Doc_1 New Reader
1/9/10 8:41 p.m.

Is it me of did the Mazdaspeed 3 project just come to an end? What the hell, I expected a lot more than tires, MS parts and a Cobb map. Crap epic fail

David S. Wallens
David S. Wallens Editorial Director
1/9/10 8:49 p.m.

More in the next issue.

Osterkraut Dork
1/9/10 9:59 p.m.

It was back-burnered to the 335i. They thought with both of them being red you'd never notice.

DrBoost Dork
1/9/10 10:16 p.m.

They were working hard on it, then they saw that hiddeous front end, then good taste made them let it go for something with a better front end, like this:

Doc_1 New Reader
1/9/10 10:51 p.m.

I have noted the love for the BMW's and such. I have often wondered why the staff does not follow a challenge build or give more details on projects. Maybe it is a bad thing to give the readers too much detailed information. As an example they give the fact that a new cam is used but why and how was it chosen is left to the reader to figure out. Odd The recent bumper fix has less to do with how to fix a bumper and more to do with the need to do it after hitting a cone. Very odd I always thought that grass roots was more a ken to shade tree mechanic. I figure they must have a competent staff who works on cars or they have a lot of work done locally. Odd I see more detail and insight in Roundel. Got to admit that the tire comparisons are good. It (the Mag) kinda reads like a news letter. Not mad or disappointed I am confused. There has to be a hell of a lot of knowledge here but is a secret to all the readers. Might have a lot to do with advertisers or something..... I just do not know.

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