Keeping Warm with a Cool M6

Happy Friday!  This has been another busy week despite Polar Vortex 2015 that swept through Noblesville!   We keep warm while working on cool cars…such as the F06 BMW M6 below!
If you follow along on our Facebook page, you may have seen that we got to work on this sweet M6 Gran Coupe!  Reggie took photos as the GTHaus Meisterschaft performance exhaust was installed:


Take a listen here!


This arktissilber metallic 2008 BMW 535xi came in with overheating issues.  She got a new water pump and thermostat.  She also got new fuel injectors, as she was experiencing misfiring issues, and the latest fuel injection option.

Diagnosis of non-starting issues was in order for this 2005 BMW X5 4.4i in titansilber.  She was also inspected for suspension issues and possible coolant leaks.  She received a new alternator assembly, new upper timing case covers, new valley pan gasket, and control arm bushings.

This British Racing Green 2004 Mini Cooper came in for a coolant flush:

New turbo oil lines and a brake fluid flush were on the list for this Lighting Blue 2007 Mini Cooper S:

We got a shipment of new parts for a Mini Countryman that will be coming to the shop!  New daytime running light upgrade kit and a sweet John Cooper Works exhaust!  Stay tuned for more!


The seat mounts are just about complete in our 2002 project.  The S14 gaskets kits for the M2 2002 are the only OE BMW parts on this one!   This was the last head kit in the US, and bottom end kit had to come from Germany!


That’s a wrap for today!  Enjoy your weekend!

Written by Reggie's Motorworks

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