I’ve finally taken the time to fine tune and dial in the rest of my camber and fitment. I always hated how E90’s typically run no front camber while the rear tends to dial in quite a bit with a hefty drop. I wanted to even out my front to rear fitment (not just the tire to fender but also the camber of the wheel looking down the side of the car). This is how it is currently sitting.
I forgot to post that I recently picked up an E36. The E30 has been gone for a few months now. My wife was daily driving that, and we were looking for something cool to replace it. This E36 is everything I could ask for. The 328i M52 motor delivers smooth, strong power, and I honestly love the styling of the E36. It feels just like driving an E30, but with more power and newer features.
Was able to dial the car in a little more and change out the rear spacers for just a hair bigger one. I am happy with how everything sits at least for now. I posted some pics up over on FittedMedia.com so check it!
I try to kick it with my good friend and WFC boss Brian (Lynk) as much as possible despite him living over a hour away. I drove out yesterday to spend some quality time since his Bday was recent. We’ve been buying and working on more and more Euro cars it seems. The different generations of white BMW 3 series cars all parked together was too good not to snap a photo.
I finally got around to ordering longer studs so I could replace the 10mm rear spacers with 20mm. The fitment now matches the front nicely and the car sits pretty good. I am eventually going to switch out the entire suspension setup for something a little stiffer and better for going low without bottoming out.
We put together a little private meet for all of our WFC homies at Venice Beach yesterday. It turned out to be awesome. These are some of the best people in the world to kick it with. I even dance on the boardwalk in it haha!
Many of my friends are going are these days. I was a big time hater to start, but as I have gotten older and take a ton more roadtrips I see that having something that is adjustable anytime you like doesn’t seem so bad. My good friend Andrew has been installing and putting together some of the best Air setups in LA. I feel he is the guy to go to for Air these days. He doesn’t have all the overhead of some of these big name shops, and he probably has more experience.
If you are a Socal car guy that is into wheel fitment then you’ve probably either heard of Tony or seen his E30. He’s rolled and pulled several of the Wrong Fitment Crew’s rides. I always snap a few pic of his ride when he comes out. I don’t know why he’s never rocked a front lip, but I still love it!
I took part in judging the car show at the Hellaflush x Canibeat show at the Queen Mary last Saturday. It was a ton of fun hanging with my crew and friends all day. The quality of cars on display were top notch. Mark of Fatlace asks me when I attend these events to be apart of the judging, and I’m always happy to be apart of that. The announcing went real good when I was on stage. In Hawaii it seemed the word didn’t get out very good that the awards were being given out and only one or two of the people that won showed up. People in Long Beach were amped and it made for a great day! I’ll have some car show pics up when I can.
This weekend is the Canibeat x Hellaflush the Infamous show at the Queen Mary in Long Beach. I am not big into shows myself, but I wanted to take this opportunity to show off my hard work with the E30. Also my the WrongFitmentCrew decided we would make a strong appearance for a couple shows this year just to show everyone we are still players on the board. The main thing for me is just getting to hang with my best car buds for a day. I’ll have some photos up early next week.
Our crew… the wrongfitmentcrew rolled out to Palmdale for a late meet yesterday. It’s always fun catching up with my folks and seeing some nice cars.
This year’s WFC meet at Venice beach was a ton of fun. It is always good seeing my crew. The meet got way to huge, and the cops shut us down early. We moved the core group of OG members over to the Venice pier and kept things going for a few more hours. I can’t wait until the next one which will be a little more low key.