Another opinion thread for M3 mods.

Mook

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I think it's tastefully done, doesn't look ricey. I don't understand it mook.
 

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For $375, I think money could be better spend elsewhere.
 

EmersonHart13

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He wants you to get NAWS...

I think they are a nice addition.
 
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When it comes to the M3, virtually nothing can be bought for $375.
 

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I think it looks good, but what and where are you cutting/drilling? That to me would be the deciding factor.
 

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I disagree with Mook. I think it would look great! Joe had some press car that had an illuminated kicker/sill, and I think it was very cool looking.

But that doesn't mean I would spend that coin on it. You're really only going to see if for about 2 seconds at night whenever you open/close your door.
 

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im busting balls on it being rice. its just not my style. 375 bucks for some door lights isnt money well spent imo
 
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I think it looks good, but what and where are you cutting/drilling? That to me would be the deciding factor.
Not sure. I think it's splitting the wire that feeds the light that illuminates the foot wells, and then drilliing somewhere to run the wire to the sill.
 

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I bet those are around the same price.....just my opinion though.

You'll look cool cruisin with your door popped open next to riski fo sho yo!
 

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You can get hawk hp + pads for like $250. Or you could keep current ones for the street and pick up some hawk blues for $175 fronts and $120 for hp + rears
 
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I'm a newbie driver, so I don't think I'll need really aggressive pads as I won't be pushing my car to any sort of limit on the track.
 

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