These products are big in Europe. I was looking for a Trim and Window coating replacement since it's darn near impossible to get Wolf's products in the US. I'll be sure to share my thoughts once I test them out.
I ended up taking my M3 to PSI. You might call me a sissy for deciding against installing a "simple" lip myself. When I saw the IND photos of the extra center mounting piece, I had a feeling it was going to be pretty involved with drilling and cutting.
I figured it's about time to step up my level of crazy. A forum member of Garage Journal suggested I look into Kaizen Foam. Well...you don't have to tell me twice. I ordered up enough to test out on a few drawers.
I recently purged all of the towels I don't use. Next up is to find the ultimate microfiber combo. My current mix of towels has been used and abused. Some of them have started to get a little linty, so it's time to search for replacements.
I got a little nervous at my new video making spot and ran out of there after making just a few passes. I think it's going to be a good place to make videos. I need to get a regular video camera. DSLR is so hard to get a properly focused video, especially doing it in the super bright sun without someone watching the camera.
At the time I was a bit preoccupied playing with the GT3, so the M3 has been a bit neglected. I tried my best to hold out to see what exhausts comes out for the F8X, but I failed miserably. I threw an offer out to another forum member and after a week or so we settled on I think it was $5,150 for a full Akrapovic Evolution that he had a few miles on. I figured I couldn't go wrong. If I don't like the exhaust, I could easily sell it without losing a bunch of money.
I ordered car cover from Suncoast a bit ago, and it finally came in. I usually buy a custom CoverKing Satin Stretch cover, but they don't have one yet. That, and the GT3 wing complicates things. Per advice of others on Rennlist, I ordered the OEM one.
The day my DynAudio Excite x12 speakers came in, I only had about 5 minutes to listen to them, but oh my how I love Dyn drivers. They are so smooth. To my ear, soft dome tweeters are the best! I really like how the fit on the countertop. Don't let their size fool you.
After the paint correction, I took a few weeks off of playing with my cars. My wife deleted my install photos of the Sharkwerks Bypass, so my DIY is a no go. The Sharkwerks directions are better than anything I could put together anyway.
With my Temporary Garage I really took my time deciding where to install the vise. You only get one shot, so I wanted to do it right. I picked up about 6 different kinds of bolts from Home Depot and ended up using 2 1/2" carriage bolts with lock washers.