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      04-15-2012, 06:10 PM   #1
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Fully Polished and Waxed 2011 e93 m-sport

first the pictures: (not the best lighting....early evening)




Washed
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Polished with SIP - using PC RO
Buffed with Zaino ZPC - using PC RO
Waxed with Zaino Z-2 Pro
Wiped with Zaino Z6

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Beautiful car. Needs black grilles and color-matched reflectors of course.. but beautiful.
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Beautiful car. Needs black grilles and color-matched reflectors of course.. but beautiful.
Thanks for the compliments

I wondered what black grilles would look like....uncertain.

question on the color matched reflectors...they basically eliminate the function of reflectors, correct?

I really want a carbon rear diffuser.

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Thanks for the compliments

I wondered what black grilles would look like....uncertain.

question on the color matched reflectors...they basically eliminate the function of reflectors, correct?

I really want a carbon rear diffuser.
Black grilles always look better than the hokey plastic chrome stock pieces. They go nicely with SG.

Color matched reflectors do eliminate the "function" of reflectors, which is to say, they eliminate the pointless, ugly, USA-only orange color. If someone is looking at your car at night, they will surely see your low beams, high beams, AEs, fog lights, tail lights, and/or side markers before they see your reflectors. They are ugly and must die.

Carbon rear diffuser is always a good idea. I bought an eBay rep for both my previous '11 335i and current '11 135i and for around $300 shipped it is money very well spent.

Good luck and enjoy!
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care to share the Ebay member/store that you got a good deal and good quality?
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Eh I just browsed the listings and chose those with good feedback in general. Very pleased with the quality and fitment that I got.
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