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new from nyc!!

Discussion in 'Member Introductions' started by lazyboy97, Oct 4, 2012.

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    hey whats going on bmwcca
    i recently picked up a 97 m3 sedan with 50k original. i have wanted this car ever since i was a kid. i used to have an audi but i made it a show car with expensive wheels and air ride. now im goin for the speed. i hope we will be able to set up a track day soon =)
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    Welcome to the club! If you're planning on doing some driver's schools, one thing to consider for the E36 is upgrading your transmission and engine mounts - perhaps not an issue for a first event, but the notorious E36 'money-shift' in part may happen from the engine/transmission actually moving due to flexibility of the oem mounts.

    http://store.uucmotorwerks.com/shar...ail.asp?RowID=1307&CS=uuc&All=&StoreType=BtoC (get the cups too)
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    Satch SoSoCalifortified

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    And remember that the most important element to modify is the nut behind the wheel. . .
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    track days = awesome

    waxing and preparation for car shows = not awesome

    What I meant to say, in a round about Mrs. Bee sort of way is, I love my car shiny and I love my car at the track. I hope to be like you and someday make my "One" a track car and cruise around in an, oh, I don't know, carriage pulled by white stallions.
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    Welcome to the club.

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