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

  1. #19391
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hermes View Post
    $262.88, that's wholesale cost; everybody marks them up. I also got a new genuine seal and cowl

    Man I need one

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    His - 2004 Imola Red / Alcantara 330i | 6MT | ZHP |

    Her's - 2005 Black Sapphire Metallic / Black Leather 330i | 6MT | ZHP |

  2. #19392
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hermes View Post
    $262.88, that's wholesale cost; everybody marks them up. I also got a new genuine seal and cowl

    OMG that is a steal. Are you able to share ???
    2005 330ci ZHP Silvergrey/Alcantara 6MT Garage Queen
    2004 330i ZHP Imola/Alcantara 6MT Daily Driver

  3. #19393
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    Bought the mounting brackets for the 135i front calipers from RebootEngineering. These enable use of the factory rotor sizes. Much better than the "996 BBK," which requires the use of CSL rotors.

    I still need OE M3 rear rotors, and a couple other components.
    Emma - 2005 BMW 330ci ZHP 6MT Estorilblau Individual

    Installed: Sportline 8s 18x8.5F - 18x9.5R | aFe Dry S Intake | 135i Brembo Front Calipers | M3 Front Sway Bar | 325xi Rear Sway Bar | M3 Dead Pedal | M3 Front Seats | Z4 Mirror | Lexus ES300 Yellow Fog Light Retrofit | Koni Yellows | Llumar CTX 40% | Coby Tri-Stitch Wheel & Boots

    Awaiting Install: M3 Wing Mirrors | MagnaFlow 16533 Cat-Back | 135i Rear Brembo Calipers

  4. #19394
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    Quote Originally Posted by 704sw View Post
    Bought the mounting brackets for the 135i front calipers from RebootEngineering. These enable use of the factory rotor sizes. Much better than the "996 BBK," which requires the use of CSL rotors.

    I still need OE M3 rear rotors, and a couple other components.
    Awesome! This is gonna be a great DIY on your disgusting Estoril.
    anandoc

    2004 330i auto | ZPP, ZCW | Schwarz 2 (668) | schwarz (N6SW)

    aFe Stage-1 Pro DRY S intake | Morimoto FX-R 3.0 retrofit | ///M3 Seats (power, heat, bolster adj.) | ///M3 Strut Brace | ///M3 SMG Steering Wheel retrofit | OEM Alarm retrofit | GROM USB | Khoalty angel eyes


  5. #19395
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    Quote Originally Posted by 704sw View Post
    There'd been some speculation and joking from Peter and I about what kind of calipers would actually show up. Would they be some babytown calipers from a 128i? Would I just get a heavy box full of miscellaneous metal scraps? Some combination of the above? Well, without further ado:

    I had to run back to work before I could do any more than basically open the box, but at least I'm not heartbroken about what I saw. Oh yea, and I paid $152 for all four calipers shipped.
    $152 shipped???!!! That's the bargain of the year!!! Good find!

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    I got rid of these ridiculous Canadian wheel bolts.
    Also, whenever AutoAnything decides to get me my rear Konis, I'll be testing these bad boys. I read good things about them, and I'm all for being a guinea pig.
    Emma - 2005 BMW 330ci ZHP 6MT Estorilblau Individual

    Installed: Sportline 8s 18x8.5F - 18x9.5R | aFe Dry S Intake | 135i Brembo Front Calipers | M3 Front Sway Bar | 325xi Rear Sway Bar | M3 Dead Pedal | M3 Front Seats | Z4 Mirror | Lexus ES300 Yellow Fog Light Retrofit | Koni Yellows | Llumar CTX 40% | Coby Tri-Stitch Wheel & Boots

    Awaiting Install: M3 Wing Mirrors | MagnaFlow 16533 Cat-Back | 135i Rear Brembo Calipers

  7. #19397
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    Quote Originally Posted by 704sw View Post
    I got rid of these ridiculous Canadian wheel bolts.
    Also, whenever AutoAnything decides to get me my rear Konis, I'll be testing these bad boys. I read good things about them, and I'm all for being a guinea pig.
    Wtf is them?

  8. #19398
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    Quote Originally Posted by ZHPizza View Post
    Wtf is them?
    JT Designs Billet RSM.
    https://www.fcpeuro.com/page/jt-desi...r-shock-mounts
    Emma - 2005 BMW 330ci ZHP 6MT Estorilblau Individual

    Installed: Sportline 8s 18x8.5F - 18x9.5R | aFe Dry S Intake | 135i Brembo Front Calipers | M3 Front Sway Bar | 325xi Rear Sway Bar | M3 Dead Pedal | M3 Front Seats | Z4 Mirror | Lexus ES300 Yellow Fog Light Retrofit | Koni Yellows | Llumar CTX 40% | Coby Tri-Stitch Wheel & Boots

    Awaiting Install: M3 Wing Mirrors | MagnaFlow 16533 Cat-Back | 135i Rear Brembo Calipers

  9. #19399
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    It looks like a quality mount. Price is similar to AKG mounts.

  10. #19400
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    Giving Rogue Engineering a bit of competition for RSRs.

    What about those black bolts? I like the look of the color.

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