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Old 12-01-2010, 12:12 PM   #1
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Cool New Carbon Fiber Projects: Cabin Air Filter and ECU Cover

Have just completed wrapping my 1st Cabin Air Filter; think it came out great!! Also did the ECU cover and tried some new techniques on these parts which I believe the pictures will show worked out extremely well!!!! :excited:

Took some pictures of the finished products and took a couple with the Cabin Air filter + ECU cover installed. The top engine cover is off the car as I've prepped the part and will begin wrapping it today. The second cover (exhaust side) will be done as well.

Have a carbon fiber moulded top engine cover for sale. Bought it commercially before getting into wrapping myself and now have no need for it..... anyone interested in the engine cover, PM me.

Here are the pictures:

My Rides:
2009 335Xi
H&R coilovers
BBS LM wheels
//M sport package
BMW Personal Audio System

2000 Z3M
Conforti tuned
++More to come this winter

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