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  1. 2 points
    Washed, polished & waxed: Sent from my SM-G925F using Tapatalk
  2. 1 point
    We thought we would arrange another meet this year on Portsdown Hill, however rather than just E28's on the Hill we thought we would make it an All 5 Series Forum meet this time. Saturday 18th June is the day in question. We have been granted the use of the front lawn in front of the Royal Armouries Museum being allowed to park amongst the big guns where we can meet up and admire each other's cars and which can also provides some great photo opportunities. The museum also has some great views over the Solent and the surrounding areas and best of all entry to the museum is free - I'm sure some of you will enjoy a look round the fort and its tunnels as well as the large historic collection of guns. The car park to the museum opens at 8am, so we can arrive and park up from between 8am and 10 am, Mick and myself will be on the gate to direct you onto the front lawn. Address of Royal armouries is: Fort Nelson Portsdown Hill Road Fareham PO17 6AN Linky to Royal Armouries website Add your name below if you are interested in coming. 1. Ordnator 2. E28 Bert 3. Derek (provided i'm not working) 4. JohnH (5 series or not. I just want to sit on a hill.) 5. Guy (E28e) 6. Sharkfan; I can bring a two door E28 (M635CSi) or an E34 Touring - any preferences? 7. URQ, can probably find something that has tax and MoT. 8. Weber magic 9. Steve (GT) 10. Garym535i 11. IHLJEVANS 12. jam172 e28 528i possibly (one sniff of rain and I will be in the e39 oil burner) 13. Captain Beaky - E28 525e 14. Gaza01 - E28 528iSE 15. Hippy 16. HarryA 17.Falcodub 18. Oxo 19. Spice-Boy 20. Mrs Ordnator 21. Abs_83 22.
  3. 1 point
    jamiepeers

    My New Toy

    I've been into tracking cars for a good few years now and have an E30 325i for that duty. However, the last few years its remained unloved and left alone as my mate has an E46 330i that has evolved into a seriously good track tool over the last few years with the pair of us working on it in that time turning it from a boggo 330i into the car it is today complete with very nice suspension, brakes, cage and supercharger. Having used that for a while and getting ever used to more powerful cars the E30 just wasn't going to cut it anymore, and whilst umming over what to do and setting myself up for a cheap E36 M3 i fell over this on ebay for similar money to E36, 3.0 cars and had to have it. Yes its had a superficial bump on the front and there's a couple of pin dents down the passenger side but hopefully once sorted out it will become a very capable track toy. Seriously, its been on the ramp and there doesn't appear to be any floor damage, the car drives straight with wheel centred and so after the ring trip next week, repairs will begin in earnest
  4. 1 point
    Put mine back together and drove the bloody thing! Discovered my sunroof has decided to go on strike in the last 8 weeks.
  5. 1 point
    ellis23

    Elecrical problem ?

    Ok Pits , u win
  6. 1 point
    You're the yard sweeper on a 100k a year as far as insurance is concerned [emoji23][emoji23][emoji23][emoji23]
  7. 1 point
    Neilb

    My New Toy

    That's a brave buy but it sounds straight and will repair nicely. Looking forward to more... [emoji106] Sent from my iPhone using fat fingers and a squint.
  8. 1 point
    Mebz_Rx

    Coloured angel eyes?

    I have them custom fitted on my E39, my angels are straight at the bottom instead of the full ring. They change / flash / strobe all sorts of colours but I leave them on white or red. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. 1 point
    Mebz_Rx

    New Member

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  10. 1 point
    Henal Madhvani

    Coloured angel eyes?

    They are very easy, your headlight are not sealed, you got clips, also don't buy the the remote control type buy the one you can change with your phone. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. 1 point
    Jay_w

    Another £15K 540i - Pistonheads

    Found this over on PH : http://www.pistonheads.com/classifieds/used-cars/bmw/e39-5-series-96-04/bmw-5-series-540i-highline-auto-saloon-lhd-incredible-condition-with-ultra-low-mileage/5627682?v=b
  12. 1 point
    NWJW

    What did you do to your E39 today ?

    Today I've stripped, cleaned and re-sealed my passenger side headlight as it was full of water (again!) and then spent many hours helping my mate re-cable his drivers side window regulator and fit coilovers all round to his e46 compact, I know it's not an e39 but still...
  13. 1 point
    twiglett

    Possibly looking at getting an E61

    I think I got a bit of a bargain with my e61. It was traded in at my work for £5k off a new hyundai. I bought it for £5008 (because I put some diesel in it when I test drove it.) It's a 2005 535d with 107000 miles and as far as I can see its a top of the range one with pretty much every optional extra. It does have a few faults that I'm slowly working through. Rear looms are knackered so the key only works close to the spoiler and the rear wiper doesn't work. I'm planning on a dpf removal and remap purely for performance gains. But I will be doing a major service and egr, swirl flap and thermostat removal before I get it mapped.
  14. 1 point
    oberlointment

    user manual for disv57 and inpa

    I clearly didn't search hard enough and inpa I found here BMW Inpa USER MANUAL.pdf - M5board.com
  15. 1 point
    J4M35

    What have you done on your E34 Today

    Inspected my new windscreen which was fitted during the week. Great job by glass man. Refitted the rear bumper, throttle pedal and cable, and reassembled the headlamp units with new Hella inserts. Planning to get a lot done this bank holiday weekend. £200 Citroen Saxo 1.0 is no substitute.
  16. 1 point
    Try and catch it from ep1, should be on catch up
  17. 1 point
    jamiepeers

    What did you do to your E60/61 today?

    Been turning my ex police E60 full of dents into something that looks half decent. So from this, To this. All dents sorted, M5 look front bumper, M sport rear bumper, carbon wrapped roof, 20" Zito's, Gloss black window surrounds, some different badging just for fun, and a retrimmed headlining in black suede. I need to take more pics really to show off all angles but its shit high at the moment.
  18. 1 point
    ROB163

    What did you do to your E60/61 today?

    Treated myself to some carbon wrap and some new vacuum pipes, had little luck with the pipes ( do you have to take inlet manifold off?) but got a fair bit done with the wrap!
  19. 1 point
    duncan-uk

    What options do you actually need?

    Big fuck off engine
  20. 1 point
    d_a_n1979

    Low dust brake pads

    Absolutely fine, just make sure you copper grease the 'ears' and inside the caliper where the ears sit, to stop it TBH it's best practise to do this with any pad... I do have to say though, the Ferodo DS2500's can squeal a bit, but it depends on the discs as well IMO, blanks are the worse
  21. 1 point
    Alaskan weather is crazy. At midnight in the summer it looks like it's about 2pm in the afternoon. Insomniacs hell
  22. 1 point
    whiskychaser

    Truck photos.

    Czech road train
  23. 1 point
    p3tchy

    If you drive an Automatic read this!

    Great story, apart from the fact you didn't actually tell us how you put it in N or where to find the info.
  24. 1 point
    MadeinWigan

    Avus E34 540/6 Touring restoration

    There's not a massive amount to report at the moment. I'm waiting for the welding to be done so have just been doing small bits. I'm concentrating on the electrics at the moment, when I swapped the door over from the M5 I was breaking I didn't connect all of the wiring. It was a very fiddly job connecting the door loom but I eventually got it. Result is one working door and electric window. The car had got quite damp after standing over winter. This hasn't been kind to the headlining which is sagging in a few places and will need to be glued back up. I spent a day playing with wheels and left all of the doors open so at least it is nicely dried out now. I'm unsure as to which wheels to put on the car. I've ruled out the Rondell 058's because even though they look great they're just not quite right for the car. This leaves me with a choice of M5 M Parras, staggered throwing stars or 17 inch Style 5's. What do you think?
  25. 1 point
    All the posts above describe a DPF Regen perfectly. the Regen will not stop if you slow down, it will continue even in traffic or idling right up until you stop the car (and continue the next time you start and get up to temp). The engine does sound course during the regen. Getting a copy of DIS should be the first port of call rather than paying through the nose at the stealers. Measure your own backpressures. £30 odd quid for a cable and software is a massively worhtwhile investment


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