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  • Let's see all those White E30 M3s

    As the subject says post 'em up!

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    1990 e30 m3

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    • #3
      here be a couple of mine


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      • #4
        Here's my '89:









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          What front bumper is that, it looks good?
          1986 Mercedes 190e 2.3-16 Cosworth: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-JNJ-qVPBkU

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          • #6
            It looks like the DrCar front end.

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            • #7
              Thanks, it is the Dr Car

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              • #8
                See SIG below And there are a few more in my gallery but they are all before my new paint job
                http://JoeysM3.com

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                    and....on stock wheels;

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                      I knew I had some lying around of Ryan's car. E30 converted to M3 with s50 power.
                      Gone but not forgotten 1988 E30 M3 - Current ride Mazdaspeed 6

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                          Next to be installed Euro Smiley lights and grills, and Recaro Speed in leather! Just waiting for the recaro brackets.

                          Suspension: What should I do? Leaning towards H&R Race, Konis, and ST Sways with reinforcements. I want the car to more of an agressive stance. Especially the front. (BTW, cant afford and have no need coil overs, have a GSXR for my track needs, but maybe some autocrosses)

                          I Need suggestions!
                          Drive it like you stole it!

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                            I would go with the H&R springs for what you are describing.

                            My car (above) is lowered roughly 1" front and rear from stock. I think it would look a bit better somewhat lower, but if you are planning to really drive the car much you have to be sensible with the lowering thing. They don't have a lot of clearance stock, and I initially lowered mine roughly 2" (I have GC coilovers). The car was unmanageable that low. I went over a heave in the road which struck the end of the header when the car was in low mode. I was lucky there was no major damage.

                            Lowering the car also greatly increases bump steer, and gives you excessive rear camber. These problems can be addressed with assorted additional bits of hardware, but it sounds like the sort of thing you don't want to deal with if you just want the car to look better.

                            Even lowering the front 1", IMHO you still need Ackerman spacers to correct for the bump steer, or your car will be a bit twitchy. Some are apparently willing to live with this. I was not.

                            HTH

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                              - Tire is the other control arm bushing.

                              zhpregistry.net

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