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E36General discussion and technical help for (E36) 1992-1999 3 series cars. 318, 323, 325, 328.
Whaa? your taking it for a drive? thats like making it work on its birthday! Give it and oil and coolant change. Then wash it and vacuum out the inside.
She liked it. We (not me and my car, me and a passenger) hit the century mark a few times on some back country-hilly-curvy roads. (Oh, and save the lecture about driving safe, I know... geez. )
And a car wash when it's -5 F out? Sorry, but there's still salt on the road from last storm. Just got the oil changed two weeks ago.
Anyway, it was a blast, she took it like we were driving 35 through the corners, even though I went 50 through a 15mph suggested right angle turn. Gotta love new brakes and Bilstein Sports!
As a matter of fact, she saved my life and my friends lives on Saturday night. We were driving back to Rolla from WashU in St Louis and it turned quickly into a snowstorm. I tapped the brakes too fast and the back end broke loose until it hit a 25 degree angle, then she just kind of flipped back and we drove on like it never happened. It was weird. I think I steered a bit into the slide to help her out, but I'm pretty sure that my car saved our lives. Had I been in my Satty, we'd be a bit dead.
End of story: I F'IN LOVE MY CAR!!!!!!
Originally Posted by c1apton
- "The DIY Goddess" - nice job (She's "schoolin'" the boyZ)