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  Reply # 1118934 31-Aug-2014 13:10
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  Reply # 1118968 31-Aug-2014 14:37
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ilovemusic:
TimA:



the e30 m3 really was 'the ultimate driving machine'.

they have never bettered it and never will.

;)


Are you the owner of that?
I went to that meet too.


hi,
not mine.
seen that car before though its a jap import e30, nice but still a jap import - different gearbox, cat motor etc. to the eu version.



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  Reply # 1118971 31-Aug-2014 14:42
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ilovemusic:
TimA:
ilovemusic:
TimA:



the e30 m3 really was 'the ultimate driving machine'.

they have never bettered it and never will.

;)


Are you the owner of that?
I went to that meet too.


hi,
not mine.
seen that car before though its a jap import e30, nice but still a jap import - different gearbox, cat motor etc. to the eu version.


I spoke to the 2 guys that owned each E30 M3. One got his from Germany. I didnt think that one came from japan. Its plate says its NZNew http://www.carjam.co.nz/car/?plate=1988m3




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  Reply # 1119326 1-Sep-2014 09:04
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networkn:
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Kraven:
Correct. Not a dipstick in sight! You can view the level on the idrive (computer) screen. Also no temperature gauge.


Wew.  What happens when the computer tells you your engine is at a safe temperature when it isn't and your oil is fine when it's not?   You can't exactly be called careless by BMW if your vehicle blew up.  Especially if it was all serviced on time.


It would be incredibly incredibly rare for something like that to happen. I think you would find BMW most supportive in that situation.

It may be rare, but we are all computer enthusiasts here...And we know what goes wrong!





Sometimes what you don't get is a blessing in disguise!

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  Reply # 1119803 1-Sep-2014 18:14
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TimA:

I spoke to the 2 guys that owned each E30 M3. One got his from Germany. I didnt think that one came from japan. Its plate says its NZNew http://www.carjam.co.nz/car/?plate=1988m3


hi tim,

yes 1988m3 might be nz new but look again at the plate in the photo...

I988M3 is a jap import

http://www.carjam.co.nz/car/?plate=i988m3

plus 1988m3 is white

;)






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ilovemusic:
TimA:

I spoke to the 2 guys that owned each E30 M3. One got his from Germany. I didnt think that one came from japan. Its plate says its NZNew http://www.carjam.co.nz/car/?plate=1988m3


hi tim,

yes 1988m3 might be nz new but look again at the plate in the photo...

I988M3 is a jap import

http://www.carjam.co.nz/car/?plate=i988m3

plus 1988m3 is white

;)





Ahahaha. Tricky!




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  Reply # 1119878 1-Sep-2014 19:27
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blame the confusion on
money grabbing personalised plates for allowing plates that are too close for comfort.

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  Reply # 1119973 1-Sep-2014 21:13
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My old one.... 525i repowered with M30B35





My last one and my new one parked on the other side... 730i and 740iL 



The 740iL will be getting BMWE38 plates in the near future


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  Reply # 1120005 1-Sep-2014 21:31
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Andib: Can you not just buy yourself an OBDII scanner off amazon and run that through your phone / Laptop? The service software is easily enough found :)

BMWs after 1994/5 are so easy to do this... and you can control interior lights, door locks... pretty much anything!

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  Reply # 1120010 1-Sep-2014 21:38
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I have a cable and the software. Its terrible software!

Anyone know how to program aftermarket keys?

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  Reply # 1120011 1-Sep-2014 21:39
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There's a "dummies" plugin for it on bimmerforums... 

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  Reply # 1120014 1-Sep-2014 21:41
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blakamin: There's a "dummies" plugin for it on bimmerforums... 


For the software or for programming keys?

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Mattmannz:
blakamin: There's a "dummies" plugin for it on bimmerforums... 


For the software or for programming keys?


I haven't had a real good look. Still waiting on the cable. I've only had the 740 for 5 days :)

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  Reply # 1120021 1-Sep-2014 21:49
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I have used the software that's recommended off the boards.

Its difficult to work with, even with the guides.

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  Reply # 1120023 1-Sep-2014 21:52
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Mattmannz: I have used the software that's recommended off the boards.

Its difficult to work with, even with the guides.


Most car software is... That's why they have machines with big buttons for dumb apprentices :D

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