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      11-22-2012, 07:35 AM   #23
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i had the same one painted in LMB but someone took a shine to it along with the car and helped themselves but looked good painted with the middle section left matt black
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      11-22-2012, 08:11 AM   #24
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I got the genuine BMW performance that comes standard in matt black
Not sure that's always the case. Some BMW diffusers arrive in grey primer (ready for painting). Worth checking before you order...
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      11-22-2012, 08:31 AM   #25
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Still don't know what to do!!

Chris are you saying some knicked your whole diffuser or just the insert?
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Chris are you saying some knicked your whole diffuser or just the insert?
The whole car!
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How easy is the diffuser to fit? Really like the look of them and this thread has got me tempted.....
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Still don't know what to do!!

Chris are you saying some knicked your whole diffuser or just the insert?
The whole car!
Sorry mis read that, thought he was on about a seperate incident
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How easy is the diffuser to fit? Really like the look of them and this thread has got me tempted.....
Depends on the model of your car. For e90/91 you need to be brave and cut-away a sliver off the bottom edge of the bumper, about eight inches each side.

Job should take around 2 hrs max (including faffing around).
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Depends on the model of your car. For e90/91 you need to be brave and cut-away a sliver off the bottom edge of the bumper, about eight inches each side.

Job should take around 2 hrs max (including faffing around).
No cutting needed for the E92.
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      11-23-2012, 03:39 PM   #32
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Your a gent, thanks!

How was the alignment with the tailpipes? I am little concerned if my tailpipes will stick out or in too much based on the profile of the LCI rear diffuser.

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I have the PE on my car and stick out of tailpipes is better than LCI diffuser, as I thought they stuck out a bit too far.


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How was the alignment with the tailpipes? I am little concerned if my tailpipes will stick out or in too much based on the profile of the LCI rear diffuser.

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      11-23-2012, 04:17 PM   #34
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I have the PE on my car and stick out of tailpipes is better than LCI diffuser, as I thought they stuck out a bit too far.
Currently how far my pipes stick out



I'd be happy if they sit about the same, but that may be wishful thinking!
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On the PE diffuser in my photo you may be able see the raised profile around the 2 outlets for the pipes which LCI Msport diffuser doesn't have.

Looking at yr photo, yr tailpipes are just proud of the msport diffuser so PE version [with its raised profiles round the outlets] may make yr tailpipes stickout less, possibly even flush.

In the morning, I will try and take another photo of my mine from a similar angle as yr photo to try and help visualise what I mean.


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I'd be happy if they sit about the same, but that may be wishful thinking!
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Depends on the model of your car. For e90/91 you need to be brave and cut-away a sliver off the bottom edge of the bumper, about eight inches each side.

Job should take around 2 hrs max (including faffing around).
It's for an E91 (dog car!). The pictures look really good, worries about taking slivers off the car though! I'll have a serious think about it. Looks awesome though.

Remap is the first job - only had the car 3 weeks! E-Maps booked for the 4th, can't wait.
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More photos of BMWP rear diffuser on a BSM e91 LCI

Morning, as promised + apologies for the filthy motor as got back from a business road trip last night !!!
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Looks good! Is that the standard exhaust?
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No, it's the BMW performance exhaust.
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Found a guy who painted his gloss black if anyone is interested

http://www.e90post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=588373
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Cant decide whether to my performance diffuser matt black or glass black? opinions? Car is le mans blue
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