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    Dirty pics

    Here's some pics I took this morning. Car's all dirty, its been snowing/slush raining all week. New parts are Mtech2 front and rear valences, with splitter on the front. And just picked up the ellipsoids too.







    A couple more pics at http://www.seb325.net/dec1304/

    Comments/Suggestions welcome. The front of the splitter I just painted black, so its not like in the pic anymore its all black. And I cant decide between the black front grill or the chrome, I have one of each I keep switching them around almost daily.
    1990 325ix

    #2
    M Tech II with IX flares/skirts is nice.
    Trevor Ely
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      #3
      Originally posted by bmwm3n528
      M Tech II with IX flares/skirts is nice.
      would look even better with the Mtech II bumper covers, they'd line up better with both the sideskirts and the valance.
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        #4
        Looks great. Just one suggestion: fix the exhaust sagging. It looks ugly in my opinion.

        Then again it's just me being picky. It looks awsome
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        ...one of the most hardcore E30's around. :D

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          #5
          M-tech 2 "style" right?
          http://maxbimmer.com/forums/showthread.php?t=45030

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            #6
            Originally posted by nando
            would look better with the Mtech II bumper covers, they'd line up better with both the sideskirts and the valance.
            Originally posted by egk2
            M-tech 2 "style" right?
            Yeah, fiberglass knockoffs, not to be confused with the real thing.

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              #7
              great looking car man... i love that aero package
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                #8
                thats a good look. good job.

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by Jordan
                  Originally posted by nando
                  would look better with the Mtech II bumper covers, they'd line up better with both the sideskirts and the valance.
                  Originally posted by egk2
                  M-tech 2 "style" right?
                  Yeah, fiberglass knockoffs, not to be confused with the real thing.
                  Not bad for a fiberglass knockoff.

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                    #10
                    your car looks better dirty than mine will clean and waxed

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                      #11
                      Originally posted by egk2
                      Not bad for a fiberglass knockoff.
                      Not bad.. but it still fits the plastic bumpers just like the real thing would (like crap)

                      Not to say that is Phils fault, but they jut out on the sides, and it looks really bad IMO.

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                        #12
                        looks pretty good.

                        I def. would've gotten that rear if I didnt buy the RD rear apron. For the price, you can't really beat it...
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                          #13
                          SebSter, what method did you go with for the rear bumper install?

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                            #14
                            I still have to do proper trimming to make it line up nicely, its too cold now though (reached -25 C today, and hovers around 0 to -5 lately). Once the weather gets warmer near the springtime its back to work, im gonna trim the outsides to get a nice line with the bumper, and get everything fixed up nicely. Work in progress, always.

                            For the rear piece install, I took off the bumper, placed the apron on and bolted it down. Its ugly around the exhaust though cause you can still see the valence from before, so Im gonna have to take if off and trim off from the stock valence so that it cant be seen. (Or, once I get my exhaust alligned properly, Im gonna get some nice tips for it which may cover it up so that you cant see behind)


                            ps. Does anyone remember a guy with a blue mtech2 e30 who fitted a Rieger lip on the front of his Mtech2? If anyone remembers his site or has any info on how he did it/which rieger lip did he originally start with Id appreciate it.

                            Thanks
                            1990 325ix

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                              #15
                              I think you mean Diego who custom molded his Mtech 2 to have two little lips like the Reiger lip.

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