Detailer's Domain's 2016 BMW M2 in Long Beach Blue

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    A few months back I put an order in on the M2 with Wide World BMW - Ben Bautista is my SA there. Great guy and attentive.

    I first ordered Alpine White, then changed it to Long Beach Blue, then called Ben again and changed it to Mineral....well I got the call from Ben last week and he asked if I wanted to take delivery of the LBB that someone just dropped.

    I said sure why not. I'll come by and pick it up. Since our my family has grown up and a bit and no longer need a full out SUV, we decided to trade in the 2009 Audi Q7 TDI which we love so much but decided it would bring down the payments if we traded it now and exit out of it.

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    At the dealer - a bit excited so not many photos here. I would have preferred to have it still in the wrapper but oh well.
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    Moving the car out of the showroom.
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    After a super quick time with Joe the Finance guy I was off (Joe had me in and out within 5 minutes, what a relief!)

    Back at the shop
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    So far I love the car, it drives great and performs much better than I thought it would. Interior I still think is ehh and feels very plastic but we can take care of that. [​IMG]

    In the next couple of days here is a list of things we will be doing.
    • New Car Prep
    • Xpel Ultimate Paint Protection Film - if we have the time it will be completely wrapped
    • Nanolex SI3D
    • Remove BBS FI-R's from M3 - clean them up - coat them and do a test fit
    • Coding by Okee at Codemycar.com
    • Goodies from Rogues Engineering
    • Definitely a drop - M performance coilovers?
    • Black Kidney Grills
    • Black Side Gills
    • Possibly the M performance rear spoiler
    • Possibly the M performance rear valence
    • Possibly the M performance carbon fiber mirrors
    • Possibly the M performance carbon fiber spoiler
    • Possibly tint
    cleaning up the BBS FI-R's and putting a fresh coating on them.
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    a few more shots of the car prior to the wheels getting installed.
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    Loosening up those bolts
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    BBS FI-R's

    Front Size: 19 x 9.5 Wt (lbs): 16.5 CB: 72.5HW Kit: 09.30.368ET: 22
    Rear Size: 19 x 10.5 Wt (lbs): 17.5 CB: 72.5HW Kit: 09.30.368ET: 35

    Tires right now - 255 35 19 FRT / 275 35 19 R - Vredestein Vorti's

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    Sorry the car had a ton of pollen but these show that the wheels and tires don't poke from the top.
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    From the sides it does show poke but I'm hoping once it's dropped it will push them back a bit.
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    Some updates - Front Tension Arm Bushings and Sway bar links were replaced - suspension should handle a bit sharper with these mods, along side with the drop.

    Car sitting pretty at Rogue Engineering
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    1M Race ready sitting next to the M2
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    Rogue Engineering Monoball Front Tension Arm Bushing
    Rogue Engineering Adjustable Swaybar Links
    Rogue Stainless Steel Brake Lines - custom made
    M Performance Coilovers

    One quick shot with of the suspension more coming.
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    Teasers courtesy of Ben at Rogue .... what a tease.
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    got some updated photos from Rogue Engineering prior to the car getting an alignment.

    Nice clean install co's are in, ss brake lines are in, adjustable sway bar links.
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    car dropped wheels looking nice and on point.
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    Big thanks to Okee from CODEMYCAR.com for coding up the new M2.

    1) DVD In Motion (Navigation Required)
    2) Enable Video Playback Via USB Port (NBT Navigation Only). Video
    Playback Possible From USB Flash Drive/SSD Harddrive
    3) Allow The Ability To Add New Devices (Phone, iPod) To The System While Driving
    4) Enable The Ability To Use Office Functionality While Driving (Only
    Available With BMW Office)
    5) Turn On Zoom Feature For Rear View Camera
    6) Disable Legal Disclaimers (Startup, Cameras, Etc.)
    10) Transfer Phone’s Ringtone To Vehicle (Only Works With iPhones)
    13) Change BMW Sounds/Gongs To Mini, Rolls Royce or BMWi (NBT Navigation Only)
    14) Enable The Ability To Read Full Text Messages/Emails (As Opposed To
    The First 3 Lines) – Only Available With BMW Office
    17) Disable Seat Belt Chimes
    18) Close Windows & Sunroof With KeyFob
    19) Fold/Unfold Side Mirrors With KeyFob & Comfort Access
    20) Fold Side Mirrors As Soon As The Vehicle Is Locked
    21) Disable Window Safety (Allows One Touch Up Window Operation While Page 1 of 3 Door Is Open)
    23) Unlock Doors When Car Is Turned Off
    24) Radio/Nav Turns Off When Door Is Opened (After Pressing Stop Button Once)
    27) Disable Auto Start/Stop (A.S.S)
    31) Enable Taillights As DRLs, In Addition To Angel Eyes
    33) Disable Sidemarkers (Still Work As Turn Signals)
    35) Change ‘One Touch’ Lane Change Count From 3 Blinks to (4,5,6,etc)
    36) Enable Brake Force Braking (Flashing Taillights Activated With Heavy Braking)
    37) Enable Door Handle Lights To Come On When Car Is Put In Reverse
    41) Disable Headlight Washers
    46) Change Fuel Level Reserve Warning
    48) Disable AC/Climate From Automatically Turning On When Car Is Started
    49) Pressing ‘Auto’ On The Climate Control Does Not Activate AC
    50) Always Remember Seat Heating & Cooling Memory Upon Vehicle Start
    52) Euro MDM (///M Cars Only)
    4) Rear Fog Lights (Providing Programming and Hardware Modification)
     
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    it's killing me seeing all my M Performance pieces sitting at the shop, just waiting till we clear out all the other work before we install these.

    BMW M Performance Carbon Fiber Rear Spoiler 51622334541
    BMW Carbon Fiber Mirror Caps / Right 51162211904
    BMW Carbon Fiber Mirror Caps / Left 51162211905
    BMW M Performance Air Breather Side Grilles / Left 51712407179
    BMW M Performance Air Breather Side Grilles / Right 51712407180
    BMW Rear Diffusor Carbon Fiber 51192361666
    BMW M Performance Black Kidney Grilles / Right 51712355448
    BMW M Performance Black Kidney Grilles / Left 51712355447

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    I think the fitment is perfect, nice and aggressive! I think BBS calls this a tuner fitment.

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    sorry for the delay here is the set up.

    BlendMount set up with my Escort Passport 360 later today.

    Here is a discount code from Blendmount Click here for the promo code

    I picked up this one for my set up make sure you pick up the one that works for you Blendmount

    Mirror Tap go with the 12 inch one.

    Super easy to do with the mirror tap - remove the mirror covers, jump the power/red cable to the green and yellow - and the ground/black to the black and brown cable.

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    a couple of pics from Bimmerfest 2016.

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    who doesn't love clean cars - I know I do, especially your own LOL.

    some shots of my clean up on my M2 -

    Products used
    2 Grit Guard Buckets
    Adam's Car Wash Shampoo
    Uber Super Duper Foam Cannon
    Kranzle Pressure Washer K1122TST
    Uber Stubby Trigger
    Nanolex Wheel Cleaner and Iron Remover
    Nanolex Tire and Rubber Restorer
    Wheel Woolies
    EZ Detail Brush
    Uber Boar's Hair Brush
    Adam's Wash Mitt
    Nanoskin Autoscrub Fine
    Metro Air Force Master Blaster - 8 hp
    Kenotek Showroom Shine
    Nanolex Glass Cleaner
    Nanolex Interior Cleaner

    Ugh dirty wheels
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    Nanolex Wheel Cleaner and Iron Remover on wheels
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    Nanolex Wheel Cleaner and Iron Remover on paint
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    The EZ Detail Brush is the best tool to reach behind the brake calipers
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    Uber Super Duper Foam Cannon produces some amazing foam!
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    Nanoskin Autoscrub Sponge Fine - a great sub in for the traditional clay bar
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    A quick wash and back home
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    Loving the M2.

    Upgrade time - BMW M Performance Steering Wheel - Alcantara with the blue stripe.

    Genuine BMW F80/82/83 M3 & M4 M Performance Steering Wheel (non-electronic). Includes lower trim with carbon fiber insert. Airbag, multifunction buttons, paddles, etc. not included and must be transferred from stock steering wheel.

    You will lose your heated steering wheel function with this upgrade

    Part number - 32302344147**

    Buy and support our sponsors.

    Didn't want to mess around with this one myself so I let my tech at BMW handle it, Jesse is the man at Wide World BMW.

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    M Performance Alcantara/Carbon Fiber Interior - 5 pieces - installed

    Well not exactly just 2 pieces out of the 5.

    I'm not all that much a fan of our "dry/matte" carbon fiber interior trim, I knew that BMW made some the Alcantara Carbon Fiber Interior Kit.

    So I pulled the trigger picked up the 5 piece set for the two pieces.

    The two pieces that I needed
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    Take a look

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    Open the glove box door and pull the trim off - use a pry tool if necessary.
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    very easy to install about a 5 minute install

    just a quick pull
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    pull the ac vent out from the bottom pop it out and replace it with the new piece (sorry no photo)

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    more interior trim pieces -

    installing the IND F87 M2 Alcantara Custom Stitched Armrest

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    Got some pics from the unwrapping of the Akrapovic

    A quick description from the Akra site.

    Made from ultra-lightweight high-grade titanium, which will lower the overall weight of the car and improve handling. This perfectly finished ECE-approved system has been tuned to get the most from the TwinPower Turbo six-cylinder engine of the M2 and is designed to deliver more power all the way across the rev range. This new system features two separate tubes from the downpipe to the muffler – unlike the car’s original single-tube configuration. It is perfectly routed and shaped to provide optimum gas flow from the M2’s stunning engine and deliver a noticeable performance increase. The sound has also been enhanced by Akrapovič’s engineers; the unique external sound is higher in pitch, giving a true racing feel in the upper rpm range. The Evolution Line is perfect for everyday use, with low-rpm driving smooth and refined, but still showing the true potential of the system – and, when higher revs are hit and the valves are permanently open, the sound has an addictive racing tone. A simple plug-and-play system offers a superb addition to improve the performance of the BMW M2. Carbon-fibre tailpipes give an added look to the rear of the M2, to display its sporting potential. Performance can be further increased with the addition of the optional downpipes, which can be purchased with or without cats. To set off the system to its visual best, optional parts are also available.

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    I'm already excited with Akra with such extreme attention to detail in just the packaging alone. Quality!

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    Here is pic heavy install of the Eventuri Carbon Fiber Intake for the F87 M2.

    Picked this up from the team at IND.

    Popped the hood only to find it a bit dusty and full of leaves so I decided to clean up the motor first.

    Products used to do the engine clean up
    Kranzle 1122TST Cold Water Pressure Washer
    Kwazar Venus Pro Super Foamer
    Wheel Woolies 20 inch Black Boar's Hair Brush
    Adam's Polishes All Purpose Cleaner
    Sonax Plastic Care - Exterior and interior dressing
    Metro Air Force Blaster 8 hp

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    Hit the motor up with some Adam's All Purpose Cleaner
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    Agitate the dust and grime
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    A quick blow dry while the motor was running will ensure good drying times

    Used the Sonax Plastic Care to dress up the engine bay
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    Nice and clean and ready for my next step.
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    Unpacking the Eventuri Carbon Fiber Air Intake.
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    Great packing to ensure nothing is broken in transit
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    Lots of stuffing and everything was organized well - packing slip.
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    Opened it up and it was Christmas! Who doesn't love carbon fiber!
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    Detailed photos of the parts
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    Of course being a bit OCD I went ahead and polished it out and coated it with Nanolex SI3D HD

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    Nanolex SI3D HD - Pro Use Only
    Uber All Purpose Microfiber Towels

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    Stock Sound vs Eventuri Carbon Fiber Intake
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    Actual instructions for this install are here - Eventuri Carbon Fiber Intake Installation for the BMW M2

    I bought mine at IND - Click here to purchase the Eventuri Carbon Fiber Intake for the BMW M2
     
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    Let’s talk about the installation process. Akrapovič estimates 3 hours to do this. It is not as simple as removing the stock system and tightening up the Akrapovič. Whether or not you spring for the Sound Kit, there is some minor work that must be done under the trunk liner on the left-hand side of the vehicle. More on that later.
    Now for the fun stuff:
    The Akrapovič Evolution system for the M2 includes virtually everything you need for the install. Before anything, note that you can find the Official Akrapovič installation manual

    What's in the box:
    Installation manual
    Compliance Documents (if applicable)
    Warranty
    All necessary fitting materials
    Control Module
    Sleeved Matte Carbon Tips
    And of course – the Muffler & Pipes.

    Tools required:
    Nitrile gloves – this is imperative! Any finger prints left on the titanium will burn in and leave some nasty looking marks. Nobody wants that on a system this well put together.
    T-handle swiveling 13mm wrench
    T-handle 6mm three hexagon wrench
    Torx 30
    Torx E10
    Torx E12
    16mm Socket

    Before installation please note that Akrapovič provides torque specs for every bolt that needs to be tightened. In addition, they include their own Bolt Sealant, Anti-Seize Copper Paste, and Anti-Seizing Grease.
    On to the install.

    The factory exhaust is a single piece with oval piping all the way back to the muffler, a resonator, and a flex section just before the downpipe. The picture below shows the factory resonator, flex piping, and the chassis brace (which gave us a little headache later in the install).
    Get the car up on a lift and follow the directions closely. You don’t want to make the mistake of mounting the exhaust before wiring the control module it comes with.

    Now the fun begins.
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    We ran into some difficulty removing the clamp from the OEM downpipe here as the bolt on the clamp seized. We cut it off and installed a brand-new replacement. This also meant we needed a replacement gasket – nobody wants leaks. So you’re aware, this single-use gasket does NOT come with the equipment in the Akrapovič box.

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    You may want a second person with you to support the weight of the muffler. Remove the exhaust hangers and drop the system. Simple enough, the OEM exhaust is off the car.

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    Set everything aside and bring the car down. We now have to wire the control module that talks to the valves. To do this, the trunk floor and left-hand side liners must be removed. It’s easiest to remove the side liner with the backseat folded down. Upon removal we’re focusing on connecting the Akrapovič Control Module with the additional Sound Kit to the main wiring that runs through the trunk.

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    For the sound kit to work, you must set two of the wires from the main harness inside of the Can Sniffer supplied by Akrapovič. You simply set them on the device, no cutting necessary. The instruction manual specifically states that the wires to be attached are yellow/red and yellow/brown. It also states that if two groupings of this color exist, use the one that is less tightly intertwined. One small problem: we had 3 groupings of the same color.

    We kept the liner out of the trunk for easy access to the Can Sniffer later on.

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    Had some clearance issues with the Chassis Brace. That’s what happens when you move to dual piping! We attempted to rotate the Akrapovič but it would then rub against the heat shield. The fix was to add washers for clearance, although this solution isn’t ideal.
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    Before mounting the tips, we lowered the car and put it in radio ready mode. We had to ensure we had the right wires running through the Can Sniffer. Good thing we left the trunk liner out - we had used the wrong set of wires initially.
    After fixing this mixup, the valves were functional and the Sound Kit remote was communicating with the valves as well.

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    With everything put together, we tightened up the wiring and put the liner back in the trunk. The M2 is ready for delivery.

    As far as the tips go - they play well with the Gloss Carbon M Performance Diffuser despite some initial concerns. Alignment was a breeze. I took it for a short test drive to ensure no rattles or vibrations and that was that. No issues, time for pickup.

    We staged the M2 on our Delivery Center floor. It's not every day you see an M2 like this one. It drew tons of attention, and every angle begged for another photo to be taken. I'll leave a few of those below.
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    As far as sound goes, nobody ever said louder is better. Make no mistake, the Akrapovič certainly is louder, it is the perfect enhancement to the stock exhaust note. Tons of snap crackle pop action. It's throaty as all hell and you can feel the engine breathing much more freely given the combination of the Eventuri Intake and Akrapovič Evolution Exhaust. I had the pleasure of driving behind the M2 with the newly installed Akrapovič system and it was all music to my ears.

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    Not the best video but some great sound bytes
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    A huge thank you to HRE Wheels & Akrapovič for the hassle-free process and super fast shipping. Also cannot thank Phil DetailersDomain enough for making this happen.

    Also a big shout to Mo for the time he took on this installation.

    The system was supplied by HRE Wheels

    We have an open door at our Delivery Center by the way! Come check us out at Park Ave BMW. 490 Huyler St. South Hackensack, NJ 07606
     
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    Installed the BMW M Performance Stainless Steel Pedal Covers

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