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  1. #8101
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    Quote Originally Posted by NYRhockey View Post
    Thanks guys for the feedback.

    Of the 2 bid sites, i am leaning towards C&B.
    I think of BaT as the sellers marketplace, and C&B as the buyer's marketplace. Prices can be lower on C&B in my opinion.

    So I bought my M3 on C&B, but sold my ZHP on BaT. Just my perspective
    Pete


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    Anyone know if an M54 valve cover gasket can be used with an M56 valve cover? Just found a good deal on the VC off eBay, but I just did the VCG recently. If it is I may swap it, if it isn't I guess the VC will just sit around for a while until I decide my CCV needs to be replaced
    2004 BMW 330CI ZHP (well, technically ZAM)


  3. #8103
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    Quote Originally Posted by t.er View Post
    Anyone know if an M54 valve cover gasket can be used with an M56 valve cover? Just found a good deal on the VC off eBay, but I just did the VCG recently. If it is I may swap it, if it isn't I guess the VC will just sit around for a while until I decide my CCV needs to be replaced
    It does not seem to be interchangeable

    https://www.realoem.com/bmw/enUS/par...009&series=E46

  4. #8104
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    Quote Originally Posted by YoitsTmac View Post
    It does not seem to be interchangeable

    https://www.realoem.com/bmw/enUS/par...009&series=E46
    Yeah, looking at some pics online it seems the "channel" for the M54 VCG is non-existent with the M56 VC. Looks like this part will sit in the stash for a while
    2004 BMW 330CI ZHP (well, technically ZAM)


  5. #8105
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    I'm about to change front brakes and I see various options on FCP Euro.

    Wondering if anyone has experience with the various front pads:

    Textar: $69.99
    ATE (607155) : $55.99
    ATE (34113404362): $52.99
    Jurid (571994J): $37.89

    Tempted to go with Jurid (they're OE fronts for the e46m3).

  6. #8106
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    Quote Originally Posted by Will View Post
    I'm about to change front brakes and I see various options on FCP Euro.

    Wondering if anyone has experience with the various front pads:

    Textar: $69.99
    ATE (607155) : $55.99
    ATE (34113404362): $52.99
    Jurid (571994J): $37.89

    Tempted to go with Jurid (they're OE fronts for the e46m3).

    I went Ceramic and never looked back. The Akebonos are fantastic in that regard. Excellent braking performance and almost no dust.
    BP
    2005 330i ZHP / 6MT
    Imolarot / Naturbraun
    2003 330iT / 6MT
    Orientblau / Naturbraun




    It's not the car you drive, it's how you drive it.

  7. #8107
    Quote Originally Posted by Will View Post
    I'm about to change front brakes and I see various options on FCP Euro.

    Wondering if anyone has experience with the various front pads:

    Textar: $69.99
    ATE (607155) : $55.99
    ATE (34113404362): $52.99
    Jurid (571994J): $37.89

    Tempted to go with Jurid (they're OE fronts for the e46m3).
    I think I went with Jurid (if Iím remembering correctly).
    They stop really well, but they create a lot of brake dust.


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  8. #8108
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    Wondering about low dust pads too. Has nobody tried Textar?
    330i Base | Mysticblau | Slicktop | 6MT

  9. #8109
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    Quote Originally Posted by az3579 View Post
    I went Ceramic and never looked back. The Akebonos are fantastic in that regard. Excellent braking performance and almost no dust.
    I had the Akebono ceramics on my m3 for a few thousand miles, ended up replacing them with Jurid fronts and Textar rears (OE combo). Loved the fact they don't dust, but the trade off in lack of bite and feel was unacceptable for me. I tried them because many on the old m3forums touted them. I guess I have different perspective and preferences.

    Quote Originally Posted by san View Post
    I think I went with Jurid (if Iím remembering correctly).
    They stop really well, but they create a lot of brake dust.
    Awesome, thanks for your feedback. I don't mind the brake dust.

  10. #8110
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    Does anyone have experience with these Chinese made center armrest lids? Link

    I know the leather quality will probably be crap, but the plastic hinge / "ears" on mine has broken.


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