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Posted by Jon Lewis on April 14, 2000 at 10:56:20:

In Reply to: e30 M3 shop manual posted by rggm3 on April 13, 2000 at 12:06:51:

... or maybe your particular project. The factory manual (manualS actually if you can get the updates) is probably the most comprehensive. It is also the largest, heaviest, most rare and most expensive.

The Bentley manual covers the entire e30 line and is a good source for those things which all cars have in common: brakes, a/c, sunroof, transmission, etc. Its details on the specifics of the s14 engine are a little thin for most however.

The Koala Motorsports CD is a great idea. I've heard nothing but good things about it but I don't have it.

I'd definitely get the Bentley manual. Koala's product would be a great add'l reference. Then, if you really get into detailed work, you'll want to try and track down the factory manual, or a copy thereof.

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