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      05-13-2018, 07:26 AM   #815
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Nothing much new for the e36. Just that I found a not bad condition interior to replace my ripped seats with in cream leather
wtf they're brand new actually. good find
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      05-14-2018, 05:08 AM   #816
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wtf they're brand new actually. good find
They look really good in the pic but there are some marks on them i still need to get rid of but yeah, compared to having ripped seats these are way better. Got lucky with these
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They look really good in the pic but there are some marks on them i still need to get rid of but yeah, compared to having ripped seats these are way better. Got lucky with these
Thanks for picking up the switch mate
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Speaking of which does anyone know what reupholstering would cost ? It’s tough to find good drivers seats
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They look really good in the pic but there are some marks on them i still need to get rid of but yeah, compared to having ripped seats these are way better. Got lucky with these
Thanks for picking up the switch mate
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Speaking of which does anyone know what reupholstering would cost ? It's tough to find good drivers seats
I was quoted $1600 for just my front seats to get re-upholstered
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Speaking of which does anyone know what reupholstering would cost ? It's tough to find good drivers seats
I was quoted $1600 for just my front seats to get re-upholstered
1600?
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Got this for a decent price yesterday and just fitted it using whatever left over bmw screws I could find till I get new ones. Top covers are scratched to shit and the drivers side has a broken mount so I will either replace both top covers or just get them re painted and deal with the broken one. It still sits ok just doesn't go all the way down at the front. I am also getting new filters for them as well as I am doing an order from fcp tonight along with the screws and new hood vent trims
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      05-24-2018, 11:26 PM   #823
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M3 cowl

Got this for a decent price yesterday and just fitted it using whatever left over bmw screws I could find till I get new ones. Top covers are scratched to shit and the drivers side has a broken mount so I will either replace both top covers or just get them re painted and deal with the broken one. It still sits ok just doesn't go all the way down at the front. I am also getting new filters for them as well as I am doing an order from fcp tonight along with the screws and new hood vent trims
Buy the filters from amazon usa (a few years ago they were much cheaper than FCP)

Do what Vince done and sand covers back and respray the cowlings with plastic paint (SCA sell plastic paint in satin black)
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Is fcpeuro as expensive as ecstuning when it comes to postage or very well priced?? Never tried them..
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      05-25-2018, 05:49 AM   #826
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That engine cover is so dope btw
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      05-25-2018, 07:25 AM   #827
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M3 cowl

Got this for a decent price yesterday and just fitted it using whatever left over bmw screws I could find till I get new ones. Top covers are scratched to shit and the drivers side has a broken mount so I will either replace both top covers or just get them re painted and deal with the broken one. It still sits ok just doesn't go all the way down at the front. I am also getting new filters for them as well as I am doing an order from fcp tonight along with the screws and new hood vent trims
Buy the filters from amazon usa (a few years ago they were much cheaper than FCP)

Do what Vince done and sand covers back and respray the cowlings with plastic paint (SCA sell plastic paint in satin black)
Have the filters in my cart on fcp. Only like $55usd for the mann filters so not that bad. Also yeah I'll just do it myself. Checked prices for the covers new and they around 160-200usd each. How did you guys get them so cheap before
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Is fcpeuro as expensive as ecstuning when it comes to postage or very well priced?? Never tried them..
I haven't used ecs at all because their shipping is way too much but they have soo much shit I want I might use them next time I need something. But yeah fcp is too good. shipping prices are reasonable and never more than 10days to get delivered once its shipped
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Thanks bruh
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My genuine vents came. One of the old ones flew off while driving so I ordered new genuine vents and trims. I got the trims painted in gloss black this time instead of matte black.

I also have a combox waiting to install, just waiting for the connectors to arrive.

I have also finally bit the bullet on an AFE momentum gt intake after drooling over it for 2 years. So I can't wait till that arrives
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Hey NeT335 do have any issues with scrubbing with those offsets?
The thing looks on point fitment wise just wondering if i could live with it day to day ...
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Hey NeT335 do have any issues with scrubbing with those offsets?
The thing looks on point fitment wise just wondering if i could live with it day to day ...
Nah no scrubbing. I have 2 degrees negative camber all round so that is probably why I'm ok
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aFe Momentum GT

Fcuking nightmare to install as the filter kept going all the way into the airbox and also the rear vtt inlet was too short and had to get my wife to tighten the clamp while I hold the inlet in. Not sure but I'm hoping i didn't pull the inlet too out that it has popped off from the other side but we will find out tomorrow if i get 30ff
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Fcuking nightmare to install as the filter kept going all the way into the airbox and also the rear vtt inlet was too short and had to get my wife to tighten the clamp while I hold the inlet in. Not sure but I'm hoping i didn't pull the inlet too out that it has popped off from the other side but we will find out tomorrow if i get 30ff
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Fcuking nightmare to install as the filter kept going all the way into the airbox and also the rear vtt inlet was too short and had to get my wife to tighten the clamp while I hold the inlet in. Not sure but I'm hoping i didn't pull the inlet too out that it has popped off from the other side but we will find out tomorrow if i get 30ff
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