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  1. Statek

    Budget E36 Compact gravel car

    I'm attempting to build a E36 compact into a budget gravel rally car. I had an AW11 Mr2 'sort-of' track-car previously, but it was hardly used due to track day costs and I thought it was time to move on to something a bit different. I've never rallied before, I've always wanted to, I just didn't think i have the balls to. Time to find out! The plan is to start by doing grasskhanas and autocrosses, and once I get a cage in start doing gravel sprints. Car will mostly be stock (at the start at least) to get the hang of things and grow confidence in a slow car. Picked up an automatic 1999 318Ti for under $1k, and all it needed for a WoF was some tyres, a few bulbs, and to clear the ABS light. About a week after I got it, it was already time to try it out on grass, by doing the HCMC grasskhana in Massey. The ABS light came back on just before the event (looks like pump motor/electronics), so conveniently the ASC and ABS were disabled during the event. Even though it was still auto with a single spinner, I had a blast throwing it around the dirt. Looks like the project is a go.
  2. BM WORLD

    BMW E46 318Ti motorsport 2003

    Nice tidy bmw 318ti msport compact hatchback $3750 137ks 2L engine Full Motorsport package (quite rare in this spec) Sport seats Msport body kit ... Black head liner Clear corner lights 17” staggered msport alloys with Bridgestone tyres CD stereo with aux input 5 speed auto Goes really well Well looked after Wof and reg till 8th and 9th month this year 021433600 In Papakura for viewing BAAU52030KN43301 Type AU52 Model 318ti Market Europe Development Code E46 (5) Chassis Compact Steering right Doors 3 Engine N42 Displacement 2.00 l Power 105 kW Drivetrain Rear-Wheel Drive Transmission manuell Color Black Sapphire Metallic - 475 Upholstery Stoff Laser/anthrazit - G7AT Production Plant Munich Production Date 2002-09-25 Standard Equipment 832 Battery In Luggage Compartment Batterie Im Kofferraum 853 Language Version English Sprachversion Englisch Options 169 Eu3 Exhaust Emissions Norm Abgasnorm Eu3 204 Drive Version Export Antriebsauslegung Export 205 Automatic Transmission Automatic Getriebe 262 Head Airbag Kopfairbag 313 Exterior Mirror Package Aussenspiegelpaket 315 Rear Windscreen Wiper Heckscheibenwischer 321 Exterior Parts In Body Color Exterieurumfaenge In Wagenfarbe 338 M Sports Package Ii M Sportpaket Ii 354 Green Stripe Windscreen Gruenkeil-frontscheibe 423 Floor Mats, Velour Fussmatten In Velours 428 Warning Triangle Warndreieck 441 Smokers Package Raucherpaket 481 Sport Seats F Driver/front Passenger Sportsitze Fuer Fahrer/beifahrer 520 Foglights Nebelscheinwerfer 534 Automatic Air Conditioning Klimaautomatik 548 Speedometer With Kilometer Reading Kilometertacho 650 Cd Player Cd-laufwerk 661 Radio Bmw Business Radio Bmw Business 692 Cd Changer I-bus Preparation Cd Wechsler I-bus Vorbereitung 710 M Leather Steering Wheel M Lederlenkrad 716 M Aerodynamics Package Ii M Aerodynamikpaket Ii 772 Interior Trim Alu Black Cube Interieurleiste Alu Black Cube 775 Individual Roof-lining Anthracite Individual Dachhimmel Anthrazit 785 White Direction Indicator Lights Weisse Blinkleuchten 788 M Lt/aly Wheels M Leichtmetallraeder 807 Japan Version Japan-ausfuehrung 818 Main Battery Switch Batteriehauptschalter 823 Hot Climate Version Heissland-ausfuehrung 845 Acoustic Belt Warning Akustische Gurtwarnung 876 Radio Frequency 315 Mhz Funkfrequenz 315 Mhz 925 Shipping Protection Package Versandschutzpaket 992 Number Plate Attachement Management Steuerung Kennzeichenbefestigung
  3. Hey guys, I've been scouring lots of beemer forums, and found a tiny bit of info and would like someone to confirm (or educate me). I'm building a budget gravel basher, and want to stiffen up the front (my suspension has 260ks and is a touch soft). I don't want to upgrade to coilovers (yet), and i've read that a good way to upgrade the front is to use E36 M3 front shocks with lowering springs (as my compact is 4cyl, therefore lighter in the front). The lowering springs will keep the compact at stock height, and the front will be nice and stiff. There's a set of M3 front shocks, offset mounts, sway bar and links which just popped up on Trademe (http://www.trademe.co.nz/motors/car-parts-accessories/bmw/suspension/auction-1316004846.htm), so I'm wondering if anyone knows something about this? Is there a different way of achieving this? My compact is of the m-sport variety, so maybe some new inserts will sort it out? Cheers, Kris
  4. Hi guys I've been skulking on the forums for a while, gathering intel, but haven't posted. I've been wanting to get into gravel rallying for a little while, and since you can buy E36s on a tight budget, it seemed like a good idea. They're popular in europe, so a ton of info is available. Spare parts are easy to come by (as it's sometimes cheaper to buy a broken E36 than it is to find individual parts). I bought an automatic '99 318Ti compact for under $1k, and after sorting small issues to get it a WoF, it's still driving. It's even seen a grass autocross and survived! I also have a frontal damaged 318is manual which is currently being stripped down for parts for the compact. I should probably start a build thread... Here's a pic for you: Cheers, Kris
  5. Statek

    WTB E36 Compact

    Hi guys Looking for a E36 Compact / 318ti project car. Doesn't have to have WOF but it does need a live rego (or on hold). Prefer something for under $1k. Located Auckland, but may travel for the right car. Cheers! Kris
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