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    #46
    Originally posted by E30 Innovative Goods View Post
    We don't think it is necessary
    Well, it's all fun and game till you set someone's car on fire! Doh!

    Originally posted by E30 Innovative Goods View Post
    1/4" - well that's tough to master even without any modules
    I think that instinctively saying, it not quite true. On any car I've ever owned, being able to crack the window to what ever little bit I wanted to is kinda important.

    This is a good first start! But not really complete, or 100% functional, since there are better options out there.

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      #47
      Originally posted by Mikhail Bakunin View Post
      Well, it's all fun and game till you set someone's car on fire! Doh!



      I think that instinctively saying, it not quite true. On any car I've ever owned, being able to crack the window to what ever little bit I wanted to is kinda important.

      This is a good first start! But not really complete, or 100% functional, since there are better options out there.
      Theoretically, the window should work the same way as stock if you learn how long the switch needs to be held down to achieve the desired gap without making the window go into 1 touch mode. Besides, what's the big deal between 1/4" and let's say 1/2"?

      While I agree, it needs to be enclosed/wrapped, this is very close to perfect. I'd say it's the best option for E30 owners with stock switches. 100% plug and play, takes up very little space and zero wiring or rewiring. The price is fair as well. I have installed aftermarket units with about 15 wire connections x 2 for 4 windows. So I can appreciate the simplicity of this product. PnP means you can move them from car to car with little effort should you sell or wreck the car.

      E30 Innovative Goods:
      I forgot to ask...is there a current limiter that stops the window motors once the window is fully open/closed or there's an obstruction?
      "I'd probably take the E30 M3 in this case just because I love that little car, and how tanky that inline 6 is." - thecj

      85 323i M TECH 1 S52 - ALPINEWEISS/SCHWARZE
      88 M3 - LACHSSILBER/SCHWARZE
      89 M3 - ALPINEWEISS II/M TECH CLOTH-ALCANTARA
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        #48
        Originally posted by reelizmpro View Post
        Theoretically, the window should work the same way as stock if you learn how long the switch needs to be held down to achieve the desired gap without making the window go into 1 touch mode. Besides, what's the big deal between 1/4" and let's say 1/2"?
        Actually it is the other way around. You need to hold the switch a little longer for it to skip the one touch function. So a press and hold will start the window moving (after a short delay). Then it is up to your reflexes to release the switch. The faster you are the smaller the opening will be. :)

        Originally posted by reelizmpro View Post
        While I agree, it needs to be enclosed/wrapped, this is very close to perfect. I'd say it's the best option for E30 owners with stock switches. 100% plug and play, takes up very little space and zero wiring or rewiring. The price is fair as well. I have installed aftermarket units with about 15 wire connections x 2 for 4 windows. So I can appreciate the simplicity of this product. PnP means you can move them from car to car with little effort should you sell or wreck the car.
        Thank you for appreciating the work done.
        As said, we are looking into a way to make it more water-proof.

        Originally posted by reelizmpro View Post
        E30 Innovative Goods:
        I forgot to ask...is there a current limiter that stops the window motors once the window is fully open/closed or there's an obstruction?
        Yes there is. It stops the motors if the current exceeds a certain value. :up:
        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:
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          #49
          Originally posted by E30 Innovative Goods View Post
          Well, I don't know what it looks like, but E30 Innovative Goods is a two guy team. We make this stuff for fun in our spare time for our cars. We offer the mods to anyone else that wants them.
          A batch means we know in advance the number sets needed and it just makes it much much easier for us to plan the time to order, assemble and test a bunch of the same modules.

          In short it makes our lives easier and leaves more time to R&D other modules.
          You can, of course, order through our website also. :)
          This is pretty awesome of you guys to do. Cool stuff.

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            #50
            Perfect been waiting for something like this for a long time
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              #51
              Any discount if we buy a pair of these + the wiper relay?

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                #52
                any kind of volume discount?
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                  #53
                  Originally posted by dishwab View Post
                  Any discount if we buy a pair of these + the wiper relay?
                  Originally posted by djjerme View Post
                  any kind of volume discount?
                  Sorry, can't give you a discount for small orders.
                  We can talk about discounts for orders of 10 pairs (or 10 pieces of other modules, or a combination of modules) through PM.
                  Last edited by E30 Innovative Goods; 01-13-2017, 09:48 AM.
                  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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                    #54
                    Closing first batch!

                    ### BATCH #1 ####################
                    1. Michael Star, Pair
                    2. car_gal_jenni, pair
                    3. tmacbmw74, pair
                    4. ethurtee, pair
                    5. valepiy, 2 pairs
                    6. 325_e30, 2 pairs
                    7. korn, pair
                    8. E30arsen, pair
                    9. GarrettE30, pair
                    10. e30jps, pair
                    11. das delfin, 2 pairs
                    12. NYCDelphin, pair
                    13. E Coded, pair
                    14. TheWipprSnappr - Left
                    15. abrokenframe - pair
                    ### CLOSED ##############

                    It may take us a while to make the PCBs, assemble and test finished modules.
                    Please be patient.
                    To be fair to everyone, we will start collecting payments and sending the modules as soon as we finish making/testing the whole batch. Should take us about 3 weeks.
                    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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                      #55
                      Sweet! can't wait

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                        #56
                        Second batch? I need pair for one car. How will it do with convertible?
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                          #57
                          I'm in for the second batch!
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                            #58
                            It would be really cool if you made a set compatible with the popular e36 switch conversion! though I suppose you could splice in this unit between the original e30 wiring and the e36 pigtail no?

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                              #59
                              Originally posted by pilotskillse30 View Post
                              Second batch? I need pair for one car. How will it do with convertible?
                              Originally posted by stonea View Post
                              I'm in for the second batch!
                              Of course, we can open a second batch. I'm sure there will be enough interest for at least 10 orders.
                              But we will only start working on it after we finish the first batch. Thanks for understanding.

                              ###### BATCH #2 ######
                              1. pilotskillse30, pair
                              2. stonea, pair ?
                              3.
                              4.
                              ...
                              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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                                #60
                                Originally posted by pilotskillse30 View Post
                                Second batch? I need pair for one car. How will it do with convertible?
                                We are working on a add-on module, that will be able to open all windows with a master switch. One-touch modules from all four windows will connect to this module. The windows will open according to factory instructions for convertibles.
                                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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