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    R3Vlimited/BBQ2U PRO3 build/Journal

    This is the build thread for my BBQ2U/Accuracy Automotive/R3Vlimited PRO3 race car. Please enjoy. The first few posts will be catching everyone up to where I'm at currently.

    I will be updating the information when I have time.

    Chassis:1987 325Is.
    I drove it to the E30 picnic in 2011 to get a rough Idea of how the chassis/engine felt and ran.

    Here it is before work began:






    The Interior looks decent it pictures but it all was trashed and thrown away with the exception of the drivers seat.

    Disassembled:



    Nice and stripped, ready for a cage but first...

    RA1's and baskets:


    Bought the wheels and RA-1s from Rich Milham, who is pictured here, Rich was my first instructor and was just getting out of racing at the time.




    Sticky rubber is always better.
    Last edited by Jparkr; 02-20-2012, 04:00 PM.

    1987 PRO-3 car /1990 325is (2.7i Concours)

    #2
    Time to get to TC Motorsports and Godspeed Fabrication for the roll cage.

    I decided to drive there and for safety I asked Justin to follow me.

    Go time:

    yes, my cluster was held in place by a big bungee cord.

    Here is Justin posing next to the car just in case I died on the way up. lol.


    Cage building progress:













    1987 PRO-3 car /1990 325is (2.7i Concours)

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      #3
      Cage complete















      ^ My car's head mechanic Reid








      Sunroof delete

      Suspended the panel in place, then marked where we would drill the holes for the supports


      Drilled holes in the panel


      Nate drilling holes in the chassis


      Me prepping the metal for the 8115 panel bonding we will use as the final act of securing the panel in place.


      Nice and flush


      Here is how we suspended the panel. We used these bolts to weld on.


      Tacking the panel and chassis to the bolts


      Tacked in place


      Scuffed


      This is the panel bonding, 8115. If you know it, you know its serious business and basically liquid weld






      Smoothed out


      Chris sanding it all smooth


      No more sunroof!

      Next update is painting!
      Last edited by Jparkr; 02-20-2012, 03:59 PM.

      1987 PRO-3 car /1990 325is (2.7i Concours)

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        #4
        Paint


        Roof scuffed and primed




        Disassembled




        Before shots


        scuffed




        Primed


        Oh, its go time!


        Me painting the cage


        Nate and I doing work








        Cage is painted a orange for the look of Fire. This is the BBBQ2U car after all.




        Interior painted grey


        De-masking


        Quick done shot of the interior


        scuffed and masked






        BBQ pit black!

        This is also done in satin so panels can easily be replaced, if any on track incidents occur.




        time to re-assemble


        Dash back in.




        Back up in my shop. Accuracy Automotive.

        Next update is suspension and brakes

        1987 PRO-3 car /1990 325is (2.7i Concours)

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          #5
          Nice! This is lookin good. Keep it up!
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            #6
            Splendid build, cage looks excellent.
            88 325is. S54, CSL airbox, Motec M800, Motec C127, Motec PDM15, Stoptech STR, MCS 2 way coilovers, Forgeline wheels, Recaro SPA, Eisenmann, Personal, lots of custom.

            90 318is. As new OEM+, BBS LM, AST 4210 2 way coilovers, Wilwood SL6R/SL4R, Dynaudio, Recaro Experts

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              #7
              Looks good man!
              alexw
              (2) E30 tourings - sold, E30 M3 - sold, 89 325ix sedan, 91 318is slicktop
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                #8
                Great build so far. Can't wait to see what happens next.

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                  #9
                  great build!
                  95 7.1L 16V E36 M3
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                    #10
                    I like. In for more updates.
                    S50'd

                    Originally posted by TDE30
                    What is this faggy shit I have happened upon?
                    Originally posted by slammin.e28
                    I can always live in a M3. Can't M3 a house.

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                      #11
                      Nice work.

                      I'm also busy to build a cage.

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                        #12
                        Awesome so far! also just gave me an idea for a cleaner looking sunroof delete... I assume that compound can be bought for noncommercial use?


                        Go here be happy!

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                          #13
                          Wow, your car looks great. Awsome Build:up:

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                            #14
                            I love it! I am doing the same thing to get rid of my stupid sunroof =)
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                              #15
                              looking good! in for more updates. oh and i love the cage color!

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