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    Cool vid, GaR.

    What'd you use to make it? Software? DJI gear? Osmo? Drone?

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    Frederick James wrote:
    Cool vid, GaR.

    What'd you use to make it? Software? DJI gear? Osmo? Drone?
    Cheers

    Premiere Pro CS5, DJI Mavic Mini, Yi Lite, Polaroid Cube, Sony Actioncam, cellphone.

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    Lol cool video mate. Some quality lols. Mean car too. Would be fun to do something like that for sure.
    Does your mate have some plans for it?

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    It'll be kept stock. He's in the process of making sure everything on it works properly.

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    Don't think the horsepower figures means anything being a claimed gross figure but since its all about the torque its doesn't really matter.

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    So who's getting a Subaru ****S?
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    Upgraded my rental this morning. Not a bad car for driving around Central Otago.


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    Did you photoshop the pedestrian wedged in the grill out of that photo?

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    Daynger wrote:
    I have my work vehicles through ASB, they are usually just onselling insurance for a company like Vero, Tower ect.
    ASB used to own Sovereign, but last year they've sold it to AIA, so they're just a reseller now too.

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    suntoucher wrote:
    So who's getting a Subaru ****S?
    lol

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    please god, let it have a badge on the back!

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    AnotherLeon wrote:
    Did you photoshop the pedestrian wedged in the grill out of that photo?
    Bahaha. It actually handled pretty well through the Kawarau Gorge!

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    I have made the decision. I will be adding M-Sport badges to the rear and side panels of my BMW 330i M-Sport. These are genuine BMW M-Sport parts and will just give that extra bit of 'bling' to the car. However, I will not be calling my car a BMW M330i as much as I'd like to, but just show that the car does have M-Sport options;

    P337A M Sports package (Brakes, wheels, interior badging, etc.)
    S704A M Sports suspension
    S710A M leather steering wheel
    S715A M Aerodynamics package

    They are now on order and should arrive in the next few days.

    The way I compare it to, is Audi has their S-line, BMW has their M-Sports, Audi has their S cars (S4, S5, etc.) BMW has their M-types (M135i, M340i, etc.), Audi has their RS cars (RS4, RS5, RS6, etc.) and BMW have their genuine M-cars (M2, M3, M4, etc.). So if Audi can have S-line badging I should be able to have M-Sport badging.

    So while lots of BMWs have added M badges to their cars, when they don't have any M-sport parts, at least mine genuinely does, so why not show it on the outside too.

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    Eww

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    If the factory didn't apply it, you're a poser.

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    Went for a more sensible car and picked myself up an accord euro wagon. Has been tuned so goes really well. Great on gas for towing my trailer with a full load for work around. Legacy wasn't cutting it gas wise

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    KiwiTT wrote:
    so why not show it on the outside too.
    Because this:
    Triple_S wrote:
    Eww
    This:
    Mutton wrote:
    If the factory didn't apply it, you're a poser.
    And someone is just going to steal them anyway.

    May as well get a shopping list vinyled up, I hear they are cool.

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    It was an option the buyer did not take up when I asked BMW
    Mutton wrote:
    If the factory didn't apply it, you're a poser.
    So how many people have not upgraded their car with new alloy wheels that the factory did not fit?
    Last edited by KiwiTT; 20th January 2020 at 7:49 am.

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    The difference is, you don't see too many of them put some wanky Rota badges on their car to tell everyone they bought a set of shit ass wheels

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    Go all out

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    KiwiTT wrote:
    So how many people have not upgraded their car with new alloy wheels that the factory did not fit?
    I probably should have been more clear. If the factory didn't apply the badge, you're a poser. Each to their own though, it seems every BMW owner with a bit of enthusiasm for cars puts an M badge on their car. It's so common it's practically meaningless. I personally wouldn't be comfortable doing it though.

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    I don't understand the up badging thing myself

    people that don't know about cars, wont give you a second look, but people that do know cars will spot the deception instantly and write the owner off as an idiot before they even see them


    Its why I wont ever fit the "Twin Turbo R" badge I was given to the Supra, yes its Twinturbo, and yes it has all the "R" goodies - but as it is a Targa Roof, its not a Legitimate "R" car, and again, people that don't care wont even notice it, but those that do know will put me in the same pool of ****wits that put Chevrolet bowtie badges on their VT commodores with the Buick V6 in them

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    That 'Buick' V6 probably ended up in more Chevrolets over its lifetime anyway but yeah still lame

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    imo its your car KiwiTT, do whatever you like. If youre happy with doing it cool beans, but dont look for support/justification for your choice from others as it doesnt matter. its not going to change anything here if you do, people are still going to rip on you anyways for listing the year, make, model, options package every time you make a post about the car in here.