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      11-13-2019, 03:08 PM   #1
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M-Tech front bumper question

Hi,
I've searched and searched, contacted ECS tuning, BMW dealership and I cannot find the answer.

I'm upgrading my 2011 328 to m-tech.

I cannot figure out which adapter I need, 51117892935 or 51758040109.

My car is LCI and so is the m-tech front bumper(OEM).

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      11-17-2019, 10:42 AM   #2
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Look at your belly pan right now, it will be easy to figure out. I thought I needed both of those for my 335d. Didn't require either of them.
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51117892935 is the correct adapter.

The front fender liners are also different, mainly due to air ducts being different.
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Hi,
Just in case someone does the M-tech front bumper. I ended using this for the air ducts, I simply cut the contour a bit larger than the grills, then made little holes to attach it to the grills via tie wraps. It slip into the ducts of the regular front bumper. It works and looks awesome.
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Hi,
Just in case someone does the M-tech front bumper. I ended using this for the air ducts, I simply cut the contour a bit larger than the grills, then made little holes to attach it to the grills via tie wraps. It slip into the ducts of the regular front bumper. It works and looks awesome.
Attachment 2577855
Part number? I'm doing an pre-lci to LCI msport conversion rn. I'm tackling all the necessary parts to do the conversion.
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Part number? I'm doing an pre-lci to LCI msport conversion rn. I'm tackling all the necessary parts to do the conversion.
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