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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 Fri, Jan-12-2018, 06:18:05 PM   #51
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This is the cooling kit I purchased that included that radiator: http://www.bimmerworld.com/E36-3-Ser...Stage-III.html

I've only had good experiences with bimmerworld and trust their judgement.

What is bad about the CSF radiators?
Only thing worth anything in that kit is the Stewart water pump.
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Only thing worth anything in that kit is the Stewart water pump.
Care to elaborate?
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Where the pix at?!
Try mobile? for some reason the pics aren't showing up for me on mobile.


The previous owner of the M3 owed me some parts he had laying in storage, got them last night.

Depo Lights:



TSX projectors, original steering wheel and radio:


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Only thing worth anything in that kit is the Stewart water pump.
This is two people now that have had negative reviews of the kit (sans water pump) and who have been asked to elaborate and have not.

Fake news?
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This is two people now that have had negative reviews of the kit (sans water pump) and who have been asked to elaborate and have not.

Fake news?
Or maybe you can just look at the radiator... that was a huge flag to me when I got mine. Child labor welds dolled up with a buffing wheel and a huge sales pitch to match.

Aesthetics and sales aside, here;
http://www.m3forum.net/m3forum/showthread.php?t=528032
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Read through that thread. I guess we'll see how the radiator performs after I get the car back on Wednesday.

On another note I just got my motorcycle endorsement
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Everythings installed. No problems yet. Thermostat opens at 88, accessory fan pops on at 91, radiator fan comes on at 99. Temps are staying stable between 88-91 degrees. The spal radiator fans have the wiring to come on at 91 degrees, but for some reason that connection was making the accessory fan come on all the time. The fan has a wire for a on/off switch thats just dangling atm, eventually I might set that up to use on autox/track days.





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New addition to my fleet...


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Alright guys, just got my m3 back from the paint shop New hood and nose panel, and repainted from the fenders forward. I got the depo lights, stealth undertray, and smoked corner lights installed too.

I also went back and fixed some of the broken image links.









Still need to replace the rest of the trim, its pretty obvious how faded it was after replacing the tow hook trim. I've just ordered all the trim for the front.

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