1989 BMW 325i

Started on April 26 by crazyb

Ride Rating

9

My Weekend warrior AutoCross car. Sometimes i think this car spends more time on jack stands than racing. But damn it is fun when it is racing.

Full Mod List:

Engine/Drive Train:
-SPAL Electric Fan conversion
-A/C Delete
-Magnaflow Custom exhaust with High Flow Cat
-Miller Motorsports MAF conversion Custom Heat Shield and K&N
-Miller Chip
-JB Aluminum 8lbs FlyWheel
-CenterForce Stage 2 clutch
-Z3 1.9 l Short Shifter
-3.73 LSD

Suspension/Wheels/Brakes:
-Braided steel brake lines
-HP brake pads
- Custom Valved Koni Single adjustable with ground control coil overs
- Ireland Engineering Aluminum rear shock mounts
-AKG Motorsports Poly DIff, rear subframe, trailing arm and offset control arm bushings.
-Ireland Engineering 22mm Front Sway Bar
-Ground Control Camber Plates
-17x9 Rota Grid Wheels
-Hankook RS-3 tires 255/40/17

Exterior:
-Old faded Paint
-Trimmed Volvo front lip
-DTM FiberWerkz flares

Interior:
-Corbeau Forza Seat
-Momo Corse Steering Wheel
- Custom adjustable Clutch Stop(Love this thing!!)
-Ugly tint
-Cheap weighted shift knob

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Comments

Apr 17, 2012 6:55 p.m.
SMBMW:
Who's flares are those, and how are the 255's fitting?
Apr 25, 2012 11:23 a.m.
crazyb:
The flares are from DTM FiberWerkz, and they were able to clear the fronts just fine, in the back i had to cut out the inner lip of the flare but other than that they fit fine and are real sturdy.
Apr 25, 2012 11:23 a.m.
crazyb:
Also the 255 where a pain to fit lots of cutting and clearancing. I think in reality a 275/35/15 would be easier to fit as it is much shorter.

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