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Tiz



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PostSubject: Re: my rwd baby   my rwd baby - Page 2 EmptyTue Jul 13 2010, 13:21

lol your not gonna kill yourself or others for having a little slide in a 318....
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PostSubject: Re: my rwd baby   my rwd baby - Page 2 EmptyTue Jul 13 2010, 14:35

Tiz wrote:
lol your not gonna kill yourself or others for having a little slide in a 318....
http://drift411.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=5766
http://www.7tune.com/school-girl-dies-in-drifting-accident/

I've never tried to drift or slide the back end of my car out before.
If I lose control, I could damage my car/myself/somebody elses car/somebody else/etc.

Personally I dont think i'm experienced enought to be able to control my car properly if i did that, so why bother?

Skid-pans = somewhere to practice drifting.
Public road = as far from ^that^ as possible.


Anyway, that's my opinion. And whether I choose to or not.
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PostSubject: Re: my rwd baby   my rwd baby - Page 2 EmptyTue Jul 13 2010, 14:38

Agreed tbh. theres a time and a place for these things and public roads aint it unless its like 2am my rwd baby - Page 2 Icon_razz
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PostSubject: Re: my rwd baby   my rwd baby - Page 2 EmptyTue Jul 13 2010, 16:28

Stampers wrote:
Tiz wrote:
lol your not gonna kill yourself or others for having a little slide in a 318....
http://drift411.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=5766
http://www.7tune.com/school-girl-dies-in-drifting-accident/

I've never tried to drift or slide the back end of my car out before.
If I lose control, I could damage my car/myself/somebody elses car/somebody else/etc.

Personally I dont think i'm experienced enought to be able to control my car properly if i did that, so why bother?

Skid-pans = somewhere to practice drifting.
Public road = as far from ^that^ as possible.



Anyway, that's my opinion. And whether I choose to or not.

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mad4it

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PostSubject: Re: my rwd baby   my rwd baby - Page 2 EmptyTue Jul 13 2010, 16:50

as most of you seem to knw alot more than me on the bmw's
how can i make this a little faster that isnt going to cost me a s**t load of dollor its the 1.9 8v petrol engine in mine same in the e46
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PostSubject: Re: my rwd baby   my rwd baby - Page 2 EmptyTue Jul 13 2010, 17:12

mad4it wrote:
as most of you seem to knw alot more than me on the bmw's
how can i make this a little faster that isnt going to cost me a s**t load of dollor its the 1.9 8v petrol engine in mine same in the e46

These are all mods for the 318is but they may work on the 316...

Big bore throttle body (BBTB) - Cheapest i've seen is 120 and exchange your standard TB.
K&N 57i kit straight down behind front bumper with heatshield - 56 and make your own heatshield.
Re-map - 200 at the Tinklers re-map day.
Exhaust system -
Cooper S supercharger -
Custom KO Performance Supercharger kit - 3500
Stripping un-necessary weight - free
Engine replacement - varies

Thats pretty much all you can do with a 4 pot BMW to make it quicker.
Easiest options are to improve the the air flow to the engine and the BBTB mod. You can do them together for under 200.

The 316 is only an 8v, whereas the 318's were 16v.
Best bet would be to get a 318ti Compact engine (16v) as that'll give you an extra 35bhp and shave 2 seconds off your 0-60 time.

Or better yet, just get a 325i or higher.
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PostSubject: Re: my rwd baby   my rwd baby - Page 2 EmptyTue Jul 13 2010, 19:59

why would you bother with any of that, just by a real BM instead my rwd baby - Page 2 Icon_razz
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mad4it

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PostSubject: Re: my rwd baby   my rwd baby - Page 2 EmptyWed Jul 14 2010, 07:26

this one will do just fine untill i get away from all this German crap and get a nice rs turbo my rwd baby - Page 2 128807 my rwd baby - Page 2 Icon_lol
will look into the tb then a remap that should do untill i get an rs,
would prob just keep this as my daily anyway my rwd baby - Page 2 51732
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PostSubject: Re: my rwd baby   my rwd baby - Page 2 EmptyWed Jul 14 2010, 07:47

mad4it wrote:
this one will do just fine untill i get away from all this German crap and get a nice rs turbo my rwd baby - Page 2 128807 my rwd baby - Page 2 Icon_lol
will look into the tb then a remap that should do untill i get an rs,
would prob just keep this as my daily anyway my rwd baby - Page 2 51732

Dont waste your money mate! put it towards the RS, i would be suprised if you see any more than 10hp IF that from a throttlebody and a remap and thats like 300 down the drain.
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PostSubject: Re: my rwd baby   my rwd baby - Page 2 EmptyWed Jul 14 2010, 07:49

Stampers wrote:
Tiz wrote:
lol your not gonna kill yourself or others for having a little slide in a 318....
http://drift411.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=5766
http://www.7tune.com/school-girl-dies-in-drifting-accident/

I've never tried to drift or slide the back end of my car out before.
If I lose control, I could damage my car/myself/somebody elses car/somebody else/etc.

Personally I dont think i'm experienced enought to be able to control my car properly if i did that, so why bother?

Skid-pans = somewhere to practice drifting.
Public road = as far from ^that^ as possible.


Anyway, that's my opinion. And whether I choose to or not.


-sigh- you will never understand untill you do it, and if you dont enjoy it you dont have a soul. Im not asking you to do 20 laps of a roundabout in rush hour traffic, just a little tweak round a slow corner or something. Although it is more dangerous on an open diff than an lsd or a welder.
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PostSubject: Re: my rwd baby   my rwd baby - Page 2 EmptyWed Jul 14 2010, 10:38

you maybe be right tiz, just save for the rs my rwd baby - Page 2 51732
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PostSubject: Re: my rwd baby   my rwd baby - Page 2 EmptyWed Jul 14 2010, 20:24

Tiz wrote:
Stampers wrote:
Tiz wrote:
lol your not gonna kill yourself or others for having a little slide in a 318....
http://drift411.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=5766
http://www.7tune.com/school-girl-dies-in-drifting-accident/

I've never tried to drift or slide the back end of my car out before.
If I lose control, I could damage my car/myself/somebody elses car/somebody else/etc.

Personally I dont think i'm experienced enought to be able to control my car properly if i did that, so why bother?

Skid-pans = somewhere to practice drifting.
Public road = as far from ^that^ as possible.


Anyway, that's my opinion. And whether I choose to or not.


-sigh- you will never understand untill you do it, and if you dont enjoy it you dont have a soul. Im not asking you to do 20 laps of a roundabout in rush hour traffic, just a little tweak round a slow corner or something. Although it is more dangerous on an open diff than an lsd or a welder.

i dont think i ever went round a roundabout normally in my old volvo 340. the most fun car i have ever driven, wish i didnt sell it but if i kept it i think i would have lost my license for sure Razz
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PostSubject: Re: my rwd baby   my rwd baby - Page 2 EmptyWed May 11 2011, 05:27

couple of udated pics
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PostSubject: Re: my rwd baby   my rwd baby - Page 2 EmptyTue May 17 2011, 05:19

some more pics
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PostSubject: Re: my rwd baby   my rwd baby - Page 2 EmptyFri Jun 03 2011, 09:54

all back to black now apart from the headlights.
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PostSubject: Re: my rwd baby   my rwd baby - Page 2 EmptySat Jun 04 2011, 17:55

sold the compact now have a coupe and its sooooooooooo much better Thumbs up
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