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Thread: What did you do for your ZHP/ BMW / MINI today? #2

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    Quote Originally Posted by pedro2u View Post
    a few more horses than our ZHP's - a different world
    That's awesome. Love the history insight. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pedro2u View Post
    a few more horses than our ZHP's - a different world
    A few more horses, no brakes, no chassis, no lots of things.

    But Iím sure it was quite a fun ride.


    His: 2005 330 ZHP Imola Red - 1995 NA Miata
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    Installed the Z4M front sway and a 330cic rear sway. I'm still getting used to the feel of this 27mm / 20mm setup. The front is much more flat with direction changes, but I think I need some more mileage before I can say I'll keep this setup. The stock setup felt really good.

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    Gummiíed the seals on both cars




    His: 2005 330 ZHP Imola Red - 1995 NA Miata
    Hers: 2004 330i ZSP
    2004 325 M56 Steel Blue Metallic - Sold
    Stephen's DD & AutoX/HPDE Build Thread
    Stewart WP - Z4M LCAB - M3 trans/motor mounts - DICE MediageBridge Duo - ARC-8 17x8.5"
    DrVANOS - Mason Engineering Race Strut Bar - E30 Exp. Cap - Custom Black+Beige Interior - M3 Seats
    Bilstein PSS10 - Turner Sway Bars 27/21 - ECST RTAB Limiters - R.E. RSM


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    Quote Originally Posted by stephenkirsh View Post
    Gummi’ed the seals on both cars
    Ah shoot that just reminded me about the bottle I lost last year, how often do you usually apply? Thinking I need to pick up another bottle now unless I want to tear apart the garage

    2004 BMW 330i TiAg ZHP/// 6MT(purchased from forum 6/06/16);
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    Quote Originally Posted by Prestovie View Post
    Ah shoot that just reminded me about the bottle I lost last year, how often do you usually apply? Thinking I need to pick up another bottle now unless I want to tear apart the garage
    1-2 times per year should be fine. I use 303 on the seals instead of the gummi Pflege.

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    I replaced the wiring grommet (a.k.a. "elephant trunk"). Not as bad of a DIY as I feared, it's very straight forward (just follow the detailed DIY posted on e46f (link)). Took just under 2 hours working slowly.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Will View Post
    1-2 times per year should be fine. I use 303 on the seals instead of the gummi Pflege.
    Thanks man!

    2004 BMW 330i TiAg ZHP/// 6MT(purchased from forum 6/06/16);
    KONI Yellows | Akebono Brake Pads | ECIS cold air intake system;
    Hotchkis Sport sway bar | ECS Tuning Carbon Fiber front strut brace
    Vibrant Performance Muffler | Coby Wheel Tri-Stitch steering wheel & shift boot
    Michelin PSS | Blizzak WS-80

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    Quote Originally Posted by Will View Post
    I replaced the wiring grommet (a.k.a. "elephant trunk"). Not as bad of a DIY as I feared, it's very straight forward (just follow the detailed DIY posted on e46f (link)). Took just under 2 hours working slowly.



    Looks good, Will. Thanks for providing the Link.

    Is the P/N for the trunk same as for the E39?
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    Quote Originally Posted by das boots View Post
    Looks good, Will. Thanks for providing the Link.

    Is the P/N for the trunk same as for the E39?
    Thanks! The broken grommet just seemed unsightly, I finally broke down and got after it.

    Yup. 61-13-8-366-627 fits e46, e39, and e38, according to realoem.com (link)
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