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"I owned a 2007 328xi Coupe and it just wasn’t fulfilling my vision. Although I had a lot of work and money into the car I knew there was only so much you can get out of a 328 as for power gains. I decided to go to the dealership after the 3 years of my lease and buy what I really wanted, which was a 2010 335i M Sport Coupe.

I decided to special order the car with every option straight from Germany. This car had a lot of potential. The first thing I had done was black out all the windows and Lamin-X E92 Tailight Covers and had it wrapped in 3M Paint Protection. After doing a lot of research I thought it was time to start working on performance. I found the site modbargains as the cheapest, easiest, and the best website for the top brand of BMW parts. I called and placed an order with [email protected]. I’m saying his name as if we’re friends, but that’s how I felt with the service and the time he took out to make sure I was getting exactly what I wanted.

I started with the BMS JB4, Evolution Racewerks Diverter Pipe with the HKS SSQ Blow Off Valve, aFe dual cone Intake 54-11472 with the aFe Air Scoops 54-11478, BSH Oil Catch Can, rear fog light switch, and Clutch Delay Valve. I noticed a huge difference in my car after from the intake that growls when you get on the throttle, a blow off valve that doesn’t sound like an STI but instead actually sounds like it belongs on a BMW.

I decided it still wasn’t enough and needed more parts and wanted to see dyno numbers as I go along. I called modbargains and ordered AR Design Catless Downpipes N54 where you get the most gain on a turbo car. I then decided I needed a full exhaust and decided to go with Meistershaft GT-Haus Racing Exhaust Section1, 2, and 3 with 2x90 Gloss Black tips to match my theme as for my kidney gloss black grilles and 335i badges. Some people de-badge their 3 series but I want people knowing what I drive, especially when I am building an M3 killer.

I did a before and after dyno run with just the JB4, intake, blow off valve and that's it. It ran a 343 hp/343 ft lbs of torque. I couldn’t believe what I had with just those bolt-ons. I was very happy with these numbers but it was going to get better with the other mods. After the exhaust was on with the downpipes no mods to the internals, no methanol kit, and stock intercooler I hit 405hp on map2 and 397 ft lbs of torque!! I couldn’t believe the difference - like night and day my car feels like a monster now.

I can’t thank modbargains enough. As for troubleshooting along the way, Frank at modbargains is a knowledgeable guy and will walk you out of any problem you might have. My Goal was to take a 335i and with a few E92 Performance mods make it as fast as an M3 instead of spending $20,000 more on the M3. My main focus as for future mods is an AMS BMW Intercooler which is going to be ordered in a few days, led xenon interior lights, halo rings, fog lights, E92 CSL bootlid, OEM BMW Split Armrest, BBS rims, E92 Suspension, E92 Brakes, bigger turbos and a built motor with full internals.

I wouldn’t recommend anyone else but modbargains as you can see the numbers, prices, brands, and top of the line customer service. Everyone at modbargains is nice and get you whatever you need for your BMW as well as other types of cars."

 

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