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Hello from Scotland

Discussion in 'Introduce Yourself!' started by martyb, May 4, 2014.

  1. martyb

    martyb Newbie
    The M44 Massive

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    Hey there fowks,

    Some of you may notice me from the other zed forum and a few associated fb pages.

    Just wanted to say Hey!!
    I'll get some pics of my car on in due course as im on the mobile right now.

    Basically I started just over a year ago with a 97 1.9 z3 and since gave it a pretty big overhaul.

    Full respray
    new hood
    facelifted the centre console
    engine cooling system overhaul
    most gaskets etc replaced on the engine
    rear suspension renewed
    brakes renewed all round.
    front top seals done.
    style 18 alloys refurbished by myself
    Simota induction kit fitted
    Just generally alot of tlc put into it.

    My dream for the car

    rear m bumper, bootlid and wider arches etc fitted with quad pipes (no m badges though i dont like that sort of thing.) Already started gathering some parts.

    Big brake kit fitted to fill the inside of the wheels.

    Find some m wheels (i think these suit the car the best)

    Renew all suspension with poly bushes and maybe coilovers.

    Then im either going to go down the road of supercharger for the 1.9 or an engine swap to a bigger unit.


    Some may say im daft but hey it keeps me happy and everybody loves a project! :)

    Cheers guys hope to get to know some of you soon
     
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  2. GazHyde

    GazHyde The Gaz Monkey
    Staff Member Administrator Global Moderator British Zeds

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    Welcome @martyb,

    Another member for the [USERGROUP=12]@M44 Massive[/USERGROUP]! Sounds like you have a great project underway, can't wait to see the piccies when you are off your phone ;)

    Gary
     
  3. hard top

    hard top Zorg Expert (I)
    Dutch Zeds The M44 Massive

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    And a welcome from me too.
    Gaz, looks like you might have to change the status to 'Temporary M44 Massive'.........;)
     
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  4. zedonist

    zedonist Guest

    Welcome from me too, any advice required on the fat rear end conversion, give me a shout......
     
  5. t-tony

    t-tony Zorg Expert (I)
    Supporter British Zeds #ZedShed

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    Hey Marty a big welcome from me in sunny Florida ( normally Lincoln ) seen a whole lot of fat rear ends over hear, I can try and get some info if you like. =))

    Ps will be great to see some photo's of your project when you have time.
     
  6. bonzo

    bonzo Guest

    He could follow your lead and eat more pies!
     
  7. zedonist

    zedonist Guest

    Too true, can't beat a good pie, but you best stick to the complan old man eh?
     
  8. bonzo

    bonzo Guest

    Me, no, I prefer the come plan! ;) (boom-tish)
     
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  9. oldcarman

    oldcarman Zorg Guru (V)
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    Welcome!! If you're ever in Canada drop by for a beer or two. Sounds like quite a project you're undertaking. Good luck! JIM