There are two air vents just next to the fog lamps and i heared from the dealer that i can either have a cap to cover those holes or have air ducts which channels cooling air to the inner brake rotors of the front brakes. So i bought a pair.
when i tried to install it at the shop it turned out that these ducts were 1/2 inch too short as it could be attched to the front of the bumper but could not fit to the back of the wheelwells. With some creative cutting however, the shop could fit it back into the wheelwells.
my car's bodykit came straight from the factory as the m-tecknik bodykit so the mechanic had a theory that the air ducts i got were for the 'normal' 320i. So i either had to do some dremel work or change to another airduct.
I have not gone to the dealer to ask about this, but if its too much trouble i'd rather retrofit the airducts myself. what do you all think?
I'm currently focusing on the looks of the car, there's nothing much i can do to the engine without breaking the bank.
I recently had some new dunlops and the car's alignment done at the shop. Took her for a speed test and went over 210kmph. there's still some minor vibrations on the front passenger side of the car and the mechanic thinks i might want to look at my lower arm bushings. if this is the case do i have to change just one set or change both front bushings at the same time? I know i need to do the alignment again if i have done repairs to the suspension etc. But how do you know when to replace the bushings? What type of car behaviour do i need to experience?