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Old 05-01-2007, 12:03 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Just Ordered a Few Things for teh M3

woodtrim for my glovebox
the front splitters
clears all around
oil filters 6 pack
reset tool
royal purple oil
compression tester


few more little knick knacks from pelican parts....since i had this $35 gift certif. lying around...
Item Name Item Price Quantity Item Total
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11-36-1-740-840-M30 $3.50 1 $3.50
Gasket Cylinder Head Camshaft/Vanos Cover, 325i/is/iC 1992-95, M3
1995-99

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11-28-1-469-262-M21 $8.50 1 $8.50
A/C Belt 5K x 890mm, 325i/is/iC 1992-95, M3 w/ 3.0L motor 1995

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11-28-1-469-266-M21 $11.50 1 $11.50
Belt for Alternator/Water Pump, 6K X 1555, 325i/is/iC from 09/91,
323i/is/iC 1996-99, 328i/is/iC 1996-99, M3 1995-99 Superceded
from:11281437929

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51-13-8-124-389-M9 $1.00 2 $2.00
Grommet for Exterior Trim, E36 325i/iC/is, 318i/is/iC/ti, 323is/iC,
328i/is/iC, M3 B30/B32; E34 525i Wagon, 530i Wagon; E38 740i/iL,
750iL; E31 840Ci, 850Ci/Csi

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51-13-8-144-998-M9 $0.75 2 $1.50
End Clip for Side Mouldings, 318i/is/iC 1992-98, 325i/is/iC 1992-95

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51-71-2-234-032-M9 $0.75 2 $1.50
Rocker Panel Clip, E36 M3 B30/B32, Each

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Shipping for Package 1: $6.50

### Package Number: 2 of 2
### Shipping Method: Ground Delivery
### Expected Ship Date: Thursday, May 3
### Expected Arrival Date: Friday, May 4

Item Name Item Price Quantity Item Total
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OEM-41118209460 $1.66 1 $1.66
THREADED ROD
- This part may be shipped directly from the manufacturer.
- This is a special-order OEM part and is non-returnable except
for warranty replacement.

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OEM-51438135511 $29.35 1 $29.35
KICK PNL LFT BLK
- This part may be shipped directly from the manufacturer.
- This is a special-order OEM part and is non-returnable except
for warranty replacement.
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one day when i can afford teh ltw carbon fiber one, ill change it mmkay?
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one day when i can afford teh ltw carbon fiber one, ill change it mmkay?
dummy contact koperformance, JP will give you a good deal. i got mine for teh win price! last i checked he was still showing as a forum sponsor.
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Old 05-04-2007, 10:33 PM   #6 (permalink)
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dummy contact koperformance, JP will give you a good deal. i got mine for teh win price! last i checked he was still showing as a forum sponsor.
actually i like teh wood kinda...
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go see pics of the car, i put em up in the pic section...and my garage too i think
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damnit i got the wrong clips for my moldings...

now i might as well order the hardware to install my lip so my front bumper doesnt look so nekked...
got my peake reset tool...stupid thing says it wont reset when there are still green bars on the oil service light... double
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You forgot the case of beer, a required and often forgotten tool when working on a car.

Then again, you might not of, since you'd be a bit weirder then I thought if you mail ordered beer.

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damnit i got the wrong clips for my moldings...

now i might as well order the hardware to install my lip so my front bumper doesnt look so nekked...
got my peake reset tool...stupid thing says it wont reset when there are still green bars on the oil service light... double
You can reset the lights while they are still green by jumpering pin 7 to chassis ground with the ignition on for 12 seconds.
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You can reset the lights while they are still green by jumpering pin 7 to chassis ground with the ignition on for 12 seconds.
he, as well as most other people here, believe it is some kind of monster that will fry everything on your car. i've done it a million times and nothing ever happened.
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he, as well as most other people here, believe it is some kind of monster that will fry everything on your car. i've done it a million times and nothing ever happened.
dude do you realize that its a HARD ground to the system when you do that, a hard core shock if you will...does it work? yes, is it 100% ghetto? YES!

the tool has resistors in it to properly reset it...

heres how to relate it, say your heart stopped, and they knew an exact level needed to bring you back was say 2/10 (i dont know how those things work but bare with me) but instead some lazy half assed doctor says, nah lets go grab a second defribulator and give him 20 even though theres a chance we can fry his heart! yaaaaaaaaaaaaay!!!!!!!!!!! (that doctor is emir)

the tool is cheap, whats the problem? if you wanna fly whiskey tango on your car, go for it...
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I will believe you, once you show me exactly what it is the reset tool does ...
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stop fighting in my thread b4 i ban both of u mmkay? cockmongrals....

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