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Everything posted by nerdydorkus

  1. Thanks Toby, those spring spacers are a much lower cost alternative than what I was finding.
  2. Oh gosh, I hope I see the next sale in time before it expires! I missed out on this one.
  3. Hi guys, My car is an M20 swapped street car, and I have front coilovers that need springs. It is a koni race strut,, IE spring perches, e21 hub, IE camber plates. Anyone have any input on what front spring/rate/height to get? My only find so far: https://www.summitracing.com/parts/eib-7002501100?seid=srese1&gclid=Cj0KCQjw0IDtBRC6ARIsAIA5gWsANyY4s8MOZv-LV5WqcTtf2nLUNg67TvfBvqlqWL2TUqHe7NWqJx8aAhNrEALw_wcB For the rear, I have Bilstein Sport struts and just want to add height adjust ability and a OEM style rear spring to closely match the front. Don't want to go coilover because of the fab work involved with reinforcing the strut towers. Maybe IE perches? But what rear spring? http://www.iemotorsport.com/bmw/item/02rha.html Ground control makes these, and can possibly provide different spring rates, but I'm a little lost on what spring rate I would need.. https://groundcontrolstore.com/collections/e9-e10/products/bmw-e10-height-adjuster-conversion-kit-rear-bmw-2002-67-76
  4. Sorry guys won't ship. Too much hassle and cost. Need these gone, price lowered to $150 picked up in San Marcos, CA.
  5. Not to be a negative nancy, but isn't a new genuine prototipo $200 and the ebay flashpower hub is $65?
  6. Complete E21 Steering Wheel, the only imperfection are is the emblem underneath the surface plastic, I actually think it adds character. Located in San Marcos, CA. Free ship with full asking price.
  7. I went with Miata seats, got the pair for originally for $50. I really liked the silhouette of these seats, they look a lot like the older Porsche 911 style seats. Then added upholstery and welded together some simple seat brackets. MUCH less cost intrusive as the Recaros that everyone runs.
  8. I have also tried and was not successful in finding manimal mounts, not sure he makes them anymore. Luckily, a few other companies have started producing. If I were to do the swap all over I'd buy these. They look like they've been produced on a well set-up jig and zinc coated for corrosion resistance. IE Engineering http://www.iemotorsport.com/bmw/item/2002m20sm.html
  9. Pretty great! I do have a printer, would you be willing to share the 3d file? I'd be happy to throw some cash your way for the design.
  10. Whoa, I live in San Marcos too, any local pickup discounts
  11. Hi guys, sorry I've been out of the country. I just got back and am shipping my OEM cards on Saturday to Condor. Apologize for the wait. No rear cards yet, this group buy is just for front cards for now. The front cards will mount into the OEM holes using OEM clips, and can be used as standalone or it can be used under your stock upholstery. The optional holes are half drilled on the backside so it's up to the customer to choose what manner to use them.
  12. Will do, I'm packing up my OEM door cards this weekend and shipping them over to Condor. Not sure on the ETA but once I get a date I'll keep everyone posted. Trying to get things going as soon as possible. V1 was a card that extended to the edge of the door and had to be drilled/riveted/rivnutted into place. V2 uses stock mounting holes, just throw those OEM clips in and you're done. Pretty much a close replica of the stock one.
  13. They have a rivet in version of the rear cards, they are flat though, they won't indent in like the stock rear cards. What type are you guys looking for?
  14. I'll take one with a key. Can I combine shipping and order some more stuff from you guys?
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