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Old 03-17-2014, 04:20 PM
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So I've been perusing the bimmerfest site of late (got the plague and having trouble sleep last few nights) and many others have an off-topic thread. I figure why not create our own sandbox...preferably not in our trunks!

To start us off here is some car porn I found today while searching paint correction techniques. Wish I had the kahunas to: a) tell the better 1/2 I'm spending $700 on a Positector 6000 and b) actually try to do a wet sanding to remove the orange peel effect.
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Sprung for the BMW all weather mats since I received a 15% discount card from local dealer... The Missus and I are very pleased I didn't go all low brow. They are the most amazing fit I have ever seen, no buckling and no uncovered area while still maintaining a very elegant look. They also have the Velcro underside to keep them firmly in place to boot!! Depending how messy Fish & jad are ;-p the troughs may not be deep enough (really depends upon the frequency of entrances) but I would expect them to work for easily 75% of the population.
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Old 03-20-2014, 03:02 PM
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I'm surprised my neighbor hasn't made more fun of me as I vacuumed out the GT for the third time in a week. But when this furry beast goes for a ride it only takes 10 minutes...Click image for larger version

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FWIW, I have the OEM mats in the front, and the Weathertec floor liners in the rear. I had bought the Weathertec for the front as well, but found (and Weathertec eventually realized) there's a difference on the driver's side between the rear-drive verses the x-drive version, and they'd measured a rear-drive one (where it fits perfectly, as does the passenger's side). So, I ended up sending those back. They updated their website after that. I did prefer their color match and coverage, but the OEM ones do work. They say they're available in other than black, but just try to get them in the USA!
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Old 03-21-2014, 04:01 PM
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FWIW, I have the OEM mats in the front, and the Weathertec floor liners in the rear. I had bought the Weathertec for the front as well, but found (and Weathertec eventually realized) there's a difference on the driver's side between the rear-drive verses the x-drive version, and they'd measured a rear-drive one (where it fits perfectly, as does the passenger's side). So, I ended up sending those back. They updated their website after that. I did prefer their color match and coverage, but the OEM ones do work. They say they're available in other than black, but just try to get them in the USA!
What is your carpet color? I just felt the deep contour of the WeatherTech would detract from the overall sense of luxury...as it was, I procrastinated long and hard on purchasing the OEMs.

On to other OT topics... I recently learned you can add your own background to the weather channel app. So I chose the new 5 series concept and when it is cloudy out it looks like the car is doing a burnout! Pure serendipity.

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I have the Dakota Grey interior, and the grey Weathertec mats are a pretty good match. While they supposedly make the OEM rubber mats in various colors, the dealer said they could only get then in black. Not very subtle, but they do work.
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What is your carpet color? I just felt the deep contour of the WeatherTech would detract from the overall sense of luxury...as it was, I procrastinated long and hard on purchasing the OEMs.

On to other OT topics... I recently learned you can add your own background to the weather channel app. So I chose the new 5 series concept and when it is cloudy out it looks like the car is doing a burnout! Pure serendipity.

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My GT (an ex-BMW executive vehicle) came with black, deep channel OEM mats (front and rear). The front ones fit nicely inside the front Weathertec mats that fit my x-drive perfectly (Thanks jad!). I like the Weathertec's 'deep' sides that protect against salt stains and the OEm mats soften their plastic-y look. The combination does a good job against the salt and snow of our "winter wonderland".
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I also went for the OEM mats, and (like jad) was advised that I could get them in any color I wanted, as long as that color was black. They fit fine and have worked great during this brutal winter. I did get the Weathertech for the cargo floor, however. (Also works great.)
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I also went for the OEM mats, and (like jad) was advised that I could get them in any color I wanted, as long as that color was black. They fit fine and have worked great during this brutal winter. I did get the Weathertech for the cargo floor, however. (Also works great.)
The thing that is somewhat annoying, is that they are available in three different colors in Europe...they only bring the black ones in here.
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Old 03-23-2014, 02:51 PM
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The thing that is somewhat annoying, is that they are available in three different colors in Europe...they only bring the black ones in here.
Annoying, indeed. Black is okay, I suppose (and actually hides a lot of the winter grime, I guess), but I would be surprised if BMW USA's official position is that there simply isn't enough demand for the other two options.

Somewhat related question: where did you get your mud flaps, and how have they worked out?
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Old 03-23-2014, 04:26 PM
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I bought the mudflaps online, it's been nearly 3-years, I do not remember specifically where. One of the websites that advertises on the BMW sites...they had a reasonable price - maybe 1/3-1/2 off...don't actually remember, verses at the local dealer's parts department. Then, you need to add in painting them - that ended up costing around $200...I shopped around a few places, and MACCO was the cheapest - the dealer wanted a lot more. Your cheapest possibility on painting would be if a shop already had a job with your same color...they might spray your stuff for a small charge. It needs the special additive to make it flexible like what is used on the bumper covers, even though they aren't really very flexible, and that stuff is more expensive than the paint. They come primed from the factory in a very dark grey and specifically say they need to be painted before installation. I think they'd look pretty crappy after awhile without paint on them.

The actual installation isn't all that hard, and can be done without removing the wheels, but it is MUCH easier to reach and install the screws and anchors if you do. It uses a few of the existing holes, but you need to install c-clips through the fender liner for the additional ones. The liner cuts fairly easily. As I think I said before...it's much easier to cut a little rectangular slot than just a slit to install the c-clips. You don't want it very wide, essentially the thickness of the c-clip metal, otherwise, it wants to distort the liner, making alignment tougher. You'll get the hang of it after the first one. A sharp awl will make alignment much easier and accurate. It took me maybe 1/2-hour or so at each corner...that may be a bit optimistic, it could have been a bit longer, but the last one definitely was faster than the first! It has helped prevent the inevitable sand and stone chips you usually get behind the wheel without them.

The attached file is (I think) the proper installation instructions, but seems to be missing a cover page that describes what and how to paint them. That should come with them, or, if not, you should be able to get the dealer to print a copy for you. This will give you an idea of what's involved, though.
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Perfect -- as always, many thanks for the great info. I'm pretty sure that our Michigan winter has been every bit as severe as yours in NH, and I'll be seriously considering the flaps for next season.
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Ok, let's get back off-topic...

anyone drink kombucha? I personally like it due to the fact it is an amazing complex of flavors without sugar. Had this one the other day, cranberry seems to be a poplular flavor of mine as of late.

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Ahh, the dumbing of America. Was exiting a CVS outside Houston.

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Ahh, the dumbing of America. Was exiting a CVS outside Houston.
Is "Thru Drive" what they call it in the UK maybe?
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Is "Thru Drive" what they call it in the UK maybe?
this was exiting a CVS pharmacy...perhaps my steering wheel was on the wrong side and therefore I was reading it backwards?

BTW, don't know why pic was upside down as it was 90 degree rotated on my phone...almost seems random which way it will translate to when uploading from the phone.
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Ok, let's get back off-topic...

anyone drink kombucha? I personally like it due to the fact it is an amazing complex of flavors without sugar. Had this one the other day, cranberry seems to be a poplular flavor of mine as of late.

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Luv kambucha. we have a local brewer / supplier. They call theirs Buchi and have 3 or 4 flavors. One of the local ice cream shops freezes them into like a sherbet. making kambuchi floats is a special treat .. YUM ... one of their flavors is FIRE and it's got a bit of a bite to it.

Thanks for the off topic topic .. but i repeat myself
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Luv kambucha.
Thanks for the off topic topic .. but i repeat myself
Not sure if you've integrated into N. Kakalakka too well or the active cultures and enzymes were not adequately vetted, either way your speech seems a bit "off"!

The air and ice flavors seem very appealing. Sherbet kombucha...blowing my mind Ductordoc, looks like we are going to have to move east again!
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Greetings fellow F07 owners and drivers...I fear my participation medal to the latter may be revoked by the wife after our recent trip, so this may be my adieu...

First, we were down there as the better half entered the Galveston 70.3 (for the uninitiated that is the total distance travelled by a participant in a half ironman). Unfortunately, she was mentally unprepared for the cold, rainy overcast conditions and abandoned.

Second (just our HO and to twist a Jimmy Buffett lyric): if you ever get the chance to go to Galveston, take it from me, pass it by. It reminded us of a less poor, less beautiful Cozumel. Heck they even had cows about 10 yards from the beach...

Third, I learned why Texans are a religious folk. I was praying every time we approached a bridge/overpass that our GT would not lose alignment or snap a suspension part. Somebody needs to sue the state for excessive wear and tear to our cars because of the road to bridge transitions being so ****ty...there's no excuse for a state that doesn't see winters.

And finally why, I fear, my GT privileges will be relegated to cleaning, looking and occasionally being a passenger. Randomly while, in Houston proper, driving next to a truck a slightly smaller than golf ball sized rock was kicked up and fortunately hit the windshield and roof rack. Still don't know how we didn't get a crack in the windshield. Then it happened...we get to the hotel and she suggests a parking spot that has the curb on the passenger side. So I scraped the rim on the way in and out ...of course I had just chastised her about doing the very same thing just two weeks prior. It is of little consolation that it was the exact same wheel.

Before I sign off I do have a highlight! There was open road (and no bridges in sight) so the GT got to stretch its legs for about a mile at Autobahn speeds...still like the tires
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The wife and I stretched the legs of our GT for a 200 mile trip to Orlando. Could not be happier with the sure footed ride through violent Florida rain. And of all the restaurants and hotels, there's never any shame when valet'ing the GT. The navi is a godsend to boot with buildings and the whole 9 yards. The car is nimble and swift to negotiate all the traffic. My wife just tonight commented how safe she feels.
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LMAO, Daders ... great story, thank you. Got me grinning early. First time I scraped a rim I kept quiet until I could get it repaired ($100). Of course about a week later I did the same damn thing while my wife was in the car ... sigh ...
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LMAO, Daders ... great story, thank you. Got me grinning early. First time I scraped a rim I kept quiet until I could get it repaired ($100). Of course about a week later I did the same damn thing while my wife was in the car ... sigh ...

I concur, great story from daders and his latest visit to the "spousal doghouse" though one could infer from your confession that you may have spent some time there as well, possibly preceded by the same eyeroll that daders and I have experienced more than once.

I have slid on some black ice turning in an intersection in King of Prussia, PA and hit the curb at slow speed. The nice new OZ rims (with my snow tires) sustained some curb rash and my wife (who,of course, was with me) wanted me to find the nearest BMW dealer to check the suspension out but I convinced her that the damage was only superficial and the GT was driveable (we were 500 miles from home). It was fine and we returned home safely. My dealer could get it fixed if I chose to do so. So far I haven't.


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UPDATE...BREAKING NEWS: I have been informed that I scraped the wheel 3x, not 2x. Now I'm down to cleaning and looking at the GT from a distance...it makes cleaning very tedious!!

Ductordoc and Fish: I'm saddened to learn that I am not the only one to have this issue. Fortunately, like Fish, I had not yet repaired the previous curb rash. Self justification thusfar is that the instructions stated we needed 70-85 degree temperatures (which has only been the highs 4 out of 7 days...for the past month). Real procrastination reason is I want to pull the wheel off to avoid overspray and fear I will need to buy NASCAR pitcrew gear in order to loosen the lug nuts.
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UPDATE...BREAKING NEWS: I have been informed that I scraped the wheel 3x, not 2x. Now I'm down to cleaning and looking at the GT from a distance...it makes cleaning very tedious!!



Ductordoc and Fish: I'm saddened to learn that I am not the only one to have this issue. Fortunately, like Fish, I had not yet repaired the previous curb rash. Self justification thusfar is that the instructions stated we needed 70-85 degree temperatures (which has only been the highs 4 out of 7 days...for the past month). Real procrastination reason is I want to pull the wheel off to avoid overspray and fear I will need to buy NASCAR pitcrew gear in order to loosen the lug nuts.

Daders, someone is keeping real close score of your 'GTransgressions' and perhaps not gving you enough credit (and driving access) for keeping it fueled and (now with increased difficulty) clean.

I fear you are headed for a situation where the only tegilar ride you will 'enjoy' in the GT will be to be driven (in the back seat) to the gas station so you can get out to fuel it and then driven back home. To me, the main problem is the fact you seek to drive 'someone else's' GT. Is it time to get your own GT? Just a thought. Meanwhile, hang in there!

I envy your lamented temperatures of 'only a few days of 75-80'. The other day we one day of 75 and the next day it was 34 as a high followed by an overnight of 15. The day before yesterday the dogs' morning walk was done in a windchill of 15 and then it snowed all afternoon. It is gone now of course but if you could send some of your warm air our way I (and many others here) would appreciate it.



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Had to find a Battery for my key fob, which becoming weaker and I found a CR2450 at the dealer and replaced the old one. Very soon I noticed it was not performing, but also seemed to be as weak as the one I replaced. The battery called for was a CR2450N and the "N" is the key, when replacing the battery. I am not a battery person, but the "N" performed as a new battery should. SO for anyone replacing a battery on the KEY FOB, make sure all of the letters and numbers are shown for my 2012 535I, BMW GT-M, Sport the key FOB required a CR2450N. That was what worked and I found them at Auto Discount and battery Plus, made by Enercell part number 2301763 in a 3 pack for battery type CR2450N.
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