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Description: UUC - BMW - Delrin Carrier Bushings - OVAL style - Discount Shipping - You can eliminate the 25 degrees of carrier rotation (side-to-side movement of the aluminum shifter carrier) with our precision CNC'd UUC Motorwerks Delrin Carrier Bushings. These precision machined bushings replace the original flimsy rubber bushing (which degrades over time) at the front of the aluminum carrier. We have tried harder rubber and urathane but found them to be substandard and continued to allow the carrier to flex. Because of the tight tolerances of a computer controlled milling machine, tolerances can be held to 0.001" (about the width of a human hair) to ensure a perfect fit. We use only high quality, medical grade, teflon impregnated, heat resistant delrin for our bushings. Sure, it's more expensive and overkill, but to us, using only the best makes the best product. Installation requires the removal of the carrier. This product can be used with any shifter, original equipment or aftermarket.
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Description: Double Shear Selector Rod This part fits: 2001-2006 M3 6-speed The goal. While producing a "short" shifter, our more important goal in improving the BMW shifter assembly is to increase the precision and smoothness of the overall operation. The problem. One significant wear area that has never been addressed previously is the wear and ovalization of the linkage connection points at the transmission and the shifter's lower pivot. In the original BMW design, the connection at both ends has a large injection-molded plastic bushing. We already know how badly plastic wears in an automotive application, and these areas are not an exception. The design of the selector rod has a pin at 90° to the main rod, which exerts a tremendous amount of leveraged force on the selector joint bushing from one side (known as a single shear force). The result is a steady deformation of the bushing, resulting in looseness and slop in the entire mechanism. The looseness and slop are magnified by the leverage-multiplication effect of the shift lever itself. The result is an in-gear shifter "free play" of 3/4" and up to 1" in either direction, over 35mm total. The cure. A temporary fix is to simply replace the selector joint. Unfortunately, this is only a temporary fix as the new joint's bushing will exhibit the same rapid deformation. To permanently fix this, a change in the fundamental design of the pivot is required, changing the assembly to a double shear system with the UUC Double Shear Selector Rod (DSSR). The DSSR redistributes the torsional forces from the pin/bushing interface to the complete face area on both sides of the selector joint. By taking advantage of the strength of steel in the DSSR and the body of the joint, the problem of deformation is eliminated and the movement of the selector rod correlates directly to movement of the selector joint - the only "free play" movement remaining in the shifter assembly is from within the transmission itself. In-gear "free play" is reduced to approximately 10mm total when used with a UUC EVO3 shifter. The original BMW shifter and all other aftermarket shifters (except UUC which uses deformation-free bearings) contain a plastic bushing similar to the selector joint, and the exact same wear and ovalization causes those shifters to get sloppy. The DSSR permanently fixes these shifters also. The DSSR is compatible with all brand shifters, whether original BMW or other-brand aftermarket. When used with the original BMW shifter or other aftermarket shifters, the amount of "free play" will be greatly reduced but varies by shifter (flexation of the shifter shaft contributes to the total "free play" travel). No other solutions. While there are other replacement selector rods sold in the aftermarket (including "no tolerance" brass and "heavy" selector rods), none of them will get rid of the slop and "free play" in the BMW shifter assembly. These alternate products are not actually improving the shift feel at all, but are simply rods with alternate geometry (either bent or twisted), an accommodation to make the "universal fit" aftermarket shifters fit properly. These other aftermarket shifters, even with their "heavy" selector rods, will still be as sloppy as the original BMW shifters they are replacing. While the throw may be shorter, the precision of the assembly is no better than a new BMW part, and will develop the same slop within a few thousand miles.
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Description:     Double Shear Selector Rod This part fits: 1996-1999 M3 Evolution 6-speed or any E36 3-series retrofitted with Evolution 6-speed or E46 M3 6-speed transmission. The goal. While producing a "short" shifter, our more important goal in improving the BMW shifter assembly is to increase the precision and smoothness of the overall operation. The problem. One significant wear area that has never been addressed previously is the wear and ovalization of the linkage connection points at the transmission and the shifter's lower pivot. In the original BMW design, the connection at both ends has a large injection-molded plastic bushing. We already know how badly plastic wears in an automotive application, and these areas are not an exception. The design of the selector rod has a pin at 90° to the main rod, which exerts a tremendous amount of leveraged force on the selector joint bushing from one side (known as a single shear force). The result is a steady deformation of the bushing, resulting in looseness and slop in the entire mechanism. The looseness and slop are magnified by the leverage-multiplication effect of the shift lever itself. The result is an in-gear shifter "free play" of 3/4" and up to 1" in either direction, over 35mm total. The cure. A temporary fix is to simply replace the selector joint. Unfortunately, this is only a temporary fix as the new joint's bushing will exhibit the same rapid deformation. To permanently fix this, a change in the fundamental design of the pivot is required, changing the assembly to a double shear system with the UUC Double Shear Selector Rod (DSSR). The DSSR redistributes the torsional forces from the pin/bushing interface to the complete face area on both sides of the selector joint. By taking advantage of the strength of steel in the DSSR and the body of the joint, the problem of deformation is eliminated and the movement of the selector rod correlates directly to movement of the selector joint - the only "free play" movement remaining in the shifter assembly is from within the transmission itself. In-gear "free play" is reduced to approximately 10mm total when used with a UUC EVO3 shifter. The original BMW shifter and all other aftermarket shifters (except UUC which uses deformation-free bearings) contain a plastic bushing similar to the selector joint, and the exact same wear and ovalization causes those shifters to get sloppy. The DSSR permanently fixes these shifters also. The DSSR is compatible with all brand shifters, whether original BMW or other-brand aftermarket. When used with the original BMW shifter or other aftermarket shifters, the amount of "free play" will be greatly reduced but varies by shifter (flexation of the shifter shaft contributes to the total "free play" travel). No other solutions. While there are other replacement selector rods sold in the aftermarket (including "no tolerance" brass and "heavy" selector rods), none of them will get rid of the slop and "free play" in the BMW shifter assembly. These alternate products are not actually improving the shift feel at all, but are simply rods with alternate geometry (either bent or twisted), an accommodation to make the "universal fit" aftermarket shifters fit properly. These other aftermarket shifters, even with their "heavy" selector rods, will still be as sloppy as the original BMW shifters they are replacing. While the throw may be shorter, the precision of the assembly is no better than a new BMW part, and will develop the same slop within a few thousand miles.  
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Description: The perfect way to enhance the interior of your BMW! Added pedal control with these UUC Motorwerks aluminum pedals with gripping surface and extended gas pedal for heel-toe shifting. Includes mounting hardware. This part number fits manual transmission vehicles only and includes dead pedal (4 pedal set).
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Description: You can eliminate the 25 degrees of carrier rotation (side-to-side movement of the aluminum shifter carrier) with our precision CNC'd UUC Motorwerks Delrin Carrier Bushings. These precision machined bushings replace the original flimsy rubber bushing (which degrades over time) at the front of the aluminum carrier. We have tried harder rubber and urathane but found them to be substandard and continued to allow the carrier to flex. Because of the tight tolerances of a computer controlled milling machine, tolerances can be held to 0.001" (about the width of a human hair) to ensure a perfect fit. We use only high quality, medical grade, teflon impregnated, heat resistant delrin for our bushings. Sure, it's more expensive and overkill, but to us, using only the best makes the best product. Installation requires the removal of the carrier.
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Description: Fits all 2005-1982 3-series (E46, E36, E30), all 2006-1989 5-series (E60, E39, E34), all Z3, Z4, and other models.Got a BMW with a squeaky clutch pedal arm driving you insane? Is it also sloppy, and slipping to the side?Quite simply, it is well-known that BMW's original clutch arm bushings are the culprit for these annoying problems. You can lubricate, replace, curse, even murmur obscure voodoo prayers - but none of that will work.The Solution:By simply replacing the stock bushings with the UUC Motorwerks Clutch Arm Bushings (made from self-lubricating UHMW*) you can permanently get rid of that annoying squeak and the side-slop.$20 per set is an inexpensive way to keep your sanity.* UHMW possesses a unique combination of physical and mechanical properties which enable it to perform well under the most rigorous conditions of wear and environment. It has the highest known impact strength of any thermoplastic presently made, plus high resistance to abrasion against a wide variety of metals. These properties make UHMW an exceptional material for industrial impact, wear and sliding operations.
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Description: The Ultimate Chromoly Adjustable Rear Control Arms Fits 1992-2005 318, 323, 325, 328, M3 (E36, E46) and 2003+ Z4 (does not fit 318Ti & Z3) $349/pair Why use adjustable rear control arms? With a lowered car (either for street or track use), the non-adjustable original arms cause unwanted negative camber - the tops of the rear tires angle in too much, causing uneven tire wear and unwanted effects on handling. The adjustable rear control arm corrects this problem and can be tuned for any lowering, whether a street car ro a full-on race car through a +1.0? to -3.0? range. Co-developed with OE-supplier SPC Performance, the combination of OE engineering and UUC's enhancements make these arms truly "ultimate". With so many alternate choices, why UUC? Our custom-made proprietary design resolves many of the issues with other brands: Aluminum center rods are known to bend and fail under extreme use or after extended use (build-up of strain/weakening). Failure of a suspension part that keeps the wheel in place can be quite dangerous. UUC's chromoly center rods are the strongest in the world, virtually unbreakable in this application. The wrench-fixing point of UUC's chromoly arm will not "round off" like the fixing point of aluminum arms. UUC's original-style bushing is silent, and does not have the squeaks and rattles associated with the use of heim joints or spherical bearings. The combination of aluminum ends and chromoly steel center bar results in a reasonable weight, a balanced combination of mass and strength. UUC's stress-relieved aluminum cleavis end is not only very strong, but is also much more precise in fitment than stamped-steel alternatives. Construction details:Center bar: plated 4130 chromoly steel. End components: CNC-machined anodized aluminum for lightness, stress-relieved for strength and durability. Inboard bushing: high-durometer squeak-free rubber. All hardware included. Installation instructions: (Professional installation recommended. Alignment is necessary for correct camber adjustment.) 1. Before beginning any alignment always check for loose or worn parts, tire pressure and odd tire wear patterns. Determine amount of rear camber needed. Raise rear of vehicle and support body on jack stands. 2. Remove the inner and outer rear lower control arm mounting bolts and remove the arm from the vehicle. Note: It may be necessary to lower the rear member to fully remove the inner bolt. 3. Install the chromoly adjustable arm using the OE bolt on the inboard side and the new supplied bolt on the outboard side. Lower the vehicle and torque both bolts to manufacturer's specifications. Note: Tightening the bolts with the vehicle in the raised position may cause premature bushing wear due to preloading the bushings. 4. Adjust camber by loosening jam nuts and turning the center piece to desired camber specification. Note: The maximum length of the arm is reached when the flat on the end of the center adjusting rod is visible. Do NOT lengthen the arm beyond this point. 5. Tighten the jam nuts, set rear toe to specifications, complete alignment and road test the vehicle.
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Description: The perfect way to enhance the interior of your BMW! Added pedal control with these UUC Motorwerks aluminum pedals with gripping surface and extended gas pedal for heel-toe shifting. Includes mounting hardware. This part number fits manual transmission vehicles only.
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Description: UUC - BMW Big Boy Clutch Stop V3.0 - Discount Shipping - The advent of an adjustable clutch stop lets the driver specifically set the ideal point of reference where the clutch pedal stops just after the clutch mechanism disengages. Therefore, once set properly, the gas pedal may be applied immediately after the clutch pedal is released.This lets the driver shift with one less item to worry about, actually forcing them to become smoother. The clutch stop works on many BMWs (including the new E46 modelswith slight modification to the clutch-sensor switch). V3.0 - 3/9/05
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Description: RRT offers the BMW market the Ultimate Wheel Stud. Many lower cost, high-strength bolts and studs are made from inferior steel that fails suddenly when heavily loaded. This is typical of brittle metals that claim ultra-high strength while offering poor toughness and resilience. This results in wheel studs that literally snap in two while cornering hard or when accidentally overtorqued. To avoid the problems with lower quality hardware, RRT worked closely with the one of the top manufacturers of fasteners in the USA to engineer a wheel stud that is not only ultra-high strength but also very tough and resistant to fatigue failure. RRT’s Ultimate Wheel Studs will not fail suddenly if overloaded or overtorqued and will remain strong over years of track and racing use. Additionally, the Ultimate Wheel Stud features a zinc plating to virtually eliminate rust, an unthreaded shank to prevent cross-threading the lug nut, and an Allen head for easy installation. These studs can be used with up to a 20mm spacer. Why risk your safety and valuable racecar with studs that can bend or fail?
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