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Hello all! 

NASA Spec3 is a spec series for the E36 325i and 325is models. The average build cost is between $15,000 and $17,000 depending on how fancy your safety gear is and what you pay for your donor car. We have 15+ Racers in the Mid Atlantic region with a healthy field of NEW racers coming up in the Southeast region for 2022 and lots of interest elsewhere. By my count, we have 15 or more new builds in progress on the east coast, some interest in Texas, and some on the west coast. 

 

I'm just here to make sure everyone is aware of this great class and send some helpful links for anyone interested in joining us! We are especially interested in folks who are interested in jump starting the class in their region. The affordability and accessibility of these cars make it pretty easy to start the class in a region, and once you have 2-3 folks agreeing to build/buy a car, the rest will come. The class sells itself once there are cars on track. 

Spec 3 Forum: https://community.drivenasa.com/topic/58632-spec-3-constructors-guide/

Official Website: https://spec3.nasaseries.com/

Facebook Media Page: https://www.facebook.com/NASASpec3

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nasaspec3/

FB Discussion Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/spec3

Key details on the class:

- E36 chassis (92-95 325i makes the easiest donor since 96-99 requires you swap the OBD1 parts over)

- M50b25Tu engines only (2.5 liter single vanos from the E36 and E34) 

- Spec Camber plates, stock M3 struts and control arms with Koni Inserts, Eibach or H&R sway bar kit, Spec Swift Springs

- 17x8 or 17x8.5 wheels with 235/40/17 Toyo RRs for dries and 15 inch wheels with RA1s for wets

- Hawk DTC-60 pads (Carried by FCP Euro so you can buy one set of pads and warranty them forever)

- 2825 min weight with driver

- Stock ECU with a Spec chip from Epic Motorsports

- M3 bumpers allowed

 

Average consumables running cost for a season: 2 sets of brake pads ($150 per axle from Andrew Racing, or warranty through FCP Euro) and 1 set of tires 

 

Parts list with prices:  

or https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1OlOMni51nbqwuyZUN7aE8V9y77sN1THtBnFW9rwHqmM/edit#gid=0

 

Constructor's Guide

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1kgpDmcWk75KYhQyVoJ8IR3GB31xQMVdK40VX32yDxn4/edit?usp=sharing 

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