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E36General discussion and technical help for (E36) 1992-1999 3 series cars. 318, 323, 325, 328.
It took me about 12 hours total. Yes, I do need some M3 LCABs. I don't really feel planted anymore since I removed the 200lb from the center of the car and I am guessing that the LCABs would help it. But then again, I was thinking of going with the Treehouse Eyeball Arms instead.
- Rob [93' British Racing Green BMW 325i Sport Saloon]
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Your Ride: 1994 325is, 2000 z3 2.3
Well, it would have 3 pedals. You have a clutch pedal on the left, a brake pedal that is about half as big as an automatic brake pedal, and the gooo pedal on the far right.
You push down the left pedal and slowly let it out while keeping gas at 2000-3000RPMS. Everybody always drops the clutch at first, and this is they release it too fast at the very end, when it is almost all the way back.
i think he is referring to how the pedals got changed, there wasn't a pedal and now there is and it's got to be mounted to something.
Automatic e36's have the hole there already, just covered. I'm pretty sure there are even threaded holes already for the screws to mount the clutch petal. BMW saved money by manufactoring the same metal mold for both tranny types.
However you will have to cut a new hole in the plastic cover (the one that screws/clips in to protect all the wiring and stuff under there).