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Old 05-30-2007, 11:54 AM   #31
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1991 318is. got some 5 lug shit out back, coilovers and dubs in the storage closet. yeaaaaaaaaaah

future mods: looking to buy late model e38 regular wheel base or late e39 m5.

Do it.


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I get mad Armenian and Persian waffleswaffleswaffleswaffleswaffles driving that thing everyday........
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Old 05-30-2007, 12:15 PM   #32
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Do it.
I get mad Armenian and Persian waffleswaffleswaffleswaffleswaffles driving that thing everyday........
Like this:

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Old 05-30-2007, 01:30 PM   #33
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im willing to bet that everyone who posted up there mods actually have the fast and furious trilogy on dvd
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Old 05-30-2007, 01:41 PM   #34
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1987 335is
Schwartz - Grey

Drivetrain, etc:
1988 M30 B35, Dinan chip
E28 535i radiator
1985 M635 lightweight flywheel
1988 M5 Getrag 280 trans
E36 M3 short shift
Modified E36 M3 driveshaft
1987 635csiA 3.46 LSD
Straight 2.5" with M roadster muffler
Warm air intake

-Exterior
Shadowline trim and kidneys
Plastic bumper swap
335is badge
Euro smiley ellipsoids

-Suspension
KW 60/40, rear spring pads removed

-Interior
Grey sport leather interior (originally cardibarfinal red)
Crack free dash swap
Clarion Blarion CD MP3, MBQuart crossovers, stock speakers

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1990 M3
Sterling - Grey

Drivetrain: stock

Interior: stock, soon CD43 and E36 HK

Exterior: H&R springs, E34 M5 throwing stars (covers removed), glass moonroof, MHW tails
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Old 05-30-2007, 02:00 PM   #35
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Why not.

'91 Sterling Silver 318is


Suspension:
-H&R Springs with Bilstein Struts

Exterior:
-Heh..iS lip delete via previous owner?
-Limo tint on rear windows, arizona legal on front two
-European plate 'ROCKNE30'

Wheels/Tires:
-15" OZ Racing Monte Carlos with Yoko EVS100's
-14" spray painted basketweaves with Falken RT-215's, soon to be powdercoated

Interior:
-Recaro buckets
-Alpine CDA-9853 head unit
-Alpine Type S 5 1/4" rear deck speakers
-Power Akoustics 5 1/4" kick panel speakers

Exhaust:
-Dynomax 2 1/4" Super Turbo Muffler with 2 1/4" piping from the cat and back

By the end of summer I will have:
-Fidanza lightweight flywheel with Sachs clutch kit
-Downing Atlanta Supercharger kit
-New wheels and tires
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Old 05-30-2007, 04:14 PM   #36
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1990 325 iS

brilliantrot on natur
originally auto trans

exterior
deleted badge
pinstripe removed
euro bumper strips
factory iS front valance
factory iS decklid spoiler

interior

headlight warning chime
factory installed maplight mirror
Mtech-2 steering wheel
M3 gauge cluster
UUC short shifter, with weighted UUC ///M knob
(currently all tan/natur. swapping to black in a week or two)

drivetrain

1999 S52 converted to OBD1
24lb injectors
3.5 HFM
conforti software
1999 M3 5sp ZF trans
2000 M-coupe 3.23 LSD
UUC 8lb flywheel
E34 M5 clutch
UUC stainless clutch line

exhaust

stainless headers
UUC RSC36 stainless cat back system, modified to fit E30
E36 M3 OBD2 cats (dual cats)

suspension/brakes

5 lug conversion using all E30 M3 parts
stock M3 springs/bilstein shocks/struts
M3 sway bars
M3 subframe front and rear
ireland engineering poly "street" bushings
slotted rotors
UUC stainless brake lines

wheels/tires

OEM DS2s, staggered 8.5 and 7.5
BF goodrich G-force, 215/40/17 and 235/40/17
10mm H&R spacers in front, 12mm in rear


im sure i forgot some stuff.

i'll get new pics soon..

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Old 05-30-2007, 04:36 PM   #37
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Not too many mods..

1985 schwarz 325e 5-speed

Exterior
-late model aluminum bumpers
-87 basketweaves painted buckskin gold
-late model lower valance and soon to be installed i lip
-late model headlights

Interior
-Momocourse bucket seat
-clutch stop
-M5 floormats
-8" bazooka tube sub
-hardwired 1 million candlewatt spotlight (<<tons of fun)

Drivetrain
-m20b25 engine
-Dinan performance chip
-Z3 2.8l short throw shifter with new linkage

Soon to come!
-rebuilt head with a schrick 284 cam
-strut and sway bars
-H&R Springs with Bilstein Struts
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Old 05-30-2007, 07:34 PM   #38
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Can we sticky this in Member's Rides as a mod-list thread?
Done. Made it "Official", too.

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Old 05-30-2007, 09:50 PM   #39
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im willing to bet that everyone who posted up there mods actually have the fast and furious trilogy on dvd
Just Tokyo Drift. On HD.
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Old 05-30-2007, 09:59 PM   #40
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im willing to bet that everyone who posted up there mods actually have the fast and furious trilogy on dvd
Nope don't have any F&F dvd's, but i do have Two Lane Blacktop on dvd

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Old 05-30-2007, 10:19 PM   #41
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Model: 1985 325e
Exterior color: Schwarz
Interior color: Black cloth

Exterior:
- Euro front bumper
- Shadowline trim
- Euro rear plate filler
- Body color side mirrors
- Euro grilles
- MHW turn signals
- Hella H4/H1 headlights

Suspension:
- E30 M3 springs
- IE front strut brace
- Turner rear shock mounts
- IE street subframe bushings
- IE urethane trailing arm bushings
- 666 Fabrication skidplate

Engine:
- 89 M20B25 motor swap
- 173 ECU w/aftermarket chip
- 17.5lb M50 injectors
- M30 air flow meter
- Lukas Motors heatshield
- Custom intake pipe and cone filter
- Custom exhaust
- Late model cooling system swap
- Air conditioning removed
- Cruise control removed

Driveline:
- 91 318i steelies w/hubcaps
- Z4 2.5 SSK
- 3.25 LSD [soon to be 4.10 LSD]

Interior:
- Black cloth seats
- Black door panels
- E46 ZHP shift knob
- Brushed gauge cluster rings
- Panasonic head unit
- MTech 1 steering wheel
- Swapped in crack free dash



Hmm, I think that's it. It's just the DD.
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Old 05-30-2007, 10:22 PM   #42
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im willing to bet that everyone who posted up there mods actually have the fast and furious trilogy on dvd
Just have them downloaded onto my HDD when I need a good laugh. It was just kind of fun to recap all that I have done to my cars..
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Old 05-31-2007, 12:38 AM   #43
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Half E30...

Model: 1997 318ti M-tech
Exterior color: Schwarz II
Interior color: Black cloth/leather
Options: Sport Package, Sunroof

Exterior:
- Euro ZKW Ellipsoids with 4300k H1 HID
- Smoked clear corners and sidemarkers
- OEM clear tail lights

Suspension:
- Ground Control 450f/550r
- E36 M3 Bilstein struts & Bilstein sport shocks 25% re-valve
- E30 M3/`95 M3 LCAB
- `96+ M3 swapped strut hats
- Ground Control Race RSM's
- IE street subframe bushings
- X-brace

Wheels/Tires:
- 17x8.5 Kosei K1's with 245/40 Bridgestone Potenza RE-01R's

Engine:
- Not worth bothering with

Driveline:
- UCC Enforcer street tranny mounts
- MZ3 diff mount

Interior:
- Jim's Upholstery headliner

Sitting in Garage:
- E36 M3 front spoiler
- E36 M3 strut tower reinforcement plates
- E46 330i front brakes

Future:
- S52 swap w/ cams, M50 manifold, etc.
-`99 M3/MZ3 steering wheel
- MZ3 trailing arms
- Lots of other ideas...
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Old 05-31-2007, 01:11 AM   #44
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Half E30...

- S52 swap w/ cams, M50 manifold, etc.
-`99 M3/MZ3 steering wheel
- MZ3 trailing arms
- Lots of other ideas...
Just FYI, I owned a '95 ti with an OBD1 converted S52 with cams (as you described, essentially), and during my ownership all I could ever think was "man, I messed up by putting this swap in a ti... what I wouldn't give to put it in a proper e36"

The e36 rear suspension makes a world of difference - especially when it comes to handling that power.

Not to mention it looks significantly better.

-Evan
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Old 05-31-2007, 05:59 AM   #45
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Not to mention it looks significantly better.

-Evan
i bed to differ.. i think the ti is one of the better looking E36 cars.
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