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jesimmons
05-12-2010, 08:00 AM
Saw this advertised in Roundel... In case you hadn't seen it yet here's another online source for parts and parts diagrams. Up to now, realoem was my single source for parts look-up. Haven't spent much time on penske yet, but looks promising. Its fast and I like the presentation:

http://www.penskeparts.com/

For those interested.... Go to the E60N model and check out section 13 - Fuel Preparation, High pressure pump / tubing. There are quite a few HPFP part numbers.... of which most have been superceeded by the latest part #... If at first you don't succeed, try, try again. :(

jeffbtx
05-12-2010, 09:07 AM
Saw this advertised in Roundel... In case you hadn't seen it yet here's another online source for parts and parts diagrams. Up to now, realoem was my single source for parts look-up. Haven't spent much time on penske yet, but looks promising. Its fast and I like the presentation:

http://www.penskeparts.com/

For those interested.... Go to the E60N model and check out section 13 - Fuel Preparation, High pressure pump / tubing. There are quite a few HPFP part numbers.... of which most have been superceeded by the latest part #... If at first you don't succeed, try, try again. :(

Thanks - good find! Does anyone know if there is a Euro version of this - I'm looking to see if I could order the Euro version of the sun visors (without the US warning stickers) and need the part numbers.

GolferEngineer
05-12-2010, 11:21 AM
Thanks!!!!

balbs
05-12-2010, 03:55 PM
Cool! I like the layout.

Balbs

MMME30W
05-12-2010, 04:00 PM
Hmmm...I entered the last seven for my 2003 E46...This site thinks I have a pre-facelift sedan...they might have some work to do still maybe? :dunno:

PimoX3
05-13-2010, 08:36 AM
It looks to me like this will be a good site to use in conjunction with the realoem and bmwfans site(s). It's fast and looks to show availability and pricing, but lacks the full listing of parts (including Euro options, etc.) and doesn't have as detailed info on option compatability. For example, look at steering wheels... it shows 3-4 types available but doesn't list compatibility with heating/lane departure, etc.

Great find though for additional pricing and availability!
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balbs
05-13-2010, 09:48 AM
No Euro options? Sort of ironic since it's a European car.

AzNMpower32
05-13-2010, 10:07 AM
I'm looking to see if I could order the Euro version of the sun visors (without the US warning stickers) and need the part numbers.
What kind of headliner do you have? Just the standard Anthracite or Alcantara (suede-like)?

jeffbtx
05-13-2010, 10:20 AM
What kind of headliner do you have? Just the standard Anthracite or Alcantara (suede-like)?

Alcantara

AzNMpower32
05-13-2010, 11:21 AM
Alcantara
The one for vehicles with the Alcantara headliner is more expensive.

Part Numbers are:
51 16 7 897 651 (left)
51 16 7 897 652 (right)

The site gives an estimate cost of 102 each (maybe they're finished in Alcantara as well?) as opposed to 67 for the standard ones.

jeffbtx
05-13-2010, 11:27 AM
The one for vehicles with the Alcantara headliner is more expensive.

Part Numbers are:
51 16 7 897 651 (left)
51 16 7 897 652 (right)

The site gives an estimate cost of 102 each (maybe they're finished in Alcantara as well?) as opposed to 67 for the standard ones.

Thanks so much - my visors are alcantara so I bet these are too. I paid 600 for a pair of Euro leather visors for a Porsche.