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03-23-2003, 11:33 AM
suspension trailing arms, half-shafts and bearings have the same part numbers on the 240 hp \'99 MZ as on the 315 hp \'01 MZ? If you don\'t know if the part numbers are the same do you know if the half-shafts are the same diameter? Are these parts the same on the lower power, i.e. non-M, Z cars?<br> '03 M3 on a DIET (home-built CSL, almost as light, soon to be lighter, than the rest-of-world CSL but with AC and power windows), IR/SMG coupe (no other options), 13.5# Hawker battery with switch on ground cable to save battery when car sits for more than three days, Eisenmann Meisterschaft Ti. exhaust, 15# funky racing seats, SSR Comps, Hawk HPS pads, Euro rotors, 1" lower front and rear by heating stock springs, front license plate nylon-tied to lower intake grill, GC or other weight saving anti-sways soon and Wilwood alloy calipers if I can engineer it.

GMW/CSL = '88 M3 coupe, ZO6 engine, 6-speed Camaro tranny, Fittipaldi Fin wheels, Nitto 215 - 45 -17 tires, M Roadster or M Coupe front and rear suspension to be installed soon, almost finished for a serious 2800# CSL with 400 HP to wheels.

03-23-2003, 01:40 PM

03-24-2003, 12:14 PM
If you want, instant message me and I\'ll look some stuff up for you.

<br>MCoupeMike - AIM: MCoupeMike2K - CCA#173617 386S/8

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