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    #46
    Replaced the clutch bushings with UUC.

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      #47


      MAF swap couldn’t hurt. The previous one was unknown age but when I removed it, it wasn’t branded BMW, just Bosch. Are there dates?

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      New one

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      Old one

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      Last edited by 8000RPM; 09-28-2020, 05:48 PM.

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        #48
        Yass, big fan of your restoring as well. How is the PARECL clean up doing? I am looking to do this job soon, I figured your VEGAS heat is a good test on products and process.
        I am thinking of refreshing my MAF as well! Have no idea its condintion other than the car runs... I am betting its OEM @ 80K

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          #49
          Knocking out a project that was on the back burner for a bit. When I got the car I noticed the driver side door glass was not BMW and the window went up slow-ish. Nothing on carfax. There was a nice gash on the trim where it appears the glass didn’t drop and when the door was slammed closed, it shattering the glass...maybe.

          I will be replacing the door glass to BMW, the regulator with BMW since the OE isn’t available and the foam vapor barrier since the original was trashed (probably from the shop replacing the glass the first time).

          Lazy installer mangled the foam, will be replacing this

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          Removing the old glass first

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          Old regulator out

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          New regulator going in

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          I ordered the glass online and came well packed. The glass was pretty cheap otherwise I would have left it.

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          Cleaned up the old butyl tape

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          Install the new foam

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          Done!

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            #50
            Geez I'm surprised you didn't have any water or condensation issues with what was basically a completely useless vapour barrier!

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              #51
              More odds and ends I needed to clean up. Mostly inexpensive and easy things to fix.

              The trim in the trunk was banged up and broken.

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              New part so nice and clean

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              My sill plate cracked when I removed it to install a new door seal. Replaced it and the clips.

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              Cup holders were past tired

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              Center trim surround was worm

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              Driver’s side window switch was worn out and worn smooth

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              Worn shiny on the left and new on the right

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                #52
                I love new OE parts. Way to go. Sometimes I wish my car were back to original so I could so this stuff all over again, so rewarding!
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                  #53
                  Originally posted by Tbonem3 View Post
                  I love new OE parts. Way to go. Sometimes I wish my car were back to original so I could so this stuff all over again, so rewarding!
                  Thank you! It’s definitely been fun and rewarding. It’s hard to not get caught up in the weeds of replacing everything. I’m trying to pick a place to stop but there always seems to be one more thing to do!

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                    #54
                    🍻 Cheers to you! It is like a completely different car from where you started.
                    2002 M3 Carbon Schwarz/Black 6MT

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                      #55
                      Amazing job - Kudos!

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