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Default 2009 335i E90 MSport - 127k Miles, Heavily and Tastefully Modded - 08-15-2019, 04:46 PM

So It's finally time for me to sell my car and to move onto a new and updated platform. I have literally had no major problems with the car, and has only had expected maintenance. Low Pressure Fuel Pump upgrade to Fuel it stage 2, Injectors all replaced about 30k ago, all new suspension refresh including all new arms and I am not kidding about that. Injectors replaced 2 years ago from FCP Euro which I did myself.. Coil Packs are about 2 years old as well and going strong. replaced vanos solenoids as well, valve cover gasket, water pump, and thermostat recently as well. Basically I have put a lot of maintenance into this car so that is drives fantastic. Also did a complete cooling system overhaul, also has a new radiator, since the stock one cracked some how. Turbo replaced at 70K by dealer, and have been the same units since then.

Wagner Intercooler
XHP Level 3 Transmission flash, with all new gaskets and solenoids for the mechatronics unit
MHD Backend Pump Flash
JB4 About 15 PSI, which is pretty conservative. Dynos around 410WHP, 450 Wheel torque
Running the exhaust manifold that does not have the environmental converting product. remaining exhaust is stock.
Methanol injector which is installed in the trunk, have used about 50+ gallons of methanol since I've installed it.
H&R Sway bars front and rear
M3 Rear Subframe Bushings, including all suspension bushings including differential refreshed about 2 years ago
Wavetrac LSD
Foregstar Wheels 18" with 245 front and 275 rear.

The car has been taken extremely good care of, had walnut blasting two years ago as well, and lots of healthy oil changes. Many maintenance issues associated with oil leaks as you would expect, but that has been fixed as issues were found.

I upgraded the car externally to the M sport package, including the appropriate brake ducting for the front brakes. It also has the technology package, sunroof, and the regular sports package.

And, comes with all the factory stock parts in a box, yes it has to come with it too.

Asking for 10k, and I have the title waiting for you.

All sounds good, but car had its drive side door replaced door to a side collision, it was repaired, but still wanted to mention. And the oil pan gasket needs replacing, it has never been done, and its essentially an almost 11 year old car. Not dripping oil, but probably will at some point, i see wet spots on the under tray when i do maintenance. Consumes about 1/2 quart of oil every 6K miles
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M3 F80 2017 Competition & Carbon Brakes
JB4 ||| H&R Sport Springs

X5 50i 2013 ///M Sport
BMS Stage 1

Last edited by Nanometer; 08-15-2019 at 04:55 PM..
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