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View Poll Results: DINAN or Alternative Aftermarket Company
Never heard of them until Rooz brought them up LAST week.
I've worked for the dealership for 2 1/2 years, and I've seen HUNDREDS
of BMWs stock and tuned. I know the names....Dinan, AC Schnitzer,
Hamann, Alpina...and I've heard of Hartge but never driven anything tuned
by them to my knowledge. All the others I've driven.
My point is.....what percentage of AA customers are there compared to
the list I gave you above?
Which means, that if the exclusive BMW owners don't use them, they
aren't very popular.
And, look at your ride, how much of your e36 M3 is AA tuned?
Looks to me like you use AC Schnitzer, which is cool. But I don't
understand why you are so into AA, when you yourself don't support them.
Anywho, no hard feelings, I just felt like I needed to point that out.
And, as somebody said earlier, to each his own. Which I totally agree
i think this statement right here proves that you do not know enough about the bmw aftermarket to even comment on it any further.