DIdn't work on my R53. i've seen similar installs on youtube where they had an adapter. Not sure if that's what was wrong. I put my old one back and although it's missing the lens, it works so i know it's not my mini.
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These RS Door Pulls are a great addition to my R53. Having a bit of a learning curve because it's a new way to open the door. The straps seem a bit long as well but I'm sure it's just because I'm used to the OEM Door handle. I'd recommend this to anyone who wants to add a little race inspired style to a sporty little car.
This part is available with the spaces for parking assistance sensors?
Category:MINI Performance Parts Posted:03-22-2016 09:18 AM Views: 1188
Synopsis: Make the others green with envy!
One of the most popular aftermarket brake pads on the market is the EBC
GreenStuff pads as they offer much lower brake dust while improving
braking performance over OEM pads. Next time your MINI is need of a
brake pad change, consider the EBC Green Stuff pads.
Designed for premium street driving, these pads offer a better brake
effect up to 600°C (1100°F). EBC Greenstuff has a high initial brake
effect and gives drivers confidence from first application of the brake
pedal. There is no such thing as a no dust
brake pad. The very nature of how a brake works requires that some dust
be generated to avoid rotor vibration (shimmying). The EBC pad creates less dust,
and dust is more easily washed off than most. All pads create more dust
as they are bedding in especially if rotors are worn. Nominal friction
coefficient 0.55. For heavier, faster vehicles above 200bhp we
strongly recommend Redstuff which DOES offer much less dust.
These brake pads are sold in front sets and rear sets. Front and rear sets are sold separately.
Most aftermarket rear pads do NOT have a location for the rear sensor
including Hawk, Mintex, SP Performance, ATE and many others. The rear
sensor was not added until 2004 after most companies had made their
molds, and they simply did not update them and have yet to do so. Since
the front pads nearly always wear out first, this tends to not be a
problem because the front sensor will trip first. Occasional inspection
of the rear pads will help reduce the risk of running them into the
metal. If you have a 2004 or newer MINI, please tie back the existing
sensor with a zip tie when re assembling your brakes.