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nergdnvlt Fri, Nov-02-2018 12:21:22 AM

New M3 Owner - Colorado
 
Hello all! How’s it going? First posts are always awkward huh, kind of like shouting into the abyss...

At any rate, details...
- Tyler
- Boulder, CO
- First M3
- 2002 M3, black on cinnamon, manual, 117k.

Also, I did a search and most threads I saw were putting the Inspection II at between $1000-$1500. However they were 2-3 years old. When I called around BMW quoted me $2300. 3zero3 quoted $2100. And then an Indy quoted me $1200. Indy has good reviews on google. Should I just go with him? Or should prices be over $2000 these days?

Anyone in Colorado??

cypher448 Tue, Nov-13-2018 02:16:57 AM

Re: New M3 Owner - Colorado
 
Hey there. I'm kinda new as well (lurked for a while though). When I bought my E36 M3 a few issues immediately cropped up. I took it to Autosport Werks in Broomfield to have a clutch hydraulics replaced. Would definitely recommend them. Modern specialist in downtown Boulder was great to work with too, had them inspect and replace some cooling system stuff.

huxcrunner Mon, Nov-19-2018 01:59:25 PM

Re: New M3 Owner - Colorado
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by nergdnvlt (Post 1067888124)
Hello all! How’s it going? First posts are always awkward huh, kind of like shouting into the abyss...

At any rate, details...
- Tyler
- Boulder, CO
- First M3
- 2002 M3, black on cinnamon, manual, 117k.

Also, I did a search and most threads I saw were putting the Inspection II at between $1000-$1500. However they were 2-3 years old. When I called around BMW quoted me $2300. 3zero3 quoted $2100. And then an Indy quoted me $1200. Indy has good reviews on google. Should I just go with him? Or should prices be over $2000 these days?

Anyone in Colorado??



Autosport Werks is great, Ive also had good experiences with Bluewater Performance. 3Zero3 Motorsports also does good work but is $$$ and they are always booked way out.

spaghettiM3 Tue, Nov-20-2018 04:11:34 AM

Re: New M3 Owner - Colorado
 
There's a few of us Colorado folk on this forum.

I haven't personally had work done at Autosport Werks but i've heard nothing but great things.

fattycharged Tue, Nov-20-2018 03:09:45 PM

Re: New M3 Owner - Colorado
 
Absolutely skip Bluewater Performance...owner cost me a LOT of money with my VAG vehicles feel free to PM for details

3zero3 is expensive but they are HONEST and actually know they are doing, whenever I need work on the RS6 it gets dropped at 3zero3


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