I am ready to start modding it. The system provides impressive torque normally not seen in centrifugal supercharger systems and it combines this with awesome top-end power. . Each morning as I walk to my car, a smile crosses my face. I'm tall, so I didn't want the moonroof. My car was worth every penny I bought it for.
An auto 330 could even beat a manual 330 in the right situation, and loose to a auto 325 in the wrong situation. Here are a couple of pictures of my Jet Black. I do rev it all the way to high 6000 rpm once in a while ok pretty often when the engine is already warmed up. Please reach out with any questions. Hope this doesn't cause any problems. The times are highly dependent on a. Keep in mind that when you say manual 325i 0-60 is 7.
It is called the performance package; which adds 4 bhp and 8 lb-ft of torque to the original engine, making the final 235 bph and 222 lb-ft of torque. Fred 330Ci zhp Some people bring happiness wherever they go, others whenever they go. The car drives ridiculously smooth and sometimes I catch myself speeding without even realizing it. I want to do clears, tint, intake, and exhaust. Arguing over a couple tenths of a second is silly, as that's claiming more precision that really exists, even with an automatic. Don't get too caught up in straight line stuff. The system installs in 8-10 hours using normal hand tools and no irreversible modifications to the car is necessary.
The combination of lower and stiffer suspension with a shortened final gear ratio pulled this car from 0-60 in just under 6 seconds. If so, what mods have you done, and what times did you post? That's far slower than a car that anyone can step into and get 6. At the risk of sounding like a commercial, I honestly do love my 330 every day I drive it. The early bird may get the worm, but the second mouse gets the cheese. It's a great all around performer with good handling and braking, and has good torque for freeway maneuvers. It is the car that has defined the genre, with roots stretching back to the beloved 2002ti model of the late 1960s and early '70s.
The blindspots are difficult to get used to, particularly when backing up and this requires extra caution on the part of the driver. There are forums dedicated to this version of the 3 series, such as , and from the classified listings, one can tell these are highly desirable models. Maybe one with auto tranny, navigation, full leather, etc. It's a great all around performer with good handling and braking, and has good torque for freeway maneuvers. It has a clean title.
I found it was well taken care of. Dealer told me that this car doesn't need any break in period , but i'm still plan to drive it rather gently for the first 1000 miles. I will have to bring it in and have it checked out! As others have stated, this is not the greatest car for winter driving. It was absolutely not smoked in. Awesome power as well as looks The supercharger system is equipped with a high capacity front mount intercooler system with mandrel bent, 304 grade stainless steel tubing for superior discharge temperature reduction and optimal power development under all conditions.
Yeah - I'm sure waking up the first day back, I will feel like I dreamed it. I ordered the car on January 22nd and took delivery on March 17th. Figure this is an M3, just not as high insurance premiums, and not as harsh. You can bid with utter confidence-this 330i is awesome! For the money, you cannot beat the quality, options and overall look and ride. Below is a duplicate of what I've said in an earlier post: Although I don't have any solid proofs, and I'm taking a wild guess, the actual performance numbers should be very close to a Z4 3.
Great acceleration and road response. It has a clean carfax. Close up view of the supercharger unit Power development is 100% smooth and the car behaves just like stock until you demand power, then the car completely transform providing brutal acceleration normally reserved for pure performance cars. It is so hard not to drive this car fast. An 4auto 330i is a tenth or so quicker than a manual 325i. I also still prefer the 2004 model look over the new styles.
I will pick it up on the 21st of August next Saturday. While many competitors come close to matching the 3-Series, when it comes to being a member of the in-crowd, the original is still the greatest. The car has been meticulously maintained, and comes with every service record since purchased new. It feels tight, it's responsive. The highest I've read online for the auto 330ci was 6. An 4auto 330i is a tenth or so quicker than a manual 325i.
Maintenance is slightly more expensive than generic cars but should be expected as a proud owner. Since these cars generally attract enthusiasts, the 6 speed manual would make this vehicle that much more lustworthy. It is a pleasant addition; not only does it feel better in terms of road holding, the engine feels a lot more lively than a regular 3 series. Two engines double-overhead-cam, 24-valve in-line 6-cylinder. Another demerit with this particular car is the automatic transmission. Which brings me to my next point. This feature also improves idle and low speed cruising emissions and fuel consumption.