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Marco J MOON said:   February 16, 2019 5:11 pm PST
I'm interested in buying your kit but the the fitting to adapt the hoses are no longer available in the link. Do you the the fitting sizes.

sean oconnell said:   December 6, 2018 12:55 pm PST
do you have or can you make vacuum port adapters for the m57y ?

Jeff said:   May 18, 2017 11:01 am PST
A couple of notes/comments after doing my 2008 E61 535i. Used E6 socket (reverse torx) to remove manifold studs to allow manifold to clear rear charge pipe. Prying up on plastic tabs of "evil box" with a very small flat blade screwdriver allowed it to slide right off locking rails. Started yesterday using the chem clean method. Makes a "muddy" mess. Difficult to clean and dry out. Had a gun cleaning brush disintegrate using a dremel (on lowest speed). Lots of little wires to clean up. Really did not make much progress. Finished this morning walnut blasting with fine walnut shells using vacuum adapter and wand. Took 30 to 60 seconds to perfectly clean a cylinder. Recovered walnut shells from vacuum and reused twice. Notes on turning over engine with AT. Tried a remote start switch on starter. Starter spun, but bendix did not engage flywheel. Best tip I found online (Can't find it again to give credit to OP): T50 Torx on 3/8" drive ratchet in alternator pulley (remove plastic cap on pulley) allows motor to be turned (counter-clockwise). This works great as you can watch the valves while you turn the motor. Engine drive pulley accessible from under the car without fan removal. (22 mm socket) I encountered resistance (even with the plugs out) that was causing the alternator pulley to slip. Turning drive pulley got me past that.

Bob Watkins said:   June 24, 2016 5:24 pm PST
t took me awhile to get the time to do this. All worked as shown and expected. Check engine light stayed on for about 2 days then cleared by itself. (I tried to reset it with my code reader) Thanks again for putting this together for all of us. Feel free to add this to any feedback you have with my name. Very happy customer, Bob

Matt Johnson said:   April 18, 2016 5:25 pm PST
Wes, Vacuum Adapter and wand worked perfect for my 2011 335is with 60k. I can't believe how thick that crud was on the intake, it's a wonder the car even ran. Good luck with continued business, you certainly have my recommendation on the forums. DIY was a huge help too. A couple items that may make it easier on folks while they're at HF: can help with some of the stubborn carbon when hooked up to a drill. and was a lifesaver with the screws on the evil box that would not come off. Thanks, Matt

Darrell Abrams said:   March 21, 2016 9:06 am PST
Wes' has really stood behind his products, great customer service. Incredibly fast replies, shipping and overall support, a lot of people could learn a thing or two from the way this guy handles his business

Eli said:   July 1, 2015 11:20 am PST
i look everywhere for a reasonable priced vaccum blasting tool for my N55, after looking everywhere on the net i came out to this website after reading TONs about Wesley and his info and knowledge with this platform, contacted him, and on the same day the package was on its way to me! quality is top notch and has everything i needed, this guy is great! Thank you!

John said:   February 8, 2015 4:29 pm PST
I discovered Bimmerhelp only after I had purchased the BMW wand and adapter, otherwise I would probably have bought those tools here instead. I came here only to buy the flared adapter, and boy did it make life a lot simpler, as I saw how the HD/Lowe's fittings were now simply plug and play. Wesley's response to my order was immediate, his response to my own self-inflicted confusion upon receiving the order was immediate (to which I did solve, but the moral support was so appreciated), and his attitude was only helpful and supportive all around. He is a highly recommended vendor. Purchase with confidence.

MOM said:   November 3, 2014 11:33 am PST
You never cease to amaze me! proud...

Corey said:   October 21, 2014 1:05 am PST
Purchased the wand and adapter and couldn't be happier. Worked great, excellent communication, and even a priority shipping upgrade. I called around to some of the specialty tool suppliers in my area first, and their walnut machines were going from $700-$1500. This one ended up costing around $100 thanks to Wes, thanks.

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