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by DJ Syxx
09 Jan 2017, 20:14
Forum: BMW - Cars & Parts for Sale
Topic: FOR SALE - Rare Oz Mito Type 1 18x11.25 & 18x9 £2200
Replies: 1
Views: 355

FOR SALE - Rare Oz Mito Type 1 18x11.25 & 18x9 £2200

For sale is my rare set of Oz Mito type 1 three piece split wheels. These are very rare in 18's and the spec they have been built up to. 18x11.25" ET15 with 3.75" lip and 255/35/18 Continental Sport 3 tyres. 18x9" ET27.5 with 2" lip and 225/40/18 Continental Sport 3 tyres. The front tyres have very ...
by DJ Syxx
13 Aug 2016, 23:24
Forum: Off topic - Anything Goes!
Topic: Olympics? Anyone actually watching it?
Replies: 8
Views: 559

Re: Olympics? Anyone actually watching it?

Womens Volleyball is worth a watch. ;)

Been watching the weighlifting, Judo, diving and gymnastics.

Agree Neil, it should be just olympic sports, why something like football, rugby, shooting etc. is considered olympic I just don't get.
by DJ Syxx
12 Aug 2016, 22:17
Forum: Wheels | Brakes | Tyres
Topic: E36 M3 Evo Brake Pads
Replies: 4
Views: 655

Re: E36 M3 Evo Brake Pads

bhups wrote:Cheers guys.

Richie yeah i heard about those ones but i couldn't find those pads in an e36 m3 application.
Here bro:
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by DJ Syxx
11 Aug 2016, 17:54
Forum: Wheels | Brakes | Tyres
Topic: E36 M3 Evo Brake Pads
Replies: 4
Views: 655

Re: E36 M3 Evo Brake Pads

Bhups for lower dust levels you will want the performance friction z rated pads. They were what I used on the M and it made a difference to dust levels. You will still get it but they don't muck your wheels up as quick. The correct part code is 0394.11.
by DJ Syxx
23 Jul 2016, 21:44
Forum: Projects
Topic: Introducing The M3
Replies: 270
Views: 17566

Re: Introducing The M3

Thanks guys, good to be back posting on here, will try not to leave it that long lol
by DJ Syxx
22 Jul 2016, 21:59
Forum: Projects
Topic: Introducing The M3
Replies: 270
Views: 17566

Re: Introducing The M3

And this brings us up to date. After seeing the F10 M5 gear knob being fitted in quite a few cars now and being illuminated I decided to take the plunge on one. Part number for it is 25112284205. So I got on with removing the old gear knob. After reading stories of being smacked in the face I did wo...
by DJ Syxx
22 Jul 2016, 21:58
Forum: Projects
Topic: Introducing The M3
Replies: 270
Views: 17566

Re: Introducing The M3

Wanting to make my engine bay properly complete with all the carbon goodies in there, I had a carbon fibre cover while looking great kinda wished it looked like the OEM with the spine grooves. After seeing Paul46's one I bought a spare cover so this could be done. I was going to use my guy in Thaila...
by DJ Syxx
22 Jul 2016, 21:58
Forum: Projects
Topic: Introducing The M3
Replies: 270
Views: 17566

Re: Introducing The M3

Needed to replace my battery the old one had sadly seen better days and wasn't holding its charge as good weirdly didn't come up with a yellow to replace as it was showing a black circle plus being the original battery I'm surprised it lasted this long. https://farm2.staticflickr.com/1463/2560707141...
by DJ Syxx
22 Jul 2016, 21:57
Forum: Projects
Topic: Introducing The M3
Replies: 270
Views: 17566

Re: Introducing The M3

Just before taking the wheels off for winter I took an opportunity to take some fresh photos. https://farm1.staticflickr.com/671/23440949691_d8de07fb09_c.jpg 686 by DJ] N04/]DJ Syxx[/url], on Flickr https://farm6.staticflickr.com/5836/23497284076_13661867a3_c.jpg 688 by DJ] N04/]DJ Syxx[/url], on Fl...
by DJ Syxx
22 Jul 2016, 21:57
Forum: Projects
Topic: Introducing The M3
Replies: 270
Views: 17566

Re: Introducing The M3

Some of you will have already seen how my engine bay looks from shows this year but haven't posted on my build thread what was added since fitting a GSR airbox along with a carbon fibre intake piece and rocker cover over a year ago. So beginning of the year I wanted to add some more just to finish i...

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