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      09-09-2011, 12:37 AM   #1123
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I've heard this exhaust system in sydjaz's car, as both a passenger and driver before he sold it. Quick blast around the fishmarkets, Western diistributor and overpasses/tunnels.

It's got a nice note, with a fair bit of character and burble at idle and at WOT, it's quite aggressive. Definitely not a Milo tin exhaust attached to a Hyundai Excel.

From memory, he had it fitted without resonators though which produced a bit of drone around 2800 rpm. I think having the resonators would remove that.

I can vouch that the exhaust would be near new.
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      09-09-2011, 01:16 AM   #1124
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Price drop $1500

its a a full system (from the headers back)
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Can I just clarify is this a full system from the turbo back?

Does it include (or delete) the primary or secondary cats?

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      09-09-2011, 02:16 AM   #1125
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Can I just clarify is this a full system from the turbo back?

Does it include (or delete) the primary or secondary cats?

Thanks!
Yeah from the turbo back.

Its a straight through system no cats.
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      09-09-2011, 03:56 AM   #1126
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Stu,

I'll take two and some stickers.. plus the usb cable thx!!!
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      09-09-2011, 08:48 AM   #1127
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No offense but that is like prostituting your car out big time. I would never sell my car this way. Well maybe my old ute but not my beemer, no way. I wouldn't feel comfortable parking and leaving it there.
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+ 1 I don't think it's a good idea. Most of those cars are under 5k.
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I thought about doing that. Back in 1993 I sold a car by parking at the local service station with tear off phone numbers. Sold it in 3 hours for more than I had bought it for a month earlier!
Never offense! It's not the nicest way to do it, but it works. It's just a great way to marry up buyers with sellers without dealing with the internet bs or dealer bs. People also think it's a local car and call only if they are interested. Also it's $50K BMW not a F1, parking it and leaving it should really not be an issue.

Also, Cozza's car is pretty and pretty cars attract a lot of people at these things. He might get someone with a bit of cash who wants a car that turns head. Enthusiasts, who is usually who you get from online ads for these cars, are serious pain in the ass to sell to sometimes - it's inherently what makes us enthusiasts!

I use to manage Audi & Porsche here, so I have a slight hint of an idea of how cars sell.
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      09-09-2011, 09:18 PM   #1128
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Set of brand new and un-used BMW Aluminium Pedals for MT.

$85 + $10 postage.

Part number 35000304643/2. Not sure about fitment for RHD as from USA, but should be fine.
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      09-09-2011, 09:23 PM   #1129
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I just been through the drama of US Pedals, they don't fit Aussie cars as we have 3 screw holes to the US 4 screw holes. The only Pedal that will fit is the Acc Pedal. I've got a set sitting at home now collecting dust.

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Set of brand new and un-used BMW Aluminium Pedals for MT.

$85 + $10 postage.

Part number 35000304643/2. Not sure about fitment for RHD as from USA, but should be fine.
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      09-09-2011, 09:27 PM   #1130
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You sure, I have 2 sets as they duplicated my order. Was having them fitted next week.
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I just been through the drama of US Pedals, they don't fit Aussie cars as we have 3 screw holes to the US 4 screw holes. The only Pedal that will fit is the Acc Pedal. I've got a set sitting at home now collecting dust.
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      09-09-2011, 10:41 PM   #1131
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You sure, I have 2 sets as they duplicated my order. Was having them fitted next week.
They won't fit RHD without modifications. I've also got a set collecting dust.
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      09-09-2011, 11:49 PM   #1132
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Well here we go again guys. I just got back to Australia and Andrew@SouthernBM has informed me that my coilovers are in!

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Prefer a local buyer but will ship at buyers expense.

This kit has done ~5000km only. It will be uninstalled by Andrew@SouthernBM, who did the installation too.

Eibach Springs $220
Koni FSDs $720

Feel free to PM me.
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      09-10-2011, 12:16 AM   #1133
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Just tried and look like you are correct
well if anyone wants 2 sets, I have 6 pedals that won't fit. maybe they will fit an E90
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They won't fit RHD without modifications. I've also got a set collecting dust.
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      09-10-2011, 12:57 AM   #1134
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Which pedal didnt fit? Was it the dead pedal?
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      09-10-2011, 02:39 AM   #1135
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Ill put up a WTB in case theres any more floating around cause ive missed 2 so far ;P

WTB modified CDV (clutch delay valve).
I just changed mine over to the one i got from matt. Reading the main cdv delete thread, looks like the stock cdv can be easily modified by knocking out the internal part using an allen key.

So now I have my stock cdv with the internals knocked out if anyone wants it. Looking at the hole it seems to be exact same size as the one I got from mattv. No drilling was done so I doubt there are any structural issue with the valve.
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      09-10-2011, 02:43 AM   #1136
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Which pedal didnt fit? Was it the dead pedal?
The clutch and brake pedals are a different size and so is the dead pedal. See my thread of a few years ago.


http://www.1addicts.com/forums/showthread.php?t=218379
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      09-10-2011, 07:02 AM   #1137
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I just changed mine over to the one i got from matt. Reading the main cdv delete thread, looks like the stock cdv can be easily modified by knocking out the internal part using an allen key.

So now I have my stock cdv with the internals knocked out if anyone wants it. Looking at the hole it seems to be exact same size as the one I got from mattv. No drilling was done so I doubt there are any structural issue with the valve.
does it make much of a difference? can you feel it? did it cost you much to have the cdv valve replaced?
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      09-10-2011, 07:19 AM   #1138
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does it make much of a difference? can you feel it? did it cost you much to have the cdv valve replaced?
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It definitely made a difference. There is now no more "delay" on the 1-2 gear change where before it felt like i'm smashing the synchros when trying to shift quickly. 2-3 gear change is also much faster and smoother.

Cost to install = 1hr all up of my time as I did it at home (I swear 45min of the hour is getting the car jacked up)
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      09-10-2011, 09:48 PM   #1139
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17" 207M M-sport wheels and Pirelli PZero runflats

recently upgraded to 18" so selling the set my 125i M-sport wheels and tyres
Tyres are Pirelli PZeros as shown here:
http://www.tirerack.com/tires/tires....port%20Package

no holes, >60% thread rears, >75% fronts. Probably best runflats you can get for your money.

Wheels are generally in excellent condition, left rear has pretty bad kerb rash around the perimeter - certainly fixable but I can't be bothered. Doesn't look that bad from a couple metres away. Small patch - 3cm - left front, other two are pristine.

Will make a good improvement package for your 118i/120i or if you're looking for fresh tyres, the set will cost you less and still has 10-15K tyre wear left in it.

Looking for $700 for the set or sell individual wheels if you need to replace your damaged ones at $250 each.

Pick up sydney east. Pics below
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      09-10-2011, 09:53 PM   #1140
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New set in box bought from NorthShore BMW cost $88.24 each. Unused and completely blemish free. Unwanted gift. Will sell for $100 for the lot. Post at buyer's expense - shouldnt' be more than $20 in Oz
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      09-10-2011, 10:54 PM   #1141
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Got some Audio Equipment leftover from previous cars. Moving house and don't want to shift it.

You pick it up - it's yours.

1: Pioneer dual 12" Sub Enclosure with twin Competition Series Subs.
2: DNA Audio single 12" Sub Enclosure with 12" Alpine Type R Sub.
3: Polk Audio 12" DB Sub (no enclosure)

Some of it is a little dusty but all in perfect working order and will look like new after a wipe down...

COME AND GET IT!!!

(No, I won't post this stuff - it all weighs a tonne so would be prohibitively expensive.)
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      09-11-2011, 05:57 AM   #1142
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The Acc Pedal is the only that will fit.

I ordered some from bmminiparts.com from the UK.

The pics on their site show the correct screw holes.
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      09-11-2011, 08:14 AM   #1143
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Space Saver for your 1er or 3er. (Not sure if it fits over 135i brakes)


208 type 18" Wheels with RFTs.
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      09-11-2011, 07:39 PM   #1144
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Drazen, I want those 208s. How much for me?

Potentially the second set of wheels I buy off you to powdercoat lol
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