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Old 04-11-2013, 04:19 AM
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I was not expecting it to look that good. Very nice!!!
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Got some GP2 wheels for my new Clubman!

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Is there a huge difference between the JCW vs GP Strut Brace?

Does anyone know how much the weight of the GP Wheels? Are the cast or forged?
I can't say anything about it being different feeling as I haven't installed a standard brace on the car to compare, also I'm breaking it in so I haven't been running it hard yet.

I'll have to weight my stock wheels when we swap the tires this week.
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Old 04-11-2013, 11:38 PM
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The GP2 stutbrace doesn't fit anything before 11/2012 (that's the date on RealOEM) - I also found out the hard way when I bought one for a customer who had a 09 plate FJCW and the bolt holes on the strut top don't align up... I'm now stuck with a £200 bar in my garage until I can find out for sure that it fits a 2013 model Mini
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Old 04-12-2013, 12:06 AM
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What wasn't aligned about it? Did it just need to be adjusted like the original JCW bar?
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Old 04-12-2013, 12:11 AM
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The strut bolts don't align with the plates on the strutbrace - around 10mm out. They seem to have changed the strut plates and their positioning on the GP2 and presumably (more like hopefully for me, so I can sell the bloody thing on) R56's thereafter.
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Old 04-12-2013, 12:14 AM
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The strut bolts don't align with the plates on the strutbrace - around 10mm out. They seem to have changed the strut plates and their positioning on the GP2 and presumably R56's thereafter.
So basically the bar and it's plates are too wide for the cars strut towers?
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Old 04-30-2013, 02:30 PM
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MORE part numbers!!!
steering wheel: 32. 30. 6. 858. 010
floor mats: 51 47 7 330 809
Found on this thread:

http://www.mini2.info/forum/showthread.php?t=73228

After searching for weeks and weeks in english, I got creative and started searching in german.

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No luck yet on the spoiler brackets and bolts???
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Old 05-02-2013, 07:19 AM
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is there a huge difference between the jcw vs gp strut brace?

Does anyone know how much the weight of the gp wheels? Are the cast or forged?
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For the wheels:

The GP2 wheel weight is ~ 22lbs each.




http://www.ecstuning.com/Search/36116856220/



There was not much info on these about them.

I did find this:

" To fit such large brakes and calipers within the 17-inch alloy wheels required a little bit of jiggery-pokery. We spoke to MINI's chief chassis engineer, Robert Stumpf, and he explained the unusual four-spoke alloy wheels are not just cast, but "flow-formed" to increase the space available inside the wheel without reducing strength. "

Hope that helps.
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We have the JCW GP 2 Front Belly Pan in a install Kit.

Click Here for the JCW GP2 Kit.










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Old 05-24-2013, 02:31 PM
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This is a definite get for me, especially knowing it works with auto tranny cars too. Answers a major need for me.
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Wow....about time someone got it in stock in the US! Part number still doesn't show up in the system so I already ordered this in UK for pretty much the exact same price.
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Anyone have the part numbers for the "rear seat" or rear seat delete?

How about the red bar? I wonder if that can even be added on a non-GP. Would have to cut up the rear interior panels.





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From my understanding the panels are specific to the GP and were designed to work with the RSD. So by buying the panels and rear seat delete kit, you should, in theory, have the holes in place for the bar.
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Anyone have the part numbers for the "rear seat" or rear seat delete?

How about the red bar? I wonder if that can even be added on a non-GP. Would have to cut up the rear interior panels.


1 Tool kit compartment 71107330570
2 Locking bracket for storage compartment 51477333698
3 Trim panel, trunk floor 51477330568
4 Clip 51477368429
5 Quick fastener 51477368430
6 Lateral trim panel rear left 51437330571
6 Lateral trim panel rear right 51437330572
7 LEFT TRUNK TRIM 51477334237
7 Right TRUNK TRIM 51477334238
8 Bracket, lateral trim panel, left 41007375779
8 Bracket, lateral trim panel, right 41007375780
9 Tube for cargo holder 51717333696
10 Cover f. mount, tube, cargo holder, left 51717330577
10 Cover f. mount, tube, cargo holder, right 51717330578
11 Mount for tube, cargo holder, left 41007375775
11 Mount for tube, cargo holder, right 41007375776
12 Attachment for mount, left 41007375777
12 Attachment for mount, right 4100737577
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1 Tool kit compartment 71107330570
2 Locking bracket for storage compartment 51477333698
3 Trim panel, trunk floor 51477330568
4 Clip 51477368429
5 Quick fastener 51477368430
6 Lateral trim panel rear left 51437330571
6 Lateral trim panel rear right 51437330572
7 LEFT TRUNK TRIM 51477334237
7 Right TRUNK TRIM 51477334238
8 Bracket, lateral trim panel, left 41007375779
8 Bracket, lateral trim panel, right 41007375780
9 Tube for cargo holder 51717333696
10 Cover f. mount, tube, cargo holder, left 51717330577
10 Cover f. mount, tube, cargo holder, right 51717330578
11 Mount for tube, cargo holder, left 41007375775
11 Mount for tube, cargo holder, right 41007375776
12 Attachment for mount, left 41007375777
12 Attachment for mount, right 4100737577
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Anyone have the part numbers for the "rear seat" or rear seat delete?

How about the red bar? I wonder if that can even be added on a non-GP. Would have to cut up the rear interior panels.
I never got that triangle Hazard attached to the rear lid? Anyone else. It's in the 2nd pic
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I believe it was on only the Euro models. This fits 1/2010 + models. Which cover the GP 2. You will have two bolts screw already there and you pop them out mounts to the plastic brackets and insert triangle in its the red case (blue case for -1/2010 models ).

We have it here:


http://www.ecstuning.com/Search/SiteSearch/71606770487/ES2063860/




Here are the mounts for the left and right 71107272405 & 71107272406


http://www.ecstuning.com/Search/SiteSearch/71107272405/





http://www.ecstuning.com/Search/SiteSearch/71107272406/





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Here is the one for R56+ -1/2010 models ( has a blue slide in case not shown )

Warning Triangle & Mounts Mfg Part# 71606782323KT


http://www.ecstuning.com/Search/SiteSearch/71606782323KT/






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Old 06-20-2013, 10:43 AM
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I believe it was on only the Euro models. This fits 1/2010 + models. Which cover the GP 2. You will have two bolts screw already there and you pop them out mounts to the plastic brackets and insert triangle in its the red case (blue case for -1/2010 models ).

We have it here:


http://www.ecstuning.com/Search/SiteSearch/71606770487/ES2063860/


Here are the mounts for the left and right 71107272405 & 71107272406


http://www.ecstuning.com/Search/SiteSearch/71107272405/



http://www.ecstuning.com/Search/SiteSearch/71107272406/


---------------------------------------------------

Here is the one for R56+ -1/2010 models ( has a blue slide in case not shown )

Warning Triangle & Mounts Mfg Part# 71606782323KT


http://www.ecstuning.com/Search/SiteSearch/71606782323KT/


Thanks.
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Old 06-20-2013, 11:05 AM
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Thanks Inkw8ll for the kind words.

I am glad I could help.

For other Euro items ideas: For the rear is the Euro first aid kit. Might fit the the rear in the tool compartment kit, on other models you can just put it in the trunk. Just watch seating in the trunk as you don't have a back seat so its not flying around.

European First Aid Kit - With Black Case Part number 71107263439 For all MINIs


http://www.ecstuning.com/Search/SiteSearch/71107263439/




We have the MINI oil storage bags in stock which will stick the trunk carpet, but might also fit in the storage compartment. How much room do you have in the storage compartment, last time I looked at one there was some room in there for small stuff.

Oil Storage Bag - MINI Part number 83292158849 For all MINIs


http://www.ecstuning.com/Search/SiteSearch/83292158849/ES2159795/





The floor cargo next sections would be good to use. The GP I believe has the mounts like the R56 models . The side sails would not work as they have to hook up near the rear decks shelf mount, and the GP 2 does not have one. #7 bottom trunk net.



Luggage Net - Main Section Part number 51472754568


http://www.ecstuning.com/Search/SiteSearch/51472754568/



Thanks and that will give you some more OEM add on ideas.

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Can ECS order the parts [email protected] listed?

1 Tool kit compartment 71107330570
2 Locking bracket for storage compartment 51477333698
3 Trim panel, trunk floor 51477330568
4 Clip 51477368429
5 Quick fastener 51477368430
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