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M2M3 last won the day on November 19 2020

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  1. M3 clutch barely clears the 245 bellhousing. anything that gets in there could cause an issue. when a 245 is modified for the S14 speed sesnors, a little space is created that the stock 2002 inspection plate does not cover. when the s14 is used with the 265 trans as in the e30, there is a cover plate that closes the opening off.
  2. clutchmasters fx300 kevlar sprung hub
  3. In my best Python Black Knight voice....Its only a flesh wound!!!! think debris got in the clutch and caused hat to intersect bellhousing at about 7k RPM. i wish it was just a strap like yours! 245 trans case destroyed. no tunnel damage. it was a CM Stage2 clutch. friction disk still looks new despite 8k mostly track miles. it was last planned track day for the year, in that car. sourcing parts for the winter rehab!
  4. back to my comment... " If more hp is wanted, m20 also a far cheaper path." 😎
  5. As a guy with two s14 powered cars in the garage, the s14 is good for two things. Blasting around a track, or winning a cars and coffee. Power is all above 5k rpm. It is a slug is any street driving environment. Drive an e30 325 and an e30 M3 back to back and it is immediately apparent the m20 is a much better engine for use on the street in stock form. If more hp is wanted, m20 also a far cheaper path.
  6. looking for a front subframe so i can do some experimenting with engine mounts. best is a crappy rusty one stripped of all parts. anyone in DMV have one laying around in dead parts pile? thanks!
  7. LOL...given the amount of time the car spends on track collecting paint nicks on the nose and wheel wells, that would be a bit hypocritical...😎
  8. Hmmm... Taking $20k in equity out of the car....🤣🤣
  9. Agree. There are better engine choices for swaps than S14.
  10. some people learn through repetition.....;-)
  11. may i suggest you go to the Articles section on this site and start reading. https://www.bmw2002faq.com/articles/
  12. not really about a "specialty" shop as much as it is about a shop with techs that will work with you to set things that aren't the stock setups that are in the generic computer. any shop with std alignment rack can do the work, they just need a service manager and tech that are willing to work outside the box. of course, if the 2002 is stock, no shop is needed at all....or at least ANY shop can do it as front toe adjustment can be done by anyone with little to no training.
  13. that rear toe is odd. toe out in the back is not exactly what you want. what adjusters are in there? seems like whoever put them in did not install them correctly...
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