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      10-09-2013, 05:21 AM   #1
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m3 hood on 335

Hey guys i am eagger to buy m3 hood and install on my 335. The question is it bolt on? or i need to upgrade other parts as well??
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No it's about an inch longer
There are m3 style hoods available both in carbon or in FRP.
Some have a flat power dome and the more expensive ones have a more authentic rounded dome.
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No it's about an inch longer
There are m3 style hoods available both in carbon or in FRP.
Some have a flat power dome and the more expensive ones have a more authentic rounded dome.
So how people install m3 hoods? I probably will need m3 fenders +hood?
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So how people install m3 hoods? I probably will need m3 fenders +hood?
Complete new front end. And then your rear quarters will look weird since they aren't flared like an M3. Just get an aftermarket M3 hood.
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Complete new front end. And then your rear quarters will look weird since they aren't flared like an M3. Just get an aftermarket M3 hood.
ye that's too much mess,probably just buy an aftermarket one)
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[quote=bmwm3redblack;14785787]ye that's too much mess,probably just buy an aftermarket one)[/QUOTE
Disregarding the rear wide body funkiness
You will need hood, bumper, fender, fender liner, headlight brackets, under sheild , washer fluid reservoir, brake ducts
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