Great job Brendan! We built very different cars but your help and advice along the way was much appreciated. I’m ironing out a few teething issues but basically the car drives beautifully and has passed the very strict engineering rules here and is fully roadworthy. Good luck on the track [emoji106]
Haven't posted for a while. Basically finished bar a few details, I had to rework a few things I was unhappy with mainly brakes, suspension and steering geometry but so much better now. This is a heavily modified e9 so I was expecting some issues and I'm sure there are a few more to deal with...
Wow, yes pretty funky! I'm also running some large brakes and calipers, e36M3 with 315mm. I like your idea but late in my build so probably to late for anything that engineered. Just wish someone made a powerful dual circuit remote!
What a line up :confused: mine is the centre switch with 3 pins (I assume the correct part), the switch on the right has the extra pin, is that a replacement option? the female plug has the hole for it.
Yes mine has cracked ceramic. I found an early E21 switch, it has 4 pins (the extra 31 pin) but looks like it would work? Still would prefer a electronic alternative if anyone is aware of anything suitable?
Like many others, my a/c blower switch is very dodgy, it operates on full blow and is Chernobyl like on any other setting, really not the best design.
I heard a rumour that there may be an alternative electronic replacement/substitute for this old NLA switch, does anyone out there know of anything?