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    orientblue_e46

    Saving wrecked 04 Imola zhp!

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    orientblue_e46 Today, 07:40 PM Go to last post
    RPM ZHP

    Rear inner fender rough?

    Nope. That's grime from snowy commute this week. The paint underneath looks original. Funny thing is that the somewhat jagged notch is identical on both

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    MsRN

    Resurrecting the Rocket

    Congratulations to you and kpro! I’ve apparently missed a lot of good things since I’ve been away from the forum. Our only child just turned eleven.

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    Oli77

    Rear inner fender rough?

    Same here, my car has original paint color in that area, although dirty.
    That clear 2-tone demarcation all the way through the skirt on yours sure

    Oli77 Today, 05:56 PM Go to last post
    BMWCurves

    Rear inner fender rough?

    I'll check my car tonight, but I'm pretty sure mine has paint there, if still covered in a thick layer of dirt.

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    Sockethead

    Resurrecting the Rocket

    Ugh I dread doing that to my car! I have a TS2 as well, it needs a clutch so I guess I'll find out soon enough.
    What did the smoke in the cabin

    Sockethead Today, 04:20 PM Go to last post
    MsRN

    Resurrecting the Rocket

    Sockethead—thanks for the suggestions; given the proximity of the O2 sensors to red-hot cats, that’s a distinct possibility. Exhaust seemed to be flowing

    MsRN Today, 03:33 PM Go to last post
    RPM ZHP

    Rear inner fender rough?

    49 views and not a single comment.

    Huh.

    RPM ZHP Today, 02:50 PM Go to last post
    Sockethead

    Resurrecting the Rocket

    The only other wires that I can think of that are in that area are the secondary O2 sensor wires... perhaps something melted back there.
    I know

    Sockethead Today, 11:31 AM Go to last post
    slater

    Parting Out: 2005 330Ci ZHP 6-speed

    cool, will do! rain sensor should not be a problem either, assuming i can remove it nicely.

    slater Today, 11:30 AM Go to last post
    illirep

    Carbon strut bar and new gruppe m intake

    Meant to note that price was dropped to $550


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    illirep Today, 11:01 AM Go to last post
    MsRN

    Resurrecting the Rocket

    Thanks, Slater!

    Thanks for your suggestion; the starter seems the right place to, erm, start. Hopefully that's it.

    I DO have

    MsRN Today, 10:47 AM Go to last post
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    ZHPMafia.com is a BMW E46 330 ZHP forum geared toward owners and enthusiasts of the BMW 330 ZHP. While the site says ZHPMafia.com -- which means that many of us are here because of the ZHP option package found on the E46 BMW -- we are an inclusive group. Thus, while the site’s primary focus is on the BMW 330 ZHP performance package, our members are interested, first and foremost, in all things BMW.
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    Question: When did the BMW 330 ZHP first debut?
    Answer: The BMW 330 ZHP, which was created by BMW Individual (a division of BMW’s M performance division), debuted at the Los Angeles International auto show on January 2, 2003. Production was scheduled for March with the first ZHP-equipped 330s hitting showrooms in April.

    Picture from the 2003 LA Auto Show:



    Question: How much did the ZHP package cost?
    Answer: $3900.




    Question: What transmissions were available for the BMW 330 ZHP?
    Answer: The 2003 model was only available in a 6-speed (Getrag) manual transmission (GS6-37BZ, part number 23007532498). From 2004 to 2006, the ZHP was available in a 6-speed manual transmission and automatic transmission.


    Question: Was the ZHP ever available in SMG?
    Answer: No. We've discussed that issue here and here.


    Question: Was the BMW 330 ZHP available outside of the E46 platform?
    Answer: No. The 330 ZHP was only available for the E46. It was not available, for example, on the E90 330, which debuted during the summer of 2005.


    Question: What is the ZHP's horsepower?
    Answer: It is 235 HP at 5900 RPM, which is 10 HP more than the standard BMW 330.


    Question: What about torque?
    Answer: The ZHP puts down 222 lb-ft of torque at 3500 RPM, which is 8 lb-ft torque more than the standard BMW E46 330.


    Question: What is the redline for the BMW ZHP?
    Answer: It is 6800 RPM, which is 300 RPM more than the standard BMW E46 330.

    Non-ZHP instrument cluster (white needles ...