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      06-06-2012, 06:06 PM   #23
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Front and rear Bumper??

For that price it would be rear only! Remember it is painted!
that's what i though hahaha
but it would be nice if it is the whole set isn't it
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Where can i get the 335i diffuser from?
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      06-06-2012, 06:11 PM   #25
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lz, nearly no sound difference aye? just cold start

damn diesels!
True, not even the cold start hahaha...but it's alright IMO, the fuel econ does have a little improvement, now running 6.5l/100km

btw, I have seen some diesels with Remus that sounds sick...possible to be on mine?
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im fairly sure i was the first to have straight pipe diesel on aussie e90, with the tune it bum dyno'd really well (the real dyno says its the fastest diesel bmw tested @ advan)

the exhaust note is non-existant.

just creates more soot to clean off the car each week
true....................
you had dpf deleted as well?
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front and rear?
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Front and rear Bumper??

For that price it would be rear only! Remember it is painted!
Correct, that price is rear only painted & fitted
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pointless to delete dpf on my engine, as the ecu is encrypted and too expensive to bench tune it.

further, my D is a family car now, i dont want to introduce my baby son to carcinogens at such a young age

the D isn't a performance car, the crd-t and pedalbox combo rocks, muffler/reso delete adds some more power and makes the car feel like its unleashed.

i did a new filter, scoops and thats it. nothing else will add power imo
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I highly advise against a DPF delete... it bloody smells and is harmful to your health and those around you.
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pointless to delete dpf on my engine, as the ecu is encrypted and too expensive to bench tune it.

further, my D is a family car now, i dont want to introduce my baby son to carcinogens at such a young age

the D isn't a performance car, the crd-t and pedalbox combo rocks, muffler/reso delete adds some more power and makes the car feel like its unleashed.

i did a new filter, scoops and thats it. nothing else will add power imo
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I highly advise against a DPF delete... it bloody smells and is harmful to your health and those around you.
yeah true, that's what i heard before. It is surely not a performance car, but it has always been fun to drive
Against DPF delete too
btw, one interesting discovery...if you have MD + DTUK, try to hear the sound when you have engine fault....hahahahah damn loud
just found it today it sounds a bit funny though
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      07-23-2012, 05:55 PM   #31
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My cousin got quad exhausts fitted on his 325i:

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Did it in Melbourne, about 500 bucks. Very neat too.
PM sent!

Sorry to go and "bump" a somewhat old thread, but if I were to get this custom exhaust system happening on my E92 325i, will I have to provide the appropriate rear diffuser to the exhaust shop/company to install it?

Edit: never mind, BMWGTR helped me out and it's all good!

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      07-27-2012, 02:08 AM   #32
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To the op,

If your 325i has M Tech, check out bimmerkit's carbon fiber diffusers they offer (they are all dukedynamics), just pull off the stock plastic one and replace it when you have gotten the custom exhaust system made (read a lot of reviews, they all fit 100% perfectly like OEM).

You can get either a quad diffuser or dual diffuser, and they're really good looking, with the fins and all!

I just got my BMW carbon fiber performance spoiler in yesterday, gonna get it resprayed to match the colour of the car (sapphire black), then going to the exhaust shop that GTR mentioned to get some details and organise everything.

Fuuu, cash is just pouring out coz of this car lmao.
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      07-27-2012, 05:03 AM   #33
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My list price is $899 incl fitting and painting for an Msport style bumper with grey plastic diffuser.

Carbon Fibre diffuser is extra.

If going from 325i style to 335i style you'll need to mod your exhaust as well.
How much is just the grey plaster diffuser?
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