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GaryR

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About GaryR

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  • Porsche Club
    PCA (Porsche Club of America)
  • Present cars
    2005 Guards Red 997 S
  • Future cars
    2006 BMW M3
  • Former cars
    62,66,67 Austin Healy 3000
    74 Triumph TR6
    2001 BMW 330Ci
  1. Yikes! That is one major screw up if it is... :eek: no WAY they should be reversed unless i'm looking at them incorrectly.
  2. Is it my eyes playing tricks or are the driver's side inlets scalloped one way and the passenger's side reversed?
  3. That's a rumor i've heard also, that the V8 is basically the M5's modular V10 with two less cylinders. Don't care what they call it, M4, M3.5, whatever. The current M3 looks exactly like my 330Ci inside and out and after 4 years i'm ready for a change. Didn't pick up on an enormous difference in power, though it is supposedly 100HP stronger. That may just have been me though.. :drive:
  4. Thanks Loren. Wonder if there is an aftermarket adjustable assemby available? I suppose I will adapt to it if I have to..
  5. Is the brake pedal height adjustable? I just (finally) got around to installing my new Carnewal pedals and even though the gas pedal is about 3/8" higher and the brake/clutch about 1/4" lower the heel/toe angle is a bit too steep. Would like to lower the brake actuation about another 1/2".. Thanks! :drive:
  6. Had mine open for the first time yesterday and did not notice any rattles at all, up to just over 80MPH anyway. I would hit your service dept. :drive:
  7. You can start looking at some of the equipment by going to the manufacturers sites and then looking for distributors in your area (which is WHERE in the USA?). For instance you can go to Sparco's main site ( http://www.sparcousa.com/ ) to find their outlets. If your confident of size you can buy online at places like Race Depot ( http://www.theracedepot.com/ ). Sparco, Bell, Impact, Simpson, etc.. all the best brands are there. Don't forget a Halon Fire Extinguisher and mount (check your club/track requirements). Good luck! :thumbup:
  8. Very nice Chris, I see you already installed the clear side markers, anything else? I have the clears, Carnewal pedal set, and am considering the Fabspeed SS exhaust and cold air kit along with the OEM short shifter next. One rear to another.. hehe. I fixed the crooked plate, idiot at dealer created two NEW mounting holes for plate bracket! :cheers:
  9. You may want to take a look at this thread... or may not.. :) http://forums.rennlist.com/rennforums/show...ad.php?t=179287 :cheers:
  10. GaryR

    GT3 car bra

    Neil - I would look into someone local installing a clear bra using 3M or Venture material. Do a search on the internet for clear bras or go directly to the mfg sites and start there. The "old style" bras look like hell (to me), require maintenance, and often damage the paint. :cheers:
  11. VERY nice Ivan! Have fun with it! :cheers:
  12. Can't help you with install but where did you get them as I wold like to see what they look like? Thanks
  13. On my 2001 330Ci all you have to remove is one screw (half-turn) to release a small (maybe 6"x6") cover plate to get to the drain plug. Did they change that? My wife will possibly be getting a 2006 M3, just curious..
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