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      08-14-2012, 09:07 PM   #111
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      08-14-2012, 09:19 PM   #112
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I´m using Hawk, they are very good... lap after lap the brakes still working. Zero fade.

They lost their super bite when they are warming and they don´t do noise anymore... after 40 laps the front pads are almost in half life and the rear pads almost in 2/3s. I think the proportion will be two front sets for one rear set.

I didn´t liked how they marked the rotors… very visible scratches… this is the only bad news.

I´m curious to know more about this “endurance” version… send me set of them with the wheels.
Yes, your assessment is about right on the Hawk DTC series pads on rotor wear and pad wear. Most of the race pads I have seen are not easy on the rotors cold or warm, but once hot they are okay.

I'll get you a price on the PFC08's and shoot them over.

There is also a CL brand of pads, which are very expensive, but very good. Here is more info on the CL RC6E:

http://www.hpashop.com/CL-Brake-Pads...ads-e82-1M.htm
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      08-19-2012, 09:41 PM   #113
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      08-19-2012, 10:24 PM   #114
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      08-20-2012, 09:13 PM   #115
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Nice to remember the sky of Brasilia, and it looks like it is dry like hell there like always at this time of the year.

That Evo you were chasing really is fast!
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      08-27-2012, 11:14 AM   #116
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      08-27-2012, 11:45 AM   #117
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How do you like the new shifter? Which one is it/where did you get it from?
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      08-27-2012, 12:13 PM   #118
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How do you like the new shifter? Which one is it/where did you get it from?
+1 on the inquiry

Looks like both are BMW parts (not Rogue, right?), is this from a different platform? IIRC the BMW Performance shifter does not work on the 1///M
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      08-27-2012, 03:19 PM   #119
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the one with the blue thing is the Rogue... the dirty one is the OEM.

The Rogue kit have a tuned OEM part... and it is "easy" to install..

The shifts are shorter and heavier... especially when selecting reverse…

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      08-27-2012, 03:21 PM   #120
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+1 on the inquiry

Looks like both are BMW parts (not Rogue, right?), is this from a different platform? IIRC the BMW Performance shifter does not work on the 1///M
So I've been told its the RE SSK
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      08-28-2012, 06:48 AM   #121
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      08-28-2012, 11:32 AM   #122
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shift knob new hight and tuned steering wheel.
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      08-29-2012, 07:48 PM   #123
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The instruction manual said 1,5h installation time... I did in 1,5 day!
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The instruction manual said 1,5h installation time... I did in 1,5 day!
OMG YOUR WHOLE DASH!!!! :confuse d0068:

I thought that install wasnt supposed to be THAT bad!

Damn sexy though. Cant wait to get my non electronic performance wheel on!
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      08-29-2012, 08:46 PM   #125
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The instruction manual said 1,5h installation time... I did in 1,5 day!
Surely can't be a SSK or PSW install, you were up to something else, now go spill the beans and tell us what this gutting was all about!

There is a good DIY video here my Muscles Marinara on this very same wheel, maybe too late for you to see at this stage, but install looks far less painful.
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      08-30-2012, 02:38 AM   #126
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There is a good DIY video here by MusclezMarinara on this very same wheel, maybe too late for you to see at this stage, but install looks far less painful.
V1 installation instructions: BMWPW_V1_Install.pdf
V1 operation instructions: BMWPW_V1_Operation.pdf

DIY for installing the BMW Performance Steering Wheel V1 on an M3 (posted by doba s):
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DIY for installing the BMW Performance Steering Wheel V2 on a 1M (posted by MusclezMarinara):
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Efficient Dynamics ECO Mode:
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  • Water and oil temperature and multicolored LED (red and green) shift lights for optimal performance.
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  • 1/4 mile race setting (“XMAS” tree LED light countdown, reaction time, 60’ time, 330’ time, 1,000’ time, 1/8 and 1/4 mile times and trap speeds).
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Surely can't be a SSK or PSW install, you were up to something else, now go spill the beans and tell us what this gutting was all about!

There is a good DIY video here my Muscles Marinara on this very same wheel, maybe too late for you to see at this stage, but install looks far less painful.
Yes... that mission was to install the PSW... wires… I hate them!
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Yes... that mission was to install the PSW... wires… I hate them!
Since you have done it already I can ask: how easy is to take out the plastic cover around the radio/CD and aircon units? I am thinking about spraying them to piano black after having my Performance Wheel (to be installed by a pro).
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Since you have done it already I can ask: how easy is to take out the plastic cover around the radio/CD and aircon units? I am thinking about spraying them to piano black after having my Performance Wheel (to be installed by a pro).
with the correct tools is easy to take it out...
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with the correct tools is easy to take it out...
Perhaps you could enlighten us on what the "correct tools" are?
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Perhaps you could enlighten us on what the "correct tools" are?
these ones... https://www.google.com.br/search?q=t...w=1366&bih=650
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Great tools, I have 2 sets of them. For those near a Harbor Freight store, they are usually $5! I think you can also order them on-line, good for all kinds of interior and trim work over the years.

PS: I wonder if the BR spec car doesn't have certain things pre-wired, I don't believe here in the US anyone had to go to this extent, in fact dealers have been charging about 2-3 hrs for the install altogether. Anyhow, glad your hard work paid off!
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