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      Yesterday, 07:55 PM   #11463
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I couldn't fit all the photos on the last post, but I also installed a yellow start/stop button from IND, their "Limited Edition" trim ring, and I enabled the rear fog lights
Wow. Hex trim. That's pretty rare on a 335. You are lucky! The trim ring is what is standard on a pre-LCI though.
The metal ring also comes on the e92 and e93 I think. I replaced mine with a red button few months back but it looks terrible because it peeled around it so I've been looking to buy the better looking button just haven't pulled the trigger yet. I also have the hex trim in my 335 didn't know it was rare.
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I couldn't fit all the photos on the last post, but I also installed a yellow start/stop button from IND, their "Limited Edition" trim ring, and I enabled the rear fog lights
Wow. Hex trim. That's pretty rare on a 335. You are lucky! The trim ring is what is standard on a pre-LCI though.
The metal ring also comes on the e92 and e93 I think. I replaced mine with a red button few months back but it looks terrible because it peeled around it so I've been looking to buy the better looking button just haven't pulled the trigger yet. I also have the hex trim in my 335 didn't know it was rare.
Yes, you don't see the hex trim in a 335 very often if at all.

Mostly 335is or M3
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Finished up the ram air intake. Unfortunately had to sacrifice the drivers brake duct due to having the ACS lip. I don't track the car so I don't think it'll be much of a problem.

I'll update the pics with what it looks like on the outside tomorrow. For now, here it is
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Finished up the ram air intake. Unfortunately had to sacrifice the drivers brake duct due to having the ACS lip. I don't track the car so I don't think it'll be much of a problem.

I'll update the pics with what it looks like on the outside tomorrow. For now, here it is
What fittings did you use for the hose?

Also curious why you didn't dremel out the diamond pattern on the outer panel part or purchase the factory fully open panel that bmw sells(and dinan uses for their kits). Then you would keep your brake duct
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Some preventative maintenance ��
Don't forget to transfer the heat shield wrap from the original U hose.
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Some preventative maintenance ��
Don't forget to transfer the heat shield wrap from the original U hose.
Good looking out fam!
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Good looking out fam!
I see you're driving a 325i, so maybe they don't have this heat wrap. I know 335i's have it.

Either way keep an eye out.
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Good looking out fam!
I see you're driving a 325i, so maybe they don't have this heat wrap. I know 335i's have it.

Either way keep an eye out.
Nice detective work🕵️*♀️ yeah I'll look either way while I'm under there.

Thanks!
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