View Full Version : Dirtyman's E30 325i

12-31-2001, 09:09 PM
Whats up Bimmer dudes!! Nice to see a cool Bmw site with cars I recongize from the GTA. Maybe you've might of seen mine before such as Bimmercruise 01 or around in Mississauga. Its a 1990 e30 325i with enough to satisfy modifications. Its got a Steet cam (alittle better than stock) a 3.5L intake system, turner chip, shaved cyl. head for higher compression, with stock exhaust (I know that sucks but I had an old Brullen muffler and it fell off, at a bad time with cash), apex springs and hi-p shocks and lots of other stuff inside and out. Hope to see more e30s in this site! :moon:

12-31-2001, 09:11 PM
this is another pic of my car at Bimmercruise 01

01-01-2002, 11:18 PM
Nice clean ride. I do rememeber your car from the cruize.

01-02-2002, 09:21 PM
Originally posted by straight_6
Nice clean ride. I do rememeber your car from the cruize. Thanks for the complement dude! , but I think your e30 looks way sweeter. Last I remember, you said that you were gonna have a clone of the BMP e30 kit. If its done are you selling the old front lip spoiler, cause I like the one you had last summer. Cheers

01-02-2002, 11:40 PM
Hey thanx, it is done and it is the BMP kit not a clone. I PMed you about the Kamei front skirt.

01-08-2002, 12:57 PM

Waz up guy? Good to hear from you! Is there still shit happening at Winston & Dundas on Wed nights? I didn't realize you had that many mods done to your motor. Who did the 535i intake system and was it hard? I thought of doing that years ago with my old M20/NOS motor, but never followed through. Catch you around.


01-08-2002, 11:50 PM

whats goin on man? nice to hear from you too! this site is cool! I recognize lots of the members. I haven't been too coffee time, @ winston and dundas for a long time (sept.) caus its shite. not my croud but in the summer some of my buds are there, and sometimes theres not much else to do. that 3.5 intake system was an idea I had for awhile. includes throttle body, intake pipe and the much larger airflow meter. let me tell you, tons of drillin and it all has to be precise. i did it myself during this winter while its stored away, and worst thing about in is , i haven't even road tested it yet :( . ah well, soon. cheers, dirtyman (paulo)