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  1. Only 100 miles on them message if interested
  2. This may seem silly to some but I'm asking anyway. I'm very close to starting reassembly of the cars suspension and drivetrain. Most everything has been powder coated semigloss black with the exception of the wheels, sway bars and diff cover (all oil rubbed bronze). My question is whether or not I should paint the new Bilstein dampers black to blend in with the rest or leave them yellow to let them stand out? My fear is that leaving them yellow will be too much standing out. Thoughts???
  3. BMW 2002 tii 1971 “Max” Logbook: VSCDA, SVRA Condition: Excellent Best known 2002 in the Midwest if not the country. Documented racing history goes back to early 1970's and includes Paul Masank's SCCA national wins. Car is often featured in vintage racing publications (most recently in the Vintage Motorsports 2008 Annual). Many VSCDA and SVRA class wins. Brought to Monterrey, Mexico and after a full restoration by Jaime Williams, Max raced in the Vintage Series, being the regional Champion in the B Category (Up to 2,000 cc), winning 10 races out of 10, and 9 pole positions. The car has the best components for its class, including parts from Korman Autoworks and Ireland Engineering. Max has raced in numerous other races and always finished in the Podium. Extremely fast and reliable car. Papers: - Legally imported into Mexico - All rights and taxes paid in full - SCCA Log Book - Eligible for VSCDA and SVRA - Group 8 - Racing Log Book with all the specs and settings - Maintenance Log Book as well. Engine: BMW M10 2,000 cc - Arias Custom Pistons (Short, Dome with Fly-cuts) - Pauter connecting rods (Long) - Large Stainless Steel Ireland Engineering (IE) Intake and Exahust Valves - Balanced Crank shaft - Stage 3 Ireland Engineering (IE) Headers - Short lateral exahust 3" - Racing Camshaft Stage 3, (IE-314) - Double Racing High Tension Valve Springs - Aluminum spring spacers - BMW Steel Racing rocker arms - 2 Weber 45 DCOE Horizontal Carburetors Red Line (Full Race) - Aluminum Intake Manifold Oil Cooling System - Extra large alluminum oil radiator - All Steel braided atainless stell hoses and AN Fittings - Accusump oil recovery pressure system - Remote Oil filter - High capacity oil Sump with wave breaker Transmission - 5 Speed BMW M3 E30 Close Ratio - Balanced Cardan Transmission Shaft of BMW 320i with rollers and dampers to avoid vibrations. - Quaife Limited Slip Differential, ratio 3.90:1 installed plus 3 other Differentials - Tilton Clutch, Double disk, rigid, syntherized with aluminum light weight plate - Hydraulic actuated Tilton Clutch - JBR Alluminum Flywheel - Transmission and Engine Racing mounts Ignition - Electronic Ignition Crane XR700 - Distributor with Petronix induction system - Adjustable Rev Limiter - Lucas Racing Coil - Nology Spark plug wires - Totally new electric system with independent fuses - Optima GEL Battery - External Battery connector - Quick Access fuse box Brakes - BMW 5 Series double ventilated discs in front - Front BMW 4 piston Calipers - Single BMW Discs rear - Rear 2 piston calipers Porsche 356b - Steel lines and fittings - Tilton precisión brake balance - Brake front and rear cooling vents - Racing Hawk KF3 yellow compound high temperature brake pads in all 4 corners Wheels - 13" Wide Aluminum light weight 3 Piece Revolution Wheels - 6 wheels in total all balanced - Aluminum spacers in 4 wheels - Large high strength competition studs Suspension - Front McPherson with Carrera Custom coil over shocks with racing valving - Adjustable front and rear anti-roll bars - Adjustable front Camber Plates - Racing AFCO coils rear and front - Height adjustment in rear suspension, NASCAR type (External) - Rear Shocks Bilstein Nordschleife (Nurburgring) - Rear "A Arms" with adjustable Toe and Camber - Inferior front spacers to reduce Bump-steer Steering - Original BMW - Adjustable steering arms - Racing Sparco Wheel - Reinforced and extended steering Wheel column - Quick-disconnect steering Wheel couple Body - Light weight fiber glass Schnitzer body kit, - Front adjusted spoiler - Light weight fiber glass Boot and Bonnet - Windscreen, rear, and Windows made of custom anti-scratch - Front and rear Strut Bars Security Equipment - Full SCCA Compliat Roll Cage with 6 support points - Reinforced plates to anchor roll cage to chassis, extra safe - 2 Recaro Racing Seats - 2 Schroth 5 point safety harness with "Quick Release" - 2 Safety window nets - Halon Fire extinguisher with aluminum pipes installed and quick release valve Instrumentation - Complete Autometer Instrumentation (6 instruments) alluminum bessels - All aluminum custom made dashboard - Oxygen sensor included Fuel System - Racing Fuel Cell - Double independent electric gas pumps - Double gas filters - Gas pressure regulator - All hoses Aeroquip AN Spares and extras: - BMW differential 3.64:1 Ratio Weld - BMW differential 4.11:1 Ratio LSD - 2 extra Revolution 13” Competition wheels - Cardan shaft - Hawk Yellow compound brake pads, several sets of new spark plugs, Engine gaskets, etc. - Suppliers, addresses, specs, etc. ready
  4. Building my own coil overs, need struts/shocks. Looking for mk1 rabbit front inserts and 2002 bilstein HD rears
  5. Price:: 1 Location: : San Ramon / Grass Valley, Ca Hi All, Up for sale is a used pair of: -[sOLD] Front Bilstein Sport Shocks - $100 + shipping; 12 pounds, 30"x13"x9" -Rear KYB Gas-a-just Shocks - $50 SHIPPED; 12 pounds, 29"x15"x8" - [sOLD] Front Camber Plates - $60 + shipping; 2 pounds, 10"x7"x5" Shipping via USPS from 94582 Thanks!
  6. Price:: 1 Location: : Kenmore, WA **SOLD** Selling a pair of rear Bilstein Sports. Purchased over the summer, drove the car a couple of hours, decided they were too stiff for me and replaced them with a pair of HDs. My speedo/odometer was broken while these were installed on the car, so can't quote mileage but I used less than one tank of fuel while they were on the car. They're basically new. Top mounts, washers and nylock nuts that came with the shocks are included.
  7. Springs removed from my 74tii. Unknown origin but the long ones have remnants of gold paint. Long are 12.5 and short are 10.5. For comparison's sake: Ride height with these is same as Ireland Stage 2. I would say these lower you about 1.5". Ride feel is nearly identical to Ireland S2 -- possibly these are a little softer. The main difference came from the shocks (I changed to Bilstein Sport and one year later added S2 springs, so I had a chance to try them separately). They seem fine. Pics later I'm on lunch hour. $60 plus shipping from 15211. Thx Also the black ones appear to have gold paint under the black paint. See photo below but you cannot really make out the paint. Also have front and rear sways removed from tii (same as std) for free -- but pickup only on those.
  8. Price:: 42 Location: : Poland Some of you know already that we started making cool customizations for your steering wheels We thought it's about time to share it with all of you They are suitable with most racing steering wheels like Momo, Raid, Dino, Personal, Victor, Luisi, OMP, Sparco. The horn button looks great with strong, vinyl + epoxy steering wheel decals. 2002FAQ Price: 60USD with steering wheel decals or 42USD for a horn button alone. Need something else? You pay for shipping once. We are from Poland, Europe. There are two options of shipment: - 15USD UPS (3-5 working days delivery) RECOMMENDED - 7USD via PolishPost (it can take up to 3 weeks to be delivered to US). How to pay: PM Want something else on your horn button? Maybe you need a cool vintage racing steering wheel? Just ask. Pictures:
  9. Everything has been SOLD I'm selling a set of practically new Bilstein Sport Struts and H&R Sport lowering springs. Bought them brand new and only ran them on the car for 2k miles. Only reason for sale is because I got a great deal on a set of Ground Control coilovers. Everything you see in the pics is what's included. Bilsteins: $375 + shipping H&Rs: $200 + shipping Whole Package: $550 + shipping
  10. The time has come for me to start cleaning out the garage. When I got my 2002 it came with some spare parts. I have a pair of REAR Bilstein HD Shocks for sale. I was told they had never been installed and judging by the looks of things, I believe that is the case with these. I'm going with Koni's all around so I have no use for these. Asking price is 100.00 - I live near Bothell. You guys can reach me at 858 224 3278. Paolo
  11. I restored my January 1973 build tii with factory springs and Bilstein HD shocks. What did I know... Ride height is way too high, which you really feel when cornering. Maybe because of '73 bumper height regulations? I'm not a racer, but I enjoy enthusiastic driving on twisty roads. Everyone seems to recommend H&R Sport springs with the Bilstein HD shocks, but I was reading about the H&R "Touring Cup" and more aggressive "Sport Cup" kits, with H&R shocks metered to match the spring setup. Any experience/recommendations? I'm running 185/70-13 Michelins on stock alloy wheels. Thanks in advance!!
  12. Price:: 200 Location: : Thousand Oaks, CA I have a very nice set of Bilstein HD shocks and strut cartridges, as removed last weekend from my 1973 tii. They have been in use for about 2 1/2-years and 8,000 miles here in Southern California. I upgraded my stock suspension with a "H&R Cup Kit", which included supposedly matched shocks...though when I opened the box they sure looked like Bilstein's! Anyway, I'm selling these for $200 plus shipping. I can ship to anywhere in the USA for $35 by FedEx Ground. As you probably know, a new set costs $436 plus tax and shipping from Tire Rack... Thanks for looking!
  13. Have searched extensively, not much info for the rear springs. I have IE stage 2 springs and Billy sports. I remember some time ago reading that these struts have a built in bump stop, can anyone clarify? I understand that shorten springs sit a little funny, but these look terrible. I have tied my front springs to the cup via safety wire, worked a treat. Is there a similar solution to the rear?


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