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  1. Yeah this thing is more like it, I just couldn't...

    Yeah this thing is more like it, I just couldn't bring myself to shell out $700 or whatever the Defiv kit costs....
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    Very thorough almost like a classic car...

    Very thorough almost like a classic car restoration. Come to think if it, this car will be one of one with full build documentation........priceless!
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    I like it a lot, these guys are not messing...

    I like it a lot, these guys are not messing around......
  4. This is probably a dumb question but why would...

    This is probably a dumb question but why would you need more fuel with a twin setup as opposed to a single turbo? Is it just that the twins spool faster and make psi faster and therefore require a...
  5. E90,E91,E92,E93: Yep I think I will soon.......

    Yep I think I will soon.......
  6. E90,E91,E92,E93: Yeah I was just hoping that the gained negative...

    Yeah I was just hoping that the gained negative camber with M3 arms would kind of mitigate the sensation; I think they will to some extent although a quicker steering rack would be nice also....
  7. E90,E91,E92,E93: Basically I want you guys to convince me to get...

    Basically I want you guys to convince me to get some new M3 front control arms. If I do, will I also need some new tie rods like Mahle upgraded? Also I've noticed a couple spots where the bushings...
  8. E90,E91,E92,E93: Thanks for the links. I have one more slightly...

    Thanks for the links. I have one more slightly easier question. I notice with the stock arms (and with shock tower pins removed so max stock neg camber) that when you turn the steering wheel, the...
  9. E90,E91,E92,E93: Expert opinions wanted re M3 control arms

    So when you upgrade to M3 front control arms on a 335i (both lower and upper arms) you essentially gain neg camber by pushing out the lower edge of the front wheels if I understand correctly. This...
  10. Whoa nelly.......

    Whoa nelly.......
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    Any idea what caused it or got a link to previous...

    Any idea what caused it or got a link to previous thread?
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    The clutch is a 335is clutch which is an upgrade...

    The clutch is a 335is clutch which is an upgrade over the regular 335i clutch....
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    Clutch break in question

    I just installed a new 335is clutch and I know you're supposed to drive easy and shift a lot for the first 400 miles or so to break it in but was wondering if I should also uninstall my tune during...
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    Thanks for the info.....I think I may just leave...

    Thanks for the info.....I think I may just leave the old one in and re-grease it......it doesn't seem to be damaged or anything.
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    I don't see any way to get any type of wrench on...

    I don't see any way to get any type of wrench on the bearing, it's embedded into the transmission input shaft....there's just one little hole on the back of the bearing housing and probably requires...
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    Pilot Bearing

    To those of you that have replaced a clutch, did you use a new pilot bearing and if so, how did you get the old one out of the transmission and the new one in?
  17. Would changing some of the pulleys to aluminum...

    Would changing some of the pulleys to aluminum help prevent this?
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    I just slapped a set of these on my e92 335i and...

    I just slapped a set of these on my e92 335i and would have to concur about the reduction in " bounciness" from the stock zsp suspension. Actually before I got them I had installed the BMW...
  19. How much difference did the front and rear M3...

    How much difference did the front and rear M3 arms make for you?
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    I guess this is assuming that you are proficient...

    I guess this is assuming that you are proficient enough to change out the springs yourself if needed, or know somebody that is (in my case). Not sure how hard it would be to change out rear springs...
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    One more thing that I thought of recently and...

    One more thing that I thought of recently and just reminded myself of is that if I get the Ohlins kit i will get them with the stock springs first and install this way. If I think the rear springs...
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    Pm sent...I also forgot to mention that I ended...

    Pm sent...I also forgot to mention that I ended up keeping the front sway bar that came with the BMW PS kit which I felt improved turn in response (maybe it was just the stiffer springs). The bar is...
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    UPDATE: Sold the BMW PS kit....thought about...

    UPDATE: Sold the BMW PS kit....thought about swapping the shocks with Bilsteins to see if that cured the "bounciness" that I was experiencing but I don't want to mess around anymore, going with...
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    How much did you pay for the KW's if you don't...

    How much did you pay for the KW's if you don't mind me asking? Also, it looks like the wheels in the the pic in post #17 are not the Apex wheels but BMW csl's or reps maybe? Did you change wheels...
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    I think I did see somewhere that the kit is...

    I think I did see somewhere that the kit is better on the 1 series.......I think I'm good with it for now, I can spend some of the money that I saved on some M3 bits and maybe an LSD :naughty:
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