What did you buy your Z3 this week ?

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Re: What did you buy your Z3 this week ?

Post by nickp » Sun 18 Oct, 2015 21:29

Picked these up and rather 'dishy' they are too-

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Post by Bonzo » Mon 19 Oct, 2015 00:07

Strong Strut body brace kit, from the good ole U.S.A....Bloody expensive, so don't tell Mrs. Bonzo. :shock:
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Post by Cabrioot » Mon 19 Oct, 2015 20:11

Compleet new brakes


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Re: What did you buy your Z3 this week ?

Post by thompy93 » Mon 19 Oct, 2015 21:29

New rocker panels. Does not look good atm :roll:

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Re: What did you buy your Z3 this week ?

Post by Southernboy » Tue 20 Oct, 2015 08:02

Hi Thompy
try Mothers aluminium polish - it's by far the best polish for ally. Comes in a little tub in a paste form. If you use a very fine wire wool to get the basic cleaning done, then go at it with the Mothers, it'll come up really well. :wink:
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Post by thompy93 » Tue 20 Oct, 2015 11:24

Southernboy wrote:Hi Thompy
try Mothers aluminium polish - it's by far the best polish for ally. Comes in a little tub in a paste form. If you use a very fine wire wool to get the basic cleaning done, then go at it with the Mothers, it'll come up really well. :wink:

No hope saving the old panels. Too much rust from salty roads :head: Can see that the previous owner tried to save them and repaint, but not much to do now. 307 USD/ 200 GBP for both panels. Paintjob will be around 122 USD/ 80 GBP per side.

Also hoping to get in a JBL GT-BassPro 12" 150w in the trunk this month :)

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Re: What did you buy your Z3 this week ?

Post by pingu » Tue 20 Oct, 2015 13:41

£106 for a new radiator. A bit cheap, let's see what comes :shock: .

A pair of rear discs for £135. I've warned the seller to check they are handed in opposite directions. There is a quarantine by EBC on the part number because all there stock is handed the same way. I'll wait and see what arrives or if the order gets cancelled.
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Re: What did you buy your Z3 this week ?

Post by peter2b » Tue 20 Oct, 2015 19:27

£15.00 for 4 off 200x 6 x 100mm steel plates to make my rear brackets for my hard top got 1 side made just cutting the other side but my angry grinders battery went flat and the charger is at work got to wait until tomorrow night to Finnish cutting the weld them together
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Re: What did you buy your Z3 this week ?

Post by pingu » Tue 20 Oct, 2015 20:06

peter2b wrote:£15.00 for 4 off 200x 6 x 100mm steel plates to make my rear brackets for my hard top got 1 side made just cutting the other side but my angry grinders battery went flat and the charger is at work got to wait until tomorrow night to Finnish cutting the weld them together
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Post by thompy93 » Thu 22 Oct, 2015 22:33

Didnt buy, but got in bday present from the lady, a JBL Gt-basspro 12. Its coming monday, so havent had any chance to measure and find out where to place it. Will placing in the trunk kill much bass? It weighs 17kg and its 30,9x30,5x57 cm

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Post by HomerRamone » Fri 23 Oct, 2015 11:26

A new clock for the centre console.
I bought one when I got it cos the one that was there fell to bits. Turns out the one I bought was different so have had to buy another :(

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Re: What did you buy your Z3 this week ?

Post by peter2b » Thu 29 Oct, 2015 18:29

Just got one more thing for my zed, the under engine tray off eBay only need more thing that I should get this week end fog light blank plates
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Post by peter2b » Sat 31 Oct, 2015 19:49

Another 12 months road tax
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Post by Robz3sport » Sat 31 Oct, 2015 21:28

New discs and pads all round and new front shock absorbers.

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Re: What did you buy your Z3 this week ?

Post by boustrophedon » Sun 01 Nov, 2015 12:07

A new ABS sensor for the rear nearside and a rewire of all the things that have wires that go through the flexible hose to the bootlid. Although all I had to buy for that was some wire and heatshrink.

Now I have a warning light that doesn't come on and a boot light that does, central locking that works all round and an alarm that doesn't go off at random.

The door mirrors don't work very well, but having replaced the motors I can only conclude that they never did. I simply cannot get enough upwards adjustment and I am not that tall. I did dismantle the mirror housings and freed them and lubricated them so that they now fold.

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Re: What did you buy your Z3 this week ?

Post by yalden » Wed 04 Nov, 2015 22:53

A very expensive roof.

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Re: What did you buy your Z3 this week ?

Post by Brian H » Thu 05 Nov, 2015 10:24

yalden wrote:A very expensive roof.
Soft top or hard top?

OEM?

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Re: What did you buy your Z3 this week ?

Post by yalden » Thu 05 Nov, 2015 10:27

Hard top and nope :nerd:

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Post by ARoosterinaRoadster » Thu 05 Nov, 2015 10:30

yalden wrote:A very expensive roof.

Hi yalden. What is your interpritation of 'Expensive' ? and yes - was it a new Mohair Hood/roof or a Hardtop/roof ?
Happiness is a well kept Z3 and preferably running with the hood down - weather permitting.

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Post by deni2s » Thu 05 Nov, 2015 10:51

He got hamann hardtop.

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Post by ARoosterinaRoadster » Thu 05 Nov, 2015 11:05

deni2s wrote:He got hamann hardtop.
Hi deni2s. Yes I saw that it was a hartop after posting my question. How do they differ from OEM ? Are they any better fit or with additional features ?
Happiness is a well kept Z3 and preferably running with the hood down - weather permitting.

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Re: What did you buy your Z3 this week ?

Post by Deano1712 » Thu 05 Nov, 2015 12:44

They are exclusive and gorgeous :-)

Here is mine
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Post by ARoosterinaRoadster » Thu 05 Nov, 2015 12:56

Deano1712 wrote:They are exclusive and gorgeous :-)

Here is mine
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Hi Deano. Yes,nice top and apart from the bumps towards the rear of the hardtop and possibly a slightly flatter line as it comes over the top of the rear window are there any other differences ?

A very very nice car.
Which V8 unit is in the car (I assume that it is the American Short-block that was fitted to the P5 & P6 Rover 3500) and does it have an auto box or a manual one ?
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Post by deni2s » Thu 05 Nov, 2015 13:14

Hamann just looks better and can be ordered in carbon fiber version. Has it's own fitting kit.

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Re: What did you buy your Z3 this week ?

Post by yalden » Thu 05 Nov, 2015 14:07

ARoosterinaRoadster wrote:apart from the bumps towards the rear of the hardtop and possibly a slightly flatter line as it comes over the top of the rear window are there any other differences ?
The lower profile, reduced 'hot rod' style rear screen and the bumps are the main differences.

IMO the roof is massively overpriced and definitely isn't worth what they charge... but if you you're itching for one, you have to dig deep and bite the bullet!

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Post by BladeRunner919 » Thu 05 Nov, 2015 14:27

If I recall correctly, when Deano received his it didn't fit very well and he had to modify it himself to fit.

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Re: What did you buy your Z3 this week ?

Post by g8jka » Thu 05 Nov, 2015 14:57

yalden wrote:
ARoosterinaRoadster wrote:apart from the bumps towards the rear of the hardtop and possibly a slightly flatter line as it comes over the top of the rear window are there any other differences ?
The lower profile, reduced 'hot rod' style rear screen and the bumps are the main differences.

IMO the roof is massively overpriced and definitely isn't worth what they charge... but if you you're itching for one, you have to dig deep and bite the bullet!

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Re: What did you buy your Z3 this week ?

Post by yalden » Thu 05 Nov, 2015 16:56

Fitment isn't going to be my problem. I have every confidence my bodyshop will get it nailed.

I won't be duplicating Tom Lilico's Z3 (google for more pics), I'm not intending to smooth out badges, black out headlights or fitting air suspension and a quad exhaust. Mine will however be treated to the Aero kit and a couple other bits and pieces to set it apart from the above and my previous Z3.

The hardtop will severely slow down any progress as its just eaten up any funds set aside for the rest of the car, but I'm in this for long term so no rush!

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Post by Southernboy » Thu 05 Nov, 2015 17:14

Nice going with the roof... Will watch this over the next year or two... :wave
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Post by martin41052 » Thu 05 Nov, 2015 20:10

Back in my world, I have bought: a tin of dark green spray paint from Halfords, rubber floor mats, spare set of light bulbs, an engine-oil drain pan, an oil filter wrench, a low-profile trolley jack, a tonneau cover, a tyre pressure gauge, a fluid dual-transfer pump, and a pack of plastic door-panel clips. Oh yes, and I've booked in to have a new mohair roof fitted in a couple weeks time.

That lot should keep me busy :)

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Re: What did you buy your Z3 this week ?

Post by Bonzo » Fri 06 Nov, 2015 00:49

g8jka wrote:
yalden wrote:
ARoosterinaRoadster wrote:apart from the bumps towards the rear of the hardtop and possibly a slightly flatter line as it comes over the top of the rear window are there any other differences ?
The lower profile, reduced 'hot rod' style rear screen and the bumps are the main differences.

IMO the roof is massively overpriced and definitely isn't worth what they charge... but if you you're itching for one, you have to dig deep and bite the bullet!

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Post by Bonzo » Fri 06 Nov, 2015 00:55

martin41052 wrote:Back in my world, I have bought: a tin of dark green spray paint from Halfords, rubber floor mats, spare set of light bulbs, an engine-oil drain pan, an oil filter wrench, a low-profile trolley jack, a tonneau cover, a tyre pressure gauge, a fluid dual-transfer pump, and a pack of plastic door-panel clips. Oh yes, and I've booked in to have a new mohair roof fitted in a couple weeks time.

That lot should keep me busy :)
Great Scott! :shock: Does the Missus know about all of this????? :fade
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Post by martin41052 » Fri 06 Nov, 2015 10:32

Not all of it! With a bit of luck she'll be out when it all turns up 8-)

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Post by thompy93 » Sat 07 Nov, 2015 02:36

New brake hose, since the right rear brake is stuck someway :head: Its getting really really hot. The first times I noticed it it made scary noises and you could smell burnt brakes. Tried first to too see myself, and took off the tire and put some brake cleaner and gave it a good knock. Worked for a day. Then it came back again. Mechanic looked at it without any luck so far. Heard some guys had luck changing brake hose, so ill im hoping that will help. :|

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Post by peter2b » Sat 07 Nov, 2015 12:17

under engine tray
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Post by Rafolian » Sat 07 Nov, 2015 18:46

30 Euros of unleaded and a lovely top down run down the coast today, not too hot for a change (26 degrees).

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Post by BladeRunner919 » Sun 08 Nov, 2015 11:47

Rafolian wrote:30 Euros of unleaded and a lovely top down run down the coast today, not too hot for a change (26 degrees).
Nobody likes a show-off! :D

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Post by Alan W » Sun 08 Nov, 2015 20:23

Found some guy locally who is in the process of building a Z3 based kit car and was selling some face-lift bits, l managed to get two rear wings, rear bumper, both rear light clusters and a pair of front fog lights all for £140!!
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Post by BladeRunner919 » Mon 09 Nov, 2015 08:00

Alan W wrote:Found some guy locally who is in the process of building a Z3 based kit car and was selling some face-lift bits, l managed to get two rear wings, rear bumper, both rear light clusters and a pair of front fog lights all for £140!!
For spares or are you hoping to fit them to a pre-facelift car?

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Post by Alan W » Mon 09 Nov, 2015 10:50

Just to keep as spares, l don't need them and hopefully never will, but they were cheap so worth stockpiling..
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Post by yalden » Mon 09 Nov, 2015 21:08

Alan W wrote:Just to keep as spares, l don't need them and hopefully never will, but they were cheap so worth stockpiling..
That's a slippery slope my friend...

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Post by Boosh » Wed 18 Nov, 2015 16:37

A set of seat bushes from Aceman, fitted today. Fitting is fairly straightforward, but I would advise to only remove a little material at a time and test fit often. You don't realise how wobbly your seat is until it isn't anymore!
I wouldn't have known about that fix -let alone had the confidence to have a go myself- without this forum. Thank you all,

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Post by peter2b » Fri 20 Nov, 2015 18:12

swmbo just got a tonneau cover for my zed as an early Christmas prezzie
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Post by peter2b » Fri 20 Nov, 2015 20:20

camping tickets for next year's 24 hr Le Mans
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Post by g8jka » Mon 30 Nov, 2015 16:34

New waterpump, thermostat and housing plus 5L of antifreeze and some new carbon fibre wheel badges to replace the faded ones on my summer wheels.

Oh and an aerodynamic rear bumper :D (Needs to be sprayed as its just primed at the moment but the trial fit all went well)

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Post by Boosh » Sun 31 Jan, 2016 15:31

Some door knob-thingies that somebody gave me, knowing that I wouldn't mind taking the time to fit them. Door cards off might seem a lot of trouble for such details, but I personally don't mind.

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Contemplated painting the plastic 'triangle and runner' of the door card in the body colour. Any suggestion as to how to remove it without damaging it? Has anybody done that? Picture?

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Post by bertiejaffa » Sun 31 Jan, 2016 22:35

Boosh wrote:Contemplated painting the plastic 'triangle and runner' of the door card in the body colour. Any suggestion as to how to remove it without damaging it? Has anybody done that? Picture?

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Post by Boosh » Mon 01 Feb, 2016 08:20

Thanks, but I meant the long plastic piece that starts as a triangle at the top front of the door card, and tapers to a long rectangle that goes all the way to the back of the door card. It looks like it's plastic welded to the cardboard. I thought of using a dremmel to separate from door card, and hot glue to attach back on, but not sure it's the best approach, hence my query. Any suggestion?

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Post by g8jka » Mon 01 Feb, 2016 20:19

Yes it is bonded on to the door card, you need to remove the door card to access the back where there is some melted plastic plugs that hold the trim in place. These need to be cut off and you can take the plastic trim off to be sprayed. Best way to attach them back on is to clamp it back onto the door card and fill the holes where the plugs were with glue from a hot glue gun. This was what I did when I wrapped mine in carbon fibre vinyl.
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