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all you need to know about the Boss 302
Depending on your goals, you may want to keep the OEM front subframe, that would allow you to run some "stock" class timed events, if that is not an issue, there are plenty of good aftermarket products around. The Boss 302 Laguna Seca was designed with the BMW in it's sights. It is a hugely capable car in competition, winning races 5 years after it's introduction, until forcibly legislated out of the series. There are plenty examples of that car, using relatively stock components available, so don't go nuts on the mods, it's just not necessary. The only weak part on that car is the MT82 trans, and possibly the clutch, an Exedy Hyper Single will fix that, the trans is a bit more involved, Mad Hatter has a lot of insight on what works there, and he beats his car in competition regularly.
Someplace on this site, you will find a list of modifications allowed in both Pirelli and IMSA competition, (the list is actually very small), stay away from the coil overs as the good ones are extremely expensive. I wish more guys would use the competition guides as their resource, because those cars flew.
Your car is a jet, you're gonna make a lot of foreign (to us) car guys mad.
One last thing, no matter what anybody tells you, don't ever put a watts link on it.
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