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7 Series - F01 / F02 (2009 - current)
The new re-designed 7 series F01 / F02 leads off the BMW Fxx chassis code!

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Old 04-25-2013, 04:57 PM
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Paddle Retrofit.....Success!

Well the 2nd try worked out to be the charm. Got my F01 fitted with functioning paddles and upgraded to the M-Sport steering wheel as well. Eventually I had to swap out my steering wheel control cluster along with my old sport steering wheel. Only one issue is I have to be in DS driving mode for the paddles to work. Apparently this is how the 7's are coded I am told. They won't work in just regular driving mode. Nevertheless, I LOVE THEM! So nice to fully have instant control of the transmission whenever I want, really changes the feel of the car!

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1. New M-Sport Steering wheel with paddles (Cost me $730)
2. New Steering cluster - $420 (Part # 61319297781). You may not need this if you car is a later model and has this new one already. Mine didn't which is why the first try failed.
3. Airbag? If you have an M-Sport wheel or regular Sport wheel already your airbag is interchangeable. If you have a non-sport wheel you will need a new airbag. Can be pricey new. eBay is probably your best bet for this item.

From what I know I was the first one ever to get an F01/F02 successfully retrofitted with paddles!

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Old 04-25-2013, 05:22 PM
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Great upgrade, so it didn't need the updated steering wheel control unit in addition to the control stalk switch assembly? That's even better and keeps the cost down. Def my next mod, can't wait.
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Old 04-25-2013, 05:29 PM
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Great upgrade, so it didn't need the updated steering wheel control unit in addition to the control stalk switch assembly? That's even better and keeps the cost down. Def my next mod, can't wait.
Just wanted to add. Don't forget to sell your old steering wheel and steering cluster (if needed). That will certainly put this in the affordable range for most all after net costs.
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Old 04-25-2013, 05:51 PM
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Old 04-25-2013, 06:19 PM
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I did this on my 3 series awhile back. You have to click the shifter over in DS mode on that model also.
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Old 04-25-2013, 06:24 PM
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Great upgrade, so it didn't need the updated steering wheel control unit in addition to the control stalk switch assembly? That's even better and keeps the cost down. Def my next mod, can't wait.
Only needed new wheel and control stalk that is all. Some later MY cars will not even need the latter.
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Old 04-25-2013, 07:16 PM
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Rajeek, If I already have an M-sport steeing wheel, do you think I could just add the paddles? Did Patryk need to code anything or would just have adding the parts (wheel/control stalk) make it work?
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Old 04-25-2013, 07:26 PM
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Rajeek, If I already have an M-sport steeing wheel, do you think I could just add the paddles? Did Patryk need to code anything or would just have adding the parts (wheel/control stalk) make it work?
Sadly no. There are cutouts at the back of the wheel that need to be there for the paddles to be installed. It has to be a paddle specific wheel. You could just buy the bare bones wheel and use all the other stuff from your wheel now, but the wheel needs to be replaced at a minimum.

Yes, special coding is required to get them up and running.
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Thanks! That makes sense... Just a quick question, could sell my M-sport wheel to someone w/ a regular wheel or are the airbags not compatible? (since I assume I can keep my existing airbag if I upgrade to an M-sport w/ Paddle wheel)?
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Paddle Retrofit.....Success!

Congrats! Awesome mod!

Still don't understand why BMW has you switch to DS. Must the only brand to make you work before you can enjoy steering wheel paddles

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Thanks! That makes sense... Just a quick question, could sell my M-sport wheel to someone w/ a regular wheel or are the airbags not compatible? (since I assume I can keep my existing airbag if I upgrade to an M-sport w/ Paddle wheel)?
Good question. Air bags are interchangeable between M-Sport and regular sport wheels. Non-sport wheel will require a new air bag. I had a sport wheel already so that was just reused.

Will update my original post with that info.
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Congrats! Awesome mod!

Still don't understand why BMW has you switch to DS. Must the only brand to make you work before you can enjoy steering wheel paddles

How fast is the shift response?





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I was a bit sad about the DS thing, but still thrilled to have paddles. Response is instant. Same as all other BMW's with factory installed paddles that I have driven.
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Good question. Air bags are interchangeable between M-Sport and regular sport wheels. Non-sport wheel will require a new air bag. I had a sport wheel already so that was just reused.

Will update my original post with that info.
Cool, thanks for the info!
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I want to change my F10 regular wheel to sport one and I don't care about paddles alot. Do I need to change the steering cluster or my current one would work? I guess I just need the wheel and the airbag. Am I right?
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I want to change my F10 regular wheel to sport one and I don't care about paddles alot. Do I need to change the steering cluster or my current one would work? I guess I just need the wheel and the airbag. Am I right?
You will need a sport wheel and a new air bag. That is all.

I have a pristine sport wheel that I will be putting up for sale. PM if interested.
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Do they make a central airbag cover/module that's smooth rather than textured? Seems like a smooth one would go better with that M steering wheel.
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Great job on the retrofit! I really miss the paddle shifters as I've had them on my past 3 BMWs. Unfortunately, my 7 Msport was an early 2013 build where an error in the ordering system didn't include the paddles with the MSport package. BMW offered to build me a new car or just give me a credit, so I just took the latter, but I miss the paddles for those times where you need to shift instead of having to use the beer tap shifter. And FYI, all BMWs with paddles only work in DS mode.
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Do they make a central airbag cover/module that's smooth rather than textured? Seems like a smooth one would go better with that M steering wheel.
Negative on the smooth airbag cover. It's the one cheap thing that the 6er and 7ers with Nappa leather option should provide. The airbag cover would look so much better with leather stitched cover or at least a smooth vinyl finish as opposed to the grainy look that is same in a 1 series.
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Thanks Raj for choosing BimmerTech... again!


If anyone is interested in doing this retrofit we still have brand new M sport steering wheels with paddles in stock now. We can supply the complete kit to retrofit the paddle shifters in any F01/02 or F10.
Drop us an email with your VIN and location to get a quote.

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beauty! question how did you get your speedo gauges like that!?
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Thanks Raj for choosing BimmerTech... again!


If anyone is interested in doing this retrofit we still have brand new M sport steering wheels with paddles in stock now. We can supply the complete kit to retrofit the paddle shifters in any F01/02 or F10.
Drop us an email with your VIN and location to get a quote.

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Now that you've had them for a while, how do you like your new gauges? Do they still have that 'wow' factor to you yourself (not others who see them for the first time) or has the novelty worn off? Are they any more functional in everyday use (i.e.: are navigation indicators on the cluster more useful than on the prior cluster)? Do they feel any less 'luxurious' than the analog instruments? Wondering your actual thoughts...

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Very nice indeed.

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2. Do you need to recode the car after making the steering wheel change?
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Now that you've had them for a while, how do you like your new gauges? Do they still have that 'wow' factor to you yourself (not others who see them for the first time) or has the novelty worn off? Are they any more functional in everyday use (i.e.: are navigation indicators on the cluster more useful than on the prior cluster)? Do they feel any less 'luxurious' than the analog instruments? Wondering your actual thoughts...
I still love the new panel. My only wish and this is just personal preference is that the sport red dials would only appear on Sport + vs Sport/Sport +. That is all. Otherwise still love it. It also displays 5 lines of info for songs and phone lists which is very nice.
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