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Old 10-17-2012, 03:04 AM   #121
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Join Date: May 2012
Location: Spokane WA
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My Ride: 2005 325ci
Originally Posted by Busabos77 View Post
Just finished cleaning my interior with Meguiars interior detailer... I took some photos but the interior cleaner made it a little shiny. Once the cleaner dries out and gets absorbed, it should go back to matte finish... I installed my grey front seats to be able to drive the car and see if there was anything else that we forgot to connect... So far so good... All the controls, dash lights and ac vents are working... Only problem I had was the sport button mode. I tried pressing it and I just did not feel the pedal sensitivity that it normally gives. The light for it turns on so its not the fuse or connection. I even texted m3freak86 (Chris) and Josh about it and also tried to contact EVOLVE... Finally I got the answer from EVOLVE... The battery of the car was disconnected for 2 weeks to avoid the airbags blowing up on me. Sal at EVOLVE told me to give the car to adapt again since the adaptations get reset if you unhook your battery for that long... So for all of you guys that have the EVOLVE Tune, if you do plan in storing your car over winter, get a trickle charger. I have a Trickle Charger but like what I said, had to disconnect the battery because of the airbag... So all is well!!! Right now, the car looks funny because of the grey seats up front but it felt good to drive the car yesterday and today and hear it! Damn I hate driving my other car!!! LOL!

DETAILED PHOTOS FOR BRANDON... (He asked me to take some to see the stitching/pipings)

REAR SEATS ( Still need to install the middle part)


I can't believe how awesome this is turning out. I have been watching this post from day one impatiently waiting to see the end result. Haven't been able to check it for the last week because of all the work required getting my new detail shop up and going but dang you've got a lot done. Very impressed with the detail. This might be a dumb question but what did you use for CF on the trim pieces. It looks amazing. Keep up the good work and the detailed posts!
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