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      02-25-2016, 06:19 PM   #67
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Guys, any clues what these parts are...

part # 51 95 2 333 984 = CF/Alcantara interior trim - left hand side
part # 51 95 2 333 985 = CF/Alcantara interior trim - right hand side
part # 51 95 2 411 428 = CF DCT interior kit - left hand side
part # 51 95 2 411 429 = CF DCT interior kit - right hand side

I am still looking for the parts numbers for the steering wheel, carbon DCT selector lever and carbon handbrake.

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Guys, any clues what these parts are...
part # 51 95 2 333 984 = CF/Alcantara interior trim - left hand side
part # 51 95 2 333 985 = CF/Alcantara interior trim - right hand side
part # 51 95 2 411 428 = CF DCT interior kit - left hand side
part # 51 95 2 411 429 = CF DCT interior kit - right hand side
I am still looking for the parts numbers for the steering wheel, carbon DCT selector lever and carbon handbrake.
Try here: http://f87.bimmerpost.com/forums/sho...41&postcount=1

That's how I managed to figure out most part #.

Some part # still missing (for example steering wheel Pro).
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Guys, any clues what these parts are...

part # 51 95 2 333 984 = CF/Alcantara interior trim - left hand side
part # 51 95 2 333 985 = CF/Alcantara interior trim - right hand side
part # 51 95 2 411 428 = CF DCT interior kit - left hand side
part # 51 95 2 411 429 = CF DCT interior kit - right hand side

I am still looking for the parts numbers for the steering wheel, carbon DCT selector lever and carbon handbrake.

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They are not released yet from BMW.
Baum BMW are quite quick at uploading the new products into their shop so keep an eye out there.

https://www.baum-bmwshop24.de/bmw-zu...m-performance/
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Thanks guys!
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Managed to find it out:

part # 51 95 2 333 984 = CF/Alcantara interior trim - left hand side



Interior panels combination of carbon/alcantara for left hand drive cars.

part # 51 95 2 333 985 = CF/Alcantara interior trim - right hand side



Interior panels combination of carbon/alcantara for right hand drive cars.

part # 51 95 2 411 428 = CF DCT interior kit - left hand side



This part is a combination of both parts? It might be! It is clearly what is shown on the photo but for left hand drive cars. (Is there even a difference between left and right hand drive?)

part # 51 95 2 411 429 = CF DCT interior kit - right hand side



This part is a combination of both parts? It might be! It is clearly what is shown on the photo but for right hand drive cars. (Is there even a difference between left and right hand drive?)

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Managed to find it out:

This part is a combination of both parts? It might be! It is clearly what is shown on the photo but for right hand drive cars. (Is there even a difference between left and right hand drive?)

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Pics ain't working.

The DCT kit is this according to the ETK. Similar to the F80 one, albeit that one has the surrounding area in Alcantara IIRC. You can also buy only the CF DCT shift lever, but don't know atm if it is the same CF trim.



By the way, Artemis : exhaust tips from the M3 M Performance exhaust system fit the M2 exhaust. (Sauce)

CF: 18 30 2 358 110
Ti: 18 30 2 358 111
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Pics ain't working.

The DCT kit is this according to the ETK. Similar to the F80 one, albeit that one has the surrounding area in Alcantara IIRC. You can also buy only the CF DCT shift lever, but don't know atm if it is the same CF trim.
Fixed...

The photo of the M2 Performance part suggests alcantara as well with the non lacquer shiny carbon fiber on each of the grip surfaces marked as A in the ETK photo.



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Fixed...

The photo of the M2 Performance part suggests alcantara as well with the non lacquer shiny carbon fiber on each of the grip surfaces marked as A in the ETK photo.

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Oh, alright. Thanks for the correction.
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First post of this thread got updated.

Corrected some info, such as indicating whether parts are for LHD or RHD M2.
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Floor mats:
  • part # 51 47 8 069 165: velours floor mats set with Polar Blue seam for left hand drive M2
  • part # 51 47 8 069 166: velours floor mats set with Polar Blue seam for right hand drive M2
  • part # 51 47 8 069 167: velours floor mats set for left hand drive M2
  • part # 51 47 8 069 168: velours floor mats set for right hand drive M2
  • part # 51 47 8 069 169: velours floor mat driver's side for left hand drive M2
  • part # 51 47 8 069 170: velours floor mat driver's side for right hand drive M2
  • part # ** ** * *** *** = floor mats 'Sport' - front - M Performance - for left hand drive M2
  • part # 51 47 2 241 464 = floor mats 'Sport' - front - M Performance - for right hand drive M2
  • part # 51 47 2 333 986 = floor mats 'Sport' - rear - M Performance - for left hand and right hand drive M2
  • part # 07 14 9 166 609: velcro element with bayonet fastener (driver's floor mat fastener) (supplement D62MM/L14MM)
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I'm curious if that new M-Performance logo is etched onto the sideskirt itself or if it's part of the "logo sticker set."
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      03-01-2016, 01:40 PM   #79
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I'm curious if that new M-Performance logo is etched onto the sideskirt itself or if it's part of the "logo sticker set."
Here it is sold as a single logo sticker : 20cm long - 1cm wide

https://www.baum-bmwshop24.de/bmw-m-...t-51142413970/
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I'm curious if that new M-Performance logo is etched onto the sideskirt itself or if it's part of the "logo sticker set."
part # 51 14 2 413 970 = M Performance sticker set = M Performance logo sticker (not the stripes)

See #9 on the diagram in the first post.
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This is the steering wheel without the display in real live, available from June







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This is the steering wheel without the display in real live, available from June
  • part # 32 30 2 413 014 = M Performance steering wheel without race display (+ blue center strip)
  • part # 32 30 2 413 015 = M Performance steering wheel with race display (+ LEDs)
The UK catalogue (see here: Attachment 1375139) also indicates "available from June".
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Guys,

I now have FULL access to M2 Parts on our ETK so if you have any questions or requests, can I please ask you to PM us as trying to follow anything on here will result in us missing requests...... Also please see the below info on M Performance Parts that I have available for the UK Market

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I now have FULL access to M2 Parts on our ETK so if you have any questions or requests, can I please ask you to PM us as trying to follow anything on here will result in us missing requests...... Also please see the below info on M Performance Parts that I have available for the UK Market
To avoid possible misunderstanding: please note that some part numbers on the shown list refer to parts for the right hand drive M2 specifically.
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Anyone going to see the M Performance M2 at Road Atlanta tomorrow? I'll be out there in my F80 if so.
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Spotted this just now;

When you fit the carbon rear diffuser, it says that "Bei Fahrzeugen mit SA 322 (Komfortzugang) entfällt die Teilfunktion Smart Opener Funktion." It means that if you have comfort access the option for smart opening your trunk (I think with your feet) is not there anymore with the carbon rear diffuser installed.

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Another new thing I found just now:

part # 35 00 2 232 276 = pedal cover set - stainless steel - for left hand drive M2
part # 35 00 2 232 277 = pedal cover set - stainless steel - for right hand drive M2

This is all for cars with a manual transmission

part # 35 00 2 232 278 = pedal cover set - stainless steel for automatic

Doable check it with the M235i set up but I think this is what it is. Interesting thing is that the 278 part is not mentioned in the M2 section of ETK.

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When you fit the carbon rear diffuser, it says that "Bei Fahrzeugen mit SA 322 (Komfortzugang) entfällt die Teilfunktion Smart Opener Funktion." It means that if you have comfort access the option for smart opening your trunk (I think with your feet) is not there anymore with the carbon rear diffuser installed.
I had read that too in the flyer:
"Beim Verbau des Heckdiffusors Carbon an Fahrzeugen mit Komfortzugang (SA 322) kann die Teilfunktion Smart Opener nicht mehr verwendet werden."
(= "By installation of the CF diffusor onto vehicles featuring Comfort Access (part # 322) the Smart Opener function can no longer be used.")
AFAIK the 'Smart Opener' function is not available on the M2, so no fuss.

However - and here's the catch - a forum fellow pointed out in a PM to me that, according to his BMW dealer, because of the non-existent 'Smart Opener' feature to be coded out + "modified aerodynamics due to the diffusor change", he is required by BMW to perform some software coding which will cost 179.08 EUR (148.00 EUR + 21% VAT) (that's almost $180).

So keep in mind that the diffusor costs more than just its price if you ask your BMW dealer to fit it: you got to add the installation cost + the mandatory software coding cost too. Splash the cash on some diffusor love...


Please also note that, if you get the M2 M Performance steering wheel:
  • lost: heated steering wheel (option 248); if you want to experience the heated steering wheel function again, you gotta retrofit the original steering wheel;
  • still functions: 'BMW Lane Departure Warning' (vibration) of the 'Driving Assistant' (option 5AS); the vibration engine is transferred (in)to the M Performance steering wheel.
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