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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
Hi I just wanted to share a project I have been now working for ... quite some time. During 2005 I bought a 1973 factory rally car, originally driven by Jean Todt and Achim Warmbold. A finnish rally driver Heikki Enomaa bought and picked it up personally from Munich during 1974. The car was enterd in several rallies in Finland and Mr. Enomaa also tried his luck in RAC, though had to retire. Unfortunately more than once. Car's origin and rallying history is well documented so it is an interesting vechile. Currently a complete wreck, but waiting for restoration to start, being my next major project. Amazing thing is that there is an other car in UK which is claimed to have exactly the same chassis number, though this car has rectangular tail lights and modern front. I have been trying to figure out the story behind this, but I have not been able to get any useful information neither from Mobile Tradition nor from the people that in my understanding have the UK car, in fact no response in latter case. Putting the car aside, it however introduced me to 20-4 engine. The car had a carburator version of it. During 2006 I bought yet two engines from Germany, as for a completely other reason I had to travel between Helsinki and Munich on regular basis. These engines are equiped with fuel injection and dry sumps. As I do race with my own 02, my first concern was, how to get spares to these engines, old ones are almost all in more or less in the end of their usable lifetime. I wanted to do serious racing so I had a problem. I started to figure out, how to reproduce new heads, cam carriers etc, parts. The key being here - with bearable costs. Now I can say that first head is casted and very first basic machining is done. I have mentioned my plan previously in some contexts, but since then have been keeping a low profile on the topic. What I can say is that quite a lot of effort has been put in ensuring that the heads really will work, casting system is planned carefully, alloy is carefully selected individually both for head an cam carrier, it will work also on turbocharged applications, etc.I have also done quite a lot of simulation and analysis work on how casting system works and also how the reverse engineered water jacket will function. The picture is a full package of what I have modelled, i.e. head, cam carrier, head and timing covers and intake manifold. In addition I have modelled an additional cover which was welded in some engine's rear part, used in upright engines. I can only congratulate nick Kari for what he has created, knowing the challenges he also must have faced. There is one difference I can point from pictures, my model can be used even for three spark plug/cylinder configuration. (http://www.bmw2002faq.com/topic/58595-update-of-the-schnitzer-2002-gruppe-5-project/page-6#entry33516) I hope I'm able to share some news in the near future. Having been able to reach this stage, most of the uphill battles are now (hopefully) over and its is more about organizing and coordinating rather than figuring out how on earth were they able to do it in 1973 and how.