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GazHyde - Progress thread - and now, the end is near...

Post by GazHyde » Tue 18 May, 2010 20:56

Hi all,

Just want to show off my new wheels. Been biting my nails waiting for them, as it's not easy choosing from pictures on websites.

I am really chuffed now I have them on. It probably shows how bad the tyres were on my 16" alloys, because the car drives so much better than it did before!

Ended up doing business with Mark at BMAutoSport for a set of refurbished Breyton's.

Here's the piccies (iPhone camera in fading light - sorry!)

Christmas on the driveway...
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New and old...
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Rear end...
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Side view...
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Short valves...
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Post by TitanTim » Tue 18 May, 2010 21:07

Looks great Gaz :lol: Mark at BMAustosport is a helpful guy.

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Post by aceman » Tue 18 May, 2010 21:13

They look really nice, Breytons suite the Z3 very well it seems no matter what design they are.
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Post by Hang_em_high » Tue 18 May, 2010 21:16

Got my first set of MV2's from him as he is only 2 minutes from my house :D A very knowledgeable guy who knows his stuff.
It's like being in santas grotto in his place,I have to leave the credit card at home evey time I pop in there :lol:

Nice wheels,they look a treat :)
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Post by Jonttt » Tue 18 May, 2010 23:00

They look great :thumb:

You could probably run a 5mm spacer on the rear ?

Breytons all the way :wink:
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Post by Jackster » Wed 19 May, 2010 10:43

Lovely looking wheels Gaz, very nice indeed!

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Post by GazHyde » Wed 19 May, 2010 12:29

Thanks for the comments guys.
Jonttt wrote:You could probably run a 5mm spacer on the rear ?
I am contemplating adding a little width to the rear as it happens (for once, not mid-life spread). Need to let the concept of the new wheel's sink in before I look in to that.

I had ordered an E-Tech strut brace (waiting delivery) in panic that the ride would change dramatically with the larger wheels. Its much happier on these than the crappy tyres it came with (3 different brands and all budget).

Mark at BMAutosport says these wheels are "very rare", so I'd better look after them as probably no luck of replacing them.

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Post by yalden » Wed 19 May, 2010 18:31

Good choice in wheels, Breyton wheels aren't particularly common regardless of what type you go for - and to reinforce Marks comments I can't say I've seen this set before! What are they called?

I think your car would certainly benefit from a nice healthy lowering kit and perhaps some rear spacers as already mentioned 8-)

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Post by GazHyde » Wed 19 May, 2010 19:19

yalden wrote:What are they called?
Errm, dunno :oops: Didn't say on the advert, and I never actually got round to asking Mark. I'll send him an email in a mo and see if he knows. Nothing stamped on the inside of the rim other than "Breyton 8518" and rim size etc. Perhaps Breyon style 85, 18"?
yalden wrote:I think your car would certainly benefit from a nice healthy lowering kit and perhaps some rear spacers as already mentioned 8-)
I'd love to lower her a little, but that's for later. Got other things higher up the list 8-) Paintwork first - it leaves a lot to be desired.

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Post by GazHyde » Wed 19 May, 2010 19:40

Google images to the rescue! Breyton Softline's (or Soft Line's) Only took 15mins of looking... :shock:

8518 = The 85 is 8.5" and the 18 is the rim size. Found that as well in my search!

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Post by GazHyde » Sun 23 May, 2010 16:04

Here are some better pictures...

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Post by GazHyde » Sat 16 Oct, 2010 20:04

Starting to find the Zed is showing her age a little, and is in need of a little attention. List of things needing doing increasing, including a spell at a body shop soon for a little botox.

At the bad fortune of a previous owner, managed to pick these up of a wrecked Zed for £11!

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Post by Tori » Sat 16 Oct, 2010 21:04

Very nice, I got my wheels from mark too.

Looking 8-)
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Post by GazHyde » Thu 21 Oct, 2010 13:18

Cheap set of these just arrived in the post from California (made in Taiwan!) to replace the two damaged ones I have alread... Still way cheaper than I could locate over here.

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Post by Daz 999 » Thu 21 Oct, 2010 18:07

Car is looking very well Gaz, like those wheels a lot. 8-)

Have you got a link to the source of your sidelight lenses? One of mine is cracked.

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Post by GazHyde » Thu 21 Oct, 2010 18:39

Cheers Daz,

Just had a tinker fitting the new bumper lenses. They aren't the best quality to be honest, and are a slightly different flatter design than the OEM ones which were split. But hey, they came in at £21 delivered and look better than the knackered ones. Will do for now, as I'm probably gonna sell or trade her in soon (want a bigger engined Zed).

Item listing was 250706583100.

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Post by GazHyde » Fri 22 Oct, 2010 18:38

I have a local chap coming over tomorrow to do some paint correction, sort out scratches etc with a two stage machine polish. Weather permitting, he is going to be working on the car for 8 hours - but has his own gazebo if the worst happens.

The good bit is that he has a 2000 Titan Silver 1.9 Z3 of his own (but not a forum member).

Will do a write up when he has finished (with hopefully really shiney piccies).

Time for a quick piccy - looking much nicer with white side indicators and new bumper lenses. Just got to lose those nasty amber bits in the headlamps asap (angel eyes are on the shopping list!!)

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Post by GazHyde » Sat 23 Oct, 2010 17:05

Quick mod - £4.85 eBay stubby aerial...

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Post by GazHyde » Sat 23 Oct, 2010 17:36

Today I had Mark from http://www.theshinefactory.co.uk working on my driveway for 8 hours giving my car an 'Enhancement Detail'. Top notch work, and a really nice chap too. Spent a lot of time talking me through what he was doing and explaining how to do it. Would recommend him to anyone.

Absolutely transformed the car. It was so shiney in the sunlight this afternoon I needed sunglasses (no exageration either).

I really hadn't appreciated what a difference claying could make. This was then followed by over 6 hours of machine polishing and then a final protective coat. Can't remember the names of half the stuff he put on the car, but it's damned impressive.

Piccies below to show the shine (taken just as the sun was going this afternoon so not the best quality).

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Post by GazHyde » Thu 04 Nov, 2010 20:24

I bought a set of beige seats with the intention of recolouring them.

Bit the bullet and made a start this evening. The red one is halfway through the process and has had three coats of dye sponged on. Next step is to airbrush two more coats of dye over the top, then seal with a leather finisher.

Looks lighter than the picture makes it as the kitchen light isn't that good.

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House stinks to high heaven though what with the cocktail of leather prep, alcohol cleaner and dye...
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Post by Ian_C » Thu 04 Nov, 2010 20:25

Coming along nicely. Looking forward to finished pics :thumb:
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Post by swamper » Thu 04 Nov, 2010 20:34

its a good finish.........i thought it might be quite patchy.........but I'm impressed 8-)
the badness makes me do it...!

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Post by GazHyde » Thu 04 Nov, 2010 20:39

To be honest it is a bit streaky. Think of it as looking a little like a first coat of gloss paint on wood. The three sponge coats are really just undercoating, and to make a key for the airbrush coats. Then it should look perfect (or so the website says...!)

Hopefully that make sense...

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Post by Z3cade » Thu 04 Nov, 2010 22:18

Looks fab, the shine after the detailing looks fantastic!
Your doing alot to your zed when i thought you said you were selling soon for a bigger engined zed??
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Post by GazHyde » Fri 05 Nov, 2010 00:04

I think I have given up on the idea of trading up (for now). The backside seems to have fallen out of the used market (winter/economy etc), so I would take a big loss on mine which I can't justify at the moment.

So in the wartime spirit of 'mend and make do' I thought I would spend a bit and tart her up. A lot of the things I am doing/planning I can take off and take to the next car.

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Post by GazHyde » Sat 06 Nov, 2010 11:56

Quick picture I just took. Gotta love how the rain beads on the paint work after the detailing work.

...and the best thing is nothing sticks to the paint, including bird crap!

Picture 1 - Picture 2

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Post by GazHyde » Fri 19 Nov, 2010 07:58

2 new Falken 452's fitted to the rear on Monday due to having a slow puncture one side, and a puncture on the other :head:

Wow, what a difference. Done a 120 miles on them so far, and there is so much more grip on the back end than the previous tyres. Probably no surprise as the old ones were bugdet tyres.

Event Tyres came out and did a great job, so thanks for all the previous recommendations on these guys.

(BTW, had Falkens fitted to my 525d three weeks ago, and they work really well on that too!).

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Post by GazHyde » Tue 14 Dec, 2010 13:33

Cheapo leather gear gaiter, which is an almost perfect colour match for the seats I am dyeing 8-) It did come with a handbrake gaiter as well, but that doesn't fit, darned eBay sellers.

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Post by jontymo » Tue 14 Dec, 2010 17:23

looks great and the same happened to me with the handbrake! but i did reorder from the guy topgaiters as for the money they are pretty good just send them an email and i'm sure they will sort you out.

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Post by Robert T » Tue 14 Dec, 2010 17:28

If memory serves, there are two different handbrakes in the Z3 - one with a long gaiter and one with a short gaiter. I've got a long one. :D

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Post by GazHyde » Tue 14 Dec, 2010 19:02

jontymo wrote:looks great and the same happened to me with the handbrake! but i did reorder from the guy topgaiters as for the money they are pretty good just send them an email and i'm sure they will sort you out.

jontymo
It was topgaiters, but I've had them over a month now just haven't fitted them.
Robert T wrote:If memory serves, there are two different handbrakes in the Z3 - one with a long gaiter and one with a short gaiter. I've got a long one. :D

Cheers R.
I have both now :oops:

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Post by GazHyde » Sat 25 Dec, 2010 13:34

OEM wind deflector fitted this morning (well it was my other Christmas present to myself!)... Really makes a difference, was much warmer this morning at speed (may have strayed a little north of 70 on the dual carriageway :D )

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Post by GazHyde » Sun 27 Feb, 2011 17:58

Angel Eyes.. These have been driving me mad to get them fitted since they arrived a couple of weeks ago...

I am over the moon with these, they make a huge difference to the front of the car.

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Post by J1SUA » Sun 27 Feb, 2011 20:58

Now those look awesome! Just read the journal. Nice work

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Post by T2k » Mon 28 Feb, 2011 00:38

what a difference the angel eyes make! they really do add a great enhancement to the look of the front end. definitely on my list of to do's but i can't decide between black or chrome background...

keep up the nice mods!
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Post by GazHyde » Mon 07 Mar, 2011 12:52

Couple of changes...

15mm alloy spacers finally fitted after receiving my new McGard locking nuts. Please excuse the dirty car! :oops:

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Post by Z3cade » Mon 07 Mar, 2011 13:15

The spacers make a great improvement! Did you order them from ebay? as ive just ordered a set myself! :D Cant wait...
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Post by GazHyde » Mon 07 Mar, 2011 13:27

Z3cade wrote:The spacers make a great improvement! Did you order them from ebay? as ive just ordered a set myself! :D Cant wait...
Private e-Bay listing. Someone who took them off his Z3 before selling it (included the bolts) - worked out at just under £28 inc postage. They have a few dings on them, but you cant see them with the wheels on!

The longer locking nuts were from Demon Tweeks (via e-Bay) and were about £27 delivered.

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Post by Z3cade » Mon 07 Mar, 2011 13:38

You got a good deal there, just ordered a 15mm set with longer bolts for round £50

Have you thought about getting a set of chrome indicator bulbs for your front lights? only around £3 on ebay...
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Post by GazHyde » Mon 07 Mar, 2011 14:09

Z3cade wrote:Have you thought about getting a set of chrome indicator bulbs for your front lights? only around £3 on ebay...
On the list. However, having spent a fortune on the car recently, I'm having to let my credit card take a rest for a while :bawl:

I'm tempted to post a list of what I have spent so far on her in the last 12 months, but fear it may depress me somewhat :shock:

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GazHyde wrote:I'm tempted to post a list of what I have spent so far on her in the last 12 months, but fear it may depress me somewhat :shock:

But then go outside again, and cheer yourself up looking at what it was spent on.... :D
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Post by GazHyde » Mon 07 Mar, 2011 14:47

gookah wrote:
GazHyde wrote:But then go outside again, and cheer yourself up looking at what it was spent on.... :D
Good call! I don't drink, smoke or gamble - petrol is my only vice!

She's sat waiting for me in the car park for the 30 mile drive home.

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Post by Z3cade » Mon 07 Mar, 2011 15:09

GazHyde wrote:
gookah wrote:
GazHyde wrote:But then go outside again, and cheer yourself up looking at what it was spent on.... :D
Good call! I don't drink, smoke or gamble - petrol is my only vice!

She's sat waiting for me in the car park for the 30 mile drive home.
and i bet there isnt many, if any other Z3s in your car park either ;-)
the suns shining today so best get that roof down also... Youll soon forget about your c'card ;-)
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Post by GazHyde » Mon 07 Mar, 2011 19:12

Z3cade wrote:and i bet there isnt many, if any other Z3s in your car park either ;-)
the suns shining today so best get that roof down also... Youll soon forget about your c'card ;-)
Saw a black Zed in the car park a while ago - looked mint!

Roof was down at 7am this morning once the frost had gone from the rear screen. Had to resort to my woolly hat for the first 10 miles :D

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Post by GazHyde » Sun 13 Mar, 2011 09:36

So much for easing off the credit card - New head unit time as I was fed up with the terrible sound quality of the OEM Business CD and only having 3 CD's!

So off down to Halfrauds to try and find something not too chavvy, or expensive... Ended up with this for a hundred notes - Sony MEXBT3800U Bluetooth and seems a good spec.

Ok, it's chavish and lit like a xmas tree but the sound is so much better even on the current standard speakers.

As it's Bluetooth it's got handsfree phone, as well as audio streaming from my iPhone 3GS.

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Post by Ekhangell » Sun 13 Mar, 2011 21:08

It does suit the interior indeed. And the freehands calling is great, especially when standing at streetlights and talking to a friend - people are giving you weird stares, hearing a voice coming from the speakers and you talking to the windscreen.

I've got Clarion FB289RBT (like they couldn't have made the names more memory friendly...). A great unit, too.
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Post by GazHyde » Sun 13 Mar, 2011 21:32

Ekhangell wrote:people are giving you weird stares, hearing a voice coming from the speakers and you talking to the windscreen.
:roflmao:

Not thought of that because I normally use an 'in ear' headset!

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Post by GazHyde » Sat 26 Mar, 2011 13:09

I've given up on the red interior idea. Picked these up today, along with a set of extended leather door cards.

The seats are in reasonable condition, suffering from the usual drivers bolster deterioration. Need to get myself organised to get them fitted. A job for next week!

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Post by jontymo » Sat 26 Mar, 2011 20:04

Coming on nicely.

I was discussing how much i had spent on my Z with Swamper today and he's beating me LOL, we just have to keep it secret from the boss's.

Feels worth it though when we get in them.

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Post by Z3cade » Sat 26 Mar, 2011 21:11

jontymo wrote:Coming on nicely.

I was discussing how much i had spent on my Z with Swamper today and he's beating me LOL, we just have to keep it secret from the boss's.

Feels worth it though when we get in them.

Jontymo
i know the feeling!.....
but yes when you get behind that wheel you know it was worth every penny.... ;-)

You'll love the m seats when there in... it'll feel like a different car....
well done ;-)
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