Drove it for the first time tonight. AWESOME BABY!
After three years of off and on work I finally got the BMW-CSL running and run it does. Instant throttle response. Awesome but civil sound. The car BMW should have made for their '88 M3.
__________________ '88 BMW M3, 450 hp ?, '01 LS1/6, 222/226
@ .050, .570/.570, Lunati springs, Ti. spring retainers, chrom-moly pushrods, LS6 intake, LS6 heads soon, Katech rod bolts, modified Holden pan, ARP head studs, Mcleod aluminum flywheel, Camaro 6-speed, '01 BMW M Roadster front and rear suspension. This little 2700# beast has been my daily driver since I fired it up on Oct. 16, 2005, and it runs absolutely flawlessly.
good to hear. i can wait till i get to drive my 96 rs conversion.
__________________ 1996 Camaro Rs (Ls1 conversion) Sold
2000 Trans AM - Sold
1998' Mystic Teal Metallic Trans Am - Basic Tune, Slp Lid, ASP Pulley, Pacesetter LT w/ 3" Magnaflow X-Pipe & Bullets, 3.42's & Nitto D/R In The Rear - 12.9 @ 107 http://i6.photobucket.com/albums/y24...p956/sig-2.jpg
quote:Originally Posted by ashzero
torretto and his gang are up to no good, they're overnighting parts from japan.
Congratulations! I love success stories, inspires me to work on mine
__________________ 1953 Studebaker Starlight Coupe Custom, 2000 LS1, LS6 manifold, valve springs & PCV, ETC, Sanderson Headers, 4L60E, Yank Stealth 2800. 68 Nova Subframe, Ford 8 inch, 3.80 posi. 27 MPG, 13.51@103, 31k miles since the swap and counting.
Swap Journal: http://www.hotrodders.com/forum/jour...ge=1&reverse=0
"Its gotta be bitchin', its gotta be low, and its gotta be drivable." - Fat Jack