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E36 (1991 - 1999)
The E36 chassis 3-Series BMW was a huge hit among driving enthusiasts from the first moment the car hit the pavement. The E36 won numerous awards over the years it was produced and is still a favorite of many BMW enthusiasts to this day! -- View the E36 Wiki

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Old 01-18-2010, 12:28 AM
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, well ill prolly end up texting you later on for reasons even I do not know of . And you will never know its me. Mwahahahahaha
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, well ill prolly end up texting you later on for reasons even I do not know of . And you will never know its me. Mwahahahahaha
hahaha i just read this post and it sounds way to funny but then i read the rest of the thread
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Old 01-18-2010, 12:31 AM
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hahaha i just read this post and it sounds way to funny but then i read the rest of the thread


yes. thats all.. yes.
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Only about 1 . Oh sh!t, nvm I realize almost everyone on here knows i live in Vallejo... Ugh i effed that up
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i post my number alot.... and nothing yet lol
your lucky lol
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your lucky lol
eh what do i care... im on my phone anyways.... eventually people get bored if you laugh at their pranks... they are like oh wait.... hmmmmmm somthing not right here.. while im like loserrrrsss
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MMMMmmm, same gauges I have

Where's the wideband? You NEED a wideband gauge. Period bro.
Wideband gauge??
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Here's what I found when I googled it:

http://www.clubrsx.com/cr/AEM-30-5130B.html
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Here's what I found when I googled it:

http://www.clubrsx.com/cr/AEM-30-5130B.html
I see said the blind man to the deaf dog
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Wow! Double post with a spacer!!! Well done Vic!
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Wideband gauge??
Yes, it measures your air to fuel ratio which is critical and an absolute must on turboed cars. The wideband kit usually includes the gauge, wiring, and a new O2 sensor which replaces your old one. It's called a wideband because it reads a much wider scale of air to fuel ratios than the stock O2 sensor. I'm actually very surprised the PO of that car didn't install one.

Yes, like that AEM one, but I wouldn't get one with a needle. In this case, a digital screen is best.

Like this http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Innov...Q5fAccessories

AEM is good, but get a digital output monitor like I said. I went with the Prosport kit just because it seemed of good quality, and I wanted to test it out. If it's junk, I will be getting the Innovate kit above.

Also, get one of these, sell me your turbo timer, and buy oil temp or water temp or whatever you would like to go along with the wideband.

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/BMW-e...item3358c5eec8
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so........... whats up with those eyelids....??

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Yes, it measures your air to fuel ratio which is critical and an absolute must on turboed cars. The wideband kit usually includes the gauge, wiring, and a new O2 sensor which replaces your old one. It's called a wideband because it reads a much wider scale of air to fuel ratios than the stock O2 sensor. I'm actually very surprised the PO of that car didn't install one.

Yes, like that AEM one, but I wouldn't get one with a needle. In this case, a digital screen is best.

Like this http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Innov...Q5fAccessories

AEM is good, but get a digital output monitor like I said. I went with the Prosport kit just because it seemed of good quality, and I wanted to test it out. If it's junk, I will be getting the Innovate kit above.

Also, get one of these, sell me your turbo timer, and buy oil temp or water temp or whatever you would like to go along with the wideband.

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/BMW-e...item3358c5eec8
Sweet Thanks for the links, I've used one in the past when my Toyota ran NOS, just forgot the "wideband" part of it

Oh buy the way on my wish list at Summit Racing, along with another surprise

The gauge holder link, sweet, thanks
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so........... whats up with those eyelids....??

lol
Still waiting My wife the other night came home and had problems with the Caravan she drives Well it's to old, over 220k

So I'm going to buy her a older Scion XB, she loves the original versions. So it's one M3 or the other So it might be gone? Don't want to sell it and the other guy change his mind and then have nothing So I'm walking a tight rope of what should I do?? Don't want the buyer to find something else either
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Still waiting My wife the other night came home and had problems with the Caravan she drives Well it's to old, over 220k

So I'm going to buy her a older Scion XB, she loves the original versions. So it's one M3 or the other So it might be gone? Don't want to sell it and the other guy change his mind and then have nothing So I'm walking a tight rope of what should I do?? Don't want the buyer to find something else either
let her drive one of the beemers?
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let her drive one of the beemers?
She loves mini vans But she likes imports so I can't complain, but with 3 kids the Scion would be the best for family trips, visits etc.
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