Fit my 2012 Hatchback S perfectly. Installation was easy. I ordered extra clips and screws since the ones holding my stock chrome trim were broken. I did not need them, however, as this came with new clips and I reused the old screws.
Received my headlight rings and start button covers in record time. Which was awesome. A suggestion would be to send instructions with the products. Otherwise experience was awesome.
All I can say is wow! This sway bar installed easily. The NM Engineering instructions are excellent. I could feel the difference even backing out of the garage. I started it out on setting 3 out of 4, but will be moving to the stiffest setting shortly. The Mini handled great stock, so I was a little skeptical about how much of a difference this bar would make. Boy am I glad I elected to give it a try. Completely worth the expense.
Outmotoring has excellent, high quality products for the Mini at excellent prices and the customer service I have received from Aaron has been outstanding! Extremely helpful, knowledgeable and quick to respond. I have bought many parts from Outmotoring and they are my first choice for anything going on my Mini.
Category:aaron rambles Posted:10-26-2015 01:12 PM Views: 4678
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.