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E36 /7 Z3 (1996-2002)
E36/7 Z3 roadster and coupe talk with our gurus here.

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Old 01-14-2010, 07:19 PM
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I'm guessing something like it would work (dimensions might be different), but I don't have access to a Z4M to check. Not difficult to figure out if you already have an extinguisher and mounting parts in hand.

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Thanks Ron.

Will dwm's below style attachment mechanism also work on the Z4M seats?

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Thanks Ron.

Will dwm's below style attachment mechanism also work on the Z4M seats?
Tucked in versus the Z3. You got around 15 inches in length so might work tucked in.
If not make an adapter that sticks out like the Z3.






Behind the red extinguisher bracket is a rectangular aluminum bracket.
** screws screw the red bracket extinguisher bracket into the aluminium bracket (tapped).
* Left screw goes through both brackets to the z4 kit tab.
The right screw is under the red extinguisher bracket through the aluminum bracket to the z4 kit tab.


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Thanks a ton Ron and dwm. I will look and see if I can fab something up with cardboard first and try to use one of the off-the-shelf brakets that Summit Racing sells.

I need to figure out a 2lb (or larger) FE setup for the car with a quick release mechanism as its required for the Texas Mile.
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