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      07-15-2013, 09:04 AM   #1
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Prior-Design on e90

Just finished widebody kit installations)))

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      07-15-2013, 09:32 AM   #2
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Just finished )))
Doesn't look very finished. Still awesome project and looks very good. I would suggest to fill that hole on the front fender. Now you need to find nice and aggressive wheels and lower it. I like it and don't care that it copies M3.
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      07-15-2013, 11:40 AM   #3
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Fill holes like this?
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      07-15-2013, 11:47 AM   #4
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Uuuhh bro you just did the forbidin sin on this forum how you dare put a m3 flag on a non m car, go buy a real m, what you going to do when they race you and realize its only a straight 6 blah blah blah and so on!!

How ever in my real opinion looks pretty clean the rear fender looks so badass i could actualy run 11" on the back without rubing!
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      07-15-2013, 11:50 AM   #5
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I never understand why people put this much work to copy an M3.... Hope the engine is upgraded.

Are you in one of those places where an M3 is so ridiculously expensive or something?

Back bumper has a horrible colour match and I would definitely not be putting M3 decals on the car or the side vents when it clearly is a franken car.
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      07-15-2013, 12:06 PM   #6
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Uuuhh bro you just did the forbidin sin on this forum how you dare put a m3 flag on a non m car, go buy a real m, what you going to do when they race you and realize its only a straight 6 blah blah blah and so on!!

How ever in my real opinion looks pretty clean the rear fender looks so badass i could actualy run 11" on the back without rubing!
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I ordered flat black turn signals without any M signs...
but until it came i'm gonna use those
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      07-15-2013, 12:09 PM   #7
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love the work! are those vossen reps with authentic center caps? kinda which i had the m3 fenders, but i would paint them to leave out the m3 stuff too
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Fill holes like this?
No i meant like fully close the hole, but since you are going to put side blinker there its fine.Just don't leave any chrome there.

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I never understand why people put this much work to copy an M3.... Are you in one of those places where an M3 is so ridiculously expensive or something?
By the way it doesn't look like M3, because the headlights, bonnet and grills are wrong. Real sedan M3 has coupe front.

Also in my country a used 2010 E90 M3 still cost like 70 000= 91 000$. Don't know about prices in Russia tho.
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      07-16-2013, 03:47 PM   #9
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wow I never heard of this. its actually almost exactly what ive been looking for. m3 front fenders to go with oem headlights.
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      07-16-2013, 03:55 PM   #10
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damn nearly 8 grand? lol ill just get oem parts for that
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I must say it looks good though. Man you need spacers in the rear.
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i really like your conversion! i think everything looks really sick and IMO the CV3's look perfect on your car!

nice job and thanks for sharing
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That looks amazing!!!!!!
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Man you need spacers in the rear.
I'm gonna do it this weekend
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I'm gonna do it this weekend
Nice!
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Looks good...they did a much better job than their 1M wide body monstrosity. The flow to the rear wheel fender could be better though.
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IMO I would try to convert to lci. At least do the trunk and tail lights. Hood in the front. If possible try and slap an m tech rear maybe? A cool diffuser could take this up a some notches. Cool car though man. It's needs some RB turbos to fend off m cars! Haha
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Man you need spacers in the rear.
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I'm gonna do it this weekend
I really hope that the spacers are temporary solution. It will look much better with wide and lower offset wheels.
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I really hope that the spacers are temporary solution. It will look much better with wide and lower offset wheels.
Temporary solution, at least until the first tire change.
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Temporary solution, at least until the first tire change.
Good. This would look very nice with Forgestar f14 SDC wheels.

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