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Old 07-28-2004, 12:26 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I just wanted to make an introduction. I bought a 2000 328Ci with sport-premium package and a wack load of AC stuff on it.

I am a die hard jap fan and have owned many Honda/Acura cars through out my life. I was in the car show scene so I am very familiar with most aftermarket parts and mods. My last ride was an 02 RSX-S that was in shows across the west.

I decided to grow up a bit a get a real car. I tell ya, I have never owned German, but I love the car. Much more refined vehicle with lots of toys and goodies that you just don't get in a Japanese vehicle.

I have one question, where is a good source for the brushed aluminum interior trim kit?

BTW: this forum rocks! That dam HK rear rattle was buggin the crap out of me until I found the DIY fix here.

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19" AC Schnitzer Type III
235/35/19 P7000
Full AC lip kit
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Was purchased from a dealer and not sure if anything has been done to the motor (just got the car a few days ago)
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Old 07-28-2004, 01:30 AM   #2 (permalink)
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i havent checked but ebay would be a good place to start
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Old 07-28-2004, 08:06 AM   #3 (permalink)
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I I have one question, where is a good source for the brushed aluminum interior trim kit?

BTW: this forum rocks!* That dam HK rear rattle was buggin the crap out of me until I found the DIY fix here.

For reference, here is a pic of mine with the aluminum cube trim (ZSP/ZHP option). You can get this this part from the dealer - however it wont fit your 328 iirc.
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welcome

there are tons of trims available from your dealer. which are you looking for? i can get you part numbers so you can order it from the dealer.

your 'aluminum trim' can be a:

MatteChrome trim
Titan Shadow Trim
Titan II Trim
m3 brushed aluminum trim
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Excellent, thanks.

Thanks Woobiee for the DIY on the rear HK's. I saw your site. Nice ride! I actually used a piece of foam and wedged it between the sheet metal and the rear deck. Worked like a charm.
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your 'aluminum trim' can be a:

MatteChrome trim
Titan Shadow Trim
Titan II Trim
m3 brushed aluminum trim
So.. I got a 99 323i Sedan Premium package.. and it came with the wood panel.. not really my style.. is it possible to yank it out and replace with the aluminum panels??

I don't really know the what the diff styles look like.. any opinions?

Where is the cheapest place to buy the new panels? Do I have to go to dealer, or is there aftermarket available?

Do you have part numbers?

THanks!!
This forum is cool.. alot of good stuff to read.. just fond it tonight..
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