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19th September 2007

Heavily Modified BMW E36

 

I’ve found this BMW E36 318is for sale. This car has a Supra engine which makes me wonder about the title of this post because if a bimmer does not have a BMW engine inside it, then I don’t think it’s a BMW anymore. The engine bay has a Supra 2JZ-GTE engine block, with a huge Garret GT-42R Turbo, assisted by an Autronic SM4 Computer so, you can relax assured the car has a great power. The car also has a 6-speed gear box which is awesome. The car is well maintained and the owner even says that he doesn’t drive it while it’s raining LOOL!.

To be honest, I don’t like this car for 3 reasons:

1. The engine is not BMW, so it’s not a BMW anymore. I hate this.

2. The body kit is ugly like hell.

3. The rims look really bad.

4. The tail lights look really bad too. (umm… did I say 3 reasons?)

The only thing I adore about this car is the interior. I really love it.

Now, if you’re asking for the price for this car, it’s 33,000$. For me, even if I had this amount of money, I wouldn’t buy this car, what about you guys? would you buy it? If the price is high, how much would you pay to get it. Lets hear your opinion guys.


 



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18th September 2007

Sweet BMW E36 photos . . . Check them out!

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First of all, let me welcome our new friend Nick Branco who just filled his information on the Welcome BMW E36 blog readers! post. For those of you who don’t know what this is. I’ve asked for all the members of this blog to post information about them and their cars in that post. I received a nice number of responses but I’m still looking for more. So, if you’re a loyal reader for my BMW E36 Blog, please fill your information and let hear from you.

Now, for the content of this post, I’ve found some photos of BMW E36 cars and I really liked them. The cars are very clean and shinny (unlike my car today LOOOL), so I thought you’ll like them. These photos can also be used as wallpapers, so check them out and enjoy ;-)

Enjoy this guys and let me know how they will look on your monitor :-)

 





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17th September 2007

Review for BMW E92 M3

 

Today, I brought to you a video with a review for the BMW E92 M3. I’m sure that many of you will be anxious to see this review as it shows some of the best features of this nice BMW M3 V8. With a top speed of 273km/h and 8,300 top rpm I’m sure you can’t resist driving such a car. Of course, if you can afford it LOOOL!.

Enjoy…



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14th September 2007

Miss September 2007 . . . Fabulous!

 

It’s time for our monthly featured model here on the BMW E36 blog. For those of you who don’t know what is this, we feature a car on monthly basis and add it to our Models section (see Our Models section). So, if you have car and think "she" deserves to be featured here, please feel free to contact me and please remember to send me some photos of the car.

This month’s model is the car of our friend Jim K. He joined us recently and sent me a message with some information about his car, and when I saw the car, I thought it’s really good and deserves to be featured in our models section, so I asked Jim to send me some photos and he did. Please take a look and let me know what you think.

What do you think of this model? lets hear you . . .

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12th September 2007

Driving Technique: Heel and Toe Shifting

 

I’ve noticed a good increase in the number of subscribers to my blog. So I want to welcome all my new subscribers and I hope you will enjoy this blog. For those who didn’t read my previous post Welcome BMW E36 blog readers! yet, please do and remember to fill your information in the comments box below that post.

Heel and Toe is a driving technique. Drivers use the A?a??A?heel and toeA?a??A? method to smoothly combine braking and downshifting as they approach a corner. Good drivers know that blipping the throttle between gears in a downshift to speed up the engine to match the tire speed keeps the wheels from locking and stops the back end from getting loose. Heel-and-toeing simply combines blipping the throttle with braking. On early European sports and racing cars with a central throttle, the pedals were set up so the driver could use the ball of his right foot on the brake and the heel of the same foot on the gas. On modern cars, the driver uses the right side of his foot to blip the gas and the left side of the same foot to push the brake. Done correctly, your foot pivots quickly on its ball, giving a rapid blip to the throttle with the right side while the left provides steady pressure on the brake. For those who didn’t understand this description, you can watch this video which will teach you how to do it.

Enjoy…



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