Over the past few weeks, a lot has happened since the E46 entered the shop doors; pulling the transmission, exhaust, and suspension as well as the subframe to fix a few common problems with this chassis. Plenty more is on the way, but we wanted to go ahead and throw an update your way to keep the public informed and dump all of the photos we’ve taken over the past few weeks.
While the market for the E46 chassis is large, it is no where near the size of the more common import chassis’, such as the S chassis. Comparing these two seems a bit unfair; the market appeal of each was aimed at an entirely different demographic, and the cars are years apart from each other technologically speaking. The E46 M3 was regarded as one of the best sports cars of all time for its superior handling and performance, and they are much more affordable to the masses now as time has gone by. The market for these cars was growing exponentially as they became more affordable so it was a no brainer for companies such as Koyorad to start developing more products for the chassis.
RAYS recently released a new corporate logo along with their new website, and check out who’s featured on the front page: