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E36 M3 (1992-1999) {Euro - S50 B32 321hp @ 7400 rpm} {U.S. - S52 B32 240 hp @ 6000 rpm}
Total Produced: 71,212 - Years Produced: 1992 to 1999


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Old Thu, Apr-03-2008, 08:14:02 PM   #11
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my wheel is basic...but that's nothing a little photo editor can't fix



also got this one...
That wheel is weird. It's cool, but the center is kind of bubbly. It's like the US 3-spoke. Bloated.
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Awesome looking steering wheels! Love the M tri color stitching:
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That wheel is weird. It's cool, but the center is kind of bubbly. It's like the US 3-spoke. Bloated.

future plans for that wheel...



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future plans for that wheel...
There's one wrapped in black suede on ebay right now:

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/BMW-S...spagenameZWDVW
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You can get any wheel from that guy by emailing him.
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You can get any wheel from that guy by emailing him.
Neat. I'll have to remember his name for the future.

An E30 with one of his wheels (like the one Grant wants, or maybe perforated leather) would be über-sex.
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sorry but 4 spoke ftw.....

Jeff, I like it but why not get the OEM 3 spoke you have re wrapped?
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sorry but 4 spoke ftw.....

Jeff, I like it but why not get the OEM 3 spoke you have re wrapped?
Because that would involve sending my steering wheel to Germany. And I like this wheel more.

And no, 4-spoke FTL. The Roundel isn't even colored!
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but really I'd like a 3 spoke - but you guys drop wayy too much money on a wheel for my tastes. Anal, I would do some many other things with your car before getting that wheel - no offense (e.g. saving for suspension )
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but really I'd like a 3 spoke - but you guys drop wayy too much money on a wheel for my tastes. Anal, I would do some many other things with your car before getting that wheel - no offense (e.g. saving for suspension )
I'll probably be able to recoup some of the cost by selling my steering wheel. A lot of people want the 98.5-99 3 spoke, it seems.

I'm happy with the suspension right now. I don't want a drop, and considering how much the car gets driven, I think I'll be able to hold off on suspension until the end of the summer, or next year.

Plus, now I know for sure that I have job this summer, and I should be able to get a decent amount of income from that. We'll see.

I saw this wheel and instantly fell in love. It was one of those "omg have to have it" kind of things.

Part of my rationale is that I have absolutely no plans to buy aftermarket wheels, which seems to be a common and expensive vice. I also have no plans to upgrade the audio system. And as of right now, I am happy with the power the car is making.
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