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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 Wed, Apr-24-2019, 07:54:05 PM   #331
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Thanks! And yea here is the parts diagram with brackets, etc...

http://www.realoem.com/bmw/enUS/show...diagId=51_2270

Some of the hardware is NLA but the splitter and brackets should be. The rest you can piece together pretty easily.

One thing to note, part #12 the air duct. I have one of those, and maybe I'm just an idiot, but I couldn't get it to fit right. So I'm just running the splitter.
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Love the track and nature pics
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Old Wed, Apr-24-2019, 09:53:31 PM   #333
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Damn, dude - this car keeps getting better and better!

Love the new updates, but love the pics even more. Lisa's got MAD SKILLS. Also, is your tray off a little? Lol, JK.
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Does that splitter work with aluminum underpanel?
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Thanks guys and LOL Carlos!



the fitment on this thing drove me nuts, but I came to terms with it just kind of being shitty because race car or whatever.
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Does that splitter work with aluminum underpanel?
It can be made to:

https://www.msportparts.com/collecti...rts-underpanel

I actually have a new never installed Motion Motorsports under panel that I bought without knowing that it will not fit on the GT/LTW bumper (trimmed to make room for the splitter brackets = nothing to mount the panel to) so LMK
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Went to Buttonwillow Tuesday because there's a fine line between "self employment" and "unemployment." But it was awesome! No gate fee on week days lol Managed to set a new PB time on CW13 of 2:07.34, so only about 3/10th faster. I'm feeling like I've hit a proverbial wall and I think I am going to look into some coaching. At this point the clear weak link is my driving; the car does exactly what a full interior, off the shelf coilover car on street tires should do. I've watched lots of video and it's not like I'm on the wrong line, but I am braking early and not staying flat in some areas where I should be. The car could *mayyybe* use a bit more front end grip, but I can probably address that with extending the splitter and going full stiff on the front bar.

TLDR ---> I'm being a *****

Regardless, was fun as hell and I am glad I'm at least consistent within a second or less on clean fast laps. California also looks pretty excellent this time of year. Had to snap a phone pic of the hooptie in track mode on the drive home.

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Well. Thats pretty much ****ing perfect.
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Went to Buttonwillow Tuesday because there's a fine line between "self employment" and "unemployment." But it was awesome! No gate fee on week days lol Managed to set a new PB time on CW13 of 2:07.34, so only about 3/10th faster. I'm feeling like I've hit a proverbial wall and I think I am going to look into some coaching. At this point the clear weak link is my driving; the car does exactly what a full interior, off the shelf coilover car on street tires should do. I've watched lots of video and it's not like I'm on the wrong line, but I am braking early and not staying flat in some areas where I should be. The car could *mayyybe* use a bit more front end grip, but I can probably address that with extending the splitter and going full stiff on the front bar.

TLDR ---> I'm being a *****

Regardless, was fun as hell and I am glad I'm at least consistent within a second or less on clean fast laps. California also looks pretty excellent this time of year. Had to snap a phone pic of the hooptie in track mode on the drive home.

Nate, there's nothing hooptie about this car. Unless you're great at photoshopping haha. Always been a fan of red M3's and this one is no different.

That's the Bimmerworld wheels right? Got any more shots? These look pretty enticing.
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Thanks guys, I definitely use Photoshop nearly every day of my life! But not for cleaning up this car. That's just is an iPhone photo with a quick 5 minute color edit since I can't leave well enough alone, lol. But anyhow, yes these are the BimmerWorld TE:AL TA16 wheels. Very good option for a forged 17 for our chassis. Here are some shots from when I first got them on the car last spring. Mine are the 17x8.5 ET40 with 12mm spacers front and rear. Rear fenders are trimmed, -3.5 camber front and -2.5 rear, corner balanced.

(don't mind the radiator duct, it fell off shortly thereafter on track lol)















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