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Thread in 'Driftworks Products & Enquiries' started by james, Sep 19, 2008.
everything as above . really gotta start building mine
a 2 way diff that isnt the best part of a grand
solid rear top mounts as last car i had popped dampers through rear speakers
decent camber adjustment
e36 cab lower brace
solid subframe bushes
What he said. What i wouldnt give for my seat to line up with my wheel and pedals. Its only a little out, but its still annoying!
How about engine mounts for different engines swaps? E.g, SR20, 1JZ-GTE, 2JZ-GTE, other BMW engines such as the V8 ones?
And all the stuff mentioned above of course.
what about hydro handbrake with lines like you do for the nissans etc,
especially for e30's
> Bushes: Uprated / solid / Top Mounts
> Suspension kits: from spring / shock combos to Coilovers (H&R / Bilstein / Driftworks own)
> 2 way Diff / or diff rebuild kits for the OEM specs (Think they're about somewhere off the shelf)
> Anti Roll bar kits (H&R / Eibrath are good reputedly)
> Exhaust systems
> Roll cages
> Engine mount kits from E30.de (They do them for the M30 and other conversions i think)
> Seat mounts
> Hydro wands
> Wheels? E30 wheels aren't easy to find due to the PCD 4 x 100 ET20 - 30 offset setup, wondering if japland companies still do this fitment?
> Stiffening / strengthening products for subframes / diff mounts etc
Guess all that's been covered but if i had cash it's what i'd look for.
mine is fine, i used the bender in work to reverse bend the bends on the fixed sparco subframe brackets.
lol sounds like a mouthful! but it has worked, seat nearly touches the tunnel now.
Anything chassis related basically as people say, bushes and stuff, I need to start slowly buying the bushes in myself!
4x100 must be the most supported fitment bar none due to the dub scene, only problem is rude rims fetch top dollar.
As for jdm 4x100s have a look in the DW shop.
there's not a single 4x100 wheel in the DW shop
Ah your right they used to sell some dishy 15s for MX5s which were 4x100 iirc.
I am sure you would get a reasonable level of financial support from other forum people Phil/James/Bon, as the aftermarket BM range of products is limited, pricey and plagued with M tax. Buying bits for Bons old 36 has been a thorough pain in the arse.
Im looking at getting an E46. I want a sport, but the budget wont get me there... Ive been speaking to a guy about converting the std suspenion to the Sport stuff and he said its basically a lower arm and a bush? Could you confirm and maybe stock the kits with uprated bushes etc to make it more of a viable option?
Would be interested in some engine mounts that dont rip to shreds - OEM and Polys have both died on me
High capacity diff backplate ala the dirty Neesan ones you already do. At sensible money, like the Neesan ones and unlike the Rogue Engineering one which costs not one, but two million pounds.
Mild steel Works great on mine. I don't know if it makes it vibrate any more than normal as if I felt isolated in the cabin of my car, the engine would be off and I'd be parked in my living room.
Just FYI the lines will fit pretty much anything that uses metric fittings, E30 included.
so the s14 kit will go straight into my e30 or you mean i need to make my own lines up,
i would like to be able t obuy a kit straight of the shelf and know ill have all the bits for it to work straight away, so almost plug and play to a degree,
There's no such thing as an S14 kit for the hydro handbrakes, they're universal to anything that uses metric fittings.
Just FYI we're currently relaunching the handbrakes with a new version, hence why they're not in the shop right now, they'll be back up there soon.
cheers for clearing that up, i thought the ywere designed for nissan fitment, looks like ill be adding one to my list of bits to buy thn as soon as they are avaliable again then