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6 Steps To Modify Your BMW E36

27th May 2008

6 Steps To Modify Your BMW E36

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I’ve received a PDF document from Hicham which contains some tips about modifying BMW E36 cars. I read the document and it indeed contains some useful information that can help anyone who’s intending to modify a BMW E36 car. Unfortunately, the document gives some directions about how to start modifying your BMW, but then it doesn’t give much details or specific information to accomplish each step. Anyway, I’m sure you will find this document useful and it’s short, so, it’s not going to take much time to read it. You can download it from here.


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  1. 1 On August 6th, 2011, Paul Kingswell said:

    Help! I have an E36 2.8 coupe, 1999, fitted with a cold air induction kit. Between the throttle body & mass air sensor is the standard BMW rubber boot. But…when the car gets hot (fast road or track use) the boot collapses, restricts the airflow, & top end power disapears. Let the car go cold, boot pops out, everything fine untill it gets hot again. Can’t find a silicon alternative anywhere. Any ideas?