Stone's 2011 E92 M3 Competition project

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  1. 29 Nov 2020 at 5:25 PM #101
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    Well done with the post mate

    Just so you know the disklock doesn’t mark the wheel especially with the cover fitted- maybe worthwhile getting one for when it’s parked overnight as it’s the best on the market!?
     
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    I’m “hoping” now with the ground post it will be enough of a deterrent on its own and the Stop-loc will be the final thing to make any potential thief think there are easier targets than mine..

    The thing with the Disc lock one is it’s a big old bulky thing that I feel would be more suited to a weekend car as eventually I can see myself damaging the interior like first thing in the morning at 6am when it’s chucking it down with rain etc
     
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    Hi mate, out of interest, where did you buy the security post from?
     
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    Purchased from these guys, it came to around £270 all in - really nice quality built piece of kit.

    https://bisonsecurityposts.co.uk/pr...MInL6Aw-2t7QIVke3tCh1haQbrEAQYASABEgLZ2PD_BwE

    reading reviews online from other company’s the bolt in ones for £40 are a waste of time and the mid range units for £150 where the locks on the floor can foul easy so worth spending the money especially as once it’s concreted in place.
     
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    Thanks mate. Yeah it looks good, for what is it anyway.
     
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    Hi mate, finally caught up with this thread and I'm speechless about what happened! I'm so glad you got her back without too much damage (and at least it seemed to be cosmetic) and no harm to you or your Partner.

    What's next for you on the M3?
     
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    I'm a subscriber to your channel, car looks fantastic, any plans for a wiring diagram for the M4 seats as I plan the same.
     
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    Sorry to hear someone tried to mess with E92. At least there's some consolation that it was recovered before they could drive it. Usually the car disappears never to be seen again which would have been a shame considering the work you have put into it.

    Hope the BMW equipment pulls something up. They are obviously getting the key blanks and software from someone at a dealer or are techs themselves
     
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    Thanks mate yea we're pleased it was just the car & I got it back, seen some really nasty car thefts on the BMW owners groups lately, some chap was hammered in the head for a 140i :(

    Discussed it briefly in the 2021 video but basically Carbon intake is calling me lol

    "provisionally"

    • Karbonious carbon intake/airbox/plenum
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    • Coilovers although worry its over kill for a daily, just worry the KW HAS kit won't have the damper travel wit the M4 hubs already increasing the ride height



    Should be some images at the end of the video of the loom (If I'm honest I was half expecting it not to work lol) in when videoing I thought this is a waste of time and they are going to be fixed.

    I will try and get my head under the passenger seat at some stage - weather crap currently to see if I can spot the pins without removing

    Yea very lucky to have it back, police sent me a letter this week to say the case has been closed :mad:

    Can only hope now that with the security post, steering lock and CCTV its not a quick option for them to try again - absolute scum!

    Good/ surprising news is I still really love the car - to the point where I'm thinking about a cheap daily to rock around with this crap weather but think the misses has had enough of old motors everywhere at the moment as it is.
     
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