Interior 1st Gen MY Sound System/Interior v2.5

Discussion in 'Tuning and Performance' started by Wikedmini, May 17, 2010.

  1. Wikedmini

    Wikedmini MINI of the Month - December 2009

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    imspencerwithanr53 New Member

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  3. Jason Montague

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    :Thumbsup:I think that it looks GREAT.The quality of work is VERY professional.Even the wheels enhance the new look.I don't know what look that you were trying to achieve,but it's very nice,conservative but bold. AND,AH...HA! You have a rear strut tower brace!(me too). My front strut tower brace alone didn't do much of anything, however;when I added the rear strut tower brace, the car really tightened up(especially in high speed corners/turns).On my car(08 R56 MCS JCW) it took both front and rear to make a difference.:Thumbsup:
    :cornut: Jason :cornut:
     
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    \\Really looks great. Excellent workmanship! :Thumbsup:
     
  5. Wikedmini

    Wikedmini MINI of the Month - December 2009

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    "conservative but bold", the perfect line! Thanks!


    LOL... That rear bar is useless, its just cool looking :)
     
  6. KittyMini

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    Oooo, I like it! Great job! :Thumbsup:
     
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    Excellent! Even going so far as to do the steering wheel inserts. Well done.
     
  8. Jason Montague

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  9. Dave.0

    Dave.0 Helix & RMW Powered
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    great work!
     
  10. drabdub

    drabdub Well-Known Member

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    awesome. i may attempt this if i can find some fabric my girl would like for hers
     
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    Jabbles New Member

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    I like it!
     
  12. Nick5811

    Nick5811 New Member

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    I might be grave-digging a little, but what tools were required for this to work? How did you get the material to tuck under the trim pieces and did you necessarily have to glue everything in place? I'm not so sure I want to perma-mod the car, but this would look totally bad ass in the ride I'm planning.
     
  13. Mr. Jim

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    Very nice indeed! :Thumbsup:
     
  14. Justa Jim

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    Just remember you promised NOT to use camo. :lol:

    Jim
     
  15. road doggie

    road doggie New Member

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    could you comment on the amp and speaker?
     
  16. Batrugger

    Batrugger New Member

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    Here is the DIY I made that Melissa used:

    http://www.motoringalliance.com/forums/interior/2583-diy-remove-rear-seat-cover-recover.html

    Maybe the mods could add it to the library :idea:
     
  17. Scavenger

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    Man! That looks great!
     

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