Materials to Maintain Your ZHP IIIII Hand Protection IIIII Tools to Maintain Your ZHP
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  1. #25871
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    Quote Originally Posted by az3579 View Post
    If you figured out cold/warm monitoring (assuming you used NCS), then you can easily do multi-blink. It's option "CYCL_TI_BLK" in the LSZ module. I don't remember if PA Soft has the option as I rarely use it.

    The module can perform up to 7 blinks per tap, though to get anything outside of 1, 2, or 3, you'll have to add the parameters to the module so they become selectable. That's a little bit more involved but might be able to whip up some instructions if needed.

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    Thanks for offer but I don't think it will be a problem - just have to set aside some time to do it. I do have PA soft, INPA and NCS expert. Worst case I'll download NCS dummy to make it easier. I know PA soft doesn't have the ability to code in blinks. I also need to update the DME too. Probably will do it all this upcoming weekend.
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    Installed my alcantara wrapped wheel tonight (Coby Wheel). Also did the shift boot and manual shifter, but I'm letting the glue dry to the alcantara until tomorrow. I thought I would like Nappa leather, but I much prefer the feel of alcantara after using it for so long.

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    The X3 run-flats saved the day. My wife and son were on the highway and the "low tire" warning popped up. They arrived safely back home. As you can see, this can't be repaired. It was time for new tires anyways, so I bought another set yesterday.

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    2005 IR / black / 6MT
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    Quote Originally Posted by fredo View Post
    The X3 run-flats saved the day. My wife and son were on the highway and the "low tire" warning popped up. They arrived safely back home. As you can see, this can't be repaired. It was time for new tires anyways, so I bought another set yesterday.

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    Fredo - even though I hated the run-flats and replaced them on both my E92 and M3, I'm glad they saved the day for your family. But can't help wondering what the date code was on those tires? That close up picture looks like your Texas heat was "stressing" those tires!

    Glad everyone is safe!
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    Good observation, Pete. These are the date codes on the tires: 1519, 1519, 1519 and 1419. So they were made around April-2019.

    I bought them back in Nov-2019, almost 3 years ago.
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    2005 IR / black / 6MT
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    still surprised to see that your tires had some cracking with date codes that are relatively recent....

    But it did make me go and look at the tires on my cars. I transplanted style 640 M wheels/tires onto my e92 that came off a 2015 M4 with tires that have 3015 date codes. The M3 tires are 4818's, which like the 1419's on yours, are like new tires in my world
    Pete


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    Re-arranging seats for the ZHP. Heated/powered/leather or heated/manual/fabric... Decisions, decisions. Thinking about putting both for sale locally and letting market decide which I should have. One set also came with a genuine BMW first aid kit with BMW marked supplies (from 2010 - long expired).

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    Wish you weren't on the other side of the country, I would buy the manual ones immediately.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Galapolis View Post
    Wish you weren't on the other side of the country, I would buy the manual ones immediately.
    Manual ones are 9-10 lbs lighter than the ones that are powered (both have heating elements). Just under 50 lbs. I've noticed that the manual ones have noticeably less range of motion - can't move backwards as much by probably 2-3 inches. It's significant. I'm a manlet, so it doesn't bother me, but an interesting observation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BavarianZHP View Post
    Re-arranging seats for the ZHP. Heated/powered/leather or heated/manual/fabric... Decisions, decisions. Thinking about putting both for sale locally and letting market decide which I should have. One set also came with a genuine BMW first aid kit with BMW marked supplies (from 2010 - long expired).

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    Which BMW are the seats from?
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