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      09-07-2011, 08:01 PM   #1
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LCI M-sport remove fog light delete?

Are there any FOG light deletes available? I just do not like the fog lights at all and looking to see how they look removed.

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      11-18-2011, 01:19 PM   #2
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Yes- you can buy the 335is side ducts and install them. See if Tischer has them
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      11-18-2011, 02:23 PM   #3
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Coupe or sedan? I did a fog light delete on my lci msport.
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      11-18-2011, 02:34 PM   #4
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      11-18-2011, 03:15 PM   #5
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The common way of deleting the fog lights is to add the brake ducts as stated. I'm showing 3 different options depending on how your car is set up.

The 1st is for non M bumpers.



2nd is for cars with M bumpers, the deletes are called "Euro Air Ducts" by BMW. Click HERE for those.

The 3rd is for cars with high speed synchronization


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      11-18-2011, 04:40 PM   #6
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The common way of deleting the fog lights is to add the brake ducts as stated. I'm showing 3 different options depending on how your car is set up.



2nd is for cars with M bumpers, the deletes are called "Euro Air Ducts" by BMW. Click HERE for those.



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Are the euro ducts for e90 or e92? I didn't know they had ducts for the e90. If they do, I'm going to buy those and the center grill.
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      11-18-2011, 05:29 PM   #7
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If any of you have remove your fog lamps from a e92 pre-lci Msport bumper and want to sell them, Hit me up! I'm looking to purchase a set.
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      11-21-2011, 10:04 AM   #8
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Are the euro ducts for e90 or e92? I didn't know they had ducts for the e90. If they do, I'm going to buy those and the center grill.
The deletes called "Euro Air Ducts" by BMW found HERE are for E92s and E93s with M Tech/ sport bumpers according to my notes.

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      11-28-2011, 10:47 PM   #9
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The common way of deleting the fog lights is to add the brake ducts as stated. I'm showing 3 different options depending on how your car is set up.

The 1st is for non M bumpers.

2nd is for cars with M bumpers, the deletes are called "Euro Air Ducts" by BMW.
The 3rd is for cars with high speed synchronization


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Are there some Euro air ducts for E90 pre-LCI M bumper?
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      11-30-2011, 10:43 AM   #11
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So no e90's?
For your 2011 E90 335i I found a few options. One is the BMW Performance cold air brake and engine package found HERE

The Cold Air Brake and Engine package is part 2 in the below diagram



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Are there some Euro air ducts for E90 pre-LCI M bumper?
For the E90 Pre-LCI I've ran across the option seen in the diagram below. Click HERE for Sport/Msport bumpers and HERE for standard bumpers.




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OP, did you end up finding a fog delete solution? Interested as well.
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$2xx and $3xx for some ducting? Seems quite expensive!
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What solution you have for 08 335xi with M3 Style Front Bumper

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The common way of deleting the fog lights is to add the brake ducts as stated. I'm showing 3 different options depending on how your car is set up.

The 1st is for non M bumpers.



2nd is for cars with M bumpers, the deletes are called "Euro Air Ducts" by BMW. Click HERE for those.

The 3rd is for cars with high speed synchronization


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What solution you have for 08 335xi with M3 Style Front Bumper
M3 style as in replica or M3 style as in the M tech bumper? Photos of each are below

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M3 style as in replica or M3 style as in the M tech bumper? Photos of each are below

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I have Replica
Quick research says the stock ducts do not directly mount up to many replica bumpers, many need custom work in order for the factory duct work to fit properly. HERE is a custom cart with the ducts from the E9X M3 dropped into it.
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So to delete the lower fog light AND mesh on a pre lci msport bumper it would take a set of "euro air ducts?" after looking up the part # its just another set of msport brake duct's? I'm thinking I'm not having the best concept of what needs to be done.
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im wondering too. lci e90 msport. Is there a fog delete with ducts that fill the whole space?
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Coupe or sedan? I did a fog light delete on my lci msport.
********* - Mind if I ask how you kept the bulb check error codes from occuring? Did you leave the bulbs connected and just "waterproof" them or leave the bulbs in the fog housings and hide them behind the bumper some how? I've got the 335is lower grill inserts for my lci e92 and plan on deleting the fogs at some point in time (when free time exists for me ) but just wanted to get some insight on what people before me have done to accomplish this.

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I just painted them the bulbs black and zip-tied them behind the bumper. You can code them out as well (bmw performance bumper/ 335is have no fogs).
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Okay, I was planning on wrapping the bulbs in a couple weatherproofing "balloons" (used to weatherproof small RF electronics), followed by some electrical tape and zip ties to seal them off. So looks like what I want to do should be more than adequate! Just have to be careful not to hit the foglight switch .
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