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2004 BMW M3 - NASA Championship Winner

Posted by bradiger about 6 years, 1 month ago

Location: Harrisonburg VA

Over $3,000 worth of fresh upgrades just installed that make this car no-hassle, track ready and quick. 

I won the NASA Mid Atlantic TTB (Time Trial class "B") 2014 championship in this car. It's fast, dead reliable, very neutral in it's handling and certainly turns heads at events. 

From the parts list below, the only two things that are different as it sits in the showroom at Mid Atlantic Motorwerkes today from how it was set up last season are that it has OE front brake rotors with one day on them as the outers on the 2 piece PFCs need replacing and the ballast to make TTB legal weight with me in the car has been removed. Some ballast and the PFC rotors come with the car. It has been in GRM numerous times including on the cover for the UTCC 2013 issue and on 2014 event poster. 

We built the car from ground up in September 2012. High-level overview of build: 

-All A/C components removed 

-interior completely gutted and side windows/motors removed (still have complete interior except carpets, front seats and steering wheel) 

-Motor, ECU and drive-train are completely stock 

-Have some service history (available in PDF). We nut and bolted before every event and changed fluids every other. 

-Complete Ground Control stage 2+ coil overs with BW valving, top adjustable dampers, "race" camber plates and spherical rear shock mounts. 

-500/600# springs (no downforce on car per TTB rules) 

-PFC 08 pads front and rear 

-oil diverter valve & race thermostat 

-Ground Control front control arm bushings 

-Bimmerworld end links 

-Hotchkis sway bars front and rear 

-Bimmerworld race exhaust, header back 

-Bimmerworld steel brake lines 

-Apex ARC-8 Wheels in custom BW black 18x9.5' et35 square set up 

-worn out C51s; 275/35-18 all four corners 

-black lugs nuts and studs 

-High durometer subframe mount kit 

-Solid brake guides 

-4pt BOLT IN rear cage 

-2pc PFC brake rotors (mentioned above) 

-Sparco EVO 2 USA seats (driver and passenger)(driver on slider) 

-G-Force FIA 6 pt belts (driver and passenger) 

-Powerflex rear trailing arm bushings (NOT INSTALLED) 

-Jaffster shift knob on UUC short shift kit 

-Other: 164,000 mile car, NO SPARES, interior included, graphics are vinyl and can be removed. 

Personal best was a 1:22 at Summit Point and 2:10 at VIR in TT trim. 2:08.7 without ballast. Wonger did a 2:07.8 on C51s with roughly 18 heat cycles. 

I am not interested in trades, negotiating, removing graphics, installing full cage, installing interior, delivering.... I just want the car sold. 

I have a pdf of a full PPI that was performed by Jason Zook at MAM that I'll share upon request (because I can't figure out how to post it here). I also have a complete itemized receipt of the work that was just performed and wrapped up this week. 

Over-view of newly installed parts are; right rear wheel bearing, all four rear (upper and lower) ball joints, RTABs, diff re-sealed, new fuel filter shield and vent tube replaced, rear subframe reinforcement complete (Bimmerworld weld-in). 

I'd also align if I were keeping it and it needs tires. Compression test was very good with no more than a 5 point spread top to bottom. 

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