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      02-25-2013, 06:00 PM   #1
robert @ eas
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Join Date: Nov 2011
Location: 4015 E Leaverton Court, Anahiem, CA 92807

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▀▄ eas | Extended Billet DCT Shifter Paddles

The time has finally come!

Introducing BMWPedals Extended Billet DCT Shifter Paddles for your E9X M3!

These extended DCT shifter paddles will instantly add new style and functionality to your M3. Made from billet aluminum and fastened using the OEM hardware, these shifter paddles are very strong, durable and secure. The recessed finger groove and curved construction make these paddles both ergonomic and functional.

Available in black or clear anodized finish with or without machined holes.

eas - Extended Billet DCT Shifter Paddles

- Extended/longer paddles for easier shift operation
- Contoured to follow curvature of steering wheel - easier reach
- Ergonomics: easier to reach with fingertips, shorter "throw"
- T6 Aluminum Construction
- Rear pocketing for easier finger positioning
- Aggressive appearance

Installed on our Project E92 M3

Models Supported
2008-2013 E9X M3 DCT
X5M and X6M

You can reach us directly by calling 866.669.0705 to place your order over the phone.

Credit/Debit Cards: Visa, Mastercard, Discover, PayPal, Google Checkout (available online & over phone)
*Prices and availability subject to change*

Other Payments:
Money Order/Cashier's Check & Bank Wire Transfer are also available. Please contact us to pay with either of these methods.

All orders will be shipping via UPS. If you are interested in shipping to Hawaii, Alaska, or internationally, please contact us directly, as you will be charged additional shipping fees.

Hours of Operations:
Monday - Friday from 9AM to 5PM PST
Saturday/Sunday - Closed

Retail Location/ Installation Center:
Come check out our 8000 square foot facility in Anaheim, CA. We install everything we sell.

Contact Info:
Phone: 866.669.0705

Feel free to contact us via PM, email, or phone if you have any questions.

Last edited by robert @ eas; 07-01-2014 at 06:17 PM.