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Help getting my car classified e36 328is

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mahernan

Hi,

 

I was wondering if you all could help me figure out what class my car would run. I have a:

 

1997 BMW 328is

Car weight with driver: 3,148

 

Engine: M52

• M3 (s52) cams

• TRM ECU tune

• Intake (AFE)

• Electric fan

 

Suspension:

• Ground Control Advanced designs (double adjustable: rebound and compression)

• Eibach adjustable sway bars

• Camber plates

• Poly/delrin mix bushings

• Linear springs

 

Exhaust system:

• Catback muffler

 

Brakes:

• Front e46 330i rotors and calipers

• Rear e36 M3 rotors and calipers

• Hawk HT10 pads

• Braided steel lines

 

Tires:

• Dry: Proxes RR 235/40/17

• Wet: Michelin Pilot Super Sport 235/40/18

 

Aero:

• Splitter up front

• Sneed 4 speed Spoiler/wing

 

Chassis:

• E36

• E36 x-brace

• Stripped out

 

Drivetrain:

• LSD 3.23

• Poly trans bushings

 

Safety

• 4 pt. bolt on autopower roll bar

• Momo Start 2007 seats

• OMP 804 leggera 6 pt harnesses

• Fire extinguisher

 

From Rule book, car should be TTF to begin with

BMW 328 = TTF Wt.: 3197

 

I have calculated +35pts

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AZELISE

The best way to get a vehicle classed is to read the rules over and over again. Then estimate it yourself using a classing form. Last, meet with the time trial director for your region to go over your car with aforementioned form. Too often classing over the internet rarely turns out well. What some people consider a splitter is more points than just a splitter. Pictures usually raise more questions than answers.

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