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Old 12-10-2017, 06:49 PM
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The current 1-Series is not available in the U.S. We only get the 2-Series and above.

The Haldex AWD on the Golf R is properly awesome.
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Dio, thank you, but the guys here know that I am a BMW pursuit. I already have a 2005 e46 M3 ZCP garage queen (Cookie just hit 25k miles this summer) will likely never own anything newer than Cookie....it just seems newer BMWs are just too dang heavy, not tossable, and have too many electric gadgets. I would rather get a 'shoe M3 than an M2 (I absolutely hate this stupid new naming system). But, the biggest reason is that I need a hatch, along with 4 doors, hence why I have an aging 325it Sport Manual and considering an AMG, Golf R and X1. The Golf is a Haldex AWD, and can transfer 100% of the power to the rear wheels when need be....and trust me, that sucker was planted like superglue during my test drive.

Karl, it was so telling, driving the X1....I felt uncomfortable pushing speed thru a circular off ramp in the X1...and when driving the Golf, all I wanted to do was to throw more speed into the twisties...but I figured it wouldn't bode well if I wrecked the R before I even bought it. Most of our backroads are still pretty icy and snow covered due to last night's storm.

Now, if I could only find a way to put a Haldex AWD system and Stage 1 turbo into the GTI Autobahn (which has a sunroof) or find a way to add, risk free, an aftermarket sunroof to the R, I would be a happy gal. EDIT: Even the US Autobahn version doesn't have a sunroof. Looks like my Vitamin D will have to come from driving Funny. I just wish I she has an M3 engine in it. Stupid Cookie, she's ruined me for most other cars!

Before I let Snowy go, I will have to post some of the pictures I found of Dino, his brother, and me rebuilding Snowy after the accident..they are pretty funny (well, maybe not to Dino, who volunteered to crawl under the car to help level the bumper!)
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how ya been?? sorry to hear about the family issues. as for the issues with snowey, it is the plight of many older cars regardless of make.

i do like the golf, though.

best of luck with the sale. am struggling with the idea of purging the stable myself. mrs df wants me to get a truck, a 4 door auto truck, because "you never know when we may need to go buy a couch".....

meh,....if i do it'll most likely be a ford product. but still not feelin it....




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Dio, thank you, but the guys here know that I am a BMW pursuit. I already have a 2005 e46 M3 ZCP garage queen (Cookie just hit 25k miles this summer) will likely never own anything newer than Cookie....it just seems newer BMWs are just too dang heavy, not tossable, and have too many electric gadgets. I would rather get a 'shoe M3 than an M2 (I absolutely hate this stupid new naming system). But, the biggest reason is that I need a hatch, along with 4 doors, hence why I have an aging 325it Sport Manual and considering an AMG, Golf R and X1. The Golf is a Haldex AWD, and can transfer 100% of the power to the rear wheels when need be....and trust me, that sucker was planted like superglue during my test drive.

Karl, it was so telling, driving the X1....I felt uncomfortable pushing speed thru a circular off ramp in the X1...and when driving the Golf, all I wanted to do was to throw more speed into the twisties...but I figured it wouldn't bode well if I wrecked the R before I even bought it. Most of our backroads are still pretty icy and snow covered due to last night's storm.

Now, if I could only find a way to put a Haldex AWD system and Stage 1 turbo into the GTI Autobahn (which has a sunroof) or find a way to add, risk free, an aftermarket sunroof to the R, I would be a happy gal. EDIT: Even the US Autobahn version doesn't have a sunroof. Looks like my Vitamin D will have to come from driving Funny. I just wish I she has an M3 engine in it. Stupid Cookie, she's ruined me for most other cars!

Before I let Snowy go, I will have to post some of the pictures I found of Dino, his brother, and me rebuilding Snowy after the accident..they are pretty funny (well, maybe not to Dino, who volunteered to crawl under the car to help level the bumper!)
Hey Jen! Sorry to hear about your Mom. Tough duty when the roles reverse and we have start taking car of them.

I know two people that have Golf R's. Both love them! Hard to go wrong with that choice and they're very detuned off the show room floor. 400 plus HP is readily achievable without a lot of expense. Seems VW aimed to design a 4 door sports rocket that could be pressed into family hauler duty if needed. The X1 is a soccer mom grocery getter and not much more, which I think is how BMW designed it unfortunately. Another hot hatch you might want to check out is the Ford Focus RS. 7 or 8 people locally have one and have been very happy with it. It's handling and performance are similar to the Golf R. I've driven one on a skid pad and with the performance set to "drift" mode it's also an ear to ear grinner.
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I don't know if you are looking at new cars or not but maybe doing a European Delivery would be worth it.
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So I was winterizing and doing some maintenance on my Miata today. I swapped to winter tires, put the hardtop on, changed the oil/filter, changed the fuel filter, put new spark plug wires on, and I was finishing up with a diff fluid change when I got this nice surprise . The black stuff on the paper towel are metal shaving and there was a little hunk of metal stuck to the drain plug. The diff fluid was only 30k old. The diff is still working for now, but it looks like I am going to need a new one soon. I am really starting to miss how over built the e36 drive train is. With the Miata everything feels like it is engineered for 113 HP and not one HP more. It is just so fragile. When I replace the diff I think I am either going to put the 1.8L LSD in or figure out how to shove a Ford Explorer LSD (I think it is from a Ford Explorer) in like in the V8 Miatas.
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So I was winterizing and doing some maintenance on my Miata today. I swapped to winter tires, put the hardtop on, changed the oil/filter, changed the fuel filter, put new spark plug wires on, and I was finishing up with a diff fluid change when I got this nice surprise . The black stuff on the paper towel are metal shaving and there was a little hunk of metal stuck to the drain plug. The diff fluid was only 30k old. The diff is still working for now, but it looks like I am going to need a new one soon. I am really starting to miss how over built the e36 drive train is. With the Miata everything feels like it is engineered for 113 HP and not one HP more. It is just so fragile. When I replace the diff I think I am either going to put the 1.8L LSD in or figure out how to shove a Ford Explorer LSD (I think it is from a Ford Explorer) in like in the V8 Miatas.
Speaking of LSD's, I am heading down to Atlanta for the holidays and I was searching the local CL for e36 parts and found this:

https://atlanta.craigslist.org/nat/p...419362412.html

Would you pay $150 for a 25% LSD with 250k on it? It is an auto LSD which should bolt up to my auto 323is. How clapped out would it be at that milage?
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^Considering your car is an autotragic, I would not invest in to a LSD geared for the autotragic tranny. With 170 HP and an auto a LSD is not going to give you much. Plus if you swap a real tranny into it the LSD is going to be geared wrong so you will have to replace it anyway. At 250k I don't think that diff has much limited slip left in it, so I would be rebuilding it before installation. If you are going to put that much effort into a diff it should be the diff that is going to stay on the car for life.
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^Considering your car is an autotragic, I would not invest in to a LSD geared for the autotragic tranny. With 170 HP and an auto a LSD is not going to give you much. Plus if you swap a real tranny into it the LSD is going to be geared wrong so you will have to replace it anyway. At 250k I don't think that diff has much limited slip left in it, so I would be rebuilding it before installation. If you are going to put that much effort into a diff it should be the diff that is going to stay on the car for life.
How would you recommend packing two seats for shipping? Considering these seats are 70lb a pop.
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^I would probably cut up some cardboard and cover the import bits and frame rails of the seats. Then wrap each seat in shipping saran wrap to ship them individually. There normally is a big charge for shipping anything over 75 pounds, so that should avoid the overweight charge. I think Greyhound would probably be the cheapest option. If that does not work, you could ship them fright in a big box or on a pallet. Just flip one seat over and lay it on the other seat. Then put them in a big box or strap them to a pallet wrapped in saran wrap.
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^I would probably cut up some cardboard and cover the import bits and frame rails of the seats. Then wrap each seat in shipping saran wrap to ship them individually. There normally is a big charge for shipping anything over 75 pounds, so that should avoid the overweight charge. I think Greyhound would probably be the cheapest option. If that does not work, you could ship them fright in a big box or on a pallet. Just flip one seat over and lay it on the other seat. Then put them in a big box or strap them to a pallet wrapped in saran wrap.
If I do end up buying these seats I doubt they will fit in my car to go home. I wonder if I could remove the heavy electric motors to save on the shipping weight?
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If I do end up buying these seats I doubt they will fit in my car to go home. I wonder if I could remove the heavy electric motors to save on the shipping weight?
When I bought my e46 M3 seats I used my e36 to drive them home. I just removed the passenger seat and both front seats fit in passenger seat area. I also got the rear seats and door panels to fit in the same trip.
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When I bought my e46 M3 seats I used my e36 to drive them home. I just removed the passenger seat and both front seats fit in passenger seat area. I also got the rear seats and door panels to fit in the same trip.
Good to know, I will give that a shot. Anyone know how easy is it to rip out power and heated seat wiring and install it in another E36?
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Old 12-11-2017, 07:24 PM
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^Considering your car is an autotragic, I would not invest in to a LSD geared for the autotragic tranny. With 170 HP and an auto a LSD is not going to give you much. Plus if you swap a real tranny into it the LSD is going to be geared wrong so you will have to replace it anyway. At 250k I don't think that diff has much limited slip left in it, so I would be rebuilding it before installation. If you are going to put that much effort into a diff it should be the diff that is going to stay on the car for life.
I agree with all of this. My manual transmission 328 barely has enough power to make any use of an LSD on a race track under wide open throttle. An LSD in an automatic 323 is a total waste of time and effort. There simply isn't enough power available to warrant an LSD in that car. Trust me, all it will do is make your wallet lighter. The car won't feel any different.
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Good to know, I will give that a shot. Anyone know how easy is it to rip out power and heated seat wiring and install it in another E36?
Power can easily be run off the cigarette lighter. Here is a DIY for putting in heated seats https://www.bimmerforums.com/forum/s...t-Step-by-Step. Looks like a bit of a nightmare to me. My car came with non-power heated seats so I only had to retrofit power with is easy.
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Power can easily be run off the cigarette lighter. Here is a DIY for putting in heated seats https://www.bimmerforums.com/forum/s...t-Step-by-Step. Looks like a bit of a nightmare to me. My car came with non-power heated seats so I only had to retrofit power with is easy.


The guy sent mea bunch of pictures and I bought the seats with paypal. I am very excited since the rest of my car is in amazing condition minus the seats and the passenger side door card buckets.

As much as I would like the wire everything up OEM I think I am just going to make a high quality power harness.
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That is great news. I always liked the idea of an electric cut out. A loud exhaust can be fun but it gets annoying after awhile. An exhaust that can switch between quite and loud at a moment's notice, that is the best of both worlds.
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DF! How are you? Read up that you are getting ready to do a lateral move at work and that your art is going well. Good on ya, mate

Thanks Don, for the idea about the Ford...but I am reading horror stories about things blowing up on those cars. As much as the electrical gremlins worry me on a VW, at least they must be better than Ford quality.

Found a garage yesterday for Funny and Cookie. Of course, the stupid RE broker offered me a $50 increase on the rent (than what was listed on CL). Waiting to hear back as I want to get my cars out of the weather before Christmas.

But, the bottom line question is...to empty the wallet or not to empty the wallet. That is the question. All I keep thinking about is that the cost of the R is the cost of the kitchen cabinets or the bathroom remodeling. Homeownership sux sometimes. Not that I can't..its a question of if I should...but I really don't like driving Snowy around anymore.
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So I won't be able to pick this up on my way back from TX?

Sad yet happy at same time.






glad you and your E36 are staying around a little longer.
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A fool and his money are soon parted.....
I'm pretty sure that auction was nullified after it ended because the bids were determined to be bogus (not surprisingly).
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