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Old 01-30-2016, 08:58 AM
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Not an M-tech, but still have the 328is. It now has a roll bar, race buckets, harnesses, LSD, and StopTech brakes + R-comp tires will be going on soon.




I've always loved your e36 man. It's very clean, there was some times where I wished you were old and didn't know the value of your car, I'd definitely offer you $8,000

Here's my car.
I'm probably going to weld in rear bar sooner or later.
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I'm having the toughest time finding replacement nylon locking nuts. Only grainger carries them, but I don't need packs of 100. I can probably order them online, but that won't let me work in 50 temps this weekend. Anyone ever had an issue reusing one?
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I'm having the toughest time finding replacement nylon locking nuts. Only grainger carries them, but I don't need packs of 100. I can probably order them online, but that won't let me work in 50 temps this weekend. Anyone ever had an issue reusing one?

What size are you looking for?
Autozone & oreilly should have them.
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Autozone & oreilly should have them.
I've checked lowes/HD and all those local autoparts stores. They all carry about one M6, one M8, and one M10. Threading didn't match up on the M10 I needed.
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I'm having the toughest time finding replacement nylon locking nuts. Only grainger carries them, but I don't need packs of 100. I can probably order them online, but that won't let me work in 50 temps this weekend. Anyone ever had an issue reusing one?
Personally I have never had a problem reusing nylon locking nuts, but I have only done it in low stress things were a nylon locking nut was a bit overkill. If you are worried about the nut coming loss in your application a bit of lock tight will fix that, but it will be a PITA to take off again.
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Where are you looking for nylock nuts? Home Depot, Lowes, Fastenal and most decent hardware stores have them. SAE and Metric.
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I've always loved your e36 man. It's very clean, there was some times where I wished you were old and didn't know the value of your car, I'd definitely offer you $8,000
Heh, yeah, at 34, I'm older than the majority of the regulars here, but not yet old enough to be totally loony. I bet it would be hard to get $8k for my car even though it's in incredible shape and is faster than any stock M3. My Excel spreadsheet is currently telling me that I've somehow managed to spend nearly $20k on it (not including the cost of the car itself) since 2010, so there is no way I could ever sell it and not lose a boat load of money. But that just comes with the territory of modding a car that is already at the bottom of the depreciation curve.

Would love to see the photos of your car if you can get them uploaded eventually.

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I'm having the toughest time finding replacement nylon locking nuts. Only grainger carries them, but I don't need packs of 100. I can probably order them online, but that won't let me work in 50 temps this weekend. Anyone ever had an issue reusing one?
You can reuse them, for sure. Just add some treadlock and call it a day.

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Heh, yeah, at 34, I'm older than the majority of the regulars here, but not yet old enough to be totally loony. I bet it would be hard to get $8k for my car even though it's in incredible shape and is faster than any stock M3. My Excel spreadsheet is currently telling me that I've somehow managed to spend nearly $20k on it (not including the cost of the car itself) since 2010, so there is no way I could ever sell it and not lose a boat load of money. But that just comes with the territory of modding a car that is already at the bottom of the depreciation curve.

Would love to see the photos of your car if you can get them uploaded eventually.

Yeah, I can definitely relate. It's a never ending process- money pit.
I've owned this Subaru for 2 years now, so far I've spent $6,000 on the motor alone, maintenance? oh god, probably like another $2,000

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Pics worked! I dig your Subaru. Looks like it would be a fun car, and a turbo subaru is much easier to squeeze power out of than an E36!

Are you taking it to the track at all?
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Pics worked! I dig your Subaru. Looks like it would be a fun car, and a turbo subaru is much easier to squeeze power out of than an E36!

Are you taking it to the track at all?

I did auto-x a couple of times when I first got it. I had a freaking blast, very fun.
With all the new upgrades, I plan to hit Auto Club speedway, once the break-in is done, of course.
Finishing touches are, upgrading the intercooler, oil cooler, and headers.
Other than that, she's golden.
I upgraded the injectors, fuel pump, Air Oil separator, and etc
I guess you could say "she's heavily modded" LOL'z
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[QUOTE=ZeGerman;9503657]Heh, yeah, at 34, I'm older than the majority of the regulars here, but not yet old enough to be totally loony. I bet it would be hard to get $8k for my car even though it's in incredible shape and is faster than any stock M3. My Excel spreadsheet is currently telling me that I've somehow managed to spend nearly $20k on it (not including the cost of the car itself) since 2010, so there is no way I could ever sell it and not lose a boat load of money. But that just comes with the territory of modding a car that is already at the bottom of the depreciation curve.

Faster than an m3? You mean on a track or straight line?
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On a track I have no problem dispatching stock'ish E36 M3s, but I also doubt I'm much slower in a straight line now because my car weighs under 3,000lbs and has 3.23 gears and feathery wheels. Maybe slower in a straight line by a few tenths. Certainly compared to S50 M3s. But straightline speed is also of zero concern to me.
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^this. straight line speed, as in running a 1/4, is one thing that i don't see as a major aspect of owning a bmw. not that i don't appreciate the ones that do manage to get really incredible times and speeds doing so.

i just think that there are better options for doing so if straight line top speed is your goal.

just like races like nascar appeal to some, open wheel and rally appeal to others. saying one is "better" than another is like saying tacos are better than ravioli. they're both food items, but that's where the similarities end.

myself?? i tend to like rally stuff, turbo awd 4cylinder compacts, le mans as well as "le-mons" (cuz it's just fun and cheating is encouraged.... ) but i can appreciate circle races like nascar and dirt tracks along with drag racing.

regardless of what sort of auto sport one is into, though, there are plenty of options to indulge without needing to do so on public streets.




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^this. straight line speed, as in running a 1/4, is one thing that i don't see as a major aspect of owning a bmw. not that i don't appreciate the ones that do manage to get really incredible times and speeds doing so.

i just think that there are better options for doing so if straight line top speed is your goal.

just like races like nascar appeal to some, open wheel and rally appeal to others. saying one is "better" than another is like saying tacos are better than ravioli. they're both food items, but that's where the similarities end.

myself?? i tend to like rally stuff, turbo awd 4cylinder compacts, le mans as well as "le-mons" (cuz it's just fun and cheating is encouraged.... ) but i can appreciate circle races like nascar and dirt tracks along with drag racing.

regardless of what sort of auto sport one is into, though, there are plenty of options to indulge without needing to do so on public streets.


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On a track I have no problem dispatching stock'ish E36 M3s, but I also doubt I'm much slower in a straight line now because my car weighs under 3,000lbs and has 3.23 gears and feathery wheels. Maybe slower in a straight line by a few tenths. Certainly compared to S50 M3s. But straightline speed is also of zero concern to me.

As far as weight savings you just took out your rear seats, replaced your front seats, and added a roll bar right?

I started a buisness trip at 7am today, on my way to Harvard. Really sucks too because I just got GT1 gling on my bmw-puter and I really wanted to test out my interface and check my abs codes, also I'm missing our first playoff game tonight. oh well I'll be back Wednesday.

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I spotted an E36 coming up for auction at Barrett-Jackson. Either black or really dark blue. Not sure when it will cross the block.
Didn't see it yet. Man these cars are stupifyingly gorgeous! The BMW Isetta Cabriolet is up now though.

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I spotted an E36 coming up for auction at Barrett-Jackson. Either black or really dark blue. Not sure when it will cross the block.
Be interesting to see what's special about it and what it goes for.......

The yellow Isetta Cabriolet just went for $55K.
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Heh, yeah, at 34, I'm older than the majority of the regulars here, but not yet old enough to be totally loony. I bet it would be hard to get $8k for my car even though it's in incredible shape and is faster than any stock M3. My Excel spreadsheet is currently telling me that I've somehow managed to spend nearly $20k on it (not including the cost of the car itself) since 2010, so there is no way I could ever sell it and not lose a boat load of money. But that just comes with the territory of modding a car that is already at the bottom of the depreciation curve.

Would love to see the photos of your car if you can get them uploaded eventually.



You can reuse them, for sure. Just add some treadlock and call it a day.

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Lots of awesome new cars racing this season, including a brand new BMW M6, Ford GT, Corvettes, Lambos, etc. Super awesome diversity

I'm happy as a clam, as I've got a beer next to me, top-tier auto racing to watch for the next 20 hours, and the other half is on the other side of the country visiting family.
Yeah Daytona was sick.

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Ravioli has NEVER been an offering at BF.e though. Obviously tacos are better.
wait,....is that a challenge, sir??


cuz i will so totally bring down some roasted beet and tarragon stuffed ravioli with a goat cheese sauce....






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