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    Hi there, well am from manchester and am 23 ... 24 tomorrow as it happens but anyways. i own/drive a '94 e36 320 coupe. will post pics shortly but i have recently just returned from Australia after spending 3 months working/travelling there. Now i am back i am looking at doing more to my car, most importantly to make it quicker. so looking at turbo/supercharging options as a engine conversion is just too easy.common for my liking

    anyways heres some pics of the car its madeira[sp] violet.

    - 18" ac3 replicas
    - black sports leather
    - lowered all round
    - m3 rear lights

    thanks for looking






     
     

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    Welcome.



    330 CI M-SPORT CONVERTIBLE
     
     

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    looks lovely mate. Upgrade the brakes too as the discs look lost in the wheels
     
     

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    Welcome to the forum namkeaps, good to have you here and happy birthday for today
     
     

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    cheers guys. got few bits to do before i put it back on the road. currently sorn due to me travelling. need a new bootlid and spoiler was put on shite by previous owner. brakes do need an upgrade, any suggestions of oem stuff that will bolt on or with slight mods?

    cheers for the welcomes
     
     

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    Hi and welcome mate

    Car looks nice!
    A20 Rym is the man to tell you about brake upgrades, he will be along shortly Im sure!
     
     

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    cheers fella!


    ta for the heads up. hopefully he will spot the thread too
     
     

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    Hi namekeeps, welcome to the forum

    Hope you had a great time travelling. Something I regret not doing myself

    With your car being a 320 it will have exactly the same braking system as the 318is all the way up to the 328. The next option would be the M3 upgrade which will require, hubs, calipers, discs pads

    If you want to go balls out then there are big brake conversion kits available but this is out of my territory. I do know that replacement wheels will be required though and it's a case of fitting the conversion then finding a wheel to fit it. IIRC a template is usually supplied with the parts so you can take it to a wheel supplier and find the correct wheel to fit around the conversion.

    Hope this helps
     
     

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    Welcome.

    Regarding the brakes, the other option is E46 330 disks and calipers and the M3 master cylinder.

    Ian
     
     

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    What's the difference between 330 discs and the E46 M3 discs? Perhaps this would be a suitable upgrade? I'm sure i've read in one of the magazines that this can be done

    Definately worth finding out as the E46 discs are quite alot bigger IIRC
     
     

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