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  1. Body Shop Update: 2016-05-06 Finally. The shell has been painted, next the front fenders and the doors. The fenders are already primed, the doors where primed this morning. Once they're ready, they'll be mounted and then, I'll take her home. Hood and trunk will be done...later Verona Red.
  2. Simeon

    Exhausting times

    Well it's been a while since I have posted (again). As before, the tempo of work has slowed and now I am tackling things as they arise and as the opportunity presents itself. Since my last post, I have fitted my 123 Tune + distributor which I am now having fun (in a good way) playing with the tune. I should probably write a post on that on its own just to document what I have done installation wise plus, of course, how I have tuned it. Bear with me if you are tuning in for that, I will get to that later on. While investigating a no-start condition, I idly triggered my multi spark CDI ignition having blindly been cranking the engine for some time. The bang as the cylinder full of fuel and air mixture ignited was massive. My ears rang for the rest of the night and it took a few minutes for the smoke to clear. My wife came running out of the house, convinced that I had finally killed myself as I came blinking out of my shed. Once I had figured out my problem with the 123 and got the car started, I detected a changed quality to the exhaust note plus a notable 'chuffing' from underneath. The explosion had knocked a hole in my down pipe and blown a chunk out of the sealing flange between the down pipe and resonator. To be fair, both were in terrible condition. The resonator had seemed solid enough but was red with a granular rust all over. The downpipe looked like it was related to Frankenstein as it showed the scars of being welded many times. As the RHD downpipe has been unavailable for many years, this had been patched over and over to get through. I had always had a small exhaust leak somewhere up front and this had been my number 1 suspect for some time. Since I had finally killed my exhaust, this gave me an excuse to get something better. I am a big fan of stainless steel exhausts on classic cars so this was my chance. I considered getting the Ireland stainless exhaust but then rejected it for a number of reasons. Firstly, as I needed a new downpipe and Ireland did not make a RHD version, I would need to get this from Jaymic in the U.K. From some limited research I am happy to declare Jaymic as the sole source of RHD exhaust down pipes in the world. Rather than double up on shipping it made sense to ship from a single source and get their exhaust as well. Secondly, the overall price was OK - not because it is particularly cheap but because the pound sterling (GBP) was getting hammered due to Brexit. Export trade being a silver lining for the Brits. Thirdly, I am not really looking for anything more than a mild upgrade. The Jaymic system does this through decent mufflers but uses stock sized piping. This means less problems in getting it to fit using stock hanger locations, brackets etc and no gaping 'coffee can' at the rear, just a nicely polished tip. The exhaust itself is well made, fits well and sounds good. Jaymic gets them fabricated by Larini Systems Ltd in the U.K. Looking at their site they obviously know a few things about performance exhausts. https://www.larinisystems.com/technology/lightweight-mufflers so I am expecting a reasonable life out of this exhaust. For various reasons, I did not fit the exhaust myself as I would normally do. Instead, I dropped it and the car off at a local Mom and Pop exhaust specialist for the fitting and to get a bung welded in to the down pipe for a wideband O2 sensor as I am planning an AFR meter to assist with tuning sidedrafts later in the year. I also dropped off a fitting kit, bought separately from Jaymic, with gaskets, hangers and clamps within. The mechanic used the supplied bolts in the flanged joint between the down pipe and the resonator. This joint is crucial, not just for leak free operation but also as a means to keep the exhaust in adjustment and not knocking. After a few return journeys with knocks and rattles, I realised that the problem lay with this joint and the ability to clamp tight enough to stop the exhaust from rotating. The supplied boots were 'necked' and had been tightened until the threads bottomed out. I replaced these with hex head set screws with thread down their whole length. This allowed me to get more bite on this joint when tightening, fixing the problem before I had to get in an argument with the specialist who wanted to tack weld my exhaust. No hard feelings, I would go back there! When the exhaust was off, we discovered that the existing exhaust manifold had been broken and bodged in the past. A large chunk of the flange had come away surrounding one of the downpipe studs. This had been bodgied up with exhaust cement and was another late entry in the category off suspects for exhaust leaks. I needed a new exhaust manifold so I got him to get his cement out and bodgie it up again until I could replace it. Hitting the FAQ wanted board, Facebook Australia and eventually, the U.K. board wanted, I got hold of a great replacement for my 'rare as rocking horse shit' manifold (at least in Australia). I got a good deal on one shipped from the UK. Wire brushed and coated with Eastwood high temp paint, it was ready to fit. A new cylinder head gasket (finally got an E30 one with the heat shield) and we are all good. Label on the centre section Laid out. Detail of the down pipe. Detail of the centre resonator. Rear muffler Polished tail pipe tip. Replacement exhaust manifold. Break in the original manifold and welding on back. There was no stud installed prior to removal. Reinz E30 exhaust gasket. This hangs up slightly on the threaded bosses on the RHD manifold for the long lost heat shield. A few punched holes with a screwdriver sort that. Note that the right hand threaded hole is actually straight through to the exhaust runner. I scratched my head for a few minutes as to where the exhaust leak was coming from. M6 bolt fixes it ( though I need to trim it down). A view from below showing the flange between the manifold and down pipe. Much better than the lash up of exhaust sealant and leaks that I had before.
  3. MildSeven

    White on Red

    From the album: The Early days

    I pulled the '02 out of the garage to put the winter tires on our XC60 and S40 (plus change front brakes), when i came out to put it back in...
  4. Grille badges made in Germany (3.25") 82mm size: Both Tii badges pictured $95/shipped Paypal: [email protected],edu I will confirm payment + send USPS tracking # for buyer. Thanks, Mo
  5. 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
  6. ~ ~ ~ this one sold on April 2018, but I found another unit in storage, see below ~ ~ brand new not sure what this is worth so I am taking offers message if interested
  7. bmwbabe

    Lake Shot

    From the album: 1976 Verona BMW 2002

    © Aspen Rose Photography

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    Lake Shot

    From the album: 1976 Verona BMW 2002

    © Aspen Rose Photography

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    Lake Shot

    From the album: 1976 Verona BMW 2002

    © Aspen Rose Photography

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    Lake Shot

    From the album: 1976 Verona BMW 2002

    © Aspen Rose Photography

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    Lake Shot

    From the album: 1976 Verona BMW 2002

    © Aspen Rose Photography

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    Lake Shot

    From the album: 1976 Verona BMW 2002

    © Aspen Rose Photography

  13. bmwbabe

    Lake Shot

    From the album: 1976 Verona BMW 2002

    © Aspen Rose Photography

  14. bmwbabe

    Best Friends

    From the album: 1976 Verona BMW 2002

    Just me and my babe

    © Aspen Rose Photography

  15. bmwbabe

    E21 Wheels

    From the album: 1976 Verona BMW 2002

    After the wheels were installed. I painted them at home and thought the gold looked nice. They needed to be clean up a bit.

    © Aspen Rose Photography

  16. bmwbabe

    New Wheels

    From the album: 1976 Verona BMW 2002

    Brought the car to the dealership for a tune and new wheels!

    © Aspen Rose Photography

  17. bmwbabe

    Made for You

    From the album: 1976 Verona BMW 2002

    The car was transported to my home town in Gilbert, AZ and now sits comfly in my garage.

    © Aspen Rose Photography

  18. bmwbabe

    Light it Up

    From the album: 1976 Verona BMW 2002

    When I first bought the car I took it around Portand for some shots.

    © Aspen Rose Design

  19. bmwbabe

    Country Gal

    From the album: 1976 Verona BMW 2002

    When I first bought the car I took it around Portand for some shots.

    © Aspen Rose Photography

  20. bmwbabe

    Washington Park

    From the album: 1976 Verona BMW 2002

    When I first bought the car I took it around Portand for some shots.

    © Aspen Rose Photography

  21. bmwbabe

    Interior

    From the album: 1976 Verona BMW 2002

    When I first bought the car I took it around Portand for some shots.

    © Aspen Rose Photography

  22. bmwbabe

    Automatic

    From the album: 1976 Verona BMW 2002

    When I first bought the car I took it around Portand for some shots.

    © Aspen Rose Photography

  23. bmwbabe

    Mug Shot

    From the album: 1976 Verona BMW 2002

    When I first bought the car I took it around Portand for some shots.

    © Aspen Rose Photography

  24. bmwbabe

    Garage

    From the album: 1976 Verona BMW 2002

    When I first bought the car I took it around Portand for some shots.

    © Aspen Rose Photography

  25. From the album: 1976 Verona BMW 2002

    When I first bought the car I took it around Portand for some shots.

    © Aspen Rose Photography



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