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      05-02-2020, 07:12 AM   #1
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UK - OG M2 road & track

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After owning my M3 for nearly 7 years it was time to move on. Had so much fun in that car and have definitely learnt a thing or two along the journey of taking a nice base stock car all the way to a full retard road legal track car.

It sold and went all the way to Barbados were it's still being beaten on

1DX21636 by M2 CS, on Flickr

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* It even made PH Readers car of the week back in April 2018 ... and if you read the link below the Wavetrac ATB diff was a total pile of w@nk! Completely ruined the car, good marketing... bad product. Swapped out for a 12 plated Gripper LSD and the car was totally transformed... in a good way

https://www.pistonheads.com/news/ger...the-week/37827


Before the M3 had even been collected I'd found and put a deposit down on my ideal spec M2

Untitled by M2 CS, on Flickr

My tick list was :

Long Beach Blue
Dual Clutch Transmission
Chrome grills
Non tinted windows

Out of the box it's such a good car! Now I'm not one for driving like a YouTube tool on the road so the first thing I done was booked a track day at Bedford GT so I could see what the M2 had to offer.

I wanted to do a day in the car with it completely stock so could set a benchmark.

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First time using flapy paddles on track I was slightly worried I wouldn't get on with them, but took to them like a duck-to-water, sounds sad but it was just like a driving sim. Gearbox really is an awesome addition and this is coming from a heal & toe manual box lover.

Chassis even in standard form and geo is also very capable... things kind of go downhill from there.
I didn't want to believe everything you read/hear about the brakes but theyíre pretty shocking, fade quick and really don't scrub off that much speed if you want to jump on them late. Thinking partly to blame was myself after coming from the BTCC setup had on the M3, that felt like your eyes were going to pop out.

But the biggest problem I faced was trying to stay in the standard seat, maybe again not being use to leather after the luxury of a bucket seat, it really held my pace back as was literally hanging off the steering wheel at times.

Set a 2:52 (9 seconds off my M3 best) so we'll see how I do in the future, after mods.
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      05-02-2020, 07:13 AM   #2
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Booked Silverstone GP for 4th November so needed to crack on with a few upgrades

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Pagid RSL29 pads F&R
Goodridge braided line F&R
RBF660 fluid
2" brake cooling duct front

Brakes done moved onto the next issue

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Recrao SPA driver seat with steel recaro mount
Recaro Pole Postion passenger seat with ally mount
Millway motorsport floor mounts
Vac motsport lap belt brackers
Fabricated some brackets so that I can run a clip in harness on a screw in eye bolt that sits behind the ISO fix flap

Still a bit to fettle on the seats to satisfy my OCD

SPA has too much rake/G-lean making it hard to see road driving but should be fine for track as always looking ahead. The plan is to run a pair of Pole Positions on the road and swap to the SPA for track so I can run a harness and HANS device.

This will be a clubsport car, something I can enjoy on the road and the track.
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      05-02-2020, 07:16 AM   #3
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Silverstone GP report -

Spent most of the day apologizing to my front tyres, actually swapped the fronts left to right before lunch as they were just rolling over far too much.

Now that my bum stays put in a bucket seat the stock suspension and lack of camber is a really big issue, know the solution is coilovers so I won't be doing another track day in the M2 till I have a set of clubsport coilovers.

Brakes also done better than I expected and think they'll do even better once the chassis is stiffer, if you watch my on-board can really see the nose dive and lift on and off the brakes & throttle.

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* Link to fastest lap video

https://youtu.be/cKX8oKdlvH8

* Point of view from the Subaru that left me for dead on the straights, but was no match in corners. (Start from 1:00)

http://youtu.be/H6vcJoWKNU4

* Bit more of an insight to how much the tyres were suffering... then my GoPro ran out of battery

http://youtu.be/oUlz-CB-8qI

* And the same session from Gooders e46 m3

http://youtu.be/DUtbhqnxWk0
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      05-02-2020, 07:18 AM   #4
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Managed to source a set of dates matching Recaro Pole Positions for road use. One I had previously was a loaner & these are immaculate

thumbnail_343CC25F-19E5-4E74-A689-916A7A03C563 by M2 ClubSport, on Flickr

Got the Recaro alloy mounts powdercoated in gloss black to match as the raw silver stuck out like a sore thumb, then finished off with black hardware.

My OCD can now tick the box for my road car bucket seat setup.
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      05-02-2020, 07:19 AM   #5
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Why OG M2's came with poverty wing mirrors and not M ones I will never know.

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Also fitted some side skirts and front lip from Restore44.co.uk they match the stock rear diffuse perfectly and give a subtle but aggressive look.

Binned off the OEM front number plate plinth and replaced it with an ever so slightly smaller plate to fit the lines of the bumper better, its now fixed with some alloy brackets that screw underneath so showing no fixings.

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      05-02-2020, 07:20 AM   #6
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Ben Koflach words from Hack Engineering

Workshop Journal: Samís F87 M2 Intercooler Upgrade

Sam Ratcliffe is one of our oldest customers, having assisted a great deal with parts development and testing with his E46 M3 track car.
However, that car was sold last year and to replace it, Sam purchased an F87 M2.

Untitled by M2 ClubSport, on Flickr

Though not destined to be a highly modified track car like the E46 M3 before it, Sam has used it a for a few track days and intends to continue doing so, without compromising the road-friendly characteristics. Intake air temps has been the biggest issue to date and so Sam chose to work with us once again to develop a fix, in the form of a far greater capacity intercooler. Sam logged data on the 2+ hour drive down to us as a baseline.

89242098_3125554160810693_8538130526131716096_o by M2 ClubSport, on Flickr

Work then began on the M2. Our intercooler makes use of a large void ahead of the standard intercooler, while also using the space the original occupies. This means a capacity of nearly double that of the current intercooler, with a greater frontal area for maximum airflow. It also attaches using all of the original intercooler hoses and brackets.

85100374_184109482898205_5859532825690316444_n-851x1024 by M2 ClubSport, on Flickr

88276342_192066435411767_8737121184041096536_n-1024x1024 by M2 ClubSport, on Flickr

The satin black powdercoat also gives a very subtle appearance Ė exactly what Sam had requested.

84345606_4213437792015791_5457687625818849088_n-1024x1024 by M2 ClubSport, on Flickr

The factory fan shroud attaches nicely Ė itís a perfect fit. From the front of the car itís actually less visible than the factory intercooler too!

87527451_812940049219713_4576475821702642064_n-1024x1024 by M2 ClubSport, on Flickr

On Samís return journey home he again ran logging to see what difference the intercooler made to charge temperatures Ė with immediate and impressive results. Despite ambient temperatures being 2 degrees higher, the M2 recorded an 11 degree reduction in temps Ė a 13 degree total drop. These intercoolers will soon be for sale in the Hack Engineering shop.

89238084_3125554214144021_7285647195657732096_o by M2 ClubSport, on Flickr

* Link to thread https://www.hackengineering.co.uk/wo...ooler-upgrade/
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      05-02-2020, 07:21 AM   #7
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Now for the update I've been waiting for - KW clubsport 2-way coilvers

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Keen eyes will notice these are top mounts for an M4 (& M4 reinforcement plates), in fact the whole kit is for an M4, reason for that is KW only make clubsport coilovers for an M2 in 3-way and they're £1200 more than 2-ways, plus I would have only gotten very confused with high and low speed adjustments and just didn't think it was needed for a road car.

M2 being exactly the same subframes and arms ect from an M4 means the kit is a straight fit

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Had a trail fit of some 18s I've still got in the garage with some racing wets on - 18x10 et25

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Had to remove the caliper as these 18s no way near clear the caliper

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Obviously this is a no go. Wanted to run 10s & 11s but think I will have to settle for 9.5 & 10.5, which is still half inch wider than stock. Will be able tell more once I get a geo to my desired spec then ill have another trail fit.

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Going back to what I said a moment ago that the M4 suspension was a straight fit, that wasn't 100% true... I loose my factory strut brace as they bolt directly to the top mounts and not the strut towers, I couldn't live with that and another blessing of the M4 kit is that I can run the fancy carbon strut brace.

Loosing this along with the front boomerang looking pieces
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Making way for this
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Needs a bit of fiddling to get to work but I like a challenge
Red - F87 M2 chassis has no place for these to be bolted in
Yellow - voids a brake hard line out the ABS so that's a no go
Green - you'd have to cut the wing to access the bolts & makes it a nightmare to get on/off the car

So you're left with this - making it a straight fit for an M2 .... once you've had a play with the trim covers as well

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Basically just waiting for race tracks to open back up again, but for now its stay at home and stay safe
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Chucked some Powerflex bushes in before the coilovers went on, front ARB bush in black series & front radius arm bush (these only come in black) there was also the option that adds half a degree of caster but felt that would be more hassle than it was worth to set up and keep in check.

Came up against a bit of a fitting hurdle on the front arm, here's how they're suppose to go to save me explaining

http://www.powerflex.co.uk/i/product_images/1-5-4001 FI-min.pdf

Pressed the bushes into the arm then the steel insert/sleeve and noticed that the sleeve sat proud of the bush on both sides.
Turns out the insert was too long meaning you couldn't get the supplied washers in either side, by this point there was no return so had to fit them and hope for the best.... typically my best hopes didn't come true.

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Was a 5mm gap meaning the arm could move, both sides had shot forward and stayed there but I wasn't prepared to leave it at that.

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Had 2 options to get over this problem, didn't fancy trying to loose 5mm off the metal sleeve with my angle grinder as it would need to be 100% flat/straight so I opted to drill out the washer to 25mm so they could slip over the sleeve and fill the void.

Worked a treat

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Emailed the director of Powerlfex to bring the problem to light. They're going to shorten the sleeves by 5mm (how they were meant to be in the first place) they were also willing to post me out some new washers and sleeves but we were both confident my fix would have the same end result, saves me doing the job for the 3rd time, and as they offer a good warranty I can always address it again down the line if need be.
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Spent bit of time perfecting my track seat setup with some 4-point ASM (Anti-SubMarining) Schroth harnesses, these are ideal to save the faff of 6 points... although I did love being buckled into a 6 point in my M3.

Now I can clip in a pair of harnesses and swap over from my road setup Recaro Pole Postion to my track Recaro SPA in a matter of minutes.

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* Also messed about with the seat mount adding a few more holes so I could bring the seat a bit more upright, was finding that I was having to stretch to reach the top of the steering wheel on turns

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Last lockdown job was some Bimecc 75mm studs & 10mm spacers all round.

Yet to have a geo done as everything is still shut, set my front top mounts to zero so I'm only running natural camber but spacers were a must.

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Sits bob on and doesn't rub at all including on full lock and under compression.



* Just a random few as loving the M4 brace


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Great looking car! quality parts!!
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Nicely done what wing mirrors did you use?
The exposed front plate mounting holes not bother you?

Change front indicator bulbs to silvered orange ones get rid of the fried egg look it's great.

Anything to notice performance wise with the updated intercooler on stock engine map?

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Nicely done what wing mirrors did you use?
The exposed front plate mounting holes not bother you?

Change front indicator bulbs to silvered orange ones get rid of the fried egg look it's great.

Anything to notice performance wise with the updated intercooler on stock engine map?

Cheers
Wing mirrors are from AutoID in the UK

Plate holes do bother me... but I won't loose sleep over them. Plan is down the line to get a carbon front lip and colour code it like how I done on my old M3 so will get the bumper done at the same time then.

I actually like the fried egg look, strangely enough.

Without a map you'll not see any gains really from a bigger intercooler but I only done it to keep power consistent on track. Will take a log next day I'm on to see how much cooler things run.
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Now that track days are a go again I pulled the trigger on a new 18" setup

265/35/18 & 275/35/18 Nankang AR1

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Protrack One wheels from Hack Engineering

18x9.5 et25 & 18x10.5 et 40

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Since pictured above I've had a geo to my desired specs and ceramic coated the wheels, will be putting them back on this evening and going to try out my 10mm spacers all round as gained room with added camber.

Bedford GT this Saturday, lets hope I can remember how to drive on circuit.

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Now that track days are a go again I pulled the trigger on a new 18" setup

265/35/18 & 275/35/18 Nankang AR1

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Protrack One wheels from Hack Engineering

18x9.5 et25 & 18x10.5 et 40

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Since pictured above I've had a geo to my desired specs and ceramic coated the wheels, will be putting them back on this evening and going to try out my 10mm spacers all round as gained room with added camber.

Bedford GT this Saturday, lets hope I can remember how to drive on circuit.
What geo specs did you go for in the end.

Car looks all business BTW - Bedford and beyond !
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AR1 FTW.

Great build. Looks like good times.
Ran a few sets on m3 before. Changed from 80 to 100 treadwear rating now but that’s still very soft so should be good. Hopefully get more than 3 days out of these.

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Car looks all business BTW - Bedford and beyond !
Front :
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10 minutes total toe out

Rear :
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20 minutes total toe in

Thanks

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Sweet build, car looks amazing.

Who's your friend/helper? Looks like you take him/her everywhere with you and its nice to have company!
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Now that track days are a go again I pulled the trigger on a new 18" setup

265/35/18 & 275/35/18 Nankang AR1

Untitled by M2 ClubSport, on Flickr

Protrack One wheels from Hack Engineering

18x9.5 et25 & 18x10.5 et 40

Untitled by M2 ClubSport, on Flickr

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Since pictured above I've had a geo to my desired specs and ceramic coated the wheels, will be putting them back on this evening and going to try out my 10mm spacers all round as gained room with added camber.

Bedford GT this Saturday, lets hope I can remember how to drive on circuit.
Love the build, especially the wheel/tire setup
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Sweet build, car looks amazing.

Who's your friend/helper? Looks like you take him/her everywhere with you and its nice to have company!
That's Rocky.... and yes he pretty much goes everywhere with me, lucky enough to be able to take him to work with me and out to customer houses.

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Love the build, especially the wheel/tire setup
Thanks


Will stick up a track day report soon.

Good news is the M2 is already quicker around a circuit than my old M3.
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Bedford GT track report -

First of all what a car! I wasn't expecting that with only a handful of carefully picked mods to make a very near full weight road car quicker than my old non-compromised E46 M3 track day car.

Chassis is now so composed and confidence inspiring, had such little dry running so I'm still yet to get use to that. Ran KW's recommended Rebound & Bump setting all day and didn't feel the need to adjust them. Ran a lot less of an aggressive geo setting compared to my old M3.

DCT transmission in traction fully off mode is faultless, hear raves about the copy "GTS" software but I feel that's totally unnecessary, and also voids warranty. The diff could do with being a bit more aggressive but again that could just be down to coming from a 12 plated Gripper LSD.
Obviously there is less involvement in driving compared to 3 pedals but in no way boring, the things you can do with this box is mind blowing, had a bit of a fast-ish slide going on knocking the top of 3rd gear and clicked it up into 4th midway through and my passenger had no idea that change even happened. Also being about to short shift up midway through a bend to really get the power down is again no drama... really something I need more seat time to get the most out of.

Brakes - something that is vastly criticised on M car's performed much-much better than I expected. The only OEM part left on mine though is discs, calipers and ABS but now you can stomp on them in confidence, even if you've left it too late or pressed too hard the ABS gives you a very good pedal feedback.

Tyres - bit of a sore subject for me as I stupidly left them on too high of a PSI to keep the TPMS happy and took a lot of life out of the centre of the tyre, more so on the rear, first track day back in 6 months so just kept on hammering in the seat time and having fun, managed 200 miles on track.
AR1 and onto 18" wheels made a good package and I even managed to keep it on track in heavy rain with standing water.

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Sorry footage isn't the best ... first time using a helmet cam

Somehow managed to do two 2:44.59 laps back-to-back

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