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  1. Stevehose

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    Me too, I chuckled to myself yesterday as i put away crumbling arm rest pieces that i replaced. I think i have kept every piece removed from my car. Thats why i have 2 alternators that Markos can choose from

     
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    IMG_2232.JPG IMG_2231.JPG IMG_2229.JPG Some under bonnet shots
     
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    very nice inovermyhead. there's that different washer bottle. you might want to order the 2 drain hoses on either side of the heater intake. i know you can get them from Carl Nelson (bimmerdoc) and i think W+N has them as well.
     
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    Have you got a photo of the drain hoses Scott, not sure where they go. Also when we installed the engine we also did a heater delete ie blanked off the outlet at the back of the engine, its hot enough in Sydney not to need a heater especially with that great big lump up front!!

    Cheers. John
     
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    Also wiring is different because I am running after market ecu, Haltec PS 2000

    John
     
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    They attach to the 2 short tubes jutting out into the engine compartment on the firewall on either side of the heater fan cover. They keep fumes from getting into the cabin.

    http://www.bimmerdoc.com/parts-find...2800cs30cscsicsl/coupe-under-hood-drain-tube/




     
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    Beautiful Tom! Can you say which intake manifold and throttle linkages are on your motor? Also, the water pump setup.
     
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    Thanks Markos! I don't know the name of the manifolds but they're the typical three individual manifolds of two ports each. I port matched them to the size of the larger M30-B35 intakes. Stevehose has a great single piece intake - its very nice. I love his Weber set up despite going a few different directions with mine. That said, I owe him many thanks for answering a multitude of Weber and 123 Distributor related questions!

    The throttle linkages I purchased from Pierce Manifolds in Gilroy, CA - US Weber Dealer. I realize now that I included the wrong photo above since it features my old flimsy linkage set up. My new set up is such an improvement - no flex at all. I'll post a couple other photos of the new set up following.

    As for the water pump, I did not cut and weld as many do, I trimmed a little bit off the pump and a little bit off the edge of the carb base and it all fits snugly.

    Next on the list is the 123 Ignition distributor install...
     
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    Hubba hubba!
     
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    B35 preparint to install.jpg B35 underside.jpg Driver's side.jpg passenger side.jpg

    M30B35, stock internals
    L-jet log, e21 runners
    E30 325i wiring harness
     
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    M30B34 with high comp pistons, using B35 motronic system.

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    M42 going into the 02!


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    you can get the white head light cover screws now that would help a whole bunch in the overall look instead of the phillips
    It looks unfinished
    like the sticker on the radiator
    no windsheild washers are they hidden?
    grab some underhood stickers
     
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    Tom,

    What linkage did you purchase from Pierce, was it just their universal kit or did you buy individual components to create your set up? I just removed my old original flimsy linkage today which has developed too much play and yours looks great.

    Doug
     
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    A good place for linkage is Dellorto UK, you can email them and ask for a triple weber kit:

    https://www.dellorto.co.uk/?s=linkage&post_type=product


     
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    these guys have some really nice pieces of kit. really cool stuff ... almost makes me want to go with triples over injection
     
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    Wow, thanks Steve. I will shoot them an email.

    I have the standard intakes so will never get as clean a set up as you have.

    My old set up had the rod posts attached to the pre threaded holes in the intake and I saw Tom had them in the anchored behind in the webs which means he had 3 posts vs just the catilvered 2 post rod assembly I had.
     

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