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      04-21-2008, 05:36 AM   #67
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Hey Chris - you made his day. He is probably posting his 335i win on the VW forums right now
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      04-21-2008, 05:41 AM   #68
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Hey Chris - you made his day. He is probably posting his 335i win on the VW forums right now
I just want to see this guys face when he goes up against another 335 with confidence that he can beat them.

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      04-21-2008, 09:04 PM   #69
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OZ!MSport does the normal e92 have popup headlight washers or do you not have the bixenon lights?
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OZ!MSport does the normal e92 have popup headlight washers or do you not have the bixenon lights?
All standard on the 335
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      04-21-2008, 09:10 PM   #71
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So that means they all have bi-xenons?
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And all have popup washers or no washers?
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      04-21-2008, 09:34 PM   #73
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Don't know about other models but the E92 335 has pop up washers and bi-xenons.
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Gotcha. I was just a bit confused, the M's washers are permanently out in the breeze.
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      04-21-2008, 10:53 PM   #75
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Don't know about other models but the E92 335 has pop up washers and bi-xenons.
I think it is standard for e93 325i either.
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Don't know about other models but the E92 335 has pop up washers and bi-xenons.
I think this means then, that only cars with bi-xenons have the pop up washers...
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I think this means then, that only cars with bi-xenons have the pop up washers...
Except for me.
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      04-22-2008, 02:19 AM   #78
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Wait I am confused Tom... Do you have Bi-xenons, or do you have the pop up washers?
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I have bi-xenons, I have washers but they dont do any popping.
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I have bi-xenons, I have washers but they dont do any popping.
The E92 M3 doesn't have pop ups as they weigh more than having them permanently there (due to the little motors required to pop them up), hence to adhere to the principals of the M3 permanent washers were preferred. Smart move in my book.
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The E92 M3 doesn't have pop ups as they weigh more than having them permanently there (due to the little motors required to pop them up), hence to adhere to the principals of the M3 permanent washers were preferred. Smart move in my book.
Well they could have continued that philosophy elsewhere and removed these stupid things !!!!!

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      04-22-2008, 03:03 AM   #82
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Actually I like mine. They serve me coffee and give me a back rub once in a while








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Well they could have continued that philosophy elsewhere and removed these stupid things !!!!!

Lol, they had to put the seat belt passers in because the CLK has had them for 5years...
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The E92 M3 doesn't have pop ups as they weigh more than having them permanently there (due to the little motors required to pop them up), hence to adhere to the principals of the M3 permanent washers were preferred. Smart move in my book.
ZOMG track heroes can go faster without those 2 extra grams! woot woot

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Well they could have continued that philosophy elsewhere and removed these stupid things !!!!!

I really hate those things... They looks like a retarded robots arm, which seems to be always breaking down...

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Lol, they had to put the seat belt passers in because the CLK has had them for 5years...
But you usually only see 55 yr old + men driving those, or ditsy 30 something yr old women... They don't really car, so long as the car has a tri pointed badge on it!
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ZOMG track heroes can go faster without those 2 extra grams! woot woot
I really hate those things... They looks like a retarded robots arm, which seems to be always breaking down...
I wish I even had cupholders...
But you usually only see 55 yr old + men driving those, or ditsy 30 something yr old women... They don't really car, so long as the car has a tri pointed badge on it!
Lol, you would be surprised how much those little motors can weigh, for example the motor in your door for the electric windows weighs in the region of 10kgs a pop!
As for cup holders, i dont want them, nobody drinks in my car and i don't do maccas drive through, so i'll never need em.
As for the seatbelt presenters, i couldn't really give 2 s***s.
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Lol, you would be surprised how much those little motors can weigh, for example the motor in your door for the electric windows weighs in the region of 10kgs a pop!
As for cup holders, i dont want them, nobody drinks in my car and i don't do maccas drive through, so i'll never need em.
As for the seatbelt presenters, i couldn't really give 2 s***s.
My car is a vert, no need to talk about weight there lol cos it is already heavier then the coupe version

I always say I never drink in my car, but just the other morning I found myself driving to uni with a mug of coffee in my lap lol, no cup holders!
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I knew there would be a reason to post that video again, one day.
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The E92 M3 doesn't have pop ups as they weigh more than having them permanently there (due to the little motors required to pop them up), hence to adhere to the principals of the M3 permanent washers were preferred. Smart move in my book.
I think the M3 is sans pop-up washers because of space rather than weight. The engines air intake runs up behind the pasenger side bumper and I think the bumper is a little shallower than the 335. This (the air intake) is the reason there are no front fog lights on the M3.
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