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  • PieterVN
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    PFEBA AERODYNAMIK BODY KIT (Skirts & Door trims)

    Hi guys, i bought my 318iS a couple of months ago with original M-Tech 2 parts apart from the side skirts and door trim.
    After searching i found out these are OEM BMW Pfeba Aerodynamic parts. Another line of bodykit offered on the Type 1 & Type 2 cars.

    Does anybody else have these installed or does anybody know someone that owns these? I'm tempted to remove them and search for original M-Tech 2 skirts, door pods and put these ones up for sale.


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  • DELPHINtimecapsule
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    Originally posted by stonea View Post
    I've heard of them before but never seen them. I would love to find a set someday.
    I bought them off ebay.de and seller was willing to ship to US...took forever because of covid. I did not know what they were when I bought them, and had to research. I just knew they were OEM and at that price I should get them.

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  • stonea
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    Originally posted by DELPHINtimecapsule View Post
    [ Anyone ever seen these before? I had not.
    I've heard of them before but never seen them. I would love to find a set someday.

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  • moatilliatta
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    Originally posted by cornchip View Post

    Indeed if it isn't, I've added it to my list of ideas for 3D printed rare E30 parts at e30update.com. If you want me to reverse-engineer it to be 3D printed, consider becoming a patron through Patreon. The link to the Patreon is on my YouTube channel which you can link to from my website. The cool thing about a part like this is that you can engineer it to be even better than the original. The first official E30 Update product is a great example of that, and really part of the point of E30 Update & 3D printing in general.

    (updated for info & clarity)
    Thanks for sharing, Ordering diving board front plate filler NOW!

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  • DELPHINtimecapsule
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  • cornchip
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    Originally posted by LateFan View Post
    I just need this little transmission shift mount bracket. Not anything special, just not made any more. Part # 25111207113, called a "bow" by BMW.

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    Interesting that this wouldn't be available anymore either as "Genuine BMW" or from some aftermarket/OEM supplier. Seems like at least someone like garagistic would make one.

    Indeed if it isn't, I've added it to my list of ideas for 3D printed rare E30 parts at e30update.com. If you want me to reverse-engineer it to be 3D printed, consider becoming a patron through Patreon. The link to the Patreon is on my YouTube channel which you can link to from my website. The cool thing about a part like this is that you can engineer it to be even better than the original. The first official E30 Update product is a great example of that, and really part of the point of E30 Update & 3D printing in general.

    I went through this thread and added a few other ideas to the list, although I already have a couple dozen ideas, a few of which are already in various states of completion or waiting to be posted.

    Besides re-creating rare & unavailable parts I'm also going to be doing custom upgrade parts as well.

    Anyway, consider supporting on Patreon, and check out my site for the first available products. Lots more products on the way as I get time - maybe this one! Any questions just ask. here or feel free to DM me.

    PS - if you don't want to go to e30update.com or the youtube chanel etc. but are still curious what the first E30 Update parts are I attached a pic of the glove box latch. So if you want to fix your broken glove box latch, or want to replace it before it does (recommended) these are available to purchase. Not exactly rare, but not exactly tons of them either. And the ones that are available are still 30yo pot metal. FWIW The 3D prints are much stronger.

    Top: 3D printed metal latch


    (updated for info & clarity)
    Last edited by cornchip; 07-19-2020, 10:45 AM.

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  • LateFan
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    I just need this little transmission shift mount bracket. Not anything special, just not made any more. Part # 25111207113, called a "bow" by BMW.

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  • Stan
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    How about mudflaps for the cabriolet / vert?
    I have been searching for > 6 months.

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  • Glaede
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    Just got this yesterday. Zender steering wheel. Think its pretty rare!
    Its about 360 mm in diameter.

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  • Stan
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    Weismann hardtop for the vert is rare.
    How many of them are out in the wild?

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  • mr2peak
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    I have a new in box rubber dashboard and glove box. I'm fairly certain it's the last one left. Box has BMW South Africa stickers.

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  • flyboyx
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    i've had offers of well over 2k for my original set, so considering how good this one looks, i would say it is quite a bargain indeed.

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  • D.Martijn
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    Originally posted by flyboyx View Post



    so that is a repro? it looks pretty darn good. if you don't mind me asking, what did it cost all in?
    Yes it's a repro. I think it looks great as well.
    I paid 514€ including shipping to Belgium, the seller/maker of these is located in France.

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  • flyboyx
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    Originally posted by D.Martijn View Post
    Pretty rare if you can find the original Alpina vent gauges.
    However I just installed this repro vent gauge from a guy on Instagram. (JR_Parts_France)

    Wiring loom, sensors and a manual as well all included. Very happy with my purchase!


    so that is a repro? it looks pretty darn good. if you don't mind me asking, what did it cost all in?

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  • e30m3s54turbo
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    Originally posted by D.Martijn View Post
    Pretty rare if you can find the original Alpina vent gauges.
    However I just installed this repro vent gauge from a guy on Instagram. (JR_Parts_France)

    Wiring loom, sensors and a manual as well all included. Very happy with my purchase!
    Yes, they are rare and expensive to buy.

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