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Rozz

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  1. I've got a couple of things I'd see if anyone needs. Long rear bumper, not in great shape, came off my autocross car when I went with box flares. If I take it apart, chances are that the rubber strip will not survive. $50 plus shipping. I got it via Greyhound, that may be the cheapest option. A pair of K&N's taken off my sidedraft Mikunis. Ugly, but they work. $30 shipped in the US Shift knob and shifter stalk $20 shipped in the US
  2. I believe I have it taken care of. Thanks all.
  3. Anyone else? Shermanmartinez has yet to get back to me.
  4. I'm looking for a short rear bumper for my ugly autocross car. I hadooo yeah. a long bumper mounted, but then I put box flares on it, and they only have a cutout for the short bumpers, sooooo yeah. Thanks Ross
  5. I've got them on my ugly autocross car. The backspacing worked out to an offset of 13mm (although I cannot remember the backspace currently). They do need to be balanced by the lug holes, not the center hole, although many shops are equipped to do it that way.
  6. Driveshaftspecialist.com made a plug and play driveshaft for my 5 speed conversion.
  7. Judging by the length on either side of the oil feed bolt, wouldn't it be impossible to turn it around?
  8. Ha Ha! Now that you said this I've looked at my own picture and it's pretty obvious that the spray bar is longer on one end.
  9. 1. I'm trying to figure out where the timing is on my engine. My problem is that the PO was a little light on info on engine mods. I cannot find a mark on the cam pulley to line up with the spray bar when the valves are both closed on cylinder #1. The cam is supposed to be a 292. should there still be a mark? Also the front pulley is from a 318i (I think), and I don't think that the marks on that are in the right place for this motor. 2. I've seen pictures of spray bars in various positions, mine has the crimp to the rear. Does it make any difference? Thanks, Ross
  10. Has anyone heard from the OP, or is he just ignoring my PM?


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