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      01-28-2008, 06:49 PM   #1
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Exclamation Official 1-series Coupe Performance Parts (tii style) Catalog HERE!

> Download Performance Parts Catalog HERE (right-click-save-as) <


Photos of some of the various parts can be seen here:
http://www.1addicts.com/forums/showthread.php?t=3888
http://www.1addicts.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1944


Catalog transation by pousa13:

Catalog contains:
- Aerodynamics
BMW Performance aerodynamic package
BMW aerodynamic components
- Drive and under-carriage
BMNW Performance braking system
BMW Performace Alloy rims doublespoke Styling 269
BMW Performance sport suspension
BMW Performance strut brace
- Powertrain
BMW Performance air intake
BMW Performance exhaust system
- Interieur
BMW short shift kit
BMW carbon fiber interieur parts
BMW alloy pedals and footrest
BMW Performance sports seats
BMW Performance steering wheel


BMW aerodynamic package
aviable for E81,82,87,87 LCI,E88
including:
-frontbumper
-side skirts
-M rear bumper
-front grill black (felt and right)

BMW aerodynamic components-cabron fiber mirror caps
-cabron fiber trunk lid spoiler
-carbon fiber rear diffusor for M-bumper
-cabron fiber front splitter


BMW Performance braking system
6 piston brake caliper
brake disc is perforated and grooved
including:
-brake discs
-brake caliper (yellow) (not necessary for 135i)


BMW Performance sport suspension
aviable for E81,82,87,90,92
rideheight will be lower than with m-sport suspension
including:
-2x compression leg
-2x shock absorber
-2x anti-roll bar
-rubber bearing for front and rear anti-roll bar
-2x strut support bearing
-4x additional shock-absorber
-small parts (screws...)

BMW Performance alloy rims
weightsaving about 1kg to a same sized rim
18" for E85/86
18" for E81,82,87,88
18" for E46
19" for E90,91,92,93 (except xDrive)

BMW Performance strut brace (carbon fiber)
aviable only for inline 6 M54,4 cylinder diesel,6 cylinder petrol (NOT 135i/335i)


BMW Performance air intake
up to 25% better airflow
better sound in passenger compartment

BMW Performance exhaust system
stainless steel
better exhaust flow
sportier sound inside and outside

BMW short shift kit
reducing shiftling travel by 25%
new alcantara gearknob
including:
-gearshift lever
-gearknob
-alcantara application
-gearshift arm (only 335i)

carbon fiber interieur parts
aviable for 1 series, 3 series

BMW sports seats
weights ~3kg/seat less than sport seats
can be connected with heated seat controlling
aviable for 1 series and 3 series (excluding convertibles)
not for US sales!

BMW Performance steering wheel
fitting E9x,E8x
for controlling the display, the steeringwheel is equipped with two buttons hidden under the alcantara
the buttons are located in the area of the thumb rest
the display features the folowing informations:
-stoppwatch
-stoppwatch race (1/100s), up to 10 interim times,
launch command via symbolic traffic light, reaction timer, maximum speed, top score will be saved automatically
-Quatermile race via symbolic traffic light, times for 1/8 mile, 1/4 mile
-acceleration timer 0-40km/h,0-60km/h,...up to 400 meters
-g-meter (transverse & straight acceleration)
-engine & oil temperature
-shiftlights - 2x5 LEDs
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      01-28-2008, 07:14 PM   #2
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Fantastic! Now we have part numbers for all the Tii goodies. Those of you wanting that rear lip spoiler, seats, steering wheel, you now have the part numbers...

Good work, matt!

If you go into the dealer to order these, they will likely not recognize most of the part numbers yet, and they say they won't be added until the release of the February and March ETK (BMW internal electronic parts catalog).
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      01-28-2008, 07:28 PM   #3
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Most importantly, is there an ECU Flash on the catalog??
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      01-28-2008, 07:35 PM   #4
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Most importantly, is there an ECU Flash on the catalog??
Nope, but there is a BMW Performance exhaust and a performance intake. The intake claims 25% freer breathing and better sound inside the car. :smile:
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      01-28-2008, 07:54 PM   #5
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Nope, but there is a BMW Performance exhaust and a performance intake. The intake claims 25% freer breathing and better sound inside the car. :smile:
Thanks Larryn. I've got nothing nice to say so I'm gonna sign off... Long grumpy day.
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      01-28-2008, 08:00 PM   #6
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Sweet!!!!
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      01-28-2008, 08:00 PM   #7
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The wheels look like the ones for other models, like these 18's for the Z4M coupe

http://accessories.bmwusa.com/ItemVi...productId=838#

or the same ones in 19's for the 335 coupe

http://accessories.bmwusa.com/ItemVi...=0&subItemId=1
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Look at the shift knob!
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      01-28-2008, 08:05 PM   #9
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Look at the shift knob!
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      01-28-2008, 08:22 PM   #10
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      01-28-2008, 08:26 PM   #11
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Looks like those carbon fiber interior pieces are available separately. Interesting.
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      01-28-2008, 08:40 PM   #12
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Ok my shopping list will entail:

carbon fiber side mirror, rear valence, rear spoiler but painted, shift knobs, intake, and seats.
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      01-28-2008, 08:48 PM   #13
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+1 on cf rear valence, cf interior, and shift knob.

Nah on the rest. ... well maybe the spoiler.
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      01-28-2008, 08:55 PM   #14
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WOW.... Simply f*cking WOW....
The question now is, Are you guys still going to order sport package for 135i?
With these beautiful real bucket seats and nice looking shifter is there a reason for sport pack?....
I think I would rather wait, save some money and get these goodies... (after I sell my left kidney probably)...
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+1 on cf rear valence, cf interior, and shift knob.

Nah on the rest. ... well maybe the spoiler.

No seats?
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lol i just read in the brochure...

BMW Performance Sportseats : Not for USA

i lol'd
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WOW.... Simply f*cking WOW....
The question now is, Are you guys still going to order sport package for 135i?
With these beautiful real bucket seats and nice looking shifter is there a reason for sport pack?....
I think I would rather wait, save some money and get these goodies... (after I sell my left kidney probably)...
If a similar suede aftermarket seat (without the airbag) costs about $1800 each, I would think that adding the airbag, plus the "BMW Performance" stitching, and you are talking the better part of $5k for the two seats (possibly more).
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      01-28-2008, 09:07 PM   #18
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So am I right in assuming that most if not all of those parts can be purchased at a later date to be installed?
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Performance parts from BMW are horribly overpriced. Just wait for aftermarket and get a better deal.
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Danke Schune Matt !!!
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Anyone notice that you cannot purchase 225's for the front..?

I hope to god that you can fit 225's or even 235's up front..!
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I wonder if they got these sweet aero parts from that catalog?




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