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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, May-27-2009, 01:56:57 AM   #21
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That's true. I really hope I don't accidentally fill her up with leaded fuel!

Yeah - the Farenheit oil temperature was a necessity, and I had no desire to change my AC controls to Celsius and stuff like that.

No thanks on an Alpina cluster - I like this one a lot.

Thanks - your strut bar was a nice addition and I think along with the full OBC, the aim control, and the power vent windows, the car is just about exactly where I want it.





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I got to spend 3 days in rome last july, i wish i could have stayed longer (but the German GP wouldn't wait!)
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it is... Rob from UUC completed it not too long ago
I know, but he has countless man hours and no posted documentation so right now it's still a guessing game for the DIY'ers.
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Looks very clean, Jeff. Glad to see it finally come together. Let me know what McCoy says about the ODB, etc...
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Old Wed, May-27-2009, 04:40:07 AM   #24
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Nice work Jeff. It seriously looks AMAZING!!!! I would love to do that but I just dont have the patiece to do something like that. Im sure I would end up breaking something
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Old Wed, May-27-2009, 05:40:31 AM   #25
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Looks great Jeff. I love all the work you've been doing to your car. They are small subtle mods, but those are the ones that can really make a big difference.
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Old Wed, May-27-2009, 07:00:48 AM   #26
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Very nice Jeff
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i see i trained joo well
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Old Wed, May-27-2009, 01:37:48 PM   #28
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There's an exclamation point surrounded by a gear in the pictogram row that indicates that there is a fault in the transmission - it's used on the automatic M3 as well as on the SMG. I'm sure there's another indicator in the SMG LCD display (which replaces the oil temperature gauge on SMG-equipped M3s), but the exclamation mark surrounded by a gear is definitely "transmission failure".
also, on mine the m logo in the middle of the cluster lights up when you get near red line. do the manuals do that too?
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Nice work, glad to see you spend the time to maintain the original mileage.

I have the same cluster in my car but I want a 3.2L one from Germany with only km's and celsius. I'm on the hunt but they never come up for sale.

Also, I think I just bought the same steering wheel as you, did you get yours from Germany from a guy named Piotr?
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also, on mine the m logo in the middle of the cluster lights up when you get near red line. do the manuals do that too?
Nope - only SMG clusters.

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Nice work, glad to see you spend the time to maintain the original mileage.

I have the same cluster in my car but I want a 3.2L one from Germany with only km's and celsius. I'm on the hunt but they never come up for sale.

Also, I think I just bought the same steering wheel as you, did you get yours from Germany from a guy named Piotr?
I bought it from an eBay seller named tainik - I'm not sure what his real name is, but he's German.
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