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      11-22-2012, 10:22 AM   #9
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Drives: 2013 e92 M3 CZP,07 e90 335 FBO
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Originally Posted by Hunter51092
Originally Posted by Swoosh69 View Post
you're reading too much into it, trust me i did too till i got down to bidness

all kidding aside, is not hard after you cut the ducts you'll see that there is no need to connect nothing to the wheel liner and there is still going to be more than plenty of airflow on both sides.

here are a few pics so you can kind of get an idea

ducts installed on bumper (with 3m double sided tape)

left duct on bumper (could be trimmed more if you want more air to flow directly to the whole in the fender lining)

right duct on bumper (needs no trimming but i trimmed for ease of install)


Bro Thank you so much. my driver side duct looks just like yours & i thought i messed it up! but will do it just like that then! Appreciate it man! but one last question, it doesent feel a bit slower with out the air flowing throught the wheel liner ? ( one more question lol? did you remove oem ducts cause i did?)

P.s ily no homo
This is exactly what i did as well, and no the car doesn't feel any slower.

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