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Continental DWS tires in Snow - BMW 330ci

excuse the intense techno music... Car is equipped with Continental DWS tires - 225/17 front, 245/17 rear. specs: bmw e46, 3.0L coupe. ZSP on stock sport suspension, 5spd manual. Exhaust is custom with both resonators removed and a magnaflow dual-in/out muffler with a built-in tru-x pipe (probably why it drones). Also have a K&N CAI with an amsoil dry filter (nano fiber element).


 


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