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      02-20-2020, 06:42 PM   #1
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2020 AW M2C Street/Auto X & Track Build Progress

Engine:
BMC Drop in Dry Air Filters & Charcoal Filter delete
RPI V3 RAM AIR INDUCTION SCOOPS & Modified sealed ducting to the airboxes.
BMC Catch Can
VTT S55 Crank Bolt Capture

Software:
BM3 Cary Jordan Tune in progress.
Bimmercode & E-SYS used for custom changes including:

GTS EPS (Electronic Power Steering) *Stiffens steering for better control/handling with more advance power assist.
GTS Traction Control *Givens more slip in MDM and allows better traction control settings (you can select this or euro MDM not both)
GTS Differential *Allows for better take off from the line and better control on turns.
No Dazzle High Beam assist (for cars with LED lighting package only)
Adaptive Headlight 2 (Variable Light Distribution)
Removal Of Seat Belt Chimes
Removal Of Seat Belt Warnings
Flashing Brake Lights (Brake Force Display)
Rear Fog light activation
Front Headlamp Halo Intensity Increased to 50%
Folding Mirrors with comfort access (option of instant fold on lock or hold to fold on lock)


Exhaust:
AA MidPipe
Wagner Euro 200CEL HFC's
102MM CF Exhaust tips
New AA Mad Max Valved Exhaust


Suspension:
TC Kline S/A Front/ & D/A rear Coilovers with 400/700 lb Spgs
TC Kline Camber Plates
Custom 2 position alignment for Street/Auto X & Track

Brakes:
Essex Front 9660 BBK 372MM
Essex Rear CP9451 BBK 365MM
Ferodo DS2500's for street
Ferodo DS3.12's for the track

Rims:

OEM's will have 265/35/19 & 295/35/19 Michelin PS4S

Track & Auto X Days:

Apex EC7 18x10's with 33 Offset & 12 MM front spacers with 265/35 & 295/35's Yoko A052's

Interior:
AK Motion Data Display
M Sport Electronic Steering Wheel
Aluminum Pedals
Ultimate Clutch Pedal
Auto Solutions SSK (25% reduction, OEM height, upgraded bushings)
Raceseng 1.8 lb shift knob
Rear seat Delete with net w/ rear CF strut brace
Anti Gravity H7/Group 94R OEM Automotive Case size (directly replace stock battery) @15 lbs.
Eton B100 Drop in Front & Center Speakers
​JL Audio C2-400x's Rear Speakers
Match UP 7 DSP AMP
ASD Delete Module

Cosmetic:
Lightweight Front Splitter
RKP Rear Spoiler
CF Side Mirror Covers
Rear & Side reflector deletes, front grill inserts
XPEL Full Front
Carbonio Front Plate Bracket
30% Tint
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I'm almost done and ready for the 2020 season...

My car has the following mods on it:

Engine:
BMC Drop in Dry Air Filters & Carbon Filter delete
Custom Ram Air setup to the airboxes
BMC Catch Can

Software:
ECUTEK TUNE (March timeframe)
Bimmercode & E-SYS used for custom changes including:

GTS EPS (Electronic Power Steering) *Stiffens steering for better control/handling with more advance power assist.
GTS Traction Control *Givens more slip in MDM and allows better traction control settings (you can select this or euro MDM not both)
GTS Differential *Allows for better take off from the line and better control on turns.
No Dazzle High Beam assist (for cars with LED lighting package only)
YouTube Video of Feature
Adaptive Headlight 2 (Variable Light Distribution)
Removal Of Seat Belt Chimes
Removal Of Seat Belt Warnings
Flashing Brake Lights (Brake Force Display) (Upon hard braking the brake lights will flash)
Rear Fog light activation
Front Headlamp Halo Intensity Increased to 50%
Folding Mirrors with comfort access (option of instant fold on lock or hold to fold on lock)


Exhaust:
AA MidPipe
Wagner Euro 200CEL HFC's
102MM CF Exhaust tips
Muffler painted Black

Suspension:
TC Kline S/A Front/ & D/A rear Coilovers with 400/700 lb Spgs
TC Kline Camber Plates
Custom 2 position alignment for Street/Auto X & Track

Brakes:
Essex Front 9660 BBK
Porterfield R4 Pads

Rims:
EOM's will have 265/35/19 & 285/35/19 RE71R's. (Stock Michelins still on it)

Track Days:
Apex EC7 18x10's with 33 Offset & 12 MM front spacers with 275/35/18 BFG R1's Square setup

Interior:
AK Motion Data Display
M Sport Electronic Steering Wheel
Aluminum Pedals
Ultimate Clutch Pedal
Auto Solutions SSK
Raceseng 1.8 lb shift knob
Rear seat Delete with net w/ rear CF strut brace
Anti Gravity H7/Group 94R OEM Automotive Case size (directly replace stock battery) @15 lbs.
Eton B100 Drop in Front & Center Speakers
​JL Audio C2-400x's Rear Speakers
ASD Delete Module

Cosmetic:
Lightweight Front Splitter
RKP Rear Spoiler
CF Side Mirror Covers
Rear & Side reflector deletes, front grill inserts
30% Tint
Wow, looks like you've been busy! I'd love to hear your thoughts on the TC Kline setup on street and track. Please post some comments when you can.

Also, are you sure you can fit 265/35/19 RE71R up front?
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YUP will be running 3.0 Neg camber . Will see a little fender liner contact at full compression according to others running them.

I might end up running a 3rd set of rims with the 18x10 fronts and 18x11 rears sometime in the future. There are so many more options in the 18" sizes. Sq or staggered...

It will be a few weeks before I can stretch the M2 out. Its still cold up here and I only drive it once a week or so right now. As soon as I can I'll add some thoughts on the TCK kit...
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Wow, looks like you've been busy! I'd love to hear your thoughts on the TC Kline setup on street and track. Please post some comments when you can.

Also, are you sure you can fit 265/35/19 RE71R up front?
I've had the TCK C/O's on for about 2 wks now.

I've got them set for street right now. You can tell its a linear spring vs the crap that was in there from the factory. Is a smoother motion than the OEM setup, but is firmer the first bit of compression (400lb linear spg front)

I'm ok with a firmer setup, but others might want to go with the 300/600 kit. I have my first HPDE on 4/24 on my home track (75+ days there)

Last, I'm going to have my DME bench flashed this Wend and have ECUTEK installed.

Not sure if we will have time for a dyno pull, but will certainly post a review

I'll post my thoughts after that...
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Color me impressed!! Can't wait to hear your feedback over the course of this season on all the different settings and parts installed.

Can you shed some light on the following...

"Eton B100 Drop in Front & Center Speakers
​JL Audio C2-400x's Rear Speakers" - Did have to change the OEM amp? How big of a difference are we talking here to clarity on the low end?

"Wagner Euro 200CEL HFC's" - Does it throw a code without a tune? How is the smell?

"No Dazzle High Beam assist (for cars with LED lighting package only)" - Is this the same as having the high beam move around the vehicle in front? Tried to get this coded but I don't think the individual who did it was successful.
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Color me impressed!! Can't wait to hear your feedback over the course of this season on all the different settings and parts installed.

Can you shed some light on the following...

"Eton B100 Drop in Front & Center Speakers
​JL Audio C2-400x's Rear Speakers" - Did have to change the OEM amp? How big of a difference are we talking here to clarity on the low end?

No I left the OEM AMP in for now. I was a big stereo buff and still have a good ear. Just swapping out the fronts made a big difference. The ETON's are plug and play. If you won't to go cheap just do the doors and take out the center speaker.

"Wagner Euro 200CEL HFC's" - Does it throw a code without a tune? How is the smell?

Yes it will throw the O2 codes every day or so. I have a AK Motion Display that codes this out for me. There is no smell with the HFC's. More volume , but not any smell.

"No Dazzle High Beam assist (for cars with LED lighting package only)" - Is this the same as having the high beam move around the vehicle in front? Tried to get this coded but I don't think the individual who did it was successful.
There are two settings that are cars have "coded off" here in the States. Both can be switched on using Bimmercode Expert Mode, or Carly, or even E-SYS.

Great mods
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Color me impressed!! Can't wait to hear your feedback over the course of this season on all the different settings and parts installed.

Can you shed some light on the following...

"Eton B100 Drop in Front & Center Speakers
​JL Audio C2-400x's Rear Speakers" - Did have to change the OEM amp? How big of a difference are we talking here to clarity on the low end?

"Wagner Euro 200CEL HFC's" - Does it throw a code without a tune? How is the smell?

"No Dazzle High Beam assist (for cars with LED lighting package only)" - Is this the same as having the high beam move around the vehicle in front? Tried to get this coded but I don't think the individual who did it was successful.
Free,

Sorry I did not respond to all 3 of your questions.

Check out this thread for lots of info on the stereo options:

https://f87.bimmerpost.com/forums/sh...=eton+speakers

The cats work fine, no smell. and they open up the exhaust about 20-25% in noise levels with the flaps open. Yes they throw O2 Sensor codes that I clear with my AK Motion dash unit.
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I'm almost done and ready for the 2020 season...

My car has the following mods on it:

Engine:
BMC Drop in Dry Air Filters & Carbon Filter delete
Custom Ram Air setup to the airboxes
BMC Catch Can
VTT S55 Crank Bolt Capture

Software:
ECUTEK TUNE (June 2020)
Bimmercode & E-SYS used for custom changes including:

GTS EPS (Electronic Power Steering) *Stiffens steering for better control/handling with more advance power assist.
GTS Traction Control *Givens more slip in MDM and allows better traction control settings (you can select this or euro MDM not both)
GTS Differential *Allows for better take off from the line and better control on turns.
No Dazzle High Beam assist (for cars with LED lighting package only)
YouTube Video of Feature
Adaptive Headlight 2 (Variable Light Distribution)
Removal Of Seat Belt Chimes
Removal Of Seat Belt Warnings
Flashing Brake Lights (Brake Force Display) (Upon hard braking the brake lights will flash)
Rear Fog light activation
Front Headlamp Halo Intensity Increased to 50%
Folding Mirrors with comfort access (option of instant fold on lock or hold to fold on lock)


Exhaust:
AA MidPipe
Wagner Euro 200CEL HFC's
102MM CF Exhaust tips
Muffler painted Black

Suspension:
TC Kline S/A Front/ & D/A rear Coilovers with 400/700 lb Spgs
TC Kline Camber Plates
Custom 2 position alignment for Street/Auto X & Track

Brakes:
Essex Front 9660 BBK
Essex Rear BBK
Ferodo DS2500's for street
Ferodo DS3.12's for the track

Rims:

OEM's will have 265/35/19 & 295/35/19 Michelin PS4S

Track & Auto X Days:
Apex EC7 18x10's with 33 Offset & 12 MM front spacers with 265/35 & 295/35's Yoko A052's

Interior:
AK Motion Data Display
M Sport Electronic Steering Wheel
Aluminum Pedals
Ultimate Clutch Pedal
Auto Solutions SSK
Raceseng 1.8 lb shift knob
Rear seat Delete with net w/ rear CF strut brace
Anti Gravity H7/Group 94R OEM Automotive Case size (directly replace stock battery) @15 lbs.
Eton B100 Drop in Front & Center Speakers
​JL Audio C2-400x's Rear Speakers
Match UP 7 DSP AMP
ASD Delete Module

Cosmetic:
Lightweight Front Splitter
RKP Rear Spoiler
CF Side Mirror Covers
Rear & Side reflector deletes, front grill inserts
XPEL Full Front
30% Tint
Added the rear Essex BBK and changed out pads for upcoming season.
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Iím running same c/o kit and camber plates. Your ps4s in 265/35r19 up fronts clear the liner ok? I have a bit of rub on my worn out
Pss in same size so was thinking of dropping to 255/35 up front for more clearance. I could just raise it up a bit I suppose.
Whatís your height? 595 and 600mm per bmw spec for their c/oís is where I set mine at. I do have the softer springs though.
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I'm on the OEM 19's right now but will be switching to 265/30 & 295/30 19 PS4S's soon.

My track setup is on 18's...clear fine
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Ah yes, 30 profile, makes sense. I daily drive it, so I want to stick to 35 series.
I really like your set up. Did you do the whole corner balance thing? Or just match the drop on each side and then wheel alignment. I still have to get a wheel alignment on mine (not many kmís driven since install due to lock down).
Iíll probably match height side to side with 175 lbs in drivers seat and then get wheels aligned. Iím currently off side to side about 2mm. Fender to bottom of rim method.
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I wont CB until late this season.

Lots of sorting to do with the suspension, camber and rim widths. I always CB last.

I've spent most of the last 20 + years driving on Hoosiers, BFG's and several other assorted DOT R Compound tires. These newer "cheater" tires ala 052's, RE71R's or BFG Rival 1.5's are so much closer to the R Compounds now.

I'm really looking forward to using the Yoko 052's and then deciding to jump over to HOHO's, or R1's if I miss the added mechanical grip...

As for the 30 series street tires my roads locally are pretty good. I'm not to concerned with potholes, and broken pavement so 30's will be fine.

I also like the PS4S's because you can horse around on them easily on the street and they are hard to wear out...Last they're one of the few tire combos you can get 265/30 and 295/30's in.
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Wow, looks like you've been busy! I'd love to hear your thoughts on the TC Kline setup on street and track. Please post some comments when you can.

Also, are you sure you can fit 265/35/19 RE71R up front?
I was finally able to get the car out to an Auto X this last Sunday. I'm very rusty but still had a blast. Had the shocks set for the setup TC offered and was very well composed.

Even on the street they're not bad in the race setting. Biggest change from full soft to Race is on smaller bumps and uneven pavement. There is much more feedback and a firmer response from the shocks. On the PS4's its ok, but on the A052's I'd want to run the full soft setup.

I'll be getting it on track in the next 3-4 weeks and will add some further thoughts then.
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I've read on this forum that some coilover setups can be better (more supple/better conforming/softer?) on the street than stock. I assume this is under max "soft" settings. Is this your experience so far?

Coilovers are likely in my near future and these are my main goals:

a) no harsher ride than stock, while on soft settings.
b) major improvement on track (less lean on corners, better grip), while on "race" settings.

I'm sure the answer is not as simple as "yes, do it and you'll achieve both".

I'll keep reading and look forward to your next update!
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I've read on this forum that some coilover setups can be better (more supple/better conforming/softer?) on the street than stock. I assume this is under max "soft" settings. Is this your experience so far?

Coilovers are likely in my near future and these are my main goals:

a) no harsher ride than stock, while on soft settings.
b) major improvement on track (less lean on corners, better grip), while on "race" settings.

I'm sure the answer is not as simple as "yes, do it and you'll achieve both".

I'll keep reading and look forward to your next update!
I actually like the ride better than the OEM setup. BMW uses a progressive spring in the rear of the car and going with almost any aftermarket setup gets you onto a Linear spg setup. I've used several brands on twin tube and mono tube shocks in the past. Love the Koni's because they are very durable even here in the Northeast. I put 85K on a set when I had a E36M3 and never had to have them rebuilt. Try that on some of the more expensive shocks. No way...They also are a great value all in for under $3K and the camber plates are included.
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Added Front & Rear SPL End Links

OEM's couldn't handle upgrades

Engine:
BMC Drop in Dry Air Filters & Charcoal Filter delete
Custom Ram Air setup to the airboxes
BMC Catch Can
VTT S55 Crank Bolt Capture

Software:
BM3 OTS Stg 2 Pump 93 Tune
Bimmercode & E-SYS used for custom changes including:

GTS EPS (Electronic Power Steering) *Stiffens steering for better control/handling with more advance power assist.
GTS Traction Control *Givens more slip in MDM and allows better traction control settings (you can select this or euro MDM not both)
GTS Differential *Allows for better take off from the line and better control on turns.
No Dazzle High Beam assist (for cars with LED lighting package only)
Adaptive Headlight 2 (Variable Light Distribution)
Removal Of Seat Belt Chimes
Removal Of Seat Belt Warnings
Flashing Brake Lights (Brake Force Display)
Rear Fog light activation
Front Headlamp Halo Intensity Increased to 50%
Folding Mirrors with comfort access (option of instant fold on lock or hold to fold on lock)


Exhaust:
AA MidPipe
Wagner Euro 200CEL HFC's
102MM CF Exhaust tips
Muffler painted Black

Suspension:
TC Kline S/A Front/ & D/A rear Coilovers with 400/700 lb Spgs
TC Kline Camber Plates
Custom 2 position alignment for Street/Auto X & Track
SPL Front Adjustable Sway Bar Links
SPL Rear Adjustable Sway Bar Links
Bimmerworld Precision Monoball Front Upper Control Arm Bearings

Brakes:
Essex Front 9660 BBK 372MM
Essex Rear CP9451 BBK 365MM
Ferodo DS2500's for street
Ferodo DS3.12's for the track

Rims:

OEM's will have 265/35/19 & 295/35/19 Michelin PS4S

Track & Auto X Days:

Apex EC7 18x10's with 33 Offset & 12 MM front spacers with 265/35 & 295/35's Yoko A052's

Interior:
AK Motion Data Display
M Sport Electronic Steering Wheel
Aluminum Pedals
Ultimate Clutch Pedal
Auto Solutions SSK (25% reduction, OEM height, upgraded bushings)
Raceseng 1.8 lb shift knob
Rear seat Delete with net w/ rear CF strut brace
Anti Gravity H7/Group 94R OEM Automotive Case size (directly replace stock battery) @15 lbs.
Eton B100 Drop in Front & Center Speakers
​JL Audio C2-400x's Rear Speakers
Match UP 7 DSP AMP
ASD Delete Module

Cosmetic:
Lightweight Front Splitter
RKP Rear Spoiler
CF Side Mirror Covers
Rear & Side reflector deletes, front grill inserts
XPEL Full Front
Carbonio Front Plate Bracket
Front and rear CF wheel well flaps
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Was Folding Mirrors with comfort access (option of instant fold on lock or hold to fold on lock) in bimmercode? I had them fold up every time I locked the car but ended up disabling it because I don't want to cause damage to the mirror motors.

I'd much rather have them fold after holding the key fob
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Mine fold all the time.
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I have Cary Jordan working on a custom tune and I also ordered the new valved Active Autowerks MAD Max axleback.
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