Super Sport), which is getting very good reviews. Tirerack is out of stock on the rears. If they aren't available soon, I'll probably try the Conti's.
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For what it's worth, I do like the PS2 that came with my car. The amount of grip it provides on such a heavy car is amazing. However, it doesn't wear well at all. My rears after moderately driven 9k miles look horrendously worn out.

I am thinking about getting the new Michelin PSS (Pilot Super Sport), which is getting very good reviews. Tirerack is out of stock on the rears. If they aren't available soon, I'll probably try the Conti's.
i think Solstice just made the switch. i'm just going to go with it, whatever comes on the car comes on it. at the PCD (i know im beating a dead horse) all of the M3s were shod with the contis. if it's good enough for them...
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i think Solstice just made the switch. i'm just going to go with it, whatever comes on the car comes on it. at the PCD (i know im beating a dead horse) all of the M3s were shod with the contis. if it's good enough for them...
I guess l got lucky then, as my car came with PS2's
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The Contis are very good tires and lasted 14k until they were done on my car. However the PSSs offers superior stability, at least on my E90 setup with the optional 19s. It's a significant difference and it is felt in added steering effort and return to center force as well. It must be due to the added grip. I haven't had the opportunity to push the car in the dry after putting on the PSSs but the car feels different than it ever did with the Contis. I loved the car with the Contis but love it even more with the PSSs. However don't be upset if you endup with the Contis I surely enjoyed the car with them on. For me it's a difference between great and greater not bad and good.

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The Contis are very good tires and lasted 14k until they were done on my car. However the PSSs offers superior stability, at least on my E90 setup with the optional 19s. It's a significant difference and it is felt in added steering effort and return to center force as well. It must be due to the added grip. I haven't had the opportunity to push the car in the dry after putting on the PSSs but the car feels different than it ever did with the Contis. I loved the car with the Contis but love it even more with the PSSs. However don't be upset if you endup with the Contis I surely enjoyed the car with them on. For me it's a difference between great and greater not bad and good.
Which Conti's? Were they the ExtremeContact DW?
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No, it was the OEM fitted Contisport Contact 3s.
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My previous E46 had the PS2's and the current E93 has the Contis. I was initially excited when the E46 tire roulette showed up with the PS2's and this time it was a different draw. To be truthful, it is hard to judge the difference as the cars are so different, but the Contis are fine and am happy with the purported longer life anyway.

Either way, the cars magic is not suppressed by either tire and my "disappointment" when picking up the car and not seeing PS2's was quickly extinguished as soon as I puled out of the dealers lot.
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yes im not really concerned about the tires, there are (i believe) 3 options: the contis, ps2s, and pzeros. any will be fine as they will only last 1 year tops. my greater issue now is the color, which i have swapped out (yes for a 3rd time) back to the original jerez. i saw an IB m6 and M3 this weekend and they were too flashy for me. now waiting to hear back from my CA confirming the swap.

i seriously can't believe i have to wait this long it's killing me
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+1 on Jerez. Lock it and move on

I know you do not like the FR interior, but on a vert it makes the car along with the extended leather. Not so sure I would do the same on a coupe, but the FR is not flashy in the flesh and adds a richness to the interior. I have yet to find a picture which properly captures the Fox Red i it is no where as flashy as the Imola Red in my E46. The JB is almost impossible to capture as it is a chameleon, changing hues virtually by the hour.
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I got JB and it's a stunning color. However it's easily the most sensitive color I owned to microscratches and clouding. Make sure to tell your dealer not to detail the car's exterior on delivery. Mine looked awful and it took me a couple of months to restore it by hand.

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+1 on Jerez. Lock it and move on

I know you do not like the FR interior, but on a vert it makes the car along with the extended leather. Not so sure I would do the same on a coupe, but the FR is not flashy in the flesh and adds a richness to the interior. I have yet to find a picture which properly captures the Fox Red i it is no where as flashy as the Imola Red in my E46. The JB is almost impossible to capture as it is a chameleon, changing hues virtually by the hour.
it's not that i dislike the FR, i came very close to taking one from the lot at bmw of manhattan (and im still trying to figure out why i didnt.. oh yeah, it's because they are some of the most terrible people on the planet) and thought it looked great. i just thought the bamboo looked the best of all the interiors at m school, by far. purely subjective
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I got JB and it's a stunning color. However it's easily the most sensitive color I owned to microscratches and clouding. Make sure to tell your dealer not to detail the car's exterior on delivery. Mine looked awful and it took me a couple of months to restore it by hand.
I believe the most sensitive title belongs to Jet Black. I've had various metallic blacks from BMW, but I refuse to get another Jet Black (but it does look stunning when clean).
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I believe the most sensitive title belongs to Jet Black. I've had various metallic blacks from BMW, but I refuse to get another Jet Black (but it does look stunning when clean).
Could be, I never owned one of that very reason. I had a Saphire Black F10 and it was nowhere near as sensitive a JB.
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Could be, I never owned one of that very reason. I had a Saphire Black F10 and it was nowhere near as sensitive a JB.
Agreed. My Z4M is also Sapphire Black, and it does hide dirt and swirls much better than Jet.
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No question Jerez hides imperfections better than Jet. My Jet black 540i looked really great for a short time, regardless of my care. Once up very close, the imperfections show the same on both, but Jerez benefits from its multiple hue effect depending on light and viewing angle.
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Finally saw mine last weekend... Kind of a tease as I could only drive one car home at a time. We tossed Jarez w/Bamboo around and ended up with Alpine white with silver extended with aluminum trim.. Very sharp, very unique.. I would have LOVED an Interlagos Blue, but the wife put the kibosh on that...Yeah, I'm whipped! Picking mine up this Saturday...Hopefully it will still be warm and go topless for the 2 hour drive home!
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great color choice. my PCD is set up for may 25th. man. 72 whole days away. that's a longgggg time. jerez with bamboo locked in!!!
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