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  1. Thanks guys, appreciate the opinions. The US overriders actually fit better as you can see. Not sure why but the Euro's just don't hug the bumper for some reason. Maybe the bumper has a slightly different form on this early model.
  2. Looking for thoughts or opinions on Euro versus US bumper overriders.
  3. This popped up recently, interesting the pic they chose for this article. https://www.reuters.com/article/us-health-coronavirus-autos/us-auto-industry-backs-tax-relief-delaying-usmca-start-after-coronavirus-idUSKBN2173NV
  4. I'm fairly certain Jenvey manufacture only in the UK. Unless they are false advertising on their website. "Jenvey Dynamics design, develop and manufacture all significant throttle body and induction system components in our single UK manufacturing site. This enables the close control of quality, research and confidentiality, essential in all forms of motorsport." I'm having good luck with my ITB's so far, but they are still young.
  5. I agree, I don't have anywhere near the knowledge to support it myself. Shop does everything. However that said, it seems rock solid and reliable. Jeff Sent from my SM-G973U using Tapatalk
  6. Here are some pics of my car, work done by North Bay Bavarian in California. Jenvey and AEM. Car starts and runs trouble free. Good luck with your project, you won’t be disappointed. Jeff
  7. The best I have found for this topic is to perform a search inside the registry but it by no means gives a total universe of what BMW actually produced in each color. However, I’m thinking maybe it gives a rough idea of percentages if the law of averages apply. That is to say the total number of one color divided by the total might help you understand. I’m guessing then you could take that percentage and apply it to the total number built in any given year. I’m guessing with the 02 having so many colors most colors we're in the single digit percentile of the total. Just thinking out loud however and I have no way to validate my thought process, lol. My two cents Jeff
  8. I believe that's already a 55Amp(AL-116) or 65Amp(AL-44) Alternator depending on model. So you are already quite a bit over stock 02. Is there a reason you need more than 55Amp? However, I'm using the same alternator on a non-Tii. So I assume this must be a Tii bracket issue as well. Jeff
  9. Got the car back Wednesday after a long six months. Rick and the crew at North Bay Bavarian in Santa Rosa did a phenomenal job on the engine compartment cleanup, wiring, and engine rebuild. Car really runs strong, Jenvey and EFI, really pulling well. Really pleased with how everything turned out. Really pleased with the Speedhut gauges as well. A few minor oddities but all in all really pleased. Jeff Sent from my SM-G973U using Tapatalk
  10. I’m hoping to finally have my car and be in Los Gatos this weekend. It’s been a long 6 months without it but looking forward to picking it up before Saturday.
  11. One thing that might be a cool idea for our famous web developer, would be to have a filter option within the registry to filter a few of the categories. That is to say like show me all the vehicles of a chosen color. Or show me the vehicles of a given year. That probably would answer quite a few of repetitive questions we see on the FAQ. Maybe the FAQ Gods are listening:) Regards Jeff
  12. Jenvey, and yes have to use Tii brake booster. Thanks Jeff
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