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    Not sure if I'm overstepping my welcome but here goes....

    Not dissimilar to Jake's thread, however, rather than just being random pictures of dope shit, try to keep this one on a theme. Web based magazine style articles and information, epic build threads, Speedhunters/Nori Yaro blog posts etc.

    I'd also rather not fill other peoples threads with my rambling about E30, E21 and 2002 nonsense.

    Random Ideas:
    Epic videos of epic cars, doing epic things.
    Build Threads that caught your eye as being, over the top, unique, extreme dedication to detail, etc.
    Gr. 5/GR. A/Group B/N2/N1/IPRA/Sports Sedans/D1 - etcetera related pictures/videos/articles
    Any grass Roots Motor sports
    Cafe Race
    Any other crazy, cool shit, you find that doesn't fit into other threads.

    Rules:
    Use proper grammar.
    Post dope shit.
    Embed YouTube videos. Don't post links, it looks messy - [youtube] video code [/ youtube] Minus spaces.
    If you're getting your flame on, do it in a constructive way. Don't be saying "That's gay, herp derp, derp". Give an actual reason as to why you don't like something, or what you may do differently given the opportunity.

    Formalities out the way, let's set this thing off. If you want.

    BMW M12/7
    Used in both Touring Cars (BMW 2002's, 320's - GS Tuning, Heidegger and others) as well as F2. Sixteen valve cylinder head, slide throttle fuel injection (Bosch/Kugelfischer). These engines have gear driven cams, typically used Titanium connecting rods, dry-sump oiling - the works. They make power from about 7,000 RPM all the way to 10,000 RPM. The M12/7 was always run vertically (straight up and down) as it was developed for formula car use initially.
    They made around 300hp.




    Bergrennen Tarmac Rally


    Marc Fleury S14 powered E30 drifting.


    Not really a fan of LS* engines, or swaps but this thing is an absolute beast.


    Build thread here - http://www.driftworks.com/forum/drif...e30-357is.html
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    I know this is an older video but I still can't get over how awesome the Tedsport AE86 is.



    From Speedhunters.

    Gone is the trusty but comparatively slow 4-AGE. In it's place is a 2.5 Series 2 Millington engine which produces 318BHP and 230 ft/lbs from it's compact four cylinder, normally aspirated motor.



    http://speedhunters.com/archive/2010...port-ae86.aspx
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    BMW 323I

    Car Description
    K & J Racing built BMW E30 323I Sports Sedan Steel floorpan

    Make & Model
    1988 BMW E30 323I Sports Sedan

    Car Number
    99

    Class / Category
    Sports Sedan

    Engine
    Nissan SR20 2 ltr modified heads, forged ACL pistons, factory rods and crank , 90mm throttle body, 880cc injectors, ceramic coated exhaust manifold with Garrett 600hp ball bearing turbo with external wastegate, Autronic SM2 ECU and CDI

    Horsepower
    Approx. 550 bhp at 8000rpm

    Fuel
    103 Octane Unleaded - Fuel tank capacity - 60 litres

    Weight
    900kg (less driver)

    Suspension
    Front: Mcpherson strut ,adjustable coil over shock with Spax adjustable shocks, K-Mac camber/caster top hats, 3 way adjustable sway bar
    Rear: Adjustable coil over shock with Bilsteins shocks, K-Mac eccentric camber/caster bushes, 3 way adjustable sway bar

    Drivetrain
    5 speed Nissan close ratio, BMW M3 Group A IRS differential 4.1:1 or 4.5:1 diff gears

    Brakes
    Front: 14 inch AP rotors with Harrop 4 piston calipers, Competition Friction brake pads
    Rear: 12 inch Harrop rotors with BMW 735 4 piston calipers ,Competition Friction brake pads.

    Wheels
    Three piece 17' diameter Simmons

    Tyres
    17 ' x 10' Front & 17 x 11” Rear

    Aerodynamics
    Front spoiler, rear wing. sides skirts

    Top Speed
    Approx. 290km/h - depending on diff ratio.








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    probably the best thread to chuck this is. makes me want a e30 again even more.

    this has a 2L s14 engine



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    ive come to the conclusion dan has more STi's than a Subaru Dealership, yeah i went there

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    hows the side exit exhaust on that ls motor bmw
    adm ae86 now one hell of a project
    ae71 small project

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    Quote Originally Posted by riojin View Post
    probably the best thread to chuck this is. makes me want a e30 again even more.

    this has a 2L s14 engine

    Italian/Portuguese 320iS. Rare car!
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    1987 BMW E30 320i 1048BHP(1050nm) M5 3.6 Turbo


    http://www.kellyscarcentre.com/site/e30_m5_turbo.php





    Engine:

    M5 3,6l S36 Engine
    JE forged pistons (comp: 8,6:1),
    American Eagle
    H profile connecting rods,
    Arp studs,
    Custom camshafts
    Head Gasket Replaced with JM7 compression rings
    O-rings around all water and oil channels.
    Custom made intake manifold.
    Custom Intercooler,
    oilcooler in the boot.
    Autronic SM2
    Autronic CDI 500R
    Haltech coils
    Aeromotive fuel pump PN11102.
    Custom oilpan for drysump.
    Turbonetics turbocharger

    Suspension/Brakes:

    Front:
    FK / K&W coillovers with custom springs
    Uniball top mount (adjustable)
    Eibach ARB 23mm
    355mm Ap Racing brakes

    Rear:
    Koni dampers with custom K&W springs
    uniball top mount
    315 mm 4 pots

    Body:

    Heavily modified:
    Widened Rear Arches (about 16cm total) custom made in steel.
    Widened Front Arches (about 11cm total) custom made in steel.
    Engine is mounted 280mm further back for better weight distribution
    Carbon fibre roof scoop.
    Carbon fibre hood
    Carbon fibre trunk lid
    Carbon fibre/ Kevlar front
    Rieger side skirts
    Carbon fibre DTM spoiler
    Black lights with xenon
    New white paint

    Interior:

    Momo seats
    Sparco belts
    Wiechers Cromoly roll cage
    Carbon fibre door panels
    Dash logger
    Momo steering wheel with “easy off”
    Hydr. Hand brake

    Wheels:
    Leon Hardritte / Superstar Bugel
    9,5 X 18 ET 25 Front, 12 X 18 ET -25 Rear
    Yokohama A048
    225/40/18 front, 295/30/18 Rear

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    I'm an avid fan of retro naked sports bikes and cafe racer style.

    Probably the best looking factory bike ever, is the KZ1000 MK2.

    This one has isn't exactly stock but the tank, tail, seat and side plastics are.

    One of my favourite cafe racer style bikes is the BMW boxers. Particularly BMW R45 and R65's.







    I've lost hours on this site. http://www.rockerboxer.com/garage.html



    After I've finished my AE86 and E30, I plan to build a basic Cafe Racer style R65, since they're cheap and LAMS approved.

    Clip on handle bars, hidden gauges and small single headlight, single seat and matching tail, small exhausts that end where the frame meets the swing arm, black wheels and lowered suspension. Would be fairly rad.
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    I want an E30 M3, so badly.
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    RE: BMW cafe racers.
    My dad had an R90 cafe racer in his day amongst a shit load of other bikes. I would argue against getting an R65 as the R90 was apparently way better? IDK, could just be dad's opinion.
    I will be building a cafe racer sometime next year from either a honda CB or suzuki GS.
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    I will legitimately drive nude...

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