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  • #61
    Yesterday and today....trans detent service, Input/output shaft seals, selector rod seal, crankshaft rear main seal (used the BMW drift...perfect), new TO bearing, sleeve, fork and SS pivot pin and clip, new clutch slave, Rogue SS clutch line, JB Racing SS 15lb flywheel and Rogue clutch kit, pilot bearing, rebuilt RE octane shifter (new cup), Poly shift carrier arm to chassis mount, Rogue trans mounts, new giubo, new drive shaft center support bearing and centering bush, new OEM engine mounts......I AM FRIGGIN TIRED and thank God for my Quickjack. :-) Hope to get it buttoned up and on the road this weekend....oh yeah reinstalled my newly recovered headliner and redid my shifter boot last weekend.

    Next up in a month or so is subframe/diff bushings, rear camber arms, diff seals, RTABs (again), weld in RTAB pocket reinforcements, front control arms, inner and outer tie rods. Then off to the paint shop to refresh the AW paint. :-) Gonna be a gift for my son when he graduates college next year with his ME degree. Want it to drive like new.

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    • #62
      On my 97, replacing a HID ballast....can't seem to find a reliable, think ballast for the aftermarket HID systems. For my 99 vert, coordinating to get the top replaced and replacing the brake booster sensor

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      • #63
        I got my car inspected today, so it'll be legal while it's on jackstands for the next 7 months.
        1997 M3 Sedan Journal

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        • #64
          New front wheel well liners, new wiper shrouds, reinstalled the front under tray, converted all 4 hubs to wheel studs...

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          • #65
            Got some Ground Control "Street" Camber plates to go with my recently purchased KW V1s

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            • #66
              Finally resolved my 99 vert ASC/ABS light.....replaced both rear wheel speed sensors. They both look fine, had the parts on hand anyways brand new so figured, why not? Also did a brake fluid flush while I was in there.

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              • #67


                The beast captured in its native habitat

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                • #68
                  Towing it in to paint those foglight covers? Or just a car wash?

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                  • #69
                    dirt don't slow you down!

                    a dead alternator does though

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                    • #70
                      Haven't you played gran turismo? Cars faster after a car wash. It's science.

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                      • #71
                        You could always sit in your car and have the tow truck driver chauffer you around. It's almost like driving your car.
                        Joe's 1998 M3 Journal

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                        • #72
                          Removing dirt = weight reduction
                          Adding paint to foglight covers = weight addition

                          Looks like it's... a wash 🌆

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                          • #73
                            First track day with the new stroker motor at Thunderhill West this last Saturday. 113F and the E36 had no problem staying cool. The stroker motor has an insane amount of torque and truly felt at home on the track. Need to sort out my braking issues before the next event and change out the rear suspension bushings (RTABS, diff bushings and subframe bushings)

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                            • #74
                              https://youtu.be/763Gr7qswjE

                              Removed the engine from the Touring so the S50b32 has a home!

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                              • #75
                                Great work. Keep us posted!

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