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    Intelligent wipers module - by E30 Innovative Goods

    Hi,

    While the ECONO gauge is under development we finished something else.

    It is a wipers module with some extra features:
    - super easy P&P installation
    - adjustable interval time
    - double swipe 5 seconds after wash function

    Everything is explained in the video:


    We have a prototype.
    If there is enough interest we can make a batch. We'll need at least 10 to go forward.

    You don't know you need it until you have it. We went to a 1500 mile trip last year with a few rain sections and it was very useful!

    Price: 60 USD, worldwide shipping included.

    Any takers?

    1.
    2.
    3.
    ...
    Committed to excellence!

    If you don't know that there's a lot you don't know, you think you know everything.
    Our threads:
    E30 One-Touch windows
    E30 Intelligent wipers
    E30 Econo gauge - still R&D
    E30 SI Shift Lights
    E30 Hazard Switch Multigauge - still R&D

    Feedback thread:
    E30 Innovative Goods

    Our pages:
    http://www.e30ig.com
    https://www.facebook.com/InnovativeG

    #2
    This is pretty rad.

    Does the wiper interval reset to default/stock if you turn the wipers off or turn the car off?
    P.O.S 1989 325is - aka Project Sh*tbox

    Project Shitbox - Restomod and other stuff - soon to be 328is

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      #3
      ooooooh...... i've been complaining to my bf that the only thing i don't like about the e30 is that there's not really intermittent wipers. if this allows me to adjust the timing between wipes, then i'd be all over this!
      Current daily: 2003 Mitsubishi Evo (Isabelle)
      Gone, but never forgotten: 2017 VW Golf R 6sp (Maria, sold)
      1989 325i 5sp (Lorelei, sold)
      1991 BMW 318is 5sp (Michaela; totaled)
      2000 Mitsubishi Eclipse GS 5sp (Selena, parted out)

      IG: mitsugal_jenni

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        #4
        I'd buy one. PayPal ready.
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        '07 335i Alpine/Black Sedan
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          #5
          Pretty cool. I built a speed sensitive module based on the E36 module 6 or 7 years ago but nobody wanted to pay what it cost me to make them.

          It's definitely worth doing - I just leave mine on intermittent most of the time, and they automatically speed up/slow down as your speed changes.
          Build thread

          Bimmerlabs

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            #6
            $60? Yes. Put me on the list.
            AWD > RWD

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              #7
              let's get this list started:

              1. car_gal_jenni
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              Current daily: 2003 Mitsubishi Evo (Isabelle)
              Gone, but never forgotten: 2017 VW Golf R 6sp (Maria, sold)
              1989 325i 5sp (Lorelei, sold)
              1991 BMW 318is 5sp (Michaela; totaled)
              2000 Mitsubishi Eclipse GS 5sp (Selena, parted out)

              IG: mitsugal_jenni

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                #8
                I'd probably be down.

                Originally posted by nando View Post
                Pretty cool. I built a speed sensitive module based on the E36 module 6 or 7 years ago but nobody wanted to pay what it cost me to make them.

                It's definitely worth doing - I just leave mine on intermittent most of the time, and they automatically speed up/slow down as your speed changes.
                Thats what I really want in my e30.
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                2001 Z3 2.5i Steel Gray/Black (Lexi)
                1988 325ix Diamond Schwartz/Black (Izzy)
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                  #9
                  Originally posted by badwella View Post
                  This is pretty rad.

                  Does the wiper interval reset to default/stock if you turn the wipers off or turn the car off?
                  Thanks.

                  Yes, it does :up:

                  Originally posted by car_gal_jenni View Post
                  ooooooh...... i've been complaining to my bf that the only thing i don't like about the e30 is that there's not really intermittent wipers. if this allows me to adjust the timing between wipes, then i'd be all over this!
                  That's the point of this modul.
                  Committed to excellence!

                  If you don't know that there's a lot you don't know, you think you know everything.
                  Our threads:
                  E30 One-Touch windows
                  E30 Intelligent wipers
                  E30 Econo gauge - still R&D
                  E30 SI Shift Lights
                  E30 Hazard Switch Multigauge - still R&D

                  Feedback thread:
                  E30 Innovative Goods

                  Our pages:
                  http://www.e30ig.com
                  https://www.facebook.com/InnovativeG

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                    #10
                    1. car_gal_jenni
                    2. Stonea
                    3.
                    My Garage
                    2001 Z3 2.5i Steel Gray/Black (Lexi)
                    1988 325ix Diamond Schwartz/Black (Izzy)
                    1989 325i Cirrus Blue/Houndstooth (Stitch)
                    Feedback

                    Instagram: Stone.Hopkins

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                      #11
                      1. car_gal_jenni
                      2. Stonea
                      3. badwella
                      4.
                      P.O.S 1989 325is - aka Project Sh*tbox

                      Project Shitbox - Restomod and other stuff - soon to be 328is

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                        #12
                        1. car_gal_jenni
                        2. Stonea
                        3. badwella
                        4. KDevitt
                        1990 Diamond Black E30 320i Touring
                        1994 Jet Black E36 320i

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                          #13
                          1. car_gal_jenni
                          2. Stonea
                          3. badwella
                          4. KDevitt
                          5. KingDaka
                          1990 320i RHD Touring (slow project)
                          1988 1JZ-GTE Shaved/Wire tucked Coupe (old project-scrapped and stripped)
                          2004 Subaru Forester XT

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                            #14
                            pretty cool. I notice a slight delay before it starts it's cycle which is cool. currently mine just sprays straight at the wipers for the first second.

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                              #15
                              For installation, does this just replace the wiper relay? (really that easy?)

                              This would usually be one of those things that I wouldn't care about, but for $60 it seems like a nice feature to have.
                              Originally posted by priapism
                              My girl don't know shit, but she bakes a mean cupcake.
                              Originally posted by shameson
                              Usually it's best not to know how much money you have into your e30

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