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Old 01-17-2014, 02:05 PM
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I'm looking into a 335i e92, I'm wondering which has the best performance of all the 335i (stock), it seems all the numbers are scattered around different forums and I don't know which to believe. I also heard to stay away from the 2010 335i, I was wondering why is that as well.
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I'm looking into a 335i e92, I'm wondering which has the best performance of all the 335i (stock), it seems all the numbers are scattered around different forums and I don't know which to believe. I also heard to stay away from the 2010 335i, I was wondering why is that as well.
Realistically, they're all the same, the N54 is deemed more "tunable friendly, over the N55. You won't feel any difference from stock N54/N55.
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I was looking for an n54 over an n55 not because of the tunability, but for the looks. I was looking into the 2010 model.
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I was looking for an n54 over an n55 not because of the tunability, but for the looks. I was looking into the 2010 model.
Oh, sorry, you mentioned performance, not the looks of the LCI model. I prefer the non "eyebrow" model.
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No I did mention review i just know the jb4 is the ultimate upgrade for the 335i so that was a no brainier for me despite the other things i need to change if. Do get a jb4, what is eyebrow model, and I also heard the bumper referred to as a hitler stash, which I can't see either.
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Sorry for the weird typing, have big hands and this iPad mini is still small for me.
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No I did mention review i just know the jb4 is the ultimate upgrade for the 335i so that was a no brainier for me despite the other things i need to change if. Do get a jb4, what is eyebrow model, and I also heard the bumper referred to as a hitler stash, which I can't see either.
eyebrow model (grill different, no bueno)



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I like the blue font, over the white one, I hate the line going down the middle, I prefer just the regular grill without anything special going in or out, which is why I hate the new 3 series cars
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I like the blue font, over the white one, I hate the line going down the middle, I prefer just the regular grill without anything special going in or out, which is why I hate the new 3 series cars
that may be an M sport pkg option, that different front apron. The grill is the only difference from the pre-lci and lci.
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