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  6. We’ve been talking a lot about the upcoming all electric MINI offerings (the Cooper, Aceman and Countryman EV) but MINI isn’t letting go of internal combustion engines (ICE) yet. In an unprecedented move there will be two next generation MINI Coopers (hatches) built on opposite ends of the planet on two different platforms. This move will allow MINI to offer innovative electric offerings while still selling to the traditional ICE market for as long as possible. A revised F56 MINI will form the basis of the “new” ICE MINI Cooper and will be built at the Oxford plant. We use the word “new” carefully because this will be an extensively revised F56 and not just a refresh focused mostly on design but the actual structure of the car. Recently Autocar got their hands on some spy photos of the forthcoming revise F56 and what it shows is a heavily clad JCW model with some clues as to what to expect. For starters MINI looks to have slightly decreased the front over-hang. We’ve heard for years the brand had been toying with new crash materials that could pass pedestrian safety standards with less space needed. We also know that Oliver Heimler has gone as record several times that the current car’s front overhang is too large and not in fitting with the brand. Massive Upgrade in Technology Elsewhere we can clearly see a camera and sensor module integrated into the top of the grille allowing this next generation of F56 MINIs to make use of L1 and L2 autonomy features seen on some BMWs. Currently MINI has only one vaguely autonomous feature – adaptive cruise. While helpful it really does one thing – follow the car in front. MINI’s aim is to introduce this technology as an option meant primarily for highway purposes and likely only on automatic equipped MINIs. BMW’s current Active Driving Assistant Pro (optional on most mid-sized to larger BMWs) allows for Level 2+ below 81 MPH for 2023 models. That means you can take your hands off the wheel entirely as long as your eyes are on the road. The car will stop, go, turn and even change lanes on command. MINI’s new circular center screen as seen in a recent 2024 Countryman prototypeYes that is a massive circular screen and it will be present on all next generation MINIs. What you see above is the screen sitting camouflaged plastic enclosure. The final version will allow the screen to float similar to what we saw a few months ago on the upcoming 2024 MINI electric hatch. Beyond the massive screen there’s a lot to take in here. The switches and knobs (which are actually marked) are also identical to what we saw in the electric hatch leak meaning that MINI is moving to a consistent user experience across all models no matter where they’re produced or what platform they’re on. The automatic transmission gear lever is now going to be on the dash and next to it the return of a twist to start rather than a button. From there MINI will have it’s “experiences” toggle (more to come on that) and volume knob. How much of a refresh? Most don’t realize that the 2007 R56 was a major refresh of the previous generation R50/R53 chassis. Will we see similar radical refresh of the F56? Likely not for two reasons. MINI is intending to keep the current engine line-up and refine them to meet tightening emissions standards. So no new engines but likely different tunes. MINI also doesn’t need to fix any significant issues like they did on the R50 which was never engineered to BMW quality standards. While this will be a heavy refresh, we believe that the changes we’ll see on this refresh/next generation F56 will be focused on design and technology with important tweaks to performance. The petrol powered range will use an evolution of the current B48 engine range with mild-hybrid added to decrease CO2 and add performance. As we detailed in our recent preview of the next generation MINI Countryman, every petrol powered engine is a revision of an existing one. So things will look familiar but we believe numbers might rise slightly. The 1.5 three cylinder could use a more powerful BMW tune that would see it rise to 137 hp and 170 lb-ft of torque. Then there’s a series of 2.0 four cylinder that could also use various BMW tunes; 170 hp and 206 ft-lbs and 218 hp and 265 ft-lbs. Most petrol engines will get a 48 volt mild hybrid system and will be mated to a revised 7-speed dual clutch with an all new gear selector design. The manual transmission’s days may be numbered but we believe it will stick around in a couple trim levels on the new F56 through the end of the decade. When Will the Refreshed Next Generation MINI Cooper Launch? With the test mules progressing quickly, we believe we’ll see the refreshed F56 (likely not to be called the F56) sometime in late 2023 or early 2024. We’d expect a tiered launch starting with the Cooper and Cooper S, followed by a JCW model. The post Not All MINIs Going Electric: Next Generation MINI Cooper (ICE) Caught Testing appeared first on MotoringFile. View the full article
  7. File this under un-verified but interesting. The German publication Automobilwoche (via Electrive) is reporting act MINI has held initial talks with America start-up Canoo to provide a platform for a production version of the MINI Urbanaut. According to Automobilwoche, the Arkansas & Oklahoma based start-up could produce the electric MINI Urbanaut using its skateboard chassis designed for van-like delivery vehicles. How in the world is Canoo connected to MINI and BMW? Ex BMWi head Ulrich Kranz was an earlier leader at Canoo and had reportedly brokered the conversations. While the project stalled earlier this spring due to a change in the MINI brand management, the report goes on to say that if the “numbers are right, the operating systems are compatible and the quality does not cause any problems, the first American-made Mini should definitely have a chance in the Munich boardroom”. Ironically that would make the only American made MINI the one least likely to sell well in America. That’s our opinion of course but small van-like products (MVPs as they’re called in Europe) have never found sales in the US market. Still it’s an interesting turn of events for MINI and it shows the brand it exploring all options as it moved towards electrification. The post Rumor: MINI to Partner with Canoo to Build Urbanaut appeared first on MotoringFile. View the full article
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  9. The MINI Aceman concept is massively important for MINI not only because it’s our first look at the brand’s new visual direction. It’s also MINI’s first vehicle built from the ground up to be electric. But what will the Aceman be in the line-up and what does it mean for the rest of the line-up? Even more important what does the future of MINI and the iconic Cooper look like? To get some answers we went straight to the best sources in the world. We sat down with both Adrian van Hooydonk (BMW Group’s Design Director) and Oliver Heimler (Head of MINI Design) to talk about the concept and what it means for MINI as it becomes all electric. It was a wonderfully free flowing conversation and both unlocked some of the thinking behind MINI’s new design direction as well as the Aceman itself. Oh and it gives more than a few hints of what’s the come. If you’re fan of the brand, this is a must read. Adrian Van Hooydonk, Head of all BMW Group Design MotoringFile – In your words, tell us what does the Aceman tell us about the future of MINI Adrian Van Hooydonk – Industry going through changes and most aren’t going away. For us as designers this represents the opportunity. When tech change, designers can make bigger, bolder changes in design and we’re about to do that in all of our brands. It also has a strong connection to the original 1959 in philosophy. In the next few months you’ll see these type of big leaps with all of our brands. The Aceman gives us clues where the brand will go combining electrification and digitalization and heritage. This show car does all of that. It specifically shows a new level of digitalization. At the moment it’s not so good in that area but this will be a tremendous jump. Oliver Heimler, Head of MINI Design MF – What inspired you to make such a bold move & what are the challenges with making such a radical departure? Oliver Heimler – Our goal is to be fully electric by 2030 (early 2030s in the US). The Aceman fills the gap between the Countryman and the forthcoming electric MINI Cooper which comes next year. Many markets have been asking for a larger Countryman which has opened space for something smaller in the family. This was a big opportunity to go into a new direction in terms of form language, making each of the characters unique. The Mini Cooper is the icon internally and has to be developed more carefully. The countryman has to be for the family. The Aceman is a new family member that is fresh and young – the edge is what we call it internally MF – How does the MINI Aceman compare to the Countryman in terms of size? Oliver Heimler – Electrification was an enabler for what mini stands for – maximize interior volume. The Aceman is slightly shorter than the first generation countryman but much more interior space. Our approach for the MINI Cooper will be different, we know we need to keep it as small as possible. Adrian Van Hooydonk – Ironically making something smaller takes more time and energy MF – How much can MINI experiment with the shape of its cars? Oliver Heimler – Proportions are important and have to be right. But form language is where we see there are chances for experimentation. We are well aware of those fantastic proportions MINI has. Wheels in the corner, short overhangs etc. As long as we are driving my ourselves we can’t lose. The first countryman did something different than the hatch but it stayed true to those proportions. Adrian Van Hooydonk – The family look is important. But within the family we need distinct characters not that different than a real family. MF – What is the biggest challenge in redefining the design language of a brand where heritage matters so much? Oliver Heimler – This question is something we work on every day! We started three projects same time thinking about this question. Part of the MINI history is disruption – (Alec) Issigonis didn’t care about what came before when he designed the original. For us, it’s how do deal with these elements when we don’t need all of them. We are always trying things and asking what is still necessary – which is what’s Issigonis asked. What do you need for a modern car today and what is MINI about it? The Cooper will be the successor of the hatch. It will still feature deep round headlights – those are some of the elements we won’t touch. This new car is more high-tech than ever but it’s as simple as the original 1959 Mini. Because of that design will be closer to the original but will feel all new. The Aceman will be most compact vehicle in the segment. It should look like it punches above its weight – like the original. It has a certain edginess and feel that it can do more than you would think We love this brand – we want to take care of it. It’s the only brand in the world that everyone loves! While Alec Issigonis did this in one car… we’ve done that across a family of MINIs. MF: What pushed you to be so radically simple with the interior? With the interior we looked at 1959 for inspiration and paid no attention to any iterations between then and now. In the original there’s a steering wheel, a central an a toggle bar. With this new family it’s the same thing. With digitization we were able to achieve that exact experience as the original Mini. The team fell in love with the toggle bar from the original 1959 car. We even brought back the turn-key as a movement to turn on the car. The design team wanted to bring back a tactile experience that felt connected to the original. We’re still human beings and we wanted to keep this tactile experience. MF: Tell us about electrification, range and how it’s impacted the way you design. Adrian Van Hooydonk – Battery tech is progressing rapidly. MINI was the first ev from the BMW Group and we learned a lot from it. We also learned a lot from its successor the BMW i3. We learned about range anxiety and how customers always drove less than they thought they would. We’ve also leaned that when the public sees a small car they don’t expect a huge range at this point. But still we’ve pushed for as much range as possible and optimized for aero because of it. Additionally we’ll see a new generation of battery with these cars that will allow for a huge leap in range. MF: How important is being small to the future of MINI? Oliver Heimler – The Countryman is designed around families. And we’ve heard from owners they need more space. With the hatch our goal was different – to make it smaller than before. Important for many reasons but key is the driving dynamics We also try to reduce as many components as possible to make things simpler and lighter. For instance the Aceman’s door panels are extremely simple to keep things simpler and lighter for both production and weight both also with sustainability in mind. Adian Van Hooydonk – We want to offer the smallest car in the segment. With the hatch we will always try to make it smaller. It’s only safety regulations that make the new hatch larger than the original. We could make as small than the original but crash standard get in the way. We are prepared to go the extra mile. A good design always start with a good proportion and both our designers and engineers understand that. Global requirements keep moving the goal posts but we never give up on that. MF – What’s the motivation in moving away from chrome and leather? Oliver Heimler – Lets talk about chrome – when we started with the new gen we started with a creative mindset. Started with these four mindsets: HeartbeatCuriosity Repsonbliity Daredevil We believe chrome isn’t modern anymore. Not for a young fresh brand. It also takes a lot of energy to produce and we look at the environmental impact across every component. We’re focused on zero emissions at the tailpipe but we want to go further and think about everything that goes into the car. With all this in mind MINI Design team felt strong that the brand should go no leather and chrome – which will be a first for the BMW Group. The textile in the dash and in the door is one idea we have to replace these. This also allows or new ideas. Currently there’s zero chance to change colors in your car. In the future you can change the color the yarn and fabric easily which can change the look of the car. MF – What inspired you to The Biggest Design Change Since the R50? What are the challenges with making such a radical departure? Adrian Van Hooydonk – Zietgiest – we’re living in a world that is changing in double speed. You either go at that speed or get left behind. When you go electric you have to make a big step. It also depends what stage the brand is at. BMW showed respect for the brand and the heritage and it became a success. Carefully BMW added new family members that stayed close – maybe too close to the oringal. Now we can say MINI is established in markets where the original as never sold. Now we can have the confidence to make each character in the family strong and unique. Of course there will be a core MINI but around it we can move a little more free. These chances warrant a bigger step and more courage This is about turning the page in terms of MINI design Oliver Heimler – The R50 is the grandson of the original. The Aceman is the entirely new family member. With this car we had more freedom similar to the original Countryman. We wanted to define a perfect character. It’s not the younger brother to the Countryman but defining something entirely different. What we did in the design process was to do clinics and get feedback from current customers and young potential customers. The feedback we got was overwhelmingly that finally MINI is getting young and fresh. MF – How are you innovating in Digital Connectivity? Light played a large role – how does that relate to the mini brand moving forward? Digitalization is offering opportunities to simplify technology. At MINI if we’re doing something for the customer it has to feel human. It’s not just lighting but animation, projections and sound. It’s happening inside and outside. The taillights – a big topic at MINI is personalization. We saw an opportunity to give customer what lighting signature the customer would like to have. That’s the idea behind the matrix lights which can change based on what a customer wants. The concept is personalization in a friendly and playful way. The experience creates an atmosphere around you that goes beyond function. This happened at the same time as we had decided to reduce the dashboard. MF – How is MINI creating something unique as google and apple fight to take over the in-vehicle experience? Adrian Van Hooydonk – We want to do vehicle interface ourselves. We have a strong and growing UI and UX team and you have to do it as part of your brand design. We will allow Carplay and Android Auto but if we were to hand over keys to Apple and Google, they wouldn’t go the extra mile to make it fit the brand expression we have carefully crafted. Oliver Heimler – We’ve created a fit that is much better but you also have a natural connection to our brand new MINI app. It’s all an experience that is all brand specific. The forthcoming personalized experience mode adds things that these companies never could. Some of those modes are connected to the driving dynamics – another advantage we see for us. While we have a great relationship with Apple and Google, we are a small player to them. Will JCW remain an important part of the brand? Oliver Heimler – That work is ongoing but not defined quite yet. I had the chance to drive the new Cooper and was just fascinated. The architecture is so good for driving dynamics… it’s even more go-kart feeling than today’s car. Oliver Heimler in the the MINI Strip concept. How much is sustainability influencing design decisions moving forward? Oliver Heimler – In everything we do we start by asking, is this idea sustainable or not? If not, it’s done. Aesthetics don’t overrule sustainability at MINI. While the materials you touch might be sustainable what about what’s underneath – this is what we’re thinking about across the BMW Group We want to design even for disassembly. It’s not easy because we also need our suppliers to think this way. The MINI Strip allowed us to get more ideas in that direction. Adrian Van Hooydonk – We can now completely recycle aluminum cast wheels and turn them into new ones for instance. Every design we create we think about the energy that will go into forming that shape and is it worth it? Do you see going electric and becoming more sustainable is a way for MINI to grow? Oliver Heimler – We believe the world will turn more in the direction of mini… the world is becoming more MINI (said smiling). The post Exclusive: Adrian Van Hooydonk & Oliver Heimler on the Aceman & the Future of MINI appeared first on MotoringFile. View the full article
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  11. Добрый день. Cooper S R56, Мотор N14 turbo. Меняли маслосъемные колпачки и шестерню VVT. Вроде все собрали как в мануале используя кондукторы и шплинт маховика, выставили правильно (распредвал, шестерня VVT), собрали, но стали плавать обороты ХХ. Сделали адаптацию с помощью ISPA (удалили адаптацию, адаптировали VANOS) не помогло. При этом ошибок диагностика по блоку двигателя вообще никаких не фиксирует. Мотор встряхивает на низах. Нужно ли было как-то шестерню разлочивать перед установкой.. Подскажите, куда смотреть, что проверить. Заранее спасибо.
  12. Добрый день. Есть информация, что можно разблокировать applCarPlay на mini f54 с сенсорным но малым дисплеем, навигации нет. Может кто знает, как это сделать самостоятельно? Да и вообще почти никакой информации о кодировании(активации) опций не нашёл, если такую видели можете поделиться?
  13. https://traffic.libsyn.com/secure/whiteroofradio/Woof685.mp3Starting off with our rememberance of Mr. Paddy Hopkirk. He was a great human that we were all lucky enough to meet and interview. We are still looking for the interview we did we him, but fear it might have been lost to the great server outage of aught nine. Gabe catches us up on #mtts2022 and thank you to those of you that asked about Todd and I. We really appreciate that. Then, we have a little something to say about the MINI Aceman concept. Don’t forget Black Roof Radio, the pre show for each episode, available to you 100% free of charge! The post White Roof Radio 685: The Loss of a Legend appeared first on MotoringFile. View the full article
  14. для стартера митсубиси щетки комплектом почти как оригинал - KRAUF SHM7859MG 400 руб. один недостаток резинка не герметичная на медном проводе, но это силиконом можно поправить.
  15. Добрый вечер. По словам производителя, коробка на МИНИ неремонтно пригодна, а меняется агрегатно. Партнеры за бугром все разобрали, подобрали необходимые и предлагали комплектом.Заказывал в Англии в компании GTTunung рем.комплект подшипников для ручной коробки R53s Mini Cooper S Комплект стоил 280 фунтовВ комплект входит 8 подшипников и 2 сальника.Цена за комплект 15тр
  16. НОВЫЕ Регулируемые рычаги 4 штуки задней подвески. Стоимость у производителя 659$ без доставки в Россию. HOTCHKIS 13810 регулируют угол от нуля до отрицательных четырёх градусов. Каждое звено регулируется ослаблением стопорных гаек и вращение шестигранного центра. Полиуретановые втулки с возможностью смазывания с помощью фитингов. Покупал для себя и вёз из Америсы для автомобиля MINI COOPER. Цена за комплект 30тр 02-09 Mini Cooper Competition Rear Camber Links from Hotchkis Sport Suspension. Hotchkis Sport Suspension 13810 Competition or Street Rear Camber Links for 2002-2009 Mini Cooper and Copper S have a zero to negative four degrees for increased rear grip are fully built and pre-set to the stock length with greasable bushings. Each Link is simply adjusted by loosening the lock nuts and then rotating the hex center for more or less camber. The Sport Rear Camber Links are designed and tested to suit any street or track environment. With the Links pre-set to the stock length you can then use that camber setting as your new baseline. The Links themselves are made up of two tubular steel outer arms with a billet aluminum hex center. The polyurethane bushings can be greased by utilizing the zerk fittings at each end. Durable yet highly functional the Sport Camber Links give you the freedom to set your Mini s rear camber at any setting. Application: 02-06 Cooper Cooper S 07- Cooper Cooper S
  17. Доброго времени суток! Подскажите, что делать, если в подлокотник с зарядкой не помещается телефон. Может можно убрать эту штуку, которая держит телефон? Очень хочется пользоваться зарядкой(
  18. The all electric MINI Aceman concept is our first look at the next generation MINI family and a radically new brand design language. This is a bold new step for the brand that leans into both driver experience and digital experience as core to the brand. All of this is wrapped in a minimal design language that is a radically departure from the retro futuristic aesthetic that MINI has relied on for two decades. Where the MINI Aceman fits into the MINI line-up, what it means for the brand’s future and where it will even be offering globally that’s particularly interesting. The MINI Aceman – The Future of MINI Design While the word concept is in the title, rest assured this is a lightly disguised version of the forthcoming electric MINI Aceman crossover coming in 2024. There are design details we don’t see (that funky fabric on the seats) and some we will (that massive circular display). The biggest theme here is reduction – something Oliver Heimler, Head of MINI Design, has been forecasting for years. Along with the clear and reduced exterior and interior design, the digital user experience, lighting and even sound reimagine what’s possible in terms of driving experience. MINI is introducing surfaces constructed from knitted recycled textile and is doing away with leather entirely for the next generation. This all creates a unique interior experience that MINI is banking on will differentiate it from competitors. One thing you notice right away is the total absence of chrome and leather. Yes MINI is embracing new concepts for color and trim and going strictly vegan. The all-electric models of the next generation are also given an independent sound design for the first time, providing an experience that’s intended to bring emotion and “drive sounds” for the new Experience Modes. What that means will likely resemble the Hans Zimmer soundtrack we’ve seen on the BMW iX and i4. Oliver Heilmer has been adamant since he became head of MINI design that the brand must not forget its roots as it looks to the future. With the introduction of the MINI Aceman concept we now know what that means. In simple terms it means MINI is done with the bulbous, retro-futuristic theme that the brand has been relying on since the original R50 design penned by Frank Stephenson. In it’s MINI’s New Design Language is also moving from physical to digital with the insertion of a large circular screen and LEDs inside and out. But the devil’s in the details and seeing, using and driving will be believing. And that’s if the new electric hatch makes it the US. Embracing Minimalism and Android – The Interior and Infotainment of the MINI Aceman The MINI Concept Aceman interior is all about reduction and minimalism. Taking inspiration from the original 1959 Mini, the MINI Design team has created an interior that feels dramatically different from what comes before it. Because of that it feels dominated by the large circular display that’s intended to be the sole OELD screen (beyond the optional HUD) powering all infotainment and driving instruments. As part of this new generation MINI is rethinking it’s approach to infotainment and vehicle connectivity. Core to this is the new circular infotainment built on Android Open Source Project (AOSP) software stack. This is different than Android Auto (although it will be offered along with CarPlay). Instead this is the digital foundation of the system which will allow MINI to lever not just various Google technologies but modernize the back-end. It also allows MINI to leverage the massive amount of Android developer talent globally. Because of Android’s reach, there’s simply far more developers who can develop on the platform making it easier for MINI to find talent. True to Mini tradition, a toggle switch bar is set below the large screen. The redesigned toggle switches operate the parking brake, select gears, activate and deactivate the drive, select Experience Modes and adjust the audio system volume. Each toggle is individually designed as a rotary knob or toggle switch for the most intuitive operation. It’s an asymmetrical layout that drives the point home that MINI is focused on form following functionality. The actual interface pure concept in the Aceman so there’s not a lot to be learned from what we see. However we should see the final digital interface late until next year. The MINI Aceman – How Big Is It? In MINI’s words this is a crossover version of the iconic MINI three door hatch. In other words it bridges the gap from the new electric MINI hatch and the forthcoming (larger) 2024 MINI Countryman. What that means to us is that the MINI Aceman is almost the same size as the original R60 MINI Countryman at 4.05 meters in length, 1.99 in width and 1.59 in height. Inside it promises to be even larger. Since it’s all electric, it uses design geometry that reduces the overhangs and maximizes the interior volume. You can clearly see this in the images inside and out. And to us that’s one of the more exciting aspects of this new direction for MINI. Recently MINI told us that the brand is “working up fresh ideas on the design of urban mobility in the future and the User Experience associated with the use of the display and control system of MINI makes a major contribution to the driving fun so typical of the brand.” We can begin to get a sense of that with this concept and the unveiling of that circular OLED display and the textile dash with a built-in screen. Will the MINI Aceman Come the US Market? In a word, no. Two reasons. The Aceman (along with the next generation electric MINI hatch) will be built in China. That means it would be subjected to a margin killing 25% tarriff making it’s less than compelling from a price standpoint. Making the case worse for the Aceman will be the next generation MINI Countryman which is designed with the US market in mind and will be imported from Germany. According to sources MINI USA deems the Aceman too small for the US market given how close the cost would be after tariffs are factored in to the forthcoming larger Countryman. To us that’s a massive shame given how progressive this crossover looks to be. We also love the size which feels like a grown-up four door hatch to us. The Next Generation MINI Family The Aceman is the first of many vehicle debuts we’ll see over the next 18 months as MINI prepared to launch it’s new generation. But not all will be entirely new. What we’ve been focused on with the Aceman is the entirely new, all electric MINI platform which will be built in collaboration with Great Wall Motors in China. But there’s another, petrol powered hatch coming which might be just as, if not more important for the MINI fans. MINI intends to heavily revise the UK made F56, give it a new chassis designation and sell it as a new MINI hatch. It will be MINI’s last ICE (internal combustion engine) powered car and will be critical to the US market as it’s still unclear of any of the Chinese made electric MINIs will make it to the US. Then there’s the all-new MINI Countryman which will be made in Germany in both ICE and electric forms. It will be about 10″ longer than the Aceman and will be based on the new FAAR platform underpinning next generation BMW X1 and X2. OFFICIAL RELEASE: All Electric MINI Concept Aceman – Our First Look at the Next Generation MINI Family MINI presents study previewing a new vehicle concept for the premium small car segment: purely electrically driven, chrome and leather-free, in a completely new design language and with advanced digitalisation, creating an intensive user experience. Munich. The new MINI family is taking shape. The British brand presents the MINI Concept Aceman, an initial preview of its future model generation’s new design. This concept car puts the spotlight on the design and technological innovations MINI sees as defining the brand- typical driving pleasure of the future. A purely electric drive, the Charismatic Simplicity clear and reduced design language, a new digital interior experience and a responsible material design with absolutely no leather and chrome elements – the MINI fuses these attributes together with the concept of the very first crossover model for the premium small car segment. For the first time, the MINI Cooper in the iconic three-door body shape that has been consistently reinterpreted over its entire 60-plus-year history will be joined by a crossover model in the next model generation, a model with enhanced versatility and rugged appeal. “The MINI Concept Aceman provides an initial glimpse of a completely new vehicle, bridging the space between the MINI Cooper and the MINI Countryman in the model family’s future,” says Stefanie Wurst, Head of the MINI Brand. “This concept car reflects how MINI is reinventing itself for its all- electric future and what the brand stands for: an electrified go-kart feel, an immersive digital experience and a strong focus on a minimal environmental footprint.” The dawn of a new MINI design era. The design language presented for the first time by the MINI Concept Aceman represents the dawn of a new MINI design era. The principle behind Charismatic Simplicity showcases the essentials, giving the typical MINI design features even greater significance. Staying true to the brand’s traditional values, yet with a passion for technological innovation, the new MINI design creates a vehicle character packed with powerful emotion and with progressive appeal and unmistakable style. Along with the clear and reduced exterior and interior design, the holistic user experience of light, movement, interaction and sound also combine to define this style. Surfaces constructed from knitted recycled textile with fresh colour contrasts combine with seamless digital controls with a new OLED display as the central interface. This all creates a unique interior experience that remains unmistakably MINI. The all-electric models of the next generation are also given an independent sound design for the first time, providing emotionally compelling drive sounds and an authentic background for the new Experience Modes. Creative use of space reinterpreted. Everything about the appearance of MINI Concept Aceman expresses agility and a self-confident presence. This merges distinctive features of the brand’s two most successful models, the MINI Cooper and the MINI Countryman, to create a modern interpretation of a crossover model. A functional two-box design with short overhangs creates the maximum of space for occupants and luggage on a minimal surface area. The MINI Concept Aceman has four doors and a large boot lid with interior seating for five. It also has the proportions you would expect of the brand with an exterior length of 4.05 metres, a width of 1.99 metres and a height of 1.59 metres, all in a particularly contemporary form. The classic three-way division of body, all-round window graphics and roof is reinterpreted. A flush transition between the vehicle body and glass surfaces makes the most of the aerodynamic properties. The clear and reduced design of the MINI Concept Aceman completely dispenses with the chrome trim around the edges that was common in earlier model generations. Wide surrounds on the lower edge of the body, strongly contoured wheel arches, large wheels, a striking roof rack, and front and rear valance panels styled as an underride protection emphasise the solid all-round characteristics of a crossover model for urban driving fun. Vehicle front with a striking magnetism and individual accents. The upright front of the MINI Concept Aceman strikingly announces its presence. The brand’s iconic design features have been reinterpreted to reflect its crossover characteristics and purely electric drive. The radiator grille element at the centre of the vehicle front is surrounded by clear surfaces, the traditionally hexagonal outline having been further refined into an octagonal contour. The new design is accentuated by an illuminated surround. The LED contour lighting in a shade of light green provides a striking light signature both in daytime running lights and in night design. The central grille element of the MINI Concept Aceman is completely closed. Matrix LED units are integrated in its upper section to create impressive lighting effects to welcome its occupants. The MINI Concept Aceman headlights also feature their own contours, moving them away from the classic round shape. The continuous contour lighting of the daytime running light brings out its sense of independence. The contour of the lights follows through to the surfaces of the outer areas of the bonnet. This further accentuates their individual expression. Clearly designed surfaces with clearly defined edges. Taking their cue from the bonnet, the wheel arches also feature flat and geometrically modelled surfaces. This, too, is an expression of the clarity in the new MINI design style. Precise edges also structure the body’s tight surfaces. Combined with the MINI Concept Aceman’s assertive proportions and upright front, this “edginess” signifies a progressive interpretation of the robustness and versatility characteristic of a crossover model. A diagonal contour below the A-pillars sparks memories of the striking weld seam of the classic MINI. Surface modelling and lines create an exciting tapered effect between the front and rear wheel arches that give a dynamic expression to the side view of the MINI Concept Aceman. This intensively accentuates the powerful profile of the rear wheel arches. These are further defined by distinctive contour lines, the first of their kind on a MINI. Contour lines provide a lively play of light and shadow in the side view; a dynamic upward movement in the front area, an elongated progression and a steep downward swing. A matt green side skirt, more pronounced in the area of the doors, gives the vehicle an athletic appearance. Characteristic elements with attention to detail and a typical MINI twist. The clear exterior surface design is combined with signature features that emphasise an attention to detail and at the same time boast a typical MINI twist. The oblong hole outline is a recurring element with many instances, including the door openers – integrated flush with the surface for the first time in a MINI – as well as the exterior mirror caps and the MINI logo in the lower door section. The design also features in numerous details in the interior. The equally distinctive Union Jack design, acknowledging the brand’s British roots, is seen in both the rear light graphic and on the robust roof rack. 20-inch light-alloy wheels fill the MINI Concept Aceman’s generously proportioned wheel arches. The triangular outline in the centre of the rim, giving the spokes visual depth and dynamism, is a special graphic feature which is generally only noticed on second glance. Athletic shoulder line, powerful rear. Generously designed surfaces and horizontal lines give the rear of the MINI Concept Aceman a striking and modern appearance, clearly emphasising the vehicle’s width. This effect is supported by a striking indentation at the transition between the body and the window graphics, which makes the most of the aerodynamic properties of the vehicle and lends it a pronounced, athletic shoulder line. In the rear perspective, this creates the cascading contour MINI is known for, gradually broadening towards the road. The dark roof spoiler and the glass surface of the rear window further reinforce this impression by visually receding into the background. The distinctive vertical MINI rear lights provide a captivating contrast to the clear, horizontal surfaces. They also feature matrix LED units, as do the radiator grille element at the front of the vehicle and the interior of the headlights, allowing for different lighting scenarios depending on the situation. The versatile features of this crossover model are referenced by a wide, dark-coloured surround at the lower edge of the rear valence and the underride protection element integrated in the centre. Expressive exterior colours for a lively vehicle character. The MINI Concept Aceman’s youthful, lively character is underlined by an expressive paint finish for the body and a stylishly coordinated contrasting colour for the roof. The Icy Sunglow Green variant body paint, a light turquoise shade diving into gold, features a shade that comes through with varying levels of intensity depending on the light and the perspective. This means that it impressively tracks the subtle three- dimensionality of the surfaces and lines in the exterior. The MINI Concept Aceman roof is painted in traditional metallic British Racing Green. The dark green trim on the lower edge of the body and on the wheel arches, similar to the colour scheme on the roof, lend an attractive contrast to the light exterior colour. Splashes of neon green provide a lively effect of depth. The roof rack has green fastening straps and an iridescent coating that creates a metallic sheen covering a wide colour spectrum of blue, turquoise, green and violet. Basic navy blue is combined with blue-grey painted spokes on the alloy wheels. The underride protection elements at the front and rear of the MINI Concept Aceman are in royal blue. The front and rear valences are also each fitted with two distinctive loudspeakers that draw the attention – not only acoustically but visually as well. The loudspeakers, which accompany the welcome scenario with a distinctive model-specific sound, feature an eye-catching pink-orange paint finish. Interior: MINImalism redefined. The MINI Concept Aceman interior is also dominated by a reduced design with clear contours and carefully executed details. It combines innovative technology with newly interpreted, yet typical MINI design features. The concept car’s cockpit is consistently reduced to the bare essentials, just as the designer of the classic MINI had in mind in 1959. Alec Issigonis designed an interior which, in addition to the seats, steering wheel and gear lever, needed nothing more than a central round instrument and toggle switch bar to experience unrivalled driving pleasure. Wide-open and gently curved surfaces in the area of the door panels and the dashboard give a generous feeling of space. The large panoramic glass roof of the MINI Concept Aceman provides an ambience flooded in light. Its glass surface is patterned by the transverse and diagonal struts of the roof rack, whose structure picks up on the Union Jack flag motif, reminding us of the brand’s origins when gazing up at the sky from the interior. The dashboard is a flat design element styled like a sound bar that extends across the entire width of the interior in front of the driver’s and front passenger’s seats. Its soft knitted textile surfaces create a modern and homey atmosphere in the MINI Concept Aceman interior. The dashboard is connected via a support structure which, like the roof rack, displays the Union Jack pattern, re-emphasising the harmony between exterior and interior design. Central interface and toggle switch: typical MINI harmony in digital and analogue controls. The dashboard, extending particularly far into the interior in the central area, forms the perfect setting for the central interface, which combines all the functions of the instrument cluster and the on-board monitor as a round OLED display. True to its traditions, a toggle switch bar is set below the large screen. Touch control using state-of-the-art digitalisation and analogue functionality with physical switches are uniquely and typically combined in a way that is unmistakably MINI. Innovative user interface in the form of a circular OLED display. The distinctive MINI display and operating experience scales new heights with its reinterpretation of the familiar central interface. MINI is the world’s first car manufacturer to present a circular OLED display that takes up the entire surface of the central interface. OLED technology gives the display a particularly high-quality appearance and can display strong contrasts and deep blacks. The user interface also features a completely new graphic display, a modern layout and attractively designed widgets. The display area that extends beyond the central interface is another highlight. Moving image projections can transfer the control system content to the entire dashboard, creating a unique digital experience extending right into the door panels. The projection opens up an infinite variety of representations – from a sharply outlined map to scattered images of clouds. The projection’s colour scheme and lighting mood are accompanied by appropriate sound sequences. Three new Experience Modes for a complete vehicle experience. Innovative Experience Modes generate new possibilities to individualise and personalise the driving experience in the interior of the MINI Concept Aceman. They combine specific displays and colour worlds, which are depicted on the central interface panel and through interior projection, and a coordinated sound stage. The personal mode allows the user to transfer an image motif of their own free choice to the OLED display. This novel form of personalisation is complemented by a moving image projection on the dashboard which can, for example, show cloud formations, ocean waves and the shimmering surface of a swimming pool. The selected projection is accompanied by a suitable sound backdrop. Pop-Up Mode in the MINI Concept Aceman will provide you with eventful navigation and some surprising moments. The system suggests appropriate navigation destinations based on a category selected by the user, shows the route on the OLED display and via projection onto the dashboard. For example, you can choose an attractive leisure activity in the “Adventures” category, a popular restaurant under “Tasty” or a currently active event location as a “Trending” destination. Specific sounds are played for each category to bring even more of a sense of anticipation to the experience ahead. Vivid Mode enables an interactive design of the display area on the OLED display and the adjacent surfaces. This is an innovative entertainment function that can be used both during short breaks when stopping at traffic lights and while charging the high-voltage battery. Simply touch the touch display in the central interface to create coloured “letter bubbles” from the components of the “Aceman” lettering and move them left and right on the dashboard. The letters have their own movement algorithm and interact with each other in the projection by overlapping and forming fluid graphic shapes and patterns. The playful elements of Vivid Mode are underlined by experimental sounds whose rhythm constantly changes with the interaction between user and vehicle. Welcome scenario with the MINI Companion. The newly developed MINI Concept Aceman user experience offers a holistic experience of lighting and sound made possible by digital technology with a flowing transition between exterior and interior even before starting your journey. It intensifies the experience of the different states of the vehicle and the interaction with the occupants. The headlights and radiator grille element, central interface and projections work together in precisely orchestrated harmony. The exterior light show includes the display of the MINI Companion as a sensor-based animation. As soon as someone approaches the MINI Concept Aceman, they are tracked by a cloud of light in the front of the vehicle that gets brighter as they get closer. At the same time, an interactive sound emanates from the exterior loudspeakers, the intensity linked to the distance between the vehicle and the user. When the vehicle is unlocked, the matrix LED units on the grille surface display a Union Jack graphic. At the same time, the surround of the grille element lights up and the LED matrix of the right headlamp gives a friendly wink. The light animation is accompanied by an unmistakable sound sequence. It consists of four tones, each representing a letter in the MINI brand name. This sequence is called an earcon, which serves as a fixed symbol for certain events or information, in the same way that a visual icon does. When the door is opened, a colourful graphic image is projected onto the floor in the entry area. A corresponding radial “colour burst” of maximised pixels can be seen at the same time on the round display of the central interface, accompanied by a similarly multicoloured projection directed from the roof lining onto the dashboard and door panels. The welcome scenario is completed by the words “Hey Friend” on the display and a spherical sound unfolding, in which overlapping chattering voices and music sequences create the impression of a convivial meet-up, to be further developed on the coming drive in the MINI Concept Aceman. Progressive colour and material design in the interior. The purist interior design is combined with a colour and material scheme specially developed for the MINI Concept Aceman. The ambience is enhanced by innovative, high-quality materials selected with a conscious eye on sustainability. Charming colour contrasts catch the eye on the minimalist door panels and in the dashboard area. There, the khaki green base colour for the background surfaces is combined with knitted textile perimeters made of light grey recycled polyester with a slight blue tinge and featuring precisely placed decorative seams. The MINI Concept Aceman seats feature a discreet geometry with integrated headrests. Their materials as well as their colouring and graphic patterns come even more into focus. Seating surfaces have a lively, three-dimensional look achieved by a combination of textile flat knit, velvet velour and waffle weave, an over-dimensional houndstooth pattern and embroidered X and O graphics. The MINI Concept Aceman is innovative in demonstrating the great potential of textile surfaces for modern forms of design expression. The relocation of the controls for the gear selector and parking brake creates extra free space between the driver and passenger seats. This space is put to use in the MINI Concept Aceman by a flexible centre console that extends, transparently and seemingly free-floating, into the rear area. The centre console surface offers the option to freely position storage compartments, a wireless charging station for the smartphone, cupholders or a myriad of other uses. Consistently dispensing with chrome and leather. Chrome elements are completely dispensed with – not only in the exterior of the MINI Concept Aceman, but also inside. Instead, the dashboard support structure creates its own high-quality, individual highlight in the interior, with its iridescent coating matching the roof support for example. The steering wheel of the MINI Concept Aceman, like the seats, door panels and all other interior surfaces, is also leather-free. The steering wheel rim is laminated with dark green velvet velour, giving a particularly pleasant feel. The multifunction buttons are integrated under backlit textile surfaces. The “Aceman” lettering and a robust strap form the six o’clock spoke of the steering wheel. First public appearance at gamescom 2022 in Cologne. The public will get its first sight of the MINI Concept Aceman at the gamescom 2022 computer and video games fair in Cologne. The international gathering of developers, publishers, experts and aficionados of the gaming and Esports scene will begin on 23 August 2022 with a livestream and then continue until 28 August 2022 at the Cologne Exhibition Centre. MINI Aceman Gallery The post Premier: MINI Aceman Concept & The New MINI Design Language appeared first on MotoringFile. View the full article
  19. MINI will be taking the wraps off of it’s new design direction with the MINI Aceman concept on July 27th. Closely tied to it’s forthcoming, all-new electric MINI hatch, the Aceman is intended to show off many of the new and even futuristic features of the next generation MINIs. What can we learn from this concept? Turns out a lot. The Aceman will be a small crossover that will debut in 2024 as a 2025 model. This concept will be a lightly disguised version intended to tease the ultra-minimal interior and fully personalized lighting (inside and out) we’ll see on all forthcoming MINIs. It’s also going to show-off MINIs new desire to go smaller with both the new electric hatch an the production Aceman. There’s only one problem if you’re in the US – it’s not coming here. Due to the realities of the US market wanting larger crossovers, the smaller Aceman doesn’t fit well within the line-up here. However there’s still a lot to learn from what we’ll see. Look for the full release this Wednesday July 27th. The post The MINI Aceman Concept Teased Ahead of Debut appeared first on MotoringFile. View the full article
  20. Здравствуйте. а где ремонтировались ? ( какой город) вчера заглохла на ходу и машина не заводится (думаю куда везти малыша
  21. Добрый день любители mini! Машина MINI JCW COUNTRYMAN F60 (WMWYV910703F15602). Лопнула левая передняя пружина. С запчастями сейчас проблема из за последних событий, нашел по объявлению амортизатор в сборе номер 31316884961. Подскажите кто знает подойдет он к моей машине. Ссылка на объявление https://www.avito.ru/moskva/zapchasti_i_aksessuary/peredniy_amortizator_mini_f60_countryman_jcw_all4_1910146211
  22. There is no single race car driver who’s played a bigger role for the MINI brand in it’s rally days. That’s why news of Paddy’s passing so huge for the MINI community. We know the fame he amassed with an extraordinary Rally Monte Carlo victory in 1964. But he was also a gentleman of the highest order as a MINI ambassador, charity leader and automotive safety advocate. I had the pleasure of spending time with Paddy Hopkirk on several occasions. The first was the original MC40 launch in the dead of winter in Chicago 2004. He was humbled by the outpouring of excitement over not just the car but the reaction to Paddy himself being there. He was genuinely surprised that he had fans in the US let alone adoring ones. But his accomplishments behind the wheel of a classic Mini had become legendary to entirely new generation as the MINI was relaunched and the story of David vs Goliath never gets old. The last time was at a press event a few years back. Ever the humble and thoughtful spokesperson, he was not just approachable but was eager to share stories and even listen to your own. I explained how his status among this new generation of MINI fan had been The Story of the 1964 Monte Carlo Rally The Ford Falcon was powered by eight cylinders and had a lead of 17 seconds. Paddy Hopkirk had stowed a can of caviar in the toolbox of his Mini Cooper S and he had just mastered the “Night of the Long Knives” in a rumbustious drive. In 1964, the Monte Carlo Rally was still a genuine adventure for all the competing racing drivers and the spectacle was broadcast live on television. This was the era when automobile manufacturers all over the world discovered rally sport as the perfect stage for presenting their models. And consequently, vehicles from different weight and performance classes competed against each other with a handicap formula providing appropriate compensation when allocating points. 0In the winter of 1964, Hopkirk and his English co-pilot Harry Liddon started out from Minsk in the Monte Carlo Rally, which at that time commenced as a star rally from nine different European cities. The six Mini works cars and the other vehicles in the starter field only met up in Rheims, France. At that time, Patrick or “Paddy” Hopkirk was already able to look back on an impressive career in which he had won hillclimb races and come out victorious five times in the Circuit of Ireland. Hopkirk had also attracted attention in the Tulip Rally staged in the Netherlands, the Austrian Alpine Rally and the Safari Rally. In 1962, he crossed the finishing line driving a Sunbeam Rapier in third place in the overall placings of the Monte Carlo Rally. And because he had such a taste for adventure and had never driven on Soviet roads, Hopkirk registered voluntarily to start the race in Minsk in 1964. He started off successfully, and along the country roads in France a duel quickly developed between Hopkirk driving the Mini Cooper S and Swedish driver Bo Ljungfeldt in the Ford Falcon. The showdown came on the Col de Turini and this was destined to presage the ultimate outcome for the race. On the day before, there had been a big snowfall and this significantly slowed down powerful and heavy vehicles steered by competing drivers. However, this wasn’t the case for the little challenger. According to Hopkirk: “The Mini performed particularly well going downhill, and the tests had all been uphill and down dale so that we were able make good anything we lost going uphill when we were driving downhill.” Everything else was dealt with by the handicap formula. Ljungfeldt made up 17 seconds during the “Night of the Long Knives” and gained a lead of half a minute in the final circuit race on the Monte Carlo Grand Prix track, but this was not enough to displace Paddy Hopkirk from his position as number one in the overall placings. At the finishing line, it took some time before all the times had been compared and all the points had been totted up. However, ultimately the first overall victory achieved by the classic Mini in the Monte Carlo Rally was established. The surprising coup won acclaim worldwide, and feverish celebrations followed in the United Kingdom. The classic MINI became a motor-sport legend and Paddy Hopkirk shot to fame as the United Kingdom’s most illustrious rally driver overnight. After the winner’s podium ceremony, driver and vehicle were repatriated to the United Kingdom where they starred in the immensely popular TV show of the time, “Sunday Night at the London Palladium”. Fans, celebrities and even the British Government sent telegrams to convey their congratulations. Hopkirk’s most treasured memorabilia include an autograph card from the Beatles with the message: “Now you are one of us, Paddy!” The MINI Cooper S continued to dominate the Monte Carlo Rally in subsequent years. Hopkirk’s Finnish teammates Timo Mäkinen and Rauno Aaltonen, who had taken places four and seven in 1964, succeeded in driving the Mini Cooper S to second and third place in the overall standings in 1965 and 1967 respectively. Rally fans named the trio “The Three Musketeers”. In 2010, they were all welcomed as the first members of the Finnish “Rally Hall of Fame”. In 1967, Hopkirk took sixth place in the overall standings and in the following year he crossed the finishing line of the “Monte” in fifth place. However, it was inevitable that the golden era of this diminutive adventurous runabout was coming to an end, particularly since the competition had been busily working on developments. Hopkirk changed to other models and won a number of races including the Acropolis Rally. In 1968, Paddy Hopkirk highlighted his reputation as a fair sportsman and gentleman in the London-Sydney Marathon when he and his co-pilot Tony Nash stopped their Austin, which was in the lead, in order to rescue a team from their burning car that had been involved in a serious accident. At the beginning of the 1970s, Paddy Hopkirk retired from professional rallying and built up a career importing automobiles to his homeland of Northern Ireland and the sale of accessory products sold under the brand named after him. He was also involved in the relaunch of the MINI brand as a consultant to the BMW Group. The veteran rally driver had been engaging in engages in a wealth of honorary activities including helping MINI launch the Paddy Hopkirk Edition MINI last year. During his active driving career, Hopkirk supported a large number of road safety campaigns and he was still involved as an ambassador for the charity organisation IAM RoadSmart at the time of his passing. His commitments also included working on the Board of Management of the British Racing Drivers’ Club and supporting WheelPower, an association dedicated to promoting wheelchair sport. In 2016, Paddy Hopkirk received the award of Member of the Order of the British Empire from Princess Anne. Paddy, we salute you. 1964 monte carlo rally Hopkirk/Lidden mini cooper s. world copyright: LAT photographic ‘ The post Legendary MINI Rally Driver Paddy Hopkirk Passes Away at 89 appeared first on MotoringFile. View the full article
  23. Добрый день. Скажите на R56 должно быть все аналогично, как вы думаете?
  24. Добрый день. Тема еще жива? Если да, то готов поделится своим опытом замены руля. Исходные данные Mini R56 руль простой - две спицы. Сдох приемник поменял от R60 и понеслась. Захотелось мультируль и три спицы. Прикупил руль с подушкой и блок подрулевых переключателей. Все заработало сразу и подсветка кнопок и кнопки. НО есть одно но: перестали "отстреливаться" повороты при возврате руля. Смотрел NCS Expert все необходимые функции включены, INPA регистрирует угол поворота рулевого колеса, CAN шина отвечает. Делал коллибровку датчика угла поворота, все без результатно. Может кто подскажет куда еще копнуть. P.S. Склоняюсь в сторону блока FRM....
  25. Была такая тема как у вас. Объездил многих "мастеров" по акпп и вариаторам - это прям боль. Бюджеты все загоняют огого, а гарантия такая, что я сам после своих действий могу ее себе дать 100%. В итоге наткнулся на ютубе на видос по полному ребилду варика vt для мини. Не сказать что сильно сэкономил на ремонте, в финансах точно сэкономил раза в 2-2,5, а вот по времени совсем нет, зато получил опыт в демонтаже-монтаже и ремонте вариаторов VT1. Демонтаж и ребилд делал раза 3 наверное, общее кол-во времени потраченного часов наверное 40, в последний раз с демонтажом разборкой, и обратным монтажом уже за 10 часов справились вдвоем. Кароче первый раз я заменил все прокладки, резинки, отшлифовал конуса, заменил сальники, заменил подшипники, ремень, прочистил и разобрал гидроблок, проверил мультиметром степ-мотор, линейный соленойд или его еще называют соленойд сцепления - все в порядке. Проверил в гидроблоке наличие пластмассовых шариков и их износ, все клапана. Внутри все промыл бензином и продул воздухом. Собираю и ставлю вариатор на место, заливаю масло, на подъемнике завожу, включаю D, затем R - вуаля колеса крутятся. Значит я уже что-то сделал правильно. Дальше сбиваю програмно с помощью ISTA - адаптации и ввожу в режим x. Поехал проверять, машина козлит, тупит, обороты прыгают, расстроился, выехал на МКАД и по обочине удалось разогнать машину с рывками до 120 км.ч (при условии поломки что она не ехала у меня вообще выше 30 км ч, это победа была для меня). Отпустил педаль газа почти до полной остановки как в мануале. Катался целый день так из режима х и не вышел, расстроился. Еще и однажды после перегрева вариатора от напруги вылезла EP, ну после того как остыла чуть, убралась сама. В общем дня 2 пытался выйти из х - не вышло. Расстроился! Но стал думать, смотреть видосы, затер до дыр все мануалы, и пересмотрел МЕГАтонны инфы о том как работает вариатор из чего состоит и что выходит чаще из строя. Вылезли гипотезы: 1. Хаотичное переключение передач, но раз разогнал до 120 значит с давлением все в порядке и пробуксовок нет, трубки ПИТО в порядке иначе бы не разогнал. Вывод не правильно работает СТЕП-МОТОР в гидроблоке. Решение заменить степ мотор или гидроплиту целиком с рабочего варика. 2. Датчик вращения.... Решение заменить датчик. 3. Дальнейший поиск проблем. Загнал на подъемник машину, слил масло в чистую тару и предварительно подготовленную + купил еще литрушку на всякий. Снимаю крышку поддона варика, демонтирую гидроблок, вставляю другой (у меня их благо аж 3 штуки, как и вариаторов этих покупал контрактные раньше и просто менял, накопилось) Закручиваю крышку заново, заливаю масло и поехал проверять даже не собирая до конца передок. Итог - ситуация не поменялась никак, хотя поначалу показалось обратное, самоубеждение))) Далее снова на подъемник, меняю датчик вращения который сверху на вариаторе. Пробую, никакого эффекта. Не могу уже вспомнить эмоции какие испытывал тогда, агрессия, гнев, смирение, принятие)))) Выбираю день загружаю свой второй вариатор в багажник, и снова еду на подъемник предварительно захватив помощника. Снова демонтируем вариатор, снимаем крышку поддона, и тут я вспоминаю о видео по ребилду о том самом Sensing Shoe, той детальке которая как раз должна быть идеально ровной, и должна поджимать конуса плавно при развитии скорости. Откручиваю лючок для снятия этого "ботинка" с трубкой, засовываю туда магнит, и пытаюсь его достать слегка помогая пальцем снизу, довожу до четверти и он застревает, хотя идеально прямой вроде как. Долго мучился смазывал, и все таки с трудом удалось достать. Со второго вариатора достаю этот же самый шток - легко и без гемора, ставлю на место в "ребилднутую коробку", зашел легко также как и вышел из того. Собираю, гидроблок ставлю на место, закручиваю крышку, меняю прокладку снова, т.к от частых разборок сборок, она уже никакая. Ставим с братом на место вариатор. Заливаем масло, собираем. Передок оставляем пока. Дальше я молю бога чтобы с третьего раза машина вышла из режима х, и поехала как надо. Выезжаем на тест, разгоняюсь спокойно до 80 км.ч и убираю ногу с газа до почти полной остановки. БАЦ - машина с первого раза вышла из х. Дальше еду обратно дособираем передок, еще раз доливаю масло в варик, и сливаю 200-300 гр на прогретой машине. Еду домой. Открываю текилу к слову которую я давно уже купил на праздник получения новой профессии - "вариаторщик". На след. день снова сбрасываю адаптацию в режим х, и на холодную как положено сначала адаптирую сцепление, затем заново выезжаю на трассу разгоняю до 80 и со второго раза она спокойно адаптируется и режим х вырубается. Слово победил, наверное не совсем подойдет сюда. Но эйфория такая присутствовала что ппц))) Уже почти 10к проехал на варике, как новый. Полет отличный, ни звука, ни стука. Надеюсь моя инфа и опыт кому нибудь поможет.
  26. Привет всем! Можете обьяснить какие рейлинги ставить на R50? Они вообще индивидуальны под купер или есть какойто стандарт крепежа и можно гуглить по обьявкам модель Thule, которая подходит том числе для миника. Пример: пошел на сайт туле, выбрал миник хетчбек 2000-2006 выдал мне 3 модели: Thule WingBar Evo Thule WingBar Edge Thule SquareBar Evo гуглю по обьявкам, нахожу эти модели но в описании например значиться: стояли на пассате, на опеле, на мерсе... Это значит, что мимо или просто нужно будет подогнать по ширине профиль рейлинга, а сам зацеп на крышу подходит?? Обьясните плз ламеру
  27. Может у кого-нибудь есть контакты толкового человека/сервиса по диагностике r50 ?
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