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Daydream///M3 05-07-2008 03:22 PM

Clear out !! Bunch of E46 and E36 performance parts/ wheels for sale
 
OK guys, I’ve attempted to clean my garage and sell a bunch of my stuff that I will never use… most are performance parts for E36 or E46 platform cars.
Here is the list of parts. I will try to get pics soon but it may be easier for you to email me or pm me. You can email me at gt_skyline@hotmail.com


- Racing Dynamics Rear chrome trunk badge (in pristine condition, all you need is some silicon to fasten it to the rear of your car) - $20
- Turner Motorsport Aluminum Thermostat housing E36 NEW - $20
- Carbonio Carbon fiber cold air intake E46 (carbon fiber is excellent condition and just cleaned and re-oiled the filter) - $ 180
- 10 000K HID D2S bulbs (used for less than 10 hrs) - $50
- Active Autowerke Aluminum polished shift knob (like new) - $70
- “BMW Performance Line” E46 330 6 speed shift lever (used less than a week) - $50
- Blue K and N cylinder filter 3.5 inch inlet diameter /model RX 4140 - $ 40
- NEW UUC Motorwerks Aluminum Automatic pedals (old version) - $40
- NEW OEM BMW Z3 front strut reinforcement plates (use with E36 to reinforce strut tower with lowered suspension) - $15
- Literally New H and R springs E46 platform model number 29484 (used less than 2 week- ordered and received early april and installed middle of april) - $200
- FK Suspension E46 (shocks and springs) Hi tec 40 mm kit (lowers about 1.5 in front and 1.0 in rear) used for about 2 years (50000km) - $250
- UUC Motorwerks Shift knob RK6A-L (mint condition) - $90
- Hamann Evolution Ergonomic Shift knob - $ 150 OBO
- 17 inch SSR integrals 40 mm offset E36 and E46 cars (17 lbs) These are polished wheels but finish is kinda crummy because I didn’t really wash them that much when using them for track. Very light and straight. They have BF Goodrich g force tires on them in 235/40 17 but they were kind of shredded from the track but Im pretty sure you can use them on the street (sidewalls look chunked). Looking at around $600. Awesome for track.
- Hamann HM2 18 inch wheels 43 mm offset for E36/E46. Excellent condition. Center caps for some reason are faded. No rashes and straight.
- PM me if interested


So if you are interested in the above parts… shoot me an email or PM

Thanks

Romaz 05-07-2008 04:18 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Daydream///M3 (Post 1150034)
- FK Suspension E46 (shocks and springs) Hi tec 40 mm kit (lowers about 1.5 in front and 1.0 in rear) used for about 2 years (50000km) - $250

Do you know if this would fit an E46 cabrio?

Daydream///M3 05-07-2008 04:25 PM

yah it would roman, its coming off my brothers convert ;)

Ant118 05-07-2008 04:52 PM

Bump for Gavin. Awsome guy to do business with. Bump for him *th-up*

BMW325IS 05-07-2008 05:01 PM

pics of the rims?

M3@Apex 05-07-2008 09:54 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Daydream///M3 (Post 1150034)
- Turner Motorsport Aluminum Thermostat housing E36 NEW - $20

Price shipped to Calgary pretty please!

Daydream///M3 05-08-2008 01:00 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by BMW325IS (Post 1150069)
pics of the rims?

which rims are you talking about?? SSR? Hamann
give me your email

bimsport 05-08-2008 01:52 PM

pm sent

Daydream///M3 05-08-2008 04:49 PM

all pms replied to

ClayMan 05-08-2008 06:21 PM

Don't mean to be OT but felt the need to say something - Isn't it a bad idea to use oil on our air filters... I thought it messes up our air flow meters (HFM) ?

Swerve 05-08-2008 06:46 PM

^^^I have a K&N with no issues. Over-oiling is the issue I believe.

Daydream///M3 05-08-2008 09:49 PM

the key really is not overoiling... people often feel the need to squirt way more than the gauze can absorb. Ive reoiled so many different filters with no problem including the ITG foam filters

ClayMan 05-08-2008 10:08 PM

Gotcha - learn something new every day! :)

NateoriouS 05-08-2008 10:41 PM

pm'd

arsevader 05-08-2008 11:09 PM

pm'd


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