This is a great product! If you are thinking about bleeding your brakes or replacing your lines, this is a must have product. Super simple, great results. Worth every penny!
Love your business and your attempt to service MINI owners. One suggestion for you. When you feature a produce on the front of your emails each time, you should explain just exactly what the part is, what it does, and why a MINI owner would want to replace something on their car with it. All of us are not mechanics and might not recognize a picture of a part. As you do the site now, you always put these things in there and the copy is written as though everyone knows exactly what the part is for.
Another idea, what are the types of things that many MINI owners can do with their cars in terms of customization. Your site is so vast and the number of ideas so large, it's hard for the average person to get their arms around what you offer and why we should buy. You write as though we already know what we want when we come to your site. In actuality, many MINI owners who are not car-savvy don't even know what they might be looking for.
I hope this is helpful.
I am a new Mini Cooper convertible owner. The car I bought had a busted rear third brake light. The lights worked just fine, but the red plastic cover was missing. I expected it to be very expensive, however, I went on an online search and found OutMotoring.com. I was pleasantly surprised to find out they had what I needed, and it was not expensive at all - far less than I expected! Other sites were charging more than twice as much! ordered it on the 12th, had it by the 15th (and I didn't pay expedited shipping).
I also need to get some replacements for the rear belt line trim...unfortunately those are a bit pricier, but still competitive with other sites.
I will definitely be ordering parts from here in the future!
Category:aaron rambles Posted:10-26-2015 01:12 PM Views: 4313
Synopsis: R series explored
The various MINI models are categorized using the letter R or F and then 2 digits.
This is the chassis code format that BMW uses. There are some
inconsistencies but for the most part they are pretty intuitive.
Generation 1 and 2 MINIs start with the letter "R" while the generation 3
MINIs start with the letter "F."
The first new generation Mini Hatchback/Hardtop was introduced in late 2000, being
the first model launched under the Mini marque after the original Mini
was discontinued in the same year. The Mini Hatchback/Hardtop was designed by Frank Stephenson and drew inspiration from the original two-door Mini. The R50 has two doors, a rear hatch, and front and rear seats.