Getrag 250 5 speed gearbox
4.1 188 LSD (fully rebuild with new clutch disks)
M20 flywheel with strengthened pressure plate and ceramic clutch disk
Suspension & brakes
Coilovers build by WAD (wad.lt)
Front shocks Bilstein B8
Rear shocks BC racing RM series
BC racing camber plates
312mm front brakes with Brembo E38 4pot supports + Ferodo DS1.11 brake pads
294mm rear with stock E46 328 supports + Ferodo DS2500 brake pads
Tilton brake bias adjuster
E46 front control arms
E36 steering column
Adjustable & strengthened rear semi-trailing arms
Body & Aero
Rally spec FIA approved roll-cage
Fiberglass M3 body kit (+8cm wider fenders)
Adjustable front splitter (3 height positions, easily removable)
Adjustable rear wing (height and attack angle)
Semi flat flour
4 sets of wheels (R17 7,5J/8J/8,5J)
I have this car for ~10 year now, over the years I have successfully used it for slalom/autocross, then for trackday’s and eventually put rollcage in it and went for circuit racing. Over the years I tried many different things to make it faster, so now this car is very competitive and pure pleasure to drive. But there still are things to do to make it even faster :) Car is built according to 2018 Lithuanian touring car R3000 class rules (put 2.8L engine in it and it will be competitive car for Baltic touring BTC1 class).
Car never had serious incidents, just some small bruises from close racing.
Currently front fender and bumper is broken (broken during last race of the 2018 season) but that’s just cosmetics, otherwise ready for drive.