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    Posted: 03 Jun 2016 at 4:26pm

E93 335i M Sport Highline DCT

As it is, going to have a look at one in the morning on a 10 plate with 45K on the clock, this car is very clean, and an amazing colour as well.

Any thing I should look out for?

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Well, I did a deal and went ahead and purchased the 335i, needless to say it has not stayed standard
The car when I picked it up.
 
 
And now,,

MODIFICATIONS

 

Custom Exhaust – Quad Tips

DTM Rear Sport Defuser

Electric Fold Wing Mirrors

Lowered on SPAX Sport Coilovers (Next Weekend)

Alloy Wheels: 19” Quantum4 TS1 wearing Nankang NS2 rubber

Wheel Speck: 9.5J et30 & 10.5J et30

Tyres: 245/35/19 & 265/30/19

M3 Side Skirts

Air Scoops fitted behind front grills

Pipercross Performance Air Filter

 

 

 

 
 
 
 
In the pipeline
LCI rear lights
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And hear we go again, I asked a mate who happens to be a mechanic to fit my coilovers for me, it was a bitch of a job, not as straight forward as he thought. He got the levels just right, no rubbing or catching on the front wheels, the car feels a lot better as well, it doesn't wallow any more.

Gae her a wash after then followed by some photo whoring
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Hi Steve
Very nice car you got, looked nice when you first got it & looks fantastic with all the mods done in a short time period.
Hope your very pleased with the car so far.

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Tiny Update

I purchased a sunglasses holder to replace the ash tray and after asking the question on the e90 forum and finding a "How To" half an hour later it was done

And on Sunday I spent almost all day cleaning my 2 baby's.
 
LCI rear light are almost on, outers are on just waiting for the boot clusters to arrive
 
 
 
 
 
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Finally fitted some LCI rear lights to the 335, coding wasn't required so I am guessing the last owner had a set on there and removed them, what i did though was code the 4 way flashers to double blink and de badged the boot lid...

Click the link and then click open and several seconds later the clip will start, enjoy the burble
 
http://forum.bmw5.co.uk/applications/core/interface/file/attachment.php?id=83951
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 


Edited by ragtop steve - 10 Aug 2016 at 12:28pm
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Originally posted by ragtop steve ragtop steve wrote:


Click the link and then click open and several seconds later the clip will start...
 


Oh no it doesn't! Shocked
This is what I see:-

      Sorry, there is a problem

      The page you requested does not exist

      Error code: 1S160/2


 
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Have a look in the morning, any one recommend any video or picture hosting sites
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Never tried videos but used it for photos:-

http://s5.photobucket.com/

The blurb says it'll host video in several formats.
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Originally posted by Roger123 Roger123 wrote:

Never tried videos but used it for photos:-

http://s5.photobucket.com/

The blurb says it'll host video in several formats.
Good luck!

 
I cant use photobucket on my work PC,,,,
 
Now on you tube so hear go,s
 
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That works!  Yes, very nice Steve.
On the next one, perhaps you'd give it a few revs!!

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Originally posted by Roger123 Roger123 wrote:

That works!  Yes, very nice Steve.
On the next one, perhaps you'd give it a few revs!!

 
Ha Ha,, Yes later this evening after a clean n polish ClapClap
 
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Yeah, the clean and polish will defo make it sound better!  LOL

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Originally posted by Roger123 Roger123 wrote:

Yeah, the clean and polish will defo make it sound better!  LOL

 
Hear you go,
 
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Tiny Update:

In late September I was away on my hollyboobs, Tenerife for 2 weeks and almost 30 degrees every day, while I was away the e93 went in for some paint correction, smoothed bonnet and a full mop and polish.
 
 
I collected the car on the 12th October and it looked pretty good inside under the lights, After taking her home and seeing what it was like in sunlight it went right back that weekend as I was not happy with things and as my car did not have massive swirl marks all down one side, the side that was freshly painted, I was a little pissed. Along with being able to see where the front badge was, they were told to sort it out. Now I got the car back this Saturday, it looked lot's better but it needs direct sunlight to see if its all been resolved.

Any way, bit of a bizzy Sunday just gone.

I had a mates 116d in for a service, oil/filter, air and pollen filter, fit new gloss black grills and a general clean up and polish

AND I finally fitted the ARKYM Look front splitter to the car, had this for several weeks but I needed some one to help fit it, or rather hold it in place while I did the drilling and bolting it up in place, its a very good fit and in no time it was up and in place, I also did the cowl filter replacement thing.
 
I also replaced the pollen filter with some cowl filters
 
 
The 116D, serviced, oil n filter, pollen and air filter, gloss black grills and a full wash, clay n polish
 
 
 
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