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  1. pretty sure you all could guess my opinion, so I'm just gonna leave this here... it's the only place it belongs: (if it wasn't obvious....i think it's a hideous abomination that must be stopped)
  2. We'll be bringing down a few cars from the North bay....(and a bunch of parts for display and sale) Hoping to find some time to break away from the vendor booth to walk around and chill this time (and meet/talk with people!) See you all real soon, -Forrest
  3. This is correct. the box top is same for both 2002 & e21 application, but the bottom is completely different. this will not fit the 2002 chassis. e21 only.
  4. That would definitely look stealth! (& easy access to hardware from under floor pan) I do hate sheet metal screws shot through the floor and hanging down asking to rust... or poke ya when the car's on the lift!
  5. Our new cast aluminum dead pedals are designed specifically for the BMW 2002 (tread design matches OEM accelerator pedal) and help to aid in driver comfort and access to clutch pedal while driving aggressively, on and off track. The upper mounting holes lock under factory underdash panel tab, (drilling optional) lower mounting holes require two 3/32” holes drilled in floor pan. (to install two #8 sheet metal screws, provided...or as I recommend, install two m4 threaded inserts) choice of three finish options: raw/tumbled cast aluminum, satin black powder coat and satin black powder coat with brushed KoogleWerks logo. http://www.kooglewerks.com/products/cast-aluminum-dead-pedal
  6. We've been hard at work (and having a lot of fun) developing new "period correct / vintage" motorsport products for the 2002 community! Our new cast aluminum dead pedals are designed specifically for the BMW 2002 (tread design matches OEM accelerator pedal) and help to aid in driver comfort and access to clutch pedal while driving aggressively, on and off track. The upper mounting holes lock under factory underdash panel tab, (drilling optional) lower mounting holes require two 3/32” holes drilled in floor pan. (to install two #8 sheet metal screws, provided) choice of three finish options: raw/tumbled cast aluminum, satin black powder coat and satin black powder coat with brushed KoogleWerks logo. http://www.kooglewerks.com/products/cast-aluminum-dead-pedal
  7. We have been very busy the last couple months (beside the holidays and some other side-tracked projects) developing a few new parts. I like the look of exposed velocity stacks as much as the next guy, but lets face it: Clean air is highly underrated... & when you've spent thousands of dollars on a motor.. (and do not have a "race team budget" to afford a refresh every season) you cannot afford to put a piece of mesh over an open stack. dust and dirt are everywhere, just take a wide line and drop a wheel off the pavement. Enter the "cast aluminum DCOE velocity elbow air filter adapter" (a lot to swallow, I know!) This is similar (and a direct replacement) to the part supplied by Alpina for the A3 and other (E9 6 cyl) airboxes. It is Designed for ample flow to supply a 48mm side draft carburetor (weber, mikuni, solex, dellorto, etc.) and available in sizes cut to "port match" a 40, 42, 44, 45, & 48mm carb. This part will work on virtually ANY side draft equipped vehicle that has limited filter clearance. the first batch of these are finished & almost ready to list on the website.... followed by a couple different filter housing options I am working on right now, to compliment them. they will also retrofit to existing ITG, UNI, K&N and other filters with minimal effort.
  8. Looks like your current setup has the airbox bracket supported by/tied into the strut tower brace baseplate? that's kinda a slick way to go (if it supports it well enough) ...as the brackets I've made are dimensionally identical to OE tii, but require drilling into the inner fender to install (or as OE, they can be welded & painted)
  9. ...& a sneak peak on another prototype project nearing production: it’s overbuilt. It looks different. It’s our “special needs” strut tower brace, designed to fit/clear any and all possible engine/induction variations (even allows the A4s airbox top & filter to be serviced without removal)
  10. Two new 3” air inlet adapter options: left side is a “no cutting or drilling design that requires a battery relocation, right side incorporates an engineered bell-mouth design to optimize velocity (requires cutting nose panel) both come as a “kit” with flexible heigh heat hose and clamps.
  11. Marine vinyl “soft” driving/fog lamp covers (two sizes & lots of new graphics and colorways available soon)
  12. Yes guys, I agree 100% with the “drill holes in your shock towers” thing!...oh and another update with new parts coming soon...like these “bolt-on retrofit tii (& Alpina A4s) airbox mounts
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