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      10-04-2012, 12:19 AM   #1
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Pre-LCI Mtech JB Front Bumper $600 OBO

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I recently bought a Pre-LCI Mtech front bumper with a few parts and had it painted Jet Black. So far i've spent $650 on the project but i've found it too tedious to track down the rest of the parts needed for the project. This bumper is for vehicles with headlight washer system (another aspect i didn't know before i bought the bumper as i don't have the headlight washer system on my car) and no PDC. The bumper has never been installed.

I'm willing to trade for an M3 replica bumper if you have one - i prefer local pickup and/or trade on this... best offer will probably be accepted if you pick it up or can meet me at least somewhere local to me; if i have to deliver it to you outside of 50miles (or shipped), the price is firm.

Serious buyers can PM me for inquiries about shipping, but expect to pay close to +$120 for freight.



as you can see, these are the parts i have... there are a few other items required to get a good clean installation but i don't feel like messing with it anymore...

the tow hook cover is not painted...


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      10-04-2012, 01:11 AM   #2
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Hey I just did the conversion on my pre LCI e90.

The lower grills are readily available with many suppliers.

If you want to save some change and you don't mind not going OEM on the fogs, aftermarket e60 fogs actually fit right in with the pre lci mtech bumpers.

Fender liners are not absolutely necessary. You could actually just get your body shop to trim down the original ones. The only issue is that you won't be able to bolt the bumper to the fender liners, not that it's absolutely necessary though.

Just have the bumper screwed in on the top and bottom (with the under engine panel adapter) and your good to go. I actually have an under engine adapter for sale if you're interested at all.

Here's my mtech conversion:



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Hey I just did the conversion on my pre LCI e90.

The lower grills are readily available with many suppliers.

If you want to save some change and you don't mind not going OEM on the fogs, aftermarket e60 fogs actually fit right in with the pre lci mtech bumpers.

Fender liners are not absolutely necessary. You could actually just get your body shop to trim down the original ones. The only issue is that you won't be able to bolt the bumper to the fender liners, not that it's absolutely necessary though.

Just have the bumper screwed in on the top and bottom (with the under engine panel adapter) and your good to go. I actually have an under engine adapter for sale if you're interested at all.

Here's my mtech conversion:



What headlights are these if you don't mind me asking , are they Xenon ?
Thanks in advance
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What headlights are these if you don't mind me asking , are they Xenon ?
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They are Depo P90 xenons
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I'm sure the conversion would have went very smoothly, only thing is, i already got this painted before i realized that this bumper had the headlight washer cutouts... i don't have headlight washers on my car nor do i want them; just getting the covers to fit in there looks tacky because there are gaps intentionally left on the sides of the holes to allow the headlight washer to move freely in and out. so... if i got them filled in and painted again, that's another couple hundred dollars i have to dump into it again regardless of the parts i need.... :/ it just seems like a lot less of a hassle to just put in an M3 rep...

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Hey I just did the conversion on my pre LCI e90.

The lower grills are readily available with many suppliers.

If you want to save some change and you don't mind not going OEM on the fogs, aftermarket e60 fogs actually fit right in with the pre lci mtech bumpers.

Fender liners are not absolutely necessary. You could actually just get your body shop to trim down the original ones. The only issue is that you won't be able to bolt the bumper to the fender liners, not that it's absolutely necessary though.

Just have the bumper screwed in on the top and bottom (with the under engine panel adapter) and your good to go. I actually have an under engine adapter for sale if you're interested at all.
**For those of you in California that are interested, i'm traveling down to Redding, CA for the New Years holidays, i can gladly meet about half way for a sell or trade... for me, it kills two birds with one stone so to speak... i also have some other military buddies in San Diego i can go see... ^__^
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Hey I just did the conversion on my pre LCI e90.

The lower grills are readily available with many suppliers.

If you want to save some change and you don't mind not going OEM on the fogs, aftermarket e60 fogs actually fit right in with the pre lci mtech bumpers.

Fender liners are not absolutely necessary. You could actually just get your body shop to trim down the original ones. The only issue is that you won't be able to bolt the bumper to the fender liners, not that it's absolutely necessary though.

Just have the bumper screwed in on the top and bottom (with the under engine panel adapter) and your good to go. I actually have an under engine adapter for sale if you're interested at all.

Here's my mtech conversion:



That lookss really good what front lip is that and those rims??
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That lookss really good what front lip is that and those rims??
Thanks! It's a 3d Studie rep lip and the wheels are BBS LM reps from ESM (style 004).
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