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Old Mon, Jul-09-2018, 01:11:54 PM   #291
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always great to see updates in this thread!

sorry if i missed it, but what radio/headunit and app are you running for lap timer? looks great!
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Old Mon, Jul-09-2018, 09:03:18 PM   #292
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Car looks great, I always enjoy seeing your updates. Couple questions...

I'm curious about the weight number, is that with a full tank of gas? Also, do you still have the back seats in there at this point? I like the route you've taken and I think I want to move in a similar direction.

The exhaust sounds awesome in your latest video, sounds almost like a GT3 to me. Your setup is ARH header, ARH 3.5" uncatted section 1, and Scorza muffler? Which section 2 are you running?
3130 lbs was with 1/2 a tank of gas. I have the back seats out with no trunk divider. I pre-ordered the Street Faction seat delete so that will add some weight back in, but looks a lot nicer and get a folding divider back.

And yeah exhaust is ARH header, ARH 3.5" uncatted section 1, and Scorza muffler. Section 2 is stock. I plan on replacing is with a 3.5 resonated section. Probably from the bimmerworld race exhaust or something custom.

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Great meeting you today, Rob. Car looked great!
Likewise, let me know if your BMW crew does any other meetups!

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always great to see updates in this thread!

sorry if i missed it, but what radio/headunit and app are you running for lap timer? looks great!
I have the Xtrons PB7646BAP. Overall pretty happy with it. Only beef is there is a lot of glare on the screen, but fixed that with an antiglare decal.

I ran the GPS though the dash and mounted it under the lower right corner of the windshield. Also use a wireless ODB2 sender that shares speed, gear, etc. The app I primarily use is TrackAddict. Easy to setup and always works.

I have also tried to setup Harry Lap Timer so I can overlay data on GoPro video, but I can never get it to work....
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Old Mon, Sep-10-2018, 02:11:21 AM   #293
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Great to meet you today at Lightning Rob! Car looked super clean 👌🏻
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Old Mon, Sep-10-2018, 06:38:08 PM   #294
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Great to meet you today at Lightning Rob! Car looked super clean 👌🏻
Likewise! Yours and Bobbys cars have convinced me my next build we be an E36.
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One day I'll come down, but my car is slammed on square ZCP's and I'm fearful of NYC roads haha
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good hangin yesterday too! Glad you were able to make it. Rain put a damper on the day but still enjoyed it.

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Long overdue update. Been focused on other racing (Weekend at Spa Francorchamps thread ) so not much love for the E46M. Have knocked out a few small projects though.

First I have been searching for several months looking for an options control module with just the DSC, TPS and Sport Mode buttons. Those are the only options I'm currently using so wanted delete the rest of the buttons for a cleaner look. One finally popped up on eBay so in it goes. Before:



And After. Deletes the heated seat buttons and lights. Couple skuffs on the replacement module but hard to notice without the camera flash:



Also installed the Street Faction rear seat delete. Overall very happy with the kit. Well engineered, fitment was great and I'm exceptionally pleased with the overall look, huge upgrade. Way better than my home depot special I've had in the car for the past few years.

I ordered all the options and all the parts arrived in one box except for the bolsters. Those are still in transit but decided to start the install. Everything arrived well packaged with no damage. Each panel was individually wrapped and the hardware was bagged by part. I weighed everything at 23 lbs (excluding bolsters). Old seat delete and parts not needed that came of the care weighed 20 lbs. So net +3 lbs for my setup.

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I still have to trim the bolster pieces to fit around my half cage. Plus I want to modify the trim piece at the base of the rear window and get is re-installed.

Couple winter projects in the queue:
  1. I had a valve shem come out and damage a spring perch. So want to replace that. Which means taking out the cam... Apparently this is not uncommon with the Supertech springs and big cams. Super annoying.
  2. My exhaust section 2 is near end of life. Heat shield is rattling. So going to upgrade to new SS oversized section 2. Hoping for a black Friday sale :]
  3. Complete rear seat delete install.
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Nice build thread! I see you stumbled across my M3 on your trip to TKX. Post #269 Hope to see you on the track
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We now have exactly the same buttons on our options control module

Was very cool getting to see your car in person again today, the rear seat delete looks super clean.
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Does the seat delete clear your roll bar when it folds down?
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