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    ▀▄ eas - e92 M3 Progress/Buildup Journal

    Since the introduction of this forum - we'll bring the journal thread a bit up to speed.

    Announcing the delivery of our MY08 Sparkling Graphite e92 M3. This thread will serve as an ongoing journal of upcoming mods and informational basis for other things discovered along the way.

    Color: Sparkling Graphite
    Interior: Black Novillo Leather/Carbon Leather Trim
    Packages: Technology Package, Cold Weather Package, Premium Package
    Options: EDC, Heated Seats, 6FL iPod Connectivity & Sirius Radio
    Communication: BMW Assist/Bluetooth

    We've had the new M3 for a few weeks now and can say this is a blast to drive.

    Lots may already know us in the iPod/electronics and carbon fibre over the years and that we have a spft spot for these vehicles. What you may not know is that we are very performance oriented also.

    This buildup will expand as we have a select group of engineers working to make this one badass M3. Modifications will be ranging from all fields: Performance, Suspension, Exhaust, Electronics, Braking and Aesthetic with many parts originating from our own designs. Other vendors that are interested in participating in the buildup process are welcomed to contact me directly.

    Vehicle will also serve as a test vehicle for new parts to be released from eas as well as other vendors, subscribing to this thread will allow you to be a part of the process.

    Feedback, recommendations or questions are welcomed in this thread. Here are some pictures from delivery:

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    Enough rambling - time to begin.

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    Oh and by the way...

    Oh and by the way...

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    Break-in is complete.

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    CDV Valve examination

    Our M3 is back from break-in and got her up in the air for a look on the underside. One of the popular modifications is what is called a Clutch Delay Valve, which limits the amount of fluid transfer/engagement of the clutch for smoother performance, but limiting performance for most.

    Rather than go into detail, Zeckhausen has an excellent article here: http://www.zeckhausen.com/cdv.htm

    Location of the CDV on D/S:

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    Comparison of CDV and larger valve on bench - casting numbers are slightly different:

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    Comparison of CDV orifice and line fitting:

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    The CDV does not appear to have any restriction, there is no need for replacement/modification.

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    Wheels 101

    Since the M3 was up in the air, it was a good time to take a look at the wheels. Our M3 was ordered with 18" Gunmetal wheels (since they will eventually be replaced).

    Infamous BBS stamping on rear of wheels:

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    Casting numbers on rear wheel:

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    Casting numbers on front wheel:

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    Stats:

    Front: 18x8.5" ET29
    Tire Size: 245/40-18
    Weight: 50.75lbs

    Rear: 18x9.5" ET23
    Tire Size: 265/40-18
    Weight: 52.0lbs

    We're looking into a few replacements on wheels at the moment.

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    oooooooo nice

    nice build up!
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    Suspension...

    With the weekend over and 1200 mile break-in completed, it's been a blast seeing how this car can actually perform. The new M3 is a real head-turner on the road getting automatic thumbs-up on during freeway driving from other drivers. It's time to make the M a bit more aggressive.

    Next we need an altitude adjustment. There are a few routes to go on the M3 already, with lowering springs being the easiest way to achieve this and get away using the stock suspension components.

    But where's the fun in that?

    We're giving this car the KW treatment. Suspension arrived today:

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    e92 M3 KW Variant 3 Coilovers
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    More info on e9X M3 V3s can be found here: http://www.kw-suspension.com/en/40_N...lang=2&id=1675

    Suspension will have to wait a few days - Baseline dyno tomorrow.

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    KW V3 Coilover install

    Sorry for the delay, it's time to put this project in high gear.

    There is a limited of suspension offerings for the new M3 since the car is still very new. H&R and RDSport are among the companies that offer springs to give the M3 a minimal drop and still keep within the "window" of EDC, which this vehicle is equipped with.

    We've had a few M3s in and out of the shop with both suspension setups and was not satisfied with the stance and need something a bit more extreme.

    KW has been in the scene for some time and fit the bill. With 14-level adjustable compression damping, it is among one of the best kits on the current market. Also since we are equipped with EDC, the kit came with the proper EDC code isolators to keep everything in check.

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    KWV3 - Completed install

    Completed shots of KW coilovers showing its new aggressive stance:

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    Overall, the M3 was brought down about 1.25" in front and 1.0" in rear. We'll revisit the suspension after a couple of weeks for reinspection and fine tune when the new wheels are installed.

    More info on the KW V3s can be found here:

    KW Variant 3 Coilover System- BMW e92/93 M3
    http://www.europeanautosource.com/pr...oducts_id=1910

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    Sharp eyes will notice the new exhaust. More to come.

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    Exhaust Sound test - no mufflers

    Exhaust time. Here's a short clip of what the V8 sounds like with no mufflers:



    Remus install photos coming soon.

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    Remus exhaust

    Next on the list was exhaust. There are quite a few exhaust choices for the e9X m3 already and we will be working with a few of these companies during the course of our building - including our own.

    The stock exhaust setup on the M3 is very good from the headers back to the mufflers, but can benefit a bit on aesthetics from the rear since the stock muffler seems to protrude a bit from beneath the rear bumper. For our first choice, we went with the Remus Sport since this provided a stylish tip and shed about 10lbs from the stock muffler.

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    Matte Black Attack.....

    Moving onto aesthetics.

    The reflectors are simply hideous on this car and take aware from the smooth body lines on the front bumper. Also since the vehicle was delivered with a front plate - those holes needed to be filled as well in order to reverse the damage done from the dealership. After obtaining some flat bumper plugs, we had these and the OEM bumper reflectors repainted in Sparkling Graphite in order to cloak these with the vehicle to clean up the front a bit.

    We're also not fans of chrome - not one bit. There are numerous black items on the vehicle from the window trim, hood vents, lower mesh, you name it. The chrome just doesn't seem to mesh well at all - so Matte Black was decided upon in order to add to an already aggressive look to the M3.

    The front grilles were swapped out for our Matte Black versions as well as the fender gills resprayed in Matte Black to match the kidneys:

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    Also forgot to add one more item that was repainted in Matte Black:

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    More to come...

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    VMR Matte Black V710s installed

    They say the first thing a woman notices is your shoes. The same applies to vehicles as they make the biggest statement. Now that the drop was dialed in, exhaust installed - we needed to get some new wheels bolted up.

    We have a very close relationship with the vendors we choose to work with, VMR not being any bit of the exception. We decided to debut the V710s from VMR ain early June when fitments were being verified:

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    For reference, these are the General UHPs in 245/35-19 in front and 275/30-19 in rear. Vehicle is on stock suspension, a lot has changed since then.

    We have a very unique planned for this M3, meaning all chrome or silver items are out the window. Since the fender gills and kidneys were always swapped for Matte Black - we wanted the wheels to match.

    Wheels are the new V710 in Matte Black, which we will be releasing in early October. Specs are as follows:

    Finish:
    Matte Black

    Bolt Pattern:
    5x120mm

    Center Bore:
    72.6mm

    Size:
    19"x8.5" +25mm Matte Black
    19"x9.5" +22mm Matte Black

    Weight:
    Wheel: 25.0lbs Front
    Wheel: 25.5lbs Rear

    Tire Size:
    255/35-19 Front Bridgestone Potenza RE050A
    285/30-19 Rear Bridgestone Potenza RE050A
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    Rubber is a bit more aggressive as well and we choose the Bridgestone Potenza RE050As in 255/35-19 up front and 285/30-19 in rear. New wheels were installed and debuted at SoCal Euro last Sunday.

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    At SoCal Euro on 8/10/08:

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    Our new BMW Performance Steering Wheel has arrived and just installed in time for SoCal Euro, we've documented the install and will be posting our experience shortly:

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    It's been a busy month.

    Next stage is to be displaying in VMRs booth at AutoCrave in Long Beach on August 16, then the real fun starts as we enter into the carbon fibre phase.

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    User-submitted shots at SoCal Euro:

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    Some shots from EuroCrave 08:

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    remoteKEY

    Backtrack a bit , as seems I skipped over one of our first mods. Click here to enlarge

    Those that have experience with us know about our heavy involvement in integrated devices such as video/reverse camera and iPod integration. The same path is planed for this vehicle as our current e46 - with the intention of presenting vehicle options that are both convenient and non-obtrusive to the driver, as if they were offered from BMW.

    One of the first mods upon delivery was the remoteKEY convenience module.

    A while back we were able to release a convertible top module for the e93 Convertibles that allowed for key FOB-controlled access to the convertible top and windows, as well as one-touch and operation while the vehicle was in motion. Button commands are received and translated by remoteKEY to other factory commands in order to utilize the new features when desired.

    On the e46, folding mirrors was an euro-only option that required an expensive upgrade for US vehicles since the motors were not available separately. thankfully, BMW fitted the US models with the folding mirror option in Premium package-equipped models so we can enjoy the same options as the euro models.

    remoteKEY Product Features:

    - Remote window control: One-Touch operation of the windows and sunroof with the original remote on all models (US and Euro)
    - Automatic door unlocking when ignition is turned off. Avoid having to pull the door handles twice to get out
    - Comfort windows: All windows can be closed One-Touch with the wide "All-Windows" button in the driver's door.
    - User programmable: The module can be individually enabled or disabled. All settings are retained even if the car battery is disconnected.
    - Remote Fold-in Mirrors (if equipped). remoteKEY will fold in your mirrors on alarm activation. Optional autofold or manual fold (double button press) are among your available options.
    - Shop/Diagnose mode: If activated the module is completely passive, as if it was not installed at all. It becomes invisible to diagnostic tools.

    Installation is as follows:

    Open glovebox to access fuse panel/CAN wiring:
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    Access panel removed exposing fuses/wiring harness:
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    Harness pulled for easier access, CANBUS wires are twisted pair in green & orange color:
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    remoteKEY installed - simple 4 wire tap. Green LED confirms proper install & CAN activity:
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    That's it. Tuck module away and close govebox door to prepare for programming.

    Programming:

    All programming is done by using the blinker stalk and the two green turn signal/indicator arrows on your gauge display. Functions are indicated by the left arrow and their settings are indicated by the right arrow. Navigation is done by pushing the stalk down (next function) or pushing it up to move to the next available setting. After selecting the last function or function setting, the setup automatically jumps back to the first function/lowest setting. Each time either a new function is selected or a function's setting is changed, the blinker arrows will indicate the new status by first blinking the function (left arrow) and then the current setting (right arrow).

    To enter programming mode, you will tap the UNLOCK button on the remote fob, then push and hold the blinker stalk DOWN (only into the first position, not all the way!) until the left arrow blinks once to indicate function 1. Now let go of the stalk. From this point on you can navigate through the functions by pushing the stalk down and once the arrows are finished indicating the function and setting, change the setting by pushing it up. The new settings are active immediately.

    To end programming mode, either wait for 30 sec. or insert the key into the ignition lock. End of programming mode is indicated by both arrows lighting up simultaneously for 1 second.

    Programming Options:

    Function 1 - Module Mode (0=OFF / 1=REMOTE / 2=REMOTE+UNLOCK)
    When disabled (setting 0), the module becomes completely inactive and behaves as if it was not installed. This is especially useful when the vehicle is taken into the dealership for inspection/repairs. The module can not even be seen by and does not interfere with BMWs GT1/OPS programmer, nor our Autologic terminal.

    - Setting 1 allows remote operation of the windows and the sunroof by using the original factory remote fob: Press and hold UNLOCK for 2 seconds: Open all windows
    - Press and hold LOCK for 2 seconds: Close all windows
    - Press and hold UNLOCK for 5 seconds: Open windows and sunroof
    - Press and hold LOCK for 5 seconds: Close windows and sunroof

    My personal favorite in addition to the remote operations, setting 2 allows automatic unlocking of the doors when the ignition is turned off. This removes the requirement to pull the door handles twice to get out of the car.

    Function 2 - Compatibility (0=Sedan / 1=Coupe)
    This function allows setting of different compatibility modes for the module. If switched OFF, the module uses a programming sequence known to be "more compatible" but activation of the windows and sunroof may take a couple of seconds after the remote button is released. Setting 1 allows for a quicker reaction and simultaneous closing of sunroof and windows but may only raise the front windows half-way on Sedan models.

    Function 3 - Folding mirrors (0=OFF / 1=AUTO / 2=MANUAL)
    This function allows remote control of the motorized mirrors (if equipped). Setting 1 (auto) will fold the mirrors automatically upon locking/unlocking the car by remote. Setting 2 (manual) allows manual folding/unfolding of the mirrors by remote by double-tapping the LOCK button on the remote.

    Here are some videos of the module in action:



    While it's a bit hard to see in the video - the sunroof is fully operational as well. More info on remoteKEY can be found on our site:

    remoteKEY window Control for 3-series (e9X) Coupe & Sedan
    http://www.europeanautosource.com/pr...oducts_id=1796

    remoteKEY does not interfere with BMWs equipped with Comfort Access. As stated earlier, the module features are intended to be used and not seen with seamless integration as if it were originally offered by BMW.

    Project is coming together nicely. More to come.

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    Carbon Fibre

    Quite a few things have happened since our last entry - we'll be jumping around a bit and getting back on track later.

    Fibre was completed today. Those with e46M3s know how heavily we were involved in the carbon fibre process - with the same intentions for our e92. Since the new M3s come equipped with an optional 1x1 carbon roof, all pieces need to match in order to really make this project come alive.

    Here's some teasers in the meantime:

    e9X Seat trim covers in 1x1 weave:

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    e9X Seat Unlocking Receptacle in 1x1 weave:

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    e9X M3 Mirror Caps in 1x1 weave:

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    And of course, the holy grail - M3 intake:

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    The intake is simply beautiful and will make an already impressive underhood scenery even better.

    The seat fibre pieces will not be installed on this vehicle, with more on this in our next journal entry. Those that have met us at the last couple of meets or have dropped by will know exactly why.

    We have a big day planned for this beast tomorrow. More to come shortly.

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    Carbon Fibre Intake Manifold Intallation

    The intake manifold is the first thing you see when opening the hood to look at the M3 engine. How can you make an already impressive underhood any better?

    We have the answer. Today the Fibre intake was installed. These pictures are a quick overview of the installation process:

    Before Shot

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    Airbox removal

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    Intake Removal

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    S65 Engine without Intake Manifold

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    Intake Manifold Installation/Fitment

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    Detailed shot of 1x1 weave

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    Completed installation

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    This is only the beginning - more will be added underhood as we have some extra time over the holidays.

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    BMW Performance Steering Wheel

    Going a bit out of order as this was installed back in August, just never had the chance to post pictures.

    One of my favorite mods to date is the BMW Performance Steering Wheel (PSW). The OEM BMW steering wheel is a bit thick for my taste, the PSW was right in the middle of a standard e9x wheel and the M3 with a combo Alcantara/Leather construction.

    Features:

    Stopwatch
    Race computer with lap times, section times and 400m/ 1/4 mile race functions
    Display of lateral and longitudinal acceleration
    Temperature display
    Diesel engine: water temperature
    Petrol engine: Oil and water temperature
    Gear shift indicator (user adjustable)

    Features are selectable via the integrated buttons underneath the alcantara in the 10 & 2-o'clock positions on the wheel. While I'm not a fan of the white stitching on the wheel, everything else seems to be right on track.

    Oddly enough, BMW Does not mention the M3 as compatible for the upgrade, as deep into the install we may have found out why. The power and ground wires were removed from the M3 model's OBDII port, which powers the steering wheel - known as lead A1 & A2 on the wheel (Green/Brown & Brown).

    With a multimeter, substitute leads were easily found and we were back in business.

    Stock steering wheel removed, preparing for slip-ring exchanging
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    Floor covering removed to access OBDII port wiring
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    Comparison of slip ring underside - Stock vs PSW
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    Comparison of slip ring top side - Stock vs PSW
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    PSW installed, sans airbag
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    Completed install
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    Overall satisfaction is very high on this wheel, however we have a few ideas on how to make this wheel even better with the possibility of even adding more features to the LCD display.

    Needless to say, this makes the driving experience even better. For those that have questions on operation or installation - please feel free to contact me directly.

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    Here's a teaser of the next mod/entry in our journal:

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    You-know-what just got real. Stay tuned.

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    Sorry for the lack of updates, we've been extremely busy on projects and other vehicles. Here's a taste on what will be coming at bimmerfest:

    Carbon Fibre Interior - Matte Finish
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    Ericsson Trunk
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    More to come soon - we still have a few surprises to show before the event.

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    Ericsson Bootlid installed

    Next on the list was a bit of something to spice up the exterior.

    We're a big fan of Ericsson line and first on the list is the e92 bootlid. I've admired this piece since the very beginning as most parts from Ericsson due to their subtle style that simply commands respect - rather than begging for attention.

    Fitment was very close and needed only minor prepping prior to installation. This particular trunk is of very high quality and flows very well with existing body lines with OEM-like fitment after installation.

    Special thanks to Greg @ GT Motoring for expediting the decklid and getting the piece here in time for paint.

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    Badging is to be installed next.

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    1x1 Carbon Fibre Interior - Matte Finish

    Our M3 arrived with M3 Carbon Leather interior, which I've never really been a fan of. Particularly, the center console doesn't match the rest of the pieces and at times just feels cheap.

    So instead - we'll take matters in our own hands.

    A new 1x1 weave Carbon interior kit was installed with a Matte finish, keeping the interior subtle while still giving an aggressive look.

    Matte fibre doesn't exhibit the deep gloss in typical pieces and has a more reserved look, especially in the e92's interior. We were simply looking for a slight difference, unlike anything else on the market and uniform coverage throughout the interior.

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    Untrained eyes wouldn't notice much of a difference at a quick glance, but seasoned M veterans would notice the change in a hearbeat - which is exactly the look we're after.

    Installed pictures coming first thing tomorrow.

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    Matte Carbon Interior Installed

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    A couple of the Recaros:

    Seats are installed using Macht Schnell's floormounts and OC3 module to eliminate any codes/warning lights.

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    Rogue Octane SSK

    As you probably already know, Rogue just recently released their Octane SSK for the e9x M3, and Ben quickly shipped a kit over for installation into our M3:

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