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  1. I have a Nardi that I like to use for daily driving, and a Momo that I use for canyon runs. Ive been looking for a quick release setup so I don’t spend 20 minutes switching them. Do you guys have any quick release recommendations that I can use to quickly switch from one to the other? NRG maybe? Or if there are any kits that come with the hub itself and a Momo and Nardi adapter that would be awesome as well. Any links or information would be great!
  2. What do you think recon I could do to drop the front besides getting new springs? I like the way the rear sits, just want to match the front up. Do you think the stock struts have anything to do with it?
  3. I have a 74’ that used to sit like a monster truck. Bought 1.5 inch lowering springs and threw them on the fronts only. Rears still have stock springs, yet the front sits higher. I have also taken out the stock spacers on the front yet it still sits higher than the rear while having lowering springs. Any of you had this problem or a solution?
  4. What benefits can I obtain from porting out my stock manifold for my 38? Is it absolutely necessary, and would I be able to do it at home with a Dremel and other power tools?
  5. http://www.iemotorsport.com/bmw/item/02airdam.html
  6. I’m currently rocking the IE Turbo style air dam and was planning on getting flares to match, but plans changed and I’m looking into getting an air dam that would line up with the OEM fenders. What do you guys think of the “IE Front Air Dam”? What are your opinions on build quality? Any info helps!
  7. Good condition 32/36, could use a rebuild. Includes Redline rebuild kit made for 32/36 Also comes with linkage Selling because I upgraded carb. 175 OBO
  8. Currently running a stock M10 (i’m pretty sure it’s stock) but I’ve been having plans of throwing a turbo on there in the near future with relatively low boost. Does anyone recommend doing this with a relatively stock motor? And where would I be able to source a kit or parts, since i’m not planning on getting a janky Ebay kit. Does anyone have experience that could throw me some tips? Anything helps. Let me know if you have any questions.
  9. Thanks for the help, i didn’t even think about buying an early model muffler and fitting it. Where could I source that one? Is there a reliable site any of you recommend?
  10. Called them today, said the last one they had sold was in January of this year and they don’t have any in stock while telling me they cannot special order it for me. I guess partsgeek is out of the picture for me.
  11. I’ve been looking for a Ansa Sport Exhaust (with the dual exit tips) for my 74’. I’ve looked various places, but no source seems to be reliable. I’ve called partsgeek, who seems to have it on their system, but are unable to order it for me (https://www.partsgeek.com/catalog/1974/bmw/2002/exhaust/muffler.html). Where have you guys gotten yours? Any and all info helps. -Berj
  12. Help needed to get new Weber 38 DGES set up. I know my basic stuff but what can I do to get it running smooth and to get the choke working correctly. Need help with the screw behind the choke and where it needs to be exactly and the air screws on opposite sides of each other. Any and all info is welcome, thanks!
  13. Wish I could make it out to these, being 3 hours out is a little bit of a stretch for me. Only 1 other 02 in my city that’s semi active, so it’s great to see a community come together like this!
  14. Haha, i’ve heard numerous people all over the forum use the word “upgrade” when referring to an Electric fuel pump. Didn’t realize it wasn’t that much of a difference! Thank you guys.


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