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Re: Marmota's M3W [Re: osten] #594365
10/09/19 12:49 PM
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Originally Posted by osten
Marmota - when is your build slot ? I think our cars might be roomates !


Hello Osten. Still don't have the info. I'll call son this week the dealer to get it. I'll let you know! I'll be in Malvern Friday October the 11th so if your car is there and I manage to identify it, I'll send you pictures!


Javier - Madrid, Spain - Commander of the Speedy Marmots Bomb Squadron
Re: Marmota's M3W [Re: Glenn] #594367
10/09/19 12:51 PM
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Originally Posted by Glenn
The vintage bonnet catches are well worth considering


Hello Glen. I created a post asking about them. And Reading the replies it looks like they don't work as good as the originals to get the bonnet in its right place. Many have the Bonnet moving back and forth with the vibrations when only retained by the vintage bonnet catches, leaving a gap. This is why I disregarded them...


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Re: Marmota's M3W [Re: Marmota] #594502
11/09/19 07:45 AM
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I would say totally the opposite, so much easier to live with than the Dzus fixings. And from reading your thread most appear to agree. 1000 miles and no issues with them whatsoever, mine was one of the first fitted with them. There is very little movement of the cover. My dealer said they should have used these on the car as standard fitment. I would seriously consider them.

Last edited by Glenn; 11/09/19 07:56 AM.

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Re: Marmota's M3W [Re: Marmota] #594652
11/09/19 08:42 PM
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I'll be in Malvern at MMC October the 11th. Will check this out and maybe add them. The good thing is that you can add them afterwards.


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