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  • Birthday 05/10/2002

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  1. I have a nardi like the one you are looking at and I love it so far, mine is a 36 and I dont find it too difficult to steer or anything like that(this is coming from a 17 year old whose closest thing to a work out is working on his 02 from time to time) This is the one im using im pretty sure http://www.nardi-personal.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=103:nd-classic-5051-36-6300&catid=40&Itemid=280&lang=en (sorry for the crap photos) Also, you can look into moto-lita wheels. I was thinking about getting one of them when I was doing my own research, they have plenty of options and customization https://www.moto-lita.co.uk/steering-wheels/
  2. I'm 2 days late, but I also attended Bimmerfest West and ended up finding this group of 02s while on the freeway and fell into their group for the rest of the trip as well as the event. Great group of guys, and great conversation (when it wasn't being drowned out by the sound of people over-revving their straight piped BMWs at cold start)
  3. They are the koni yellows, and don’t push back to the extended position. Based on the videos I saw about them(adjustment tutorials and all that) they are not supposed to push back to the extended position on their own once compressed. There is no leaking on them and I did buy them new. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. Konis are the ones that don’t have pressure uncompressing it. If you push them down, they stay down. The bilsteins are the one that do have gas uncompressing it (again, idk the proper names for all this stuff.) Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. Whoops, yea I meant that the Koni’s are not pressurized gas like the Bilsteins where the gas extends them. I don’t know much about shocks(duh) so I’m not 100% sure of the condition but they seem to be alright, I still need to swap out the rears though, probably will today. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. I just got and installed Koni sports, they are adjustable and are oil (not gas like the Bilsteins) and have heard good things, but I have not been able to use them really at all yet. hopefully, by the end of the week, I will have had driven it around enough to be able to tell you more about them. The ones I replaced were Bilstein HDs so we will see what difference it makes.
  7. I just put a really strong magnet from McMaster Carr in the ashtray of my BEHR console as a hidden phone mount with one of those metal plates you put on the back of your phone for any magnetic phone mount. Totally hidden and works well, maybe not ideal placement depending on what you want it for though. Also isn't a great help if you aren't using a BEHR console.
  8. I think I may have posted on this thread before, but without the archive info. so here ya go: The BMW 2002 tii US VIN 2763102 was manufactured on November 22nd, 1972 and delivered on November 27th, 1972 to the BMW importer Hoffman Motors Corp. in New York City. The original colour was Polaris metallic, paint code 060. The car is now in CA, with either Chamonix or some other white-ish paint.
  9. I failed it as well, BUT I did watch a video on this at some point, I think it was something about pure oxygen being too dangerous cuz it likes to explode or something. IDK I don't like chemistry, it makes me remember that class... not good
  10. Fair point, I didn’t consider that possibility yet Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. I haven’t seen a “white anodized” nardi in person, only polished. Does the white anodized work well with brushed aluminum(on the shift knob) or does it seem out of place? I know photos can only tell so much in this scenario so I’m not sure Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. I saw that, thanks. But I only really found 2 pictures that were related to what I'm looking for, and only partially. Many had things off like tan interiors which totally changes how it looks relative to the same wheel in a blue or black interior. I'm just checking if anyone has something more specific to what I'm working with. It may be asking too much as far as how picky I'm being on these reference photos but I might as well try.
  13. I did. again, I didn't find them to be good reference photos for what I'm considering. Different interior color or a stock shift knob could change how everything works off of each other a great deal IMO, this is for the same reason that I don't think the stock wheel fits aesthetically in my interior after what I have changed with it, even though it matched everything else beforehand. That's why I'm checking if anyone could provide references more accurate to my situation than a google search did(blue interior, pre 74 gauge cluster, kooglewerks shift knob, etc...)
  14. Yesterday, I received and installed a wood and brushed aluminum kooglewerks handbrake grip and shift knob, and couldn't be happier with them. However, I could be happier with the steering wheel now that they are installed and the wheel seems out of place to me. I'm trying to decide what wheel I should go for (Nardi, Moto Lita...) but can't find any good reference photos of these wheels in a similar interior to mine. Here is what ive got. any reference photos from other faq members cars would be appreciated
  15. would the other go on the trans tunnel, under the dash maybe? i really have no idea (yep. now i see it)

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