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      06-27-2012, 01:49 PM   #1
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E92 M-Sport Parts Query

Hi guys, hopefully picking up a 325d E92 on Friday. It's an M-Sport and don't plan to do much in terms of mods other than the LCI headlights and rear LED lights if I ever find any, are these direct replacements?

I wanted to know if the E92 M-Sport bumper is any different from the E92 M3 bumper, if so would the M3 bumper fit straight on?

Would the E92 335 rear diffuser and exhaust also fit straight on or would this require a custom exhaust?

All replies much appreciated!!

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      06-27-2012, 04:04 PM   #2
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the 335 rear diffuser well fit, the exhaust wont bolt on but there are company's out there who can do this for you I had it done on my mrs 330 estate.

I doubt the m3 front bumper well bolt on its a fair bit wider you would need the wings, the inner shit guards etc etc
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the 335 rear diffuser well fit, the exhaust wont bolt on but there are company's out there who can do this for you I had it done on my mrs 330 estate.

I doubt the m3 front bumper well bolt on its a fair bit wider you would need the wings, the inner shit guards etc etc
Thanks a lot mate, forget the M3 bumper then, just want simple mods that change it from the others around. Only looking for a cat back exhaust as I don't want it any louder than stock.

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Hi guys, hopefully picking up a 325d E92 on Friday. It's an M-Sport and don't plan to do much in terms of mods other than the LCI headlights and rear LED lights if I ever find any, are these direct replacements?

I wanted to know if the E92 M-Sport bumper is any different from the E92 M3 bumper, if so would the M3 bumper fit straight on?

Would the E92 335 rear diffuser and exhaust also fit straight on or would this require a custom exhaust?

All replies much appreciated!!

Cheers,
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I have a COMPLETE pair of Lci headlights if u after some....

http://www.e90post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=701455
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Would the LCI lights need coding? I have xenons already? Also is the LCI bumper different?
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I saw an LCI yesterday and you'll need a new front bumper as well as the lights. The lights are a different shape as far as I can see, they curve down on the lower outer edge

It could get expensive!

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      07-04-2012, 05:23 AM   #7
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I saw an LCI yesterday and you'll need a new front bumper as well as the lights. The lights are a different shape as far as I can see, they curve down on the lower outer edge

It could get expensive!

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Thats a bit of a nightmare, I thought only the bonnet, front and rear lights were different?
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Indeed, have a look here

LCI

http://www.e90post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=341971

Pre-LCI

http://www.e90post.com/forums/showpo...7&postcount=17

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Thanks for this Statler, I'll go have a look!!
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