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Hi Guys,

Before we begin, a bit of background....

Upon advertising the M3, I wasn't really sure what I wanted as a replacement. I considered various options but nothing really tickled my fancy. The decision was then made to upgrade the wife's car for now until I find something worth getting as a daily.

Enter the F20 M135i.

I always thought these were great little cars (just not for me, nothing against them.. I'm just more of a coupe / sedan fan). When I saw this car though, I thought it was perfect for the wife.

Specs:

MY2014
Usual extras and HK sound system.

The car currently has a few aftermarket bits fitted, these will be removed as stock is best for the wife.

A few pics after a quick wash...

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The car has also been on the BMW sludge builder service schedule so oil change was performed immediately.

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Things to do:

ZF oil service
Full detail
Congrats on the new wheels!
Congrats! Car looks so clean!
Congrats Kyle!
Congrats on the new wheels!
Congrats on the new wheels.. Just upgrade the chargepipe as these tend to break on the car even in stock trim.
Congrats!

Wonderful cars, as Danny said, the chargepipe first lol...

Looks like its sitting on some lowered springs as well...
Thanks guys,

Has H&R springs fitted currently but also has the Adaptive M suspension. Will be returning to stock springs.

Will definitely be changing the charge pipes as well as some other maintenance items, thanks for the advice.
Congrats bro. Epic wheels for the Mrs Rollsmile
Congrats bud! Nice ride
(24-02-2020, 11:59 AM)Kyle Wrote: [ -> ]Thanks guys,

Has H&R springs fitted currently but also has the Adaptive M suspension. Will be returning to stock springs.

Will definitely be changing the charge pipes as well as some other maintenance items, thanks for the advice.


I still have my stock springs if you interested


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Congrats.
(24-02-2020, 11:59 AM)Kyle Wrote: [ -> ]Thanks guys,

Has H&R springs fitted currently but also has the Adaptive M suspension. Will be returning to stock springs.

Will definitely be changing the charge pipes as well as some other maintenance items, thanks for the advice.

Nice, that Adaptive Suspension makes a different, I enjoy it a lot especially for a dilay drive.
So not much has changed here, there are some maintenance plans for after we're free again  Fencelook 

For now I gave the paintwork some well needed love, I did not have the required products on hand to deal with correcting AW paintwork however so for now it was just a decon and seal 

Tasty looking clay after just 1/4 of the bonnet
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A few after shots that I could manage ( Not many places to take pics these days)
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Images fixed.
cant see the pics or is it just me?
looks like a brand new car.. job well done  Bravo
Hey bud. Amazing car.

Please let me know what parts you will be returning to stock, I may be Interested.

Thanks so much.
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That looks absolutely stunning man!

Some spacers will go a hell of a long way on your ride dude! Check them out, I am sure @Rennzport will be able to assist!
(07-05-2020, 02:21 PM)UpNcOmiNg! Wrote: [ -> ]That looks absolutely stunning man!

Some spacers will go a hell of a long way on your ride dude! Check them out, I am sure @Rennzport will be able to assist!

Thanks man, I am actually looking at getting rid of the H&Rs though, wife says the car is too bumpy  Fencelook
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