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Old 04-08-2015, 11:03 AM   #1
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My Ride: 2000 328ci
e46 328ci carbon fiber sunroof delete s2rTuning

just posting to tell y'all how easy the s2rTuning sunroof delete was. could not find any other cf sunroof delete available at the time except for the s2rTuning.com one. i called him and he told me that he was working on a batch at the moment so i ordered one form him. it took almost 15 days till i received it but it only took 25 minutes to install it. The most time consuming part was applying a bead of silicone around the base and 3m double sided tape outside of that, the holes lined up perfectly and i used all oem hardware form the old sunroof. the two rear hole do need to be drilled but i didnt bring home a drill that day so hints 3m tape( worked great). I daily drive my car and like most e46's my shade was mangled so i had removed shortly after getting the car and this blocked all sunlight. the rtv seal works amazing. in all honesty the whole thing probably dropped 45+ lbs, skill level 2/10. i did the install so fast a forgot to take installing photos. in one of the photos it looks more grey but thats just the angle of the sun at the time, the othe is first thing in the am. most of the time you cant tell its not a oem sunroof untill you five ft. from the car
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