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E36 M3 (1992-1999) {Euro - S50 B32 321hp @ 7400 rpm} {U.S. - S52 B32 240 hp @ 6000 rpm}
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Old Tue, Jun-20-2017, 01:27:40 AM   #21
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Did you have to delete ASC to run the strutbar or did the euro 3.2 not have it to begin with?
Euro M3's have no ASC.

That would be 6 extra ASC tb's
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This has to be one of the greatest threads I can remember on M3F. Seriously impressive stuff all around.
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BMW Traffic Pro

Sweet. My personal favorite for OEM E36 headunits has to be the BMW Professional RDS



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Euro M3's have no ASC.

That would be 6 extra ASC tb's
Lol oooops. Excellent point.
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I've had these for years. I think they are rare.
They are rare.
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Old Tue, Jun-20-2017, 01:53:00 AM   #26
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Sweet. My personal favorite for OEM E36 headunits has to be the BMW Professional RDS



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Automatic Recirc on the climate control.
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Very nice indeed.



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Vader's with lumbar. A "little" unusual I guess.



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The other ashtray was a little camera shy.



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Why have one set when you can have two. Actually they weren't that expensive back in the day.
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I find the Professional headunits to be better suited to the E36/E31. Sorry Jim.
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I find the Professional headunits to be better suited to the E36/E31. Sorry Jim.
Makes sense. Traffic Pro has cool functions, but was not designed for the E36 specifically, and its button layout/design does not match the rest of the E36 interior, which the Prof RDS does.

Back in the days I used the wire 'trick' to reset the SI lights, which works just fine, but when I got offered the original BMW tool for a tray of beer, that was a no brainer. Saves from timing with a (stop)watch






Can you guess what this is? This is one of the parts that took me the longest of searches. It's unique to the non-US convertible and has been NLA since 09/2007.

I've made tons of "WTB" topics on German forums and browsed Germany Ebay for years with no luck, untill a German I know through a forum, pointed me out to a sale, which *could* include this bracket. Could, as it was not visible on the pictures, but something else was on it, which made it plausible this part was included too.

yeah it's just a boring bracket, but one that I really needed.

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...*cool pics*...
Jim E...Jimmy? I thought the name sounded familiar in combination with some of these parts.

Maybe not, but are you Jimmy known as "95///M3" on BF.com?

Or was that the guy with the M3 LTW?

10 years ago I bought the CF console from him (you?) as it was the version with space for 5 switches, instead of 4 he needed.

Bought it for a steal, in hindsight. But that was 10 years ago.
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They are rare.
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