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Straight Six March 2013

Discussion in 'The BMW Car Club' started by Zorg, Mar 6, 2013.

  1. Zorg

    Zorg Zorg Addict

    Jun 7, 2012
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    Just hit the door mat, and with plenty of Zed content this month :D

    > Brand new out of the box BMW Z1! Unregistered Zero Mile z1 inspected by the Z1 registrar Jamal.
    > Z Register news has a short piece by Ian Conuel about the Zorg Meguiars visit last month.
    > Mike Fishwick has had his Z3 for 14 years now, and gives us an update to his last "running report"

    ...and plenty of non Zed content too!

    > Matt from Off Your Marks talks about 'snow foam'
    > The Poly Bush Question. Article on, err, poly bushes!
  2. La_vida_diver

    La_vida_diver Zorg Guru (I)
    British Zeds The West Country

    Jan 1, 2012
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    Bideford, Devon
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    Z3 2.8 Roadster
    Yes I really enjoyed this months and especially as it had non content from your truly. LOL

    The Poly bush article was great especially as I am looking at the rear suspension of Black for the Track as I have dropped it and it now has 3.82 degrees of camber which I want to reduce back to a little under 2 degrees.

    I also found out recently that the rear end of the Z3 is from the E30 which is news to me! so the front is E36 and the rear is E30 interesting!!
  3. Aceman

    Aceman Moderator
    British Zeds 3rd Party Trader

    Dec 5, 2011
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    Yes strange mix of suspension on the Z3 when you look at the E36 which is mainly based on. The E36 had the innotive (at the time) Z Link suspension which they decided not to fit on the Z3's probably for cost reasons.