I posted a pic of where I mounted the switch in my last post, look above. I ran the wiring along the left size of the vehicle under the carpet and lower door mouldings.Evan, I was always a huge fan of your wagons. You continue to impress with your X5!
Question for ya, for the QTP cutout. How you plan to route the wiring for the switch, and where will you mount it?
I haven't looked into the synthetic clay bars. If it is a mit I am not sure if would fit my hands, I am bit of a big boy at 6'8" with a 7'2" wingspan, size 17 feet, and hands are lovingly referred to as banana hands.those brakes look so mean!
may I ask how you came about using panamera calipers in the rear?
I am on the hunt for something that fits on f25 x3's and our choices are slim. If I could find a way to source parts off other cars (like panamera's) it would open up a new world for us f25 guys
looking real real clean, inside and out. have you ever looked into synthetic clay bars (clay mitts) at all? I was able to clay my entire f25 2x if not 3x faster than using traditional clay.
Thanks but to be clear I didn't fabricate the brackets, they were premade for this application.much respect on the brakes, so much research and rest fitting involved. and my hats goes off to those who have the ability to fab up their own brackets and mounts *salute*