A while back I changed my Nav knobs, Flushed coolant, transmission fluid, finished brake duct mod finally, and last weekend I painted my brake calipers for fun since they were getting a bit rusty anyway.
2002 Carbon Black BMW ///M5 (Black Extended Leather, Anthracite Alcantara, Titanium Trim, M-Audio with Enhanced Bass, PDC) Conforti Shark Injected with M5Board Tune, CMS Custom Muffler Delete with OE Tips, AFE Pro Dry S air Filters, ACS rep CF Front Splitters, Flat Black Kidneys, Open brake ducts with Flat Black Brake Duct Rings, StopTech Stainless Steel Braided Lines, Shorty Clutch Stop, Lighted ZHP Knob, Custom Pure White Angel Eyes (Predator Ice housing and Rebel Tri-Star LED's driven by PowerPucks), Umnitza V4 ION License Plate Lights, Fogs color matched to HID's, Oil Pan Pad Heater for winter, 3M Clear bra on hood, Flat Black Style 65's on Nitto NT555's, Style 66's on Conti Extreme WinterContact's for the other 6 months, Interstate MTP-H9 Battery, Sybesmas remaned rearview mirror, Boomerang Espion Alert LoJack, MKIV Nav with 2010 maps.
Did oil filter mounts with the mounts from vibrationmounts.com today. Also did the power steering reservoir mounts too as I was there. Man were my mounts in bad shape. The oil filter ones were split and melted onto the holder; needed some WD40 to get it loose.
Also did a detail to get rid of the swirls. It was bad on this car, especially since Jet Black shows everything. Got up to an 80% correction on most panels but I need a more aggressive compound to get rid of deeper swirls.
Sprayed my grills with plastidip spray - 4 coats - then re-installed them after a fresh wash of the car. Looks amazing IMHO.
Gotta give it to plastidip - easy to use, very nice finish. It looks perfect from 5 feet and you can barely see a bit of crinkle in it when holding it in your hand, and I did no prep work, sprayed it with some wind in the background, and we have pollen flying around like crazy. Plastidip don't care.