How to Modify BMW E30 3 Series

for High-performance and Competition

How to Modify BMW E30 3 Series
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Format: Paperback / softback, 128 Pages
ISBN: 9781845844387
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Buying a classic and iconic E30 BMW 3 Series can be just the start of a wonderful adventure. How to Modify BMW E30 3 Series explains how these fantastic cars can be modified to suit a vast range of applications, from simple upgrades to make everyday driving easier, through to servicing and renovation tips, and large-scale conversions for racing and rallying. Some of the most popular forms of motorsport are examined, along with explanations of how to take part and what equipment you need. All the procedures are explained in straightforward text by a qualified engineer and racer with many years of practical experience, accompanied by detailed photographs showing the reader how it's done. Many of the modifications shown are done on the author's own vehicles, so you get an honest report-- bruised knuckles and all. As well as the "how to" sections, there are a large amount of data and comparison charts to help you choose which modifications are right for you.

The author

Ralph Hosier’s childhood enthusiasm for cars blossomed into a two-decade career in vehicle engineering, working with the likes of Ford, Bentley, Jaguar, and Land Rover. He has a degree in engineering and is chartered, as well as being a member of the IMI and IET. Ralph started getting muddy with Land Rovers in the early '90s, and, after many green lanes and play days, he decided to step things up and go Competitive Safari racing in a home-built Bowler Tomcat. He has written several books in Veloce Publishing’s SpeedPro and Essential Buyer’s Guide series.

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Format: Paperback / softback, 128 Pages
ISBN: 9781845844387
Illustrations: 536 b-w & color photos
Size: 8.14 in x 9.84 in x 0.5 in / 206.76 mm x 249.94 mm x 12.7 mm

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