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In case of a theft, the device card on the back of these instructions together with the purchase receipt is your proof of ownership. Enter the serial number and the code number of the device. The serial number is located on the side of the device and poss. also on the original box.
Adjusting the volume
DANGER! High volume Excessive volume can damage your hearing and you may fail to hear acoustic warning signals! The devices mutes itself while it changes the CD in the CD changer or the audio source. During this mute phase, the volume may be changed, but it is not audible. Do not increase the volume during a mute phase. Always set the device to a moderate volume. u Turn the volume control >. The current volume is shown on the display and used for all audio sources.
Startup Note: The volume can also be changed during a trafc announcement/phone call/navigation announcement using the volume control > for the duration of the phone call or the announcement. Note: You cannot call up the menu if the device is muted ("MUTE").
Muting the device
u Briey press the On/Off button ?. "MUTE" appears on the display. To cancel the mute function, u briey press the On/Off button ? again. OR: u Turn the volume control >.
Overview of the menu operation
The different basic settings of the device and many functions of the different operating modes are available via menus:
A B C D
Option of the selected menu item Selected menu item Menu items of the selected menu Arrows indicate in which direction you can scroll in the menu
E Menu selection
To select a different menu, u press the rocker switch or @.
In the System menu, you perform the basic
settings for the device (e.g. display brightness and colour, power-on volume and volume for trafc announcements, telephone calls and more, time, scan time and settings for C'n'C and AUX mode).
In the Audio menu, you perform sound
settings (e.g. bass, treble, volume distribution, equalizer).
It switches from the menu of the current operating mode to the System or Audio menu. The Tuner menu is also available in all other operating modes, e.g. to switch the priority for trafc information on or off. To select and call up a menu item in the current menu, u press the rocker switch u Press the OK button :. You can exit a menu as follows: or @.
@ to switch on
CD mode (audio)
Audio CDs are played in the CD mode (audio). How to insert and remove CDs is described in the chapter "Startup".
The CD menu
The CD menu provides functions such as MIX and REPEAT (see the lower table on the next page). To select a function and its desired option in the CD menu, The CD menu opens. u To select the desired function, press the rocker switch or @. u Press the OK button :. u Press the rocker switch @ to switch on the selected option, or the rocker switch @ to switch it off. u Press the OK button : to select a different function, or press the DISESC button ; to exit the menu.
Starting the audio CD mode
You can select an inserted CD as audio source: u Press the SOURCE button 8 repeatedly until "CD" appears on the display. The playback starts. Note: As long as the CD is in the drive, the device stores track and playing time of the previously played CD. After calling up the audio source, the playback starts at the point where it was interrupted.
u press the MENU button 9.
The audio CD display
A Trafc information priority B Bluetooth status C Display area for track number and CD text
(album, artist, track name if available and switched on)
D Random playback (MIX) or repeat function
E Playing time or time
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Functions in the CD mode (audio)
The functions of the following table can be called directly on the CD display by touching a button. Function Selecting tracks Action Press the rocker switch or @. Press and hold the rocker switch or @. Press the OK button : for longer than 2 seconds. Press the DISESC button ;. : Playing the next track : Repeats the track. Press again: Plays the previous track Audibly scanning a track forward or back "SCAN": Scans all tracks on the CD (scan time can be adjusted: chapter "User settings"). Press again briey: Switches scan off Change between display of playing time and time. Display/description
Fast search Scanning tracks
Playing time/ time
The functions of the following table can be called up in the CD menu. For further details, please read the preceding section "The CD menu". Function Random playback Repeating tracks Menu item MIX "MIX CD" "MIX CD" REPEAT : Mixing the tracks on the CD. : Regular playback. : Repeat the current track. : Regular playback. Options
"REPEAT TRACK" "REPEAT TRACK"
Display CD text
: The display shows CD text. : The display does not show CD text.
Switching scrolling text on/off
: The track information appears as scrolling text. : The track information does not appear as scrolling text.
CD/USB mode (MP3/WMA)
In CD/USB mode, you can play CD-Rs or CD-RWs or a USB medium with MP3 or WMA tracks. The chapter "Startup" describes what you must observe when connecting and disconnecting USB media. It also contains information about inserting and removing CDs.
The MP3 display
Starting the CD/USB mode
You can select an already inserted CD-R or CDRW or a connected USB data carrier as audio source: u Press the SOURCE button 8 repeatedly until "CD" or "MP3" or "USB" appears on the display. The playback starts. Note: The USB mode can be selected only if a valid USB medium is connected.
MP3 source ("CD MP3" or "USB") Trafc information priority Bluetooth status Current directory Display area for the le names as well as artist, album or track1 (RPT)
F Random playback (MIX) or repeat function G Playing time
You can switch between the following modes with the DISESC button ;:
MP3 display Browse mode Playlist mode (if playlist is available on
1 Album and artist can be displayed only if they are stored in the ID3 tags of the MP3 track.
Functions in the CD/USB mode (MP3/WMA)
The functions of the following table can be called directly on the MP3 display by touching a button. Function Selecting folders Selecting tracks Action Press the rocker switch or @. Press the rocker switch or @. Press and hold the rocker switch or @. Press the OK button : for longer than 2 seconds. : Selecting the next folder : Selecting the previous folder : Playing the next track : Repeats the track. Press again: Plays the previous track Audibly scanning a track forward or back "SCAN": Scans all tracks on the CD/USB (scan time can be adjusted: chapter "User settings"). Press again briey: Switches scan off Response
The functions of the following table can be called up in the MP3 menu. For further details, please read the following section, "The MP3 menu". Function Random playback Repeating tracks Displaying track information Menu item MIX REPEAT DISPLAY "MIX FOLDER": Mix tracks of the current folder. "MIX ALL": Mix all the tracks. "REPEAT TRACK": Repeat the current track. "REPEAT FOLDER": Repeat the current folder. "ARTIST": Display the artist. "ALBUM": Display the album. "SONG": Display the track names. Switching scrolling text on/off SCROLL : The track information appears as scrolling text. : The track information does not appear as scrolling text. Options
The MP3 menu
To select a function and its desired option in the MP3 menu, u press the MENU button 9. The MP3 menu opens. u To select the desired function, press the rocker switch or @. u Press the OK button :. u To select the desired option among several options, press the rocker switch or @. u Press the rocker switch @ to switch on the selected option, or the rocker switch @ to switch it off. u Press the OK button : to select a different function, or press the DISESC button ; to exit the menu.
A Marked directory or track
(open or playback with rocker switch @)
B Directory C Up and down arrows indicate in which D Currently playing track E Track
Selecting tracks in Browse mode u During MP3/WMA playback, press the DISESC button ; repeatedly until the Browse mode is displayed. It shows all folders and tracks stored on the data carrier. To select a track or folder, u press the rocker switch or @ to scroll through the tracks and folders. Fast scrolling is achieved by pressing the rocker switches for a longer time. u Press the rocker switch to a higher-level folder. @ to change up
direction you can scroll
The Browse mode
In the Browse mode, tracks and directories are displayed the same way they are stored on the MP3 data carrier. This allows you to purposefully search for and open a specic directory and select a track stored in that directory without having to interrupt the current playback. The browse display
u Press the rocker switch @ to open a folder or to play a track. The les are played back in the order in which they were physically stored on the data carrier. This order is also displayed in the Browse mode. Note: Fast searching is not available in Browse mode.
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The Playlist mode
The device can play playlists that were created with an MP3 manager, such as WinAmp or Microsoft Media Player. The playlists must be stored in the root folder of the data carrier. The following playlist formats are valid: M3U, PLS, WPL, ASX and RMP. The Playlist display
Registering Bluetooth players
The device can be registered with up to 5 Bluetooth-ready cell phones or other devices such as MP3 players. If you register a sixth one, the Bluetooth device registered rst is unregistered. For additional information about managing more registered Bluetooth devices, see the chapter "Bluetooth phone call", section "Managing registered Bluetooth devices". To register a Bluetooth player, u press the MENU button 9. u Press the rocker switch "Syst" system menu. @ to open the @ until the
Automatic connection of the Bluetooth player
During switch-on, the car sound system automatically attempts to establish a Bluetooth connection to the Bluetooth player connected last or to the rst device in the list of registered devices. If the connection has been established, "DEVICE CONNECTED" is briey shown on the display, and you can select the connected Bluetooth player as audio source. If the car sound system was in Bluetooth streaming mode during switchoff, the connected Bluetooth player is automatically selected as current audio source after the connection is established.
u Press the rocker switch or "BT" menu item is selected.
u Press the OK button : to call up the menu item. The "PAIR" menu item is selected. u Press the OK button : to call up the menu item. u Press the rocker switch or @ until the "OTHER" menu item is selected. u Press the OK button :. If necessary the display shows "ENTER PIN" you can enter the PIN number of the Bluetooth player: u Enter the number sequence by pressing the corresponding buttons of the A keys.
Bluetooth streaming mode If the connection cannot be established, the display shows a corresponding message:
CONNECTION FAILED DEVICE NOT
FOUND: The car sound system cannot nd the Bluetooth player, e.g. because the Bluetooth player is switched off or its Bluetooth function is deactivated.
Starting the Bluetooth streaming mode
u Press the SOURCE button 8 repeatedly until "STREAMING" appears on the display. The playback starts. Notes: The Bluetooth streaming mode can be selected only if a suitable Bluetooth device is connected.
CONNECTION FAILED: The car sound
system nds the Bluetooth player, but the connection cannot be established due to a Bluetooth error. In these two cases, the car sound system continues to attempt the connection in the background. If you attempt to call up a Bluetooth function on the car sound system, "BLUETOOTH LINK BUSY PRESS REJECT KEY TO CANCEL" is displayed. If you want to cancel the connection attempt, press the button 4. If necessary, attempt to manually establish the connection to the Bluetooth player in the device list (see the section "Managing registered Bluetooth devices in the device list" in the chapter "Bluetooth phone call").
Unregister the connection to the currently
connected Bluetooth device (DISCON)
Establish a connection to one of the
registered Bluetooth devices (CONNECT)
Unregister a Bluetooth device (DELETE)
Unregister all registered Bluetooth devices u Open the Bluetooth menu. u Press the rocker switch or @ until the "DEL ALL" menu item is selected. u Press the OK button : to call up the menu item. The "YES" menu item is selected. u Press the OK button : to unregister all registered Bluetooth devices and return to the Bluetooth menu. OR: u Use the rocker switch or @ to select the menu item "NO" or "EXIT". u Press the OK button : to retain all registered Bluetooth devices and return to the Bluetooth menu.
"CONNECT": The selected Bluetooth
device is being connected.
"DISCON": The connection to the selected
Bluetooth device is disconnected.
"DELETE": The selected Bluetooth
device is being unregistered. Note: The "DISCON" function is available only to the currently connected Bluetooth device, the "CONNECT" function only for the other registered, but not connected Bluetooth devices.
Answering/rejecting a phone call
If you are receiving a call, the display shows "INCOMING CALL" and the phone number of the caller or his entry in the phone book. The active audio source is muted and the ring tone is sent to the loudspeakers. In case of an incoming call, you must answer or reject the call. At this time, it is not possible to perform another operation using the car sound system. To reject the call, u press the To answer the call, u press the button 5. The display shows "IN CALLHANDSFREE". Your caller's voice is broadcast via the loudspeakers. During the phone call, you can change the volume by means of the volume control >. Note: During the Bluetooth phone call, no trafc or navigation announcements are switched through. button 4. The display shows "CALL ENDED".
Selecting a phone number from the history
(see the section "Calling a phone number from the history") To enter a phone number and make a call or to save it, u open the Bluetooth menu. u Press the rocker switch or @ until the "DIAL NEW" menu item is selected. u Press the OK button : to call up the menu item. Now you can enter a phone number: u Enter the number sequence by pressing the corresponding buttons of the A keys. After entering one digit, the device automatically switches to the next one. To correct any entry errors, select the corresponding digit by pressing the rocker switch or @ again. To call the number entered, u press the button 5. The display shows "CALLING" and the dialed phone number or its entry in the phone book. If the number is invalid or the call cannot be made for some other reasons, the display briey shows "CALL FAILED". To store the phone number entered under a button of the keys A, u Press the OK button :. The display shows "Press Number Key to Store OR Press Accept to Call". u Press the desired key 0 - 9 of the keys A. The display briey shows "Number Saved". The number is stored under the selected button and you are returned to the number entry.
Making a phone call (DIAL NEW)
There are several ways of making a phone call via the car sound system:
Entering a phone number and dialing or
storing it under a button of the keys
Dialing a number stored under a button of
the keys (section "Speed dial")
Selecting a phone number stored in the
phone book of the device (see the section "Storing and calling a phone number in the phone book of the device")
Ending a call
To end a call, u press the button 4. The display shows "CALL ENDED". You can also end the phone call by switching off the device.
phone book of the connected cell phone (see the section "The phone book of the cell phone")
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Redirecting an ongoing phone call to the cell phone
By default, the voice of the person calling you is played back via the loudspeakers of the vehicle during a phone call. You can also redirect a phone call to your cell phone: u Briey press the button 5. The loudspeakers in the vehicle are muted and your calling partner is switched to your cell phone; the display shows "IN CALLHANDSET". Pressing the button again plays the sound via the loudspeakers in the vehicle; the display shows "IN CALLHANDSFREE" again. OR u Press the On/Off button ? for longer than 2 seconds. The car sound system is switched off and your caller is redirected to your cell phone.
You can now enter your the name of the entry with up to 20 characters: u Enter the name by pressing the corresponding buttons of the A keys. Select the desired letter, if necessary by pressing a button several times. After entering one letter, the device automatically switches to the next one. To correct any entry errors, select the corresponding digit by pressing the rocker switch or @ again. After entering the complete name, u press the OK button :. Now you can enter the phone number: u Enter the number sequence by pressing the corresponding buttons of the A keys. After entering the complete phone number, u press the OK button :. The new entry is stored. Calling a phone number To call a number stored in the phone book of the device, u open the Bluetooth menu. u Press the rocker switch or @ until the " RADIO" menu item (phone book of the device) is selected. u Press the OK button : to call up the menu item. u Press the rocker switch or @ until the "VIEW PBK" menu item is selected. u Press the OK button :. The entries of the phone book of the device are displayed. u Select the desired entry with the rocker switch or @. u Press the button 5 to make the call. The display shows "CALLING" and the selected entry in the phone book.
Storing and calling a phone number in the phone book of the device
The device features its own phone book in which you can store 10 entries. Every entry consists of a name and a phone number. The numbers stored in the phone book of the device are available independent of the currently connected cell phone. Storing phone numbers To store an entry in the phone book of the device, u open the Bluetooth menu. u Press the rocker switch or @ until the " RADIO" menu item (phone book of the device) is selected. u Press the OK button : to call up the menu item. The "ADD NEW" menu item is selected. u Press the OK button :.
Bluetooth phone call Editing an entry To edit an existing entry in the phone book of the device, u open the Bluetooth menu. u Press the rocker switch or @ until the " RADIO" menu item (phone book of the device) is selected. u Press the OK button : to call up the menu item. u Press the rocker switch or @ until the "EDIT PBK" menu item is selected. u Press the OK button :. The entries of the phone book of the device are displayed. u Select the desired entry with the rocker switch or @. u Press the OK button :. You can now edit the name of the entry: u If necessary, press the rocker switch @ to select a position. or u Press the rocker switch or @ until the " RADIO" menu item (phone book of the device) is selected. u Press the OK button : to call up the menu item. u Press the rocker switch or @ until the "DELETE" menu item is selected. u Press the OK button :. The entries of the phone book of the device are displayed. u Select the desired entry with the rocker switch or @. u Press the OK button :. The selected entry is deleted. Note: To delete all the entries of the phone book, select the menu item "DEL ALL" instead of "DELETE" and press the OK button :.
The phone book of the cell phone
You can upload the phone book of the connected cell phone to the device and then select and call entries from the phone book via the device. Note: Downloading the phone book means that the entries are copied from the cell phone to the device. The phone book of the cell phone is not deleted in the process. The device stores phone book entries of up to 3 cell phones with up to 500 entries each. Each entry may contain up to 4 different phone numbers, e.g. for private and ofce numbers of a person. Downloading a phone book To download the phone book, u open the Bluetooth menu. u Press the rocker switch or @ until the "PBK DNL" menu item is selected. u Press the OK button : to call up the menu item.
u Enter the desired character by pressing the corresponding button of the keys A once or several times. After editing the complete name, u press the OK button :. Now you can edit the phone number: u If necessary, press the rocker switch @ to select a position. u Enter the desired digit by pressing the corresponding button of the keys A. After editing the complete phone number, u press the OK button :. The modied entry is stored. Deleting entries To delete an existing entry in the phone book of the device, u open the Bluetooth menu. or
Bluetooth phone call The download of the phone book from the cell phone to the device starts. The display shows "PHONEBOOK DOWNLOADING Please Wait.".After the transfer is complete, "DOWNLOAD COMPLETE" is shown; if the transfer was not successful, "DOWNLOAD FAILED" appears. Note: If the device is currently in the Bluetooth streaming mode when the phone book is being downloaded, the audio transfer is interrupted for the duration of the phone book download. Calling an entry in the phone book Note: Only the phone book of the currently connected cell phone is available (if this phone book has already been downloaded to the device). To call an entry in the phone book of the cell phone, u open the Bluetooth menu. u Press the rocker switch or @ until the " MOBILE" menu item is selected. u Press the OK button : to call up the menu item. The entries of the phone book are displayed. u Select the desired entry with the rocker switch or @. Note: To reach the desired entry faster, press the button of the alphanumeric keys A with the corresponding starting letter. In each case, the rst available number for the currently selected entry is displayed. If additional numbers are available under the entry, e.g. an ofce or cell phone number, it is indicated by means of corresponding symbols on the display. To call the rst number of the entry, u press the button 5. To call a different number of the entry, u Press the OK button :. All numbers stored under this entry are displayed.
u Select the desired number with the rocker switch or @. u Press the button 5. The call is being made. "CALLING" and the name of the entry are shown on the display.
Calling a phone number from the history
The history of the cell phone is automatically downloaded after establishing the Bluetooth connection. The following phone numbers are stored in the history of the cell phone:
Numbers dialed The numbers of received calls The numbers of missed calls
To call one of these numbers, u open the Bluetooth menu. u Press the rocker switch or @ until the "CALL LOG" menu item is selected. u Press the OK button : to call up the menu item. u Press the rocker switch or @ to select one of the following menu items:
RECEIVED: Calls received MISSED: Unanswered calls DIALED: Numbers dialed
"EBASS": Bass "ETREBLE": Treble "EMIDDLE": Middle "EXBASS": Increasing bass at low volume
u Press the OK button : to call up the menu item. u Press the rocker switch or @ to switch between the available menu items (see the table):
"GAIN" "FREQ" "QUAL"
u Press the rocker switch the setting. or @ to change
"GAIN" (level) "FREQ" (frequency) "QUAL" (quality factor)
To adjust the equalizer, u In the Audio menu, press the rocker switch or @ repeatedly until the "EN AUDIO" (Enhanced menu) menu item is selected.
After you performed the settings for all menu items, u Press the OK button : to select a different function, or press the DISESC button ; to exit the menu.
AUDIO (Audio menu) EN AUDIO (Enhanced menu) EBASS
Level (GAIN) Frequency (FREQ) Quality factor (QUAL) 60 Hz, 80 Hz, 100 Hz, 200 Hz 1.0, 1.25, 1.5, 2.kHz, 12.5 kHz, 15 kHz, 17.5 kHz
-7 to +Hz, 1,000 Hz, 1,500 Hz, 2,500 Hz 0.5, 0.75, 1.0, 1.25
0 to Hz, 60 Hz 100 Hz
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In the System menu, you can adjust these presettings to your preferences:
Notes: To quit the text input without changing the welcome text, press the DISESC button ;.
Welcome text Clock settings Volume settings Display settings Scan time
Changing time settings
The following settings can be changed in the System menu:
Opening the System menu
u Press the MENU button 9. u Press the rocker switch "Syst" System menu. @ to open the
Switching time display on/off (OFF CLK) Selecting 12h/24h time display
Setting the time (CLK SET)
Switching time display on/off (OFF CLK) The time can be displayed while the device is switched off, if the vehicle ignition is switched on. To switch this time display on/off, u in the System menu, press the rocker switch or @ repeatedly until the "OFF CLK" menu item is selected. u Press the OK button : to call up the menu item. u Switch between the settings with the rocker switch or @.
Changing the welcome text (ON MSG)
When you switch on the device, an animation appears. It contains the factory set welcome text "THE ADVANTAGE IN YOUR CAR". To change this text, u in the System menu, press the rocker switch or @ until the "ON MSG" menu item is selected. u Press the OK button : to call up the menu item. The current welcome text is displayed. The position digit ashes and can be changed. You can now enter your own welcome text with up to 35 characters: u Enter the text by pressing the corresponding buttons of the A keys. Select the desired letter, if necessary by pressing a button several times. After entering one letter, the device automatically switches to the next one. To correct any entry errors, select the corresponding digit by pressing the rocker switch or @ again. After entering the complete welcome text, u press the OK button : to store the welcome text entered.
(TA VOL), telephone/navigation announcement (TEL VOL) and volume reduction (MUTE VOL)
Signal tone (BEEP ON) Speed-dependent volume increase
User settings In addition, you can assign a lower volume up to the value 0 (mute) to the volume reduction (MUTE). u In the System menu, press the rocker switch or @ repeatedly until one of these menu items is displayed: Activating/deactivating the signal tone (BEEP ON) You can deactivate the signal tone that sounds as a conrmation in the menus or when storing the stations on the station buttons. u in the System menu, press the rocker switch or @ repeatedly until the "BEEP ON" menu item is selected. u Press the OK button : to call up the menu item. u Switch between the settings with the rocker switch or @.
"MUTE VOL": Presets the volume of the
"TEL VOL": Presetting the volume of the
phone call/navigation announcement
"TA VOL": Presetting the volume of the
trafc announcement u Press the OK button : to call up the menu item. The currently set volume is displayed. u Set the volume with the rocker switch @. or
"BEEP ON" "BEEP ON"
: Signal tone on. : Signal tone off.
u Press the OK button : to select a different function, or press the DISESC button ; to exit the menu. Setting the speed-dependent volume increase (AUTO SND) When you are driving faster, the device can automatically increase the volume to compensate for the driving noise. The volume is increased depending upon the speed. In order for this to work, the speedometer signal must be connected as described in the installation instructions. The optimum setting for this volume increase depends on how noise levels develop in your particular vehicle. Try the setting that is perfect for your vehicle. You can select a value between OFF (no increase) and 5 (maximum increase). u In the System menu, press the rocker switch or @ repeatedly until the "AUTO SND" menu item is selected. u Press the OK button : to call up the menu item. The current setting is displayed. u Select the desired setting with the rocker switch or @.
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Special Club Race Sponsors Issue
Index on Page 3
New Jersey Bulletin
BMW CAR CLUB OF AMERICA NEW JERSEY CHAPTER P.O. BOX 2305 WESTFIELD, NJ 07091-2305
Club Race June 4-5
This year's sixth annual Club Race at Lime Rock Park is shaping up to be possibly the largest race yet held in the country as part of the BMW CCA Club Racing series. This will be held in conjunction with our chapter's two day driver's school on June 4-5 at Lime Rock Park, in Lime Rock, Connecticut, so there will be lots of club people to hang out with. You should plan to come up and watch, even if you're not signed up as a participant. Since there will be a large field of racers, there will be two race groups. On Monday, each group will have sessions for practice and qualifying. Then, each group will have a race, starting around 3 o'clock. Following the day's activities, there will be a party at the track for all racers, drivers school participants, and guests. Tuesday's schedule will give the racers practice sessions in the morning, so they can get in some additional laps, sort out their cars, and make any necessary changes to their setups. After lunch, get a good viewing spot for the featured races. Grid positions are based on finishing places for Monday's races. Each race will be 35 laps, and if previous races are any indication, there will be some great competition to watch. As in previous years, the race will be a charity event, with procedes donated to the Westlake School in Westfield, NJ. The Westlake School has used our donations in the past as scholarship money for summer programs; allowing students who wouldnt normally be able to afford summer programs to attend. A busload of students will watch the race on Tuesday and a lucky few might even get rides around the track after the race. Major race sponsors are Armourfend, DiFeo BMW, Paul Miller BMW and TurnerMotorsport. Other sponsors are JMK BMW, TranSport Racing Services, UUC Motorwerks, VAC Motorsports, Bavarian Autosport, Don Rosen BMW, Motorsport Imports and Rennsport Motor Works. Please support these race sponsors, and let them know you appreciate their support of our club events when using them. If you are interested in Club Racing, contact Ross Karlin, our Chapter Race Chairman. He can give you all the information necessary.
Picnic and Rally June 17!!
Its time to send in your RSVPs for the chapter picnic to be held Sunday, June 17th (Fathers Day) at the Finch Farm in Asbury, NJ (exit 11 on Route 78). And the best way to get to the picnic will be to participate in that days fun rally which starts in Whitehouse, NJ. The picnic registration form and all the details about the rally are on page 11 of this issue. We ask that you RSVP in advance to Stephanie Mason so that we can plan the picnic. We will allow payment at the door, but the lack of RSVPs has caused your chapter much difficulty and much expense in the past, and we would really appreciate the courtesy of advance notice. The picnic will include a delicious BBQ (with the grill staffed by employees of local BMW dealerships), games, volleyball, lots of cool cars, horses and ther fun stuff not yet disclosed. The price for the picnic is $15 for adults, $10 for kids 10-17, and free for children under $10. The rally is free with picnic pre-registration and $20 without. Another good reason to RSVP for the picnic! Directions to the picnic are available on the website, and directions to the rally starting point are available on page 11. Contact Social ChairpersonStephanie Mason (contact info on page 2) with any questions or to submit your RSVP. We look forward to seeing you there!
BMW NA Meet 6/29
The June Monthly Meeting will be a special gathering at BMW NAs headquarters in Woodcliff Lake, NJ on Friday, June 29. This special meeting will being one hour earlier than usual, at 7pm. BMW NA executives will greet our members and discuss new product development, your BMW concerns and BMWs racing program. All the top executives come out to meet you, so return the favor! This is usually our biggest meeting of the year. BMW NA will provide refreshments and some door prizes. If you attend only one membership meeting this year, make it this one! Directions to BMW NA are available on the chapter website.
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June 2001 Q New Jersey Chapter Bulletin
Upcoming Monthly Meetings & Other Events
Monday and Tuesday, June 4-5 at Lime Rock Park
NJ Chapter Club Race at Lime Rock!
Come on up for a great day or two of excitement as the NJ Chapter puts on its 6th Annual Club Race at Lime Rock. 50-60 BMW Club Racers will put on an exciting race each afternoon, with proceeds going to charity. More information on the front page. Races each day will be in the early afternoon. Directions to Lime Rock on our website.
Sunday, June 17 at The Finch Farm, Asbury NJ
Giant Picnic (and Rally)
Our biggest event of the year! All the details are on page one, and the RSVP form is on page 11. Start the day at the exciting and fun rally (read the whole story on page 11), which finishes at the rally. The rally is free with prepaid picnic registration! You can pay at the door, but by RSVPing ahead of time you really save our chapter a lot of trouble and prevent any shortages of food, etc. Please, please RSVP.
Sunday, June 29 at BMW NA Headquarters, Woodcliff Lake, NJ.
Annual BMW NA Meeting
Our best-attended monthly meeting! Meet all the bigwigs at BMW NA and learn about upcoming products and racing programs. Enjoy delicious food and maybe win an exciting door prize! Directions on the website! Starts at 7PM!
Directions to the Deutscher Club
787 Featherbed Lane, Clark, NJ 732-574-8600
Take the Garden State Parkway to exit 135. Take Central Avenue towards Westfield. Turn left at first light onto Raritan Road. Turn right at the second light onto Westfield Ave. Follow the L shape of this road (do not turn off to the right). After 300 yards turn left at the big yellow DC sign.
Directions to Fort Monmouth Autocross Site
From the Garden State Parkway, take exit 105. Proceed to the first light. Take jughandle left onto Hope Road. Take Hope Road about 1 mile, make a right onto Tinton Avenue. Go to traffic light at Route 35. Cross intersection into Fort Monmouth. Proceed about 1/2 mile. Site is left next to theater. See map on website. As on all military bases, please be advised that posted speed limits are strictly enforced with 0 tolerance. Noise limits will be strictly enforced. Street muffling will be required, and excess backfiring will be frowned upon.
Join Our Egroup
The New Jersey Chapter announces an exciting new way for members to share and receive information about chapter activities. A Yahoo Group named njbmwcca has been created. The Yahoo Groups webpage can be found at: http://groups.yahoo.com. As of press time we had approximately 50 members, with one or two joining every day. Hopefully this can become a major conduit of chapter information for our membership. Early announcements of schedule changes, cancellations, etc will be easy to transmit! Topics so far have included early notification of the Lime Rock cancellation and information about our Drive for the Cure program. You must create a Yahoo account for yourself, but this is free and mostly painless. The webpage above will take you through the process. Once you have created a Yahoo account, request membership in the njbmwcca group. Membership must be approved by the moderator, and will only be open to NJ Chapter members. Chapter membership will be confirmed against the national membership roles. To speed the confirmation process email Dave McIntyre with your membership number and full name after you apply; otherwise he has to email you for this information, delaying the process. Well focus on NJ Chapter topics. Hopefully, this egroup will join the website and the hotline as valuable information conduits for our membership. Please contact David McIntyre with any questions.
Upcoming Events.3 DCC Directions.3 Fort Monmouth Directions.3 Egroup information.3 Random Firings.4 Philes Forum.5 New Members.7 Autocross Corner.9 Canoe Trip Planned.10 Advanced Summit Pt Driving Days.10 Picnic Reservation Form.11 Spring Rally Details.11 Major Club Race Sponsors.12-15 Club Race Sponsors.16-18 Classified Ads.19 Calendar.20
Why Does the Darned Car Miss? Part I - The Ignition System Last month, I described the search for my first car. The 1961 TR3A that I found in 1967 looked good but had a persistent misfire in the #3 cylinder. I had read a short pamphlet or two on internal combustion engines, but that was theory. There is no substitute for hands-on experience. The first thing I had to do was buy myself a rudimentary set of tools. Now, tools are a dangerous thing. for your wallet. Luckily, my father owned a hardware store with a reasonable selection of tools. I was able (at cost) to acquire a set of S. K. Wayne combination wrenches, as well as various screwdrivers, pliers, and so forth. The store did not carry ratchets and sockets, but I was able to go to a supplier in Cranford (W. W. Grainger) and get a 3/8 socket set. I still have these tools, although I do not use them much these days as SAE tools are not a good substitute for metric. A small digression: I love tools, and I suffer from tool catalog disease. I am a tool-aholic. The primary symptom is that I cannot pass up an opportunity to turn every page of a tool catalog looking for excuses to buy something. Another symptom is that whenever I am in Sears or Home Depot for any reason, I absolutely have to go through the tool section to see if they have invented anything new or if I can finally justify some new tool I will rarely use. Do I really need a set of stubby combination wrenches or that nifty flare-wrench set? A secondary symptom of tool catalog disease is that I am constantly looking for Snap-On and MAC tool trucks. There is no cure, and I will always be a toolaholic. And I am happy to say that I am not even a recovering tool-aholic. Any excuse for a new tool. I sometimes even take on jobs that I would not otherwise take on so that I can justify the purchase of a new tool. But why do I even have to justify the purchase. Isnt it enough that I want the new tool? The road to madness (and the poor-house) lies this way. And the tools dont have to be small. For example, I have a decent air compressor and air tools. I loved buying the air tools. And I love using them. Freud would have a field day with air tools, vrrrt, vrrt. Still I lust after a serious 220 volt two-stage air compressor. I have specd out work benches, presses, tire changing machines, wheel balancing machines, welders, and, finally that purest expression of a truely demented tool-aholic, a built-in lift. Dont I deserve to be able to stand up under the car while I am changing the motor oil? Surely a person of my stature and advanced age doesnt need to be crawling under the car on my back. Enough about tools (for now). Back to the misfire. The first thing I did was check for a spark at the #3 cylinder. I used a phillips screwdriver for this task. I interpreted the shock I received as evidence that there was a spark. Hard to fool me. Next I replaced the ignition points (requiring feel4 er gauges). You might remember ignition points. After all, 2002s were equipped with these, although many folks replaced them with a breaker-less ignitions. And, of course, I replaced the spark plugs. I still have the nifty Champion gapping tool that I bought. Finally, I set the ignition timing. The latter took a very long time. I had to buy a timing light (still have it), and then I had to learn to use it. Timing light rule #1 is that they do not work well in bright sunlight. Well, maybe this is rule #2. Rule #1 is that you really do not want to hook the light up while the motor is running. A nasty shock will inevitably result as you remove the wire from the #1 spark plug. This was before the days of inductive-pickup timing lights. Once things were hooked up and I had recovered from the shock of violating rule #1, I had to find the timing mark. This was no easy task given the typically grease-covered exterior of the well-maintained English motor. Once the mark was found, I had to learn that you were allowed to rotate the distributor while the motor was running. After all, I had just been shocked hooking up the timing light, so I was keeping my distance. Eventually the timing was set to spec. Needless to say, none of this had even the slightest effect on the misfire. Next month, The Saga of the Cylinder Head.
In last month's newsletter, Chapter President Hank Farber, in his popular 'Random Firings' column, regaled us with an account of the purchase of his first car, a Triumph. This got me thinking about telling my own first car story. It is kinda appropriate to tell it in June, the month of Father's Day. I guess the story begins when my Dad's 1951 Chevy was damaged in an icy-weather fender bender in December, 1960. Dad had been thinking about a new car, and had been pricing '61 Chevys, He also considered Detroit's new compact cars such as the Chevy Corvair, Plymouth Valiant, Ford Falcon, Pontiac Tempest, and Mercury Comet. Naturally, I was lobbying quite fiercely for a Vette, even though we were a one-car family of four. [Hey, it was Dad's fault. He made the mistake of bringing home the Vette sales brochure.] Anyhow, Dad finally decided on the Comet. He specified the 2-dr. deluxe model, in black like the '51 Chevy, with the optional engine [170 cu.-inch six, 101 HP], a radio, and automatic transmission [!!!]. He selected the Comet because it was a bit larger than the other compacts, especially in the area of rear seat legroom. Also, it fit in the garage [a '61 Chevy wouldn't] and Dad wanted a 6-cylinder. Also, he felt that the full-sized Chevys and Fords were too big and heavy for sixes, and that the compacts handled ['cornered', he said] much better. Another factor was that, at $2200, the deluxe Comet was maybe $300 cheaper than a base-model Chevy Biscayne. The new Comet was delivered to us in March, 1961. It was in the family until two years ago. When it came time a few years later for me to get my license and my own car, I was determined to get a '55-'57 Chevy, preferably a '57, because they were available with the 283 cu.-inch V-8 and a four-speed on the floor! [Plus Paul Abate, a really cool kid down the block had one, a black convertible, and he seemed to have lots of girlfriends.] I was dreaming, of course, as the 283s with a Borg-Warner T-10 were quite rare, and priced way beyond my means. My 'means' was the $100 - $150 range. I remember looking at innumerable '55 - '57 Chevys. One night a buddy and I looked at what seemed to be a gorgeous '55. Blue and white 2-dr., 6-cylinder, three-on-the-tree stick. You know, owned by a little old man who only drove to church and back. The car was parked with its passenger side hard against a hedgerow, and the little old man was adamant that the car was perfect and he had a bunch of folks coming the next day and I had better buy it right then. Problem was, he wouldn't let me drive it, or even move it away from the hedgerow. Turned out that the passenger side had been swiped from bumper to bumper! I finally found a '57 on the back of a used car lot in Irvington, near Olympic Park. Red/white 2-dr., six, t-o-t-t. They said it needed a motor, and was for sale as is, for $125. I listened to the motor and it didn't sound TOO bad, so I convinced myself that it was good enough to get me through to high school graduation, when I would have the Summer to either rebuild the motor or replace it with a 283. Dad hadn't said too much throughout my travails of Chevy hunting, but when I told him about the imminent purchase of a car, with a bad motor, I had not even driven, he wasn't too enthusiastic. He suggested that I at least drive the car prior to plunking down my hard-earned $125. So, I went back to the car lot after school the very next day [This was already costing me as I had to take the day off from the gas station I worked at.], with $125 burning a hole in my pocket. The girl minding the lot claimed that she couldn't find the keys to my '57, and that I would have to call the lot owner that evening. The owner said the car couldn't be driven, as the motor was really shot, and if I wanted the car it would have to be towed. Oh, by the way, the price was still $125. Needless to say, I was absolutely devastated by this. Dad faced this devastating news with equanimity. He suggested that I look for a newer car in better condition, and that the virtually all '55 - '57 Chevys were too costly for their age and condition because of their popularity. Of course, he was telling me something I had been finding out the hard way. Dad said he just happened to have a co-worker at the Post Office who was trading in a Comet like ours. It was a silver 2 dr.1960 model, with only 30,000 miles, t-o-t-t, and the fellow had purchased it new. ['60 and '61 Comets are virtually identical.] Dad happened to have already negotiated the price, $100, and said I could have my Comet as soon as his co-worker's new Mustang was delivered 'in a couple weeks'. He knew I wasn't looking for a Comet, but the car was a known quantity and should provide reliable, economical transportation for my daily commutes to college that Fall. [Imagine telling this to a 17 year-old punk who wanted a '57 Chevy?] Dad suggested I stop by the P.O. and check the car out one day on the way home from school. He said, "Heck, Son, you can always pick up a '57 Chev. when the right one comes along and your financial situation improves." In my vulnerable state, I agreed. After what seemed like a couple years, not weeks, I got home from school on Thursday, 28 April, 1966 and my Mom said, "Your Dad called from work, you are going to get your car tomorrow! Have your money ready when he gets home." We in da big time now! Bright and early on the next day, I literally ran to the post office, and there was my Comet. The odometer indicated 30,829 miles. Dad had already transferred the title and installed my new license plates, so I was ready to go! Of course, I had to first remove the stock air cleaner and install a 'performance' chrome unit, the first of many modifications. Well, that was more than 35 years ago, and you know, Dad was right. That old Comet did provide reliable transportation throughout the rest of high school and throughout my undergraduate years. In fact, I still have the car. Except for the Cragar SS wheels and Michelin radials, it still looks as it did in July, 1966, when I brought it home from Earl Scheib's paint emporium sporting a coat of Earl's 'Diamond Black' enamel [Deluxe Job: $49.95]. Internally, however, things differ quite a lot from the original 85 HP, 144 cu.-inch six and t-o-t-t. The engine bay now holds a small-block Ford V-8, 260 cu.-inch, built approximately to Cobra specs. except for the Edelbrock intake manifold, Mallory distributor, and Hooker headers. I'm guessing maybe 250 HP. The trans is a Borg-Warner T10, and the rear is a Ford "8 inch" sporting a limited-slip diff. Disc brakes up front. Thanks, Dad. I still wish to receive copies of your DMV inspection reports. You can either mail a photocopy of your report printout, or simply e-mail the test data. If you choose the latter, please include both the test results and the pass/fail criteria for each pollutant along with your year, transmission type, and mileage. [Include your name, too!] If you know at what mileage your Oxygen sensor was last replaced, include that as well. Please indicate what, if any, modifications have been made to your motor [aftermarket chip, intake, exhaust, etc.] and your exact model numContinued on page 8
Welcome Our 41 New Members
Norm Barouch Jim August Patrick Campbell Hugh Casey Ron Chiang Jason Chernowetz Howard & Hans Cunningham Timothy Downs Frank Elmont Larry & Joy Esposito Sean Grant Lori Hague Alex Kau Andrew Kaufman Timothy Meritzis Peter Paine III Craig Phillips Jon Poeira Montvale Annandale Bogota Bergenfield Princeton Somerset Fort Lee Union Lakewood Pompton Plains Plainsboro Holmdel Plainsboro Titusville Holmdel Princeton Midland Park Pennington Z3 Z3 325ic M3 840i 535i Eileen Prudden Deep Ratan Eugene Russi Richard Salsberg Michael Scharf Sanjay Sen Willy Shu Theodore Simon Bill Sipos Matt Skobo Greg Strosser George Surgent Alland Sy D. Morgan Tracey Christine & Ed Trembicki-Guy Michiel Van Wessem Michael Vidal Ralph Vincelli Jordan Weinberger Allan Wysmuller Manasquan Somerset Bayonne Montvale East Brunswick Edison Edison West Orange Mine Hill Westfield Somerset Mahwah Wayne East Brunswick Dover Jackson Howell Union Middlesex Mendham 94 325is [ Robert Conway ] 95 MM525i 01 325i 97 328i 00 Z3 2.3A 01 330Ci 96 740iL 330xi 99 540i 99 323i 87 325es
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ber [eg: 328i, not 3-Series]. Some folks have sent in results from non-Bimmers, and this is fine. Most folks have been passing the so-called enhanced, or dynamometer, test with no problems. Most of the failures for Oxides of Nitrogen [NOx] have required new catalytic converters. Recent submitters of DMV test data are Bimmerphiles Doug Badaszewski, Anthony Caruso, John Csuri, Mark Derienzo, Lou Gubitosi, Paul Herink, Dave Hoerl, Dan Huttar,Tim Ivins, Mark Kelly, Jacqueline Macia, Bob Matthaei, Dave McIntyre, Art Neufeld, Vikram Palicherla, Elihu Savad, Walt Selva, Keith Silverman, Dario Valcarcel, Rick Venegas, and Dick Walter. Whew! I was not kidding when I said that the DMV topic is the most popular in the 15year history of Philes' Forum. Thanks, folks! Anyone wishing to contribute to Philes' Forum should contact me via the info on the masthead. I'm interested in tech tips, repair /maintenance questions and/or tips, dealer horror stories, product evaluations, etc. Please call before 8 PM, and if you leave a message, PLEASE INCLUDE A PHONE NUMBER WHERE I CAN REACH YOU ON WEEKDAYS DURING THE DAY. Also, please be patient, I try to return every phone call, but it sometimes takes a while. If you don't hear back from me within a few days, please call again. Alas, lately I haven't been able to respond to all of you. The best way to contact me is via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Copyright 2001, - V.M. Lucariello, PE
Results from the 4/29/01 Autocross
Class B Joe Peng Jason Hairston Walter Baliko Nicole Ferrant Class C Bruce Benney Gilbert Hofman William Iacobellis Rodolphe Poussot Eric Thies Jeffrey Smith Terence Elliott Nick Ferrant Class D Nafi Coker James Nagy Robert Steele Pete Revenidis Michael Vidal Paul Castellano Renata Melnitschenko Jeff Burgess David Schragger Dave Hopper Class E David Ngo Tom Fitzsimmons Elihu Savad Ricardo Venegas Ray Adam Bill Hung Mo Karamat Frank DiMatteo Brian Frank Joe Lee Frank Class F Mario Sousa Class X (non-BMW) Stephan Hourican Walter Lunsmann Michael Fennell Kent Price Alexander Nicolas Mathew Adams Daniel Churro Tom Revendis Christopher Mccomas Jacob Silverio Amalie Almendiras 318isa 325e 535i 320i 42.570 44.757 48.439 54.696
328i sport 41.839 323i 42.006 328ci 43.232 323i 43.323 328i 44.850 328i 44.962 323i 45.001 320is 46.909
325i 40.887 330cic 41.520 328i sport 41.780 323i 44.Z3 3.0 coupe 44.328ci 44.Z3 2.8 coupe 45.325is 45.325i 46.Z3.3.0 51.066
The April 29 autocross was as bright and sunny as the April 8 event was wet and miserable. We had 44 eager autocrossers, lots of novices, and everyone seemed to enjoy the challenging course, that had some fast parts as well as closely-defined corners. The next event is June 24 at Brookdale Community College in Lincroft. This is to be a joint event with the E30 M3 SIGfest weekend (a weekend-long picnic, concours and social event held by the BMW CCAs E30 M3 Special Interest Group. This event is by pre-registration, but if you haven't mailed in your registration by June 15, it may not arrive in time. Please call me to see if slots are open, as there may not be sign-up on site if we are full. Our next events after that are July 15 and July 29 at Fort Monmouth. Although these events are open, it would greatly simplify registration if you fill out and bring with you, or send by mail or electronically, a filled out form. Forms may be downloaded off the club website, and the mailing address is also there. - Elihu Savad
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38.530 39.109 40.268 41.052 41.674 43.039 44.024 44.757 45.098 49.711
1992 Sentra SE-R 1999 Audi A4 1.8T 1995 Lotus Espirit S4s 1995 Eagle Talon AWD 1997 Honda Accord 2000 Honda SJeep GC 2000 Mercury Cougar 1996 Honda Civic DX 2000 Honda Accord EX 1996 Honda Civic DX
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Directions to Brookdale CC Autocross Site
Take GSP to exit 109, onto Newman Springs Road West. Go about 2 miles, make a left onto Phalanx Road. Go about 1 mile, turn right into the Brookdale Community College campus. Take the 1st left, then a right into the autocross site (Lot Number 6). Note: Street muffling is required. The Brookdale campus is right next to Thompson Park.
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- Joe Murray Once upon a time a long, long time ago the New Jersey Chapter held it's first ever canoe trip down the Housatonic River in Connecticut. This fabulous trip followed a driving school at Lime Rock Park. Well, guess what? We are about to do it again! This year the chapter will again sponsor a canoe trip down the same river, but this time it will precede the driving school in June. On Sunday, June 3rd, a few lucky couples will be transported from the boat rental store in West Cornwall, CT upriver to begin a 3 hour journey down one of the most scenic rivers in New England. The trip will end at the Housatonic Meadows State Park, approximately 10 miles from the start. The skill level required is low, but first time canoeists will have an exciting time. Those who have had any experience will be pleased to find a good mix of flat water and mild white water. The real excitement is paddling under the covered bridge in West Cornwell, the closest thing to rapids on this section of the river. Canoes hold two people and cost $50 per day. Life vests and paddles are included with the rental, but participants should bring old sneakers or water shoes, sun tan lotion and hat, and possibly a sweat shirt. At the conclusion of the trip a van will pick us up at the Park and return us to the rental store, where the seasoned river runners will have a towel and dry shirt in their car. Since canoes must be reserved in advance, and since there are a limited number available, only the first 12 people who send in their full payment of $50 will have a space on this once (OK, second) in a lifetime trip. In the event of rain, no refunds will be given. However, the trip will be rescheduled to another day, most likely in conjunction with another Lime Rock Drivers School. Send you name, phone number, and a check made payable to BMWCCA/NJ to Joe Murray, PO Box 35, Rockaway, NJ 07866. You will be contacted when your space is confirmed.
Advanced Driving Days at Summit Point P
I have been asked to organize the NJ Chapter's first ever advanced drivers days. We are very excited about this new type of event and are currently soliciting applications. The event is being run in conjunction with instructor training on Monday and Tuesday July 23rd and 24th at Summit Point Raceway (note: if you are interested in instructor training, contact Blake Smith at email@example.com). There will be four 1.25 hour lapping sessions for advanced drivers only for a total of five hours of driving per day. The rest of the track time will be devoted to instructor instruction. There will be no instruction available for participants of the advanced driving portion of the event. The cost for the two days is $275 or $150 for a single day. There will be one of Mr. B's famous bbqs on Monday night. Applications are available at the calendar section of the web site (www.njbmwcca.org). You will need to have Adobe Acrobat reader to download the web version. You can request a fax or snail mail version from me (see the contact information below) but please do this only if you REALLY need to. This event is only open to drivers that have a documented history of advanced driving at Summit Point. Applicants' driving histories will be screened by the organizers of the event and their decision will be final. Some of the salient rules for participation include: 1) Drivers only, no passengers allowed. 2) Two drivers may share one car but they will have to pay a second entrance fee. 3) Participants are responsible for teching their own cars, no track side inspection will be provided. A signed and completed tech form is required to receive numbers. This is going to be a great chance to hone your driving skills and have a great time to boot. Come on out. For more information, contact: Fred Farber firstname.lastname@example.org (preferred) 207-781-0972 (eves & weekend) 93 Foreside Rd. / Falmouth, ME 04105
Spring Rallye Leads to Annual Picnic
Father's Day Celebrated in BMW CCA Style
Well folks, spring is fully upon us so summer can't be far behind. The New Jersey Chapter has already hosted one driving school in 2001, attempted to host a second, thwarted only by the fickle New England weather, and generally gotten the driving season off to a proper BMW CCA kind of start. So here's an idea; let's have a road rallye! This year's picnic crowd of Bimmer heads will once YOU'RE INVITED to join us at again enjoy the generosity and hospitality of members The NJ Chapter BMW CCA extraordinaire Dave and Peggy Finch. The Finches have ANNUAL CHAPTER PICNIC previously hosted chapter picnics on their Asbury, NJ farm Following the fabulous and have offered to do so again in '01. For those of you whose New Jersey geography is not absolutely complete, FATHER'S DAY RALLY Asbury in nowhere near any salt water or sandy ocean June 17, 2001 beaches. In fact it's darn near as far from the ocean as you 1:00PM - 5:00PM can get and still be in New Jersey, but what does this have The Finch Farm to do with a road rallye? Well, the picnic just sounded like 74 ButlerRoad the best possible place to end a rallye so that's what we're Asbury, NJ 08802 going to do-rallye to the picnic. Sounds like fun to me! Directions at www.njbmwcca.org The rallymaster for the '01 Spring Fling is long time *BBQ*FUN & GAMES*COOL CARS* member Neil Gambony who, along with his brother Alan, BYOB has promised a slightly different sort of competition. The RSVP by Saturday, June 9, 2001 rally will be a typical gimmick affair with a decidedly different flavor thanks to Neil and Alan's creative scoring structure. To Stephanie Mason The route will explore Hunterdon and Warren Counties over 1207 Pond Road its 50 or so mile length while taxing the competitors with Spring Lake Heights, NJ 07762 answers to as yet unknown questions. The brothers Email: email@example.com Gambony are particularly creative fellows, and this promisInclude check, names, address & tel number es to be a very interesting variation on our typical gimmick format. Following recent New Jersey Chapter tradition, the scoring will be in two classes: Team and Gang. Teams conName: __________________________________ sist of two or fewer contestants in a car and Gang is everyStreet: _________________________________ thing else. Only Teams compete for Champ Series points but everyone has fun. City: ______________ State: _____ Zip: _______ The date is Father's Day, June 17, 2001. The place is Automotive Tire & Service Center at 382 Rt. 22 West in Tel: ______________ Email: ________________ Whitehouse, NJ. The time is 0830 for registration with a driAdults: _______ X $15 ver's meeting around 0915 and 1st car off at promptly 0930. Unlike last fall's Whack Your Turkey, these directions are Under 17: _______ X $10 accurate: I-78 either East or West to exit 24. Follow Rt. 523 South to Rt. 22. Go East on Rt. 22 approximately Mile Under 10: _______ X FREE!!! and make a u-turn to find the start. The event will be limited to the first 50 cars so Neil has suggested making reserPrices will be slightly higher at the door. Please be vations. Pre-registration is not required but a reservation sure to register in advance for the picnic. It is much will hold your spot. For those attending the picnic (you are easier for the organizers and is always appreciated. attending the picnic aren't you?) the rallye fee is included in the picnic fee but the rallye reservation is NOT. You must either reserve a spot for the rallye or show up the morning of the event and hope for the best. If you would like to ralDRIVE THE RALLY IN THE MORNING lye without picnicking the fee is $20 per car. To make your ENJOY THE PICNIC IN THE AFTERNOON reservation, call Neil at (908) 735-0244, BEFORE 9:30 PM. OR BETTER YET, COME TO BOTH!!! If you call after 9:30 leave your number on Neil's machine and he'll call you the next morning when he gets up! Fathers get special treatment on June 17th so come join us for some Jeopardy! -Trip Lee, DEC
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1984 BMW 318i, White w/ brown interior, 2-door, auto, AM/FM/CD, sunroof, 136k miles. Runs fine. $1,000 firm. Call Ken 732-565-9304. (5/01) 1986 BMW 325es VIN: WBAAB5403G9684096 Bronzit/pearl, 5-speed, 2-door, sunroof, 92k miles, excellent condition inside and out, loaded, original paint, no accidents, cell phone. Synthetics in engine, transmission and diff. New timing belt and water pump. No winters or snow. Always garaged. Runs like new. 973-374-6576. (5/01) 1993 BMW 325i, Black/Black Leather, 5-Speed, OBC, Heated Seats, Fold Down Rear Seats, 6Disk Trunk CD, Limited Slip, 152K Miles, Oil changed every 3,000 miles, Full service records, Very clean - excellent condition inside and out. $12,000, Dave: 908-369-0007 firstname.lastname@example.org. (5/01) 1986 BMW 635csi VIN: WBAEC8401G0612284 Black/tan leather sport interior, auto, showroom condition inside and out, meticulously dealer maintained and oil changed every 3000 miles, garage kept, includes built-in radar detector and Clifford alarm/ignition kill, 117,000 plus miles. MUST SELL $9,000 or best offer. Josh 732-7767211, email@example.com. (5/01) 1997 BMW 528i (E39), 50.5k mi, Florida car since new, mint condition, Montreal Blue w/ tan interior, six CD changer, sunroof, new brakes. Move to NJ house forces sale. Asking $26k 732842-1398. (5/01) 1988 BMW M5, 180k excellent condition, well maintained, started as BMW Exec. car, Al Bossert car, purchased by Finch. $9,000. Call David Finch 908-387-8888. (5/01) 1996 BMW 318ti Sport VIN: WBACG7324TAS96165 Alaska Blue. 44K miles. 5 speed, traction control, NO sunroof, new Dunlop SP5000s, K&N filter. Synthetics in engine, trans and diff. Excellent condition. Always garaged. No smoke or track. Same interior and M package as 95 Club Sport. Asking $15,500 or BO. Don Andersen (w) 732-457-4860 (h) 732-940-8609 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org. (6/01) 1976 BMW 3.0si Black ext/blk int sunroof, auto trans (rebuilt), new shocks, radiator, brakes, exhaust system. 100k miles asking $10,500. 973-742-8393 (h) - 201-370-1588 (cell). (6/01) 1993 BMW 525i VIN: WBAHD5318PGB34877 85k miles, 5-speed, Dark Green, Parchmont leather, heated seats, sunroof, mats, cd w/10 disc changer, non-smoker, no accidents, routinely serviced, tires recently replaced, excellent condition. $11,900. Car in Conn. E-mail: email@example.com. (6/01) 1993 BMW 325i Automatic, original owner, Mobil 1 every 3K, Bilsteins, all records, Calypso Red, excellent condition, 83,000 miles. $12,500. Call Ross (973) 258-9700 days, (201) 947-0373 evenings. (6/01) 1985 BMW 535i 136k, 5 sp. Blue/blue leather, all features. Needs paint, NO RUST and does not smoke. Strong and good sound engine. $2700. My email is: firstname.lastname@example.org or ph. 908-2185097. (6/01) 1987 BMW 325is 5-spd, 162k miles but numerous new parts. Well sorted track car or fun daily driver. M3 springs, control arms, bushings, seats and 4.10 ltd slip. Performance sway bars, shocks, exhaust, cam. Jim Conforti chip, K&N filter. Custom welded 4-point roll bar with 5-point harnesses. Short shift kit. Aluminum pedal covers, signed by Ray Korman. Korman/Revis built and maintained. Redline/Mobile 1 fluids. ATE PowerDisk rotors, stainless steel brake lines. 15" street tires, 14" track tires with 90% of Khumos left. Front strut tower brace. Engine tie dn bar. ABS/AC/Cruise/PS/PB/PW/PL/PSun/OBC all work. Recent steering rack, front/rear wheel bearings, control arms. Easily hangs with E30 M3s for the cost. No accidents or rust. Car spent most of its life in NC. Recently moved to NJ and no time for track anymore. $8500 OBO. email@example.com. 973-441-5517. (6/01) 1994 BMW 325is Calypso/Tan Leather, 5 speed, on-board computer, traction control, new 17" M Contour wheels w/235/40 Yoko's, M3 front spoiler and side skirts, x-drilled Brembo rotors w/PBR brakes, steel lines, Turner chip, K&N cone, Alarm, 6 CD changer. All original BMW parts, Mobil 1 and Red Line fluids. 68k miles, mint, garaged, cover, bra, never seen snow, no track. Mature driver. $16,800 Rich 732-922-0807, firstname.lastname@example.org. (6/01) 1984 BMW 633csi Gray w/tan leather, 143k mi, new dunlaps, auto, power seats w/no tears, very nice cond. complete tool kit. Asking $4,700. Tim - 973-405-5166 or e-mail: email@example.com. (6/01) 1996 BMW 318i 4 dr. black with tan interior. Only 36,000 miles. Exceptional Condition. Garage kept. 5-speed, A/C, PS, PB, Pwr Side Mirrors, Traction Control, AM/FM-Cassette, Sunroof W/Wind Deflector, Pwr Windows, Pwr Door Locks, BMW Floor mats, BMW Front End Mask, Retractable Center ArmRest, 16 inch BMW Aluminum Wheels. $17,000. Call Robert 908227-0789 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. (6/01)
E30 Performance parts for sale, Raceware head studs - $150; stainless brake lines - $50; aluminum flywheel for ETA engine - $400; 4:10 LS differential from an 325ix - $400 (no shipping); M&R 5-point harness, long H-type, eye bolts included - $100. Gene Ritacco 860-274-7770 - no answering machine. (6/01) Wheels / Tires For Sale, 1999 E38 take-offs, 16x8 OE alloy wheels (not 'Sport'), 235/60-16H Michelin MXV4 Energy tires. Used 19,400 miles. Very clean, no cuts, bruises, curb rubs, blisters or repairs. Tires have 8/32" remaining tread (10/32 new). Wear is very even, wheels run true. Lug cover caps included. $850 (+shipping). Dan 908-359-7483. (6/01) CD Player - 1997 M3, 6 disc trunk mounted changer, protective cover and mounting bracket included. 2 years old - asking $300. Michael: 908-755-5200. (6/01) E36 M Wheels, 4 7.5x17 factory M Wheels with Pirelli P7 tires mounted. Less than 200 miles on set. $1000/BO Dan 908-233-0870 or e-mail at email@example.com. (6/01) Yokohama Guardex Snow tires, Set of 4 15" mounted on steel wheels, used for two seasons on 328i (1997). They are worn, but still have some tread. If you pick them up at my house in Randolph, NJ, they are FREE. firstname.lastname@example.org. (6/01) E28/24 Parts galore, differential, engine, interior/exterior, etc. any reasonable offer please call Tim - 973-2579490 or e-mail: email@example.com. (6/01) BMW Factory windscreen for E36 Convertibles with pouch/cover $250 OBO. You can't believe the difference with the windscreen in. Todd Ellentuck. firstname.lastname@example.org. Days 800-526-7485 Eves 973-989-0225. (6/01)
Parts or Cars Wanted:
'93-'95 525iT, please call Tim @ 973-405-5166 or email: email@example.com. (6/01)
Other Cars For Sale:
1985 Porsche 911 Carrera Targa, Prussian Blue, 57k miles. Pampered car with $30K+ in professional mods. Intercooled Paxton supercharger, Tri-Flo headers, 964 cams, aluminum sport clutch, Quaife, Charlie bars, much more. Excellent condition. Needs nothing, no track, asking $30,000. Rich Feldheim, 973-660-5028 (d) firstname.lastname@example.org. (5/01) 1985 Mercedes Benz 500 SEL, only 78.5k miles, original immaculate condition, Diamond Blue, Navy leather. All services done - needs nothing, flagship Mercedes with heated front and rear seats, power front and rear seats, airbag, abs and all other options you would expect. Always indoors, not used in winter. Estate Sale, $10,000. Contact Roger 201-934-9867 or e-mail email@example.com. (5/01) 1983 VW RABBIT GTI Silver over blue. 246K highway miles. 5 speed, working a/c, blaupunkt am/fm/cassette, NO sunroof, new Yokohama 352s. Interior excellent, exterior good, never hit, minor rust, must see to appreciate. Original owner. Stored in garage for last 4 years. Asking $850 or BO. Don Andersen (w) 732-457-4860 (h) 732-940-8609 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org. (6/01) To Place a Classified Ad: Any current BMW CCA member may place a non-com-mercial classified in The New Jersey Bulletin. There is no charge. Send legible copy of reasonable length to Classifieds Editor Chet Marfatia (street and email addresses listed on the masthead). Please include a dollar amount for automobiles or automobile parts listed. Classifieds will run for two issues unless renewed or canceled.
Monday, July 2 Application period for the August Summit Point 2-day driver school opens for NJ Chapter members. Non-members can apply starting July 3. Application available on the website, or in the May Bulletin. Monday, July 9 Application period for the September Lime Rock driver school opens for NJ Chapter members. Non-members can apply starting July 10. Application available on the website, or in the May Bulletin. Sunday, July 15 Autocross at the Fort Monmouth site. Directions and registration information on the website. Contact a member of the autocross committee with any questions. This is a lot of fun! Monday-Tuesday, July 23-24 Instructor Training and Advanced Driver Lapping days at Summit Point. Instructor training by appointment only. Only skilled, advanced drivers will be admitted to the lapping portion of the days (no instruction will be available). Application is available on the website. Sunday, July 29 Autocross at the Fort Monmouth site. Directions and registration information on the website. Contact a member of the autocross committee with any questions. This is a lot of fun!
Sunday, August 26 Autocross at the Fort Monmouth site. Directions and registration information on the website. Contact a member of the autocross committee with any questions. This is a lot of fun! Monday-Tuesday, August 27-28 Two-day driving school and club race at Summit Point. Application period opens July 2 for chapter members, July 3 for non-NJ Chapter members. Spend an exciting two days learning how to drive your car better on the world-famous Summit Point circuit, and enjoy watching the exciting club racing action between sessions. Application is available on the website.
NJ Chapter Online: http://www.njbmwcca.org Hotline: 908-322-2758
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