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Old 12-06-2003, 07:20 PM   #1
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M-tech 2 Part Number Thread

Sorry guys, I know you're all going to tell me to search, but believe me I have and I'm frustrated...

I messed up my car pretty decently today and I'm going to call the body shop tomorrow and ask them to install an M-Tech front bumper instead. By M-Tech, I do not mean the M-Aero kit. I want the one that looks like this:



I've read just about every thread that covers the M-Tech pre-facelift Sedan part numbers and there is so much confusion it is making me sick to my stomach.

Here are the three different part number lists I found:

51 11 7 893 328 Bumper Trim 216.00
51 11 7 893 067 Cover 2.88
51 11 7 893 068 Cover 2.88
51 11 7 893 331 Grid 16.02
51 11 7 893 378 Flap 3.84
51 11 7 895 415 Support 1.98
51 11 7 895 416 Support 1.98
51 11 8 195 289 Frnt Bump Prot ST 11.64
51 11 8 195 290 Frnt Bump Prot ST 11.64
51 12 2 492 219 Base 12.48
51 71 7 894 700 Air Duct 28.62
51 71 7 894 701 Air Duct 28.62
63 17 7 894 017 Fog Lamp Left 71.00
63 17 7 894 018 Fog Lamp Right 71.00
123 11 712 932 Lower Air Channel 6.06
51 71 7 894 821 Air Duct 28.62


51 11 7 893 328 Bumper Cover
51 11 7 893 378 Toe Hook Cover
51 11 7 893 324 Adapter
51 11 7 893 331 Lower Grill (Center)
51 11 7 893 067 Fog Light Cover (L)
51 11 7 893 068 Fog Light Cover (R)

51 11 8 195 289 Front Bumper Strip (L)
51 11 8 195 290 Front Bumper Strip (R)
51 11 8 195 304 Front Bumper Strip (C)

51 11 8 191 149 Gasket

51 71 7 894 700 Brake Duct (L)
51 71 7 894 701 Brake Duct (R)

63 17 7 894 017 Foglights (L)
63 17 7 894 018 Foglights (R)


51117893328 (bumper cover)
51117893331 (lower grille)
51118195296 (RT Bumper cover support)
51118795295 (LT Bumper cover support)
51112492210 (center molding)
51118195290 (RT molding outer)
51118195289 (LT molding outer)
51718197928 (RT air inlet duct brake cooling)
51718230559 (LT air inlet duct brake cooling)
51117893068 (RT lamp cover)
51117893067 (LT lamp cover)
51117893324 (lower grille adapter)
51118211938 (RT Energy absorber sleeve)
51118211938 (LT Energy absorber sleeve)
51718245775 (RT Energy absorber spacer)
51718245775 (LT Energy absorber spacer)
51117893378 (cap tow hook)
51718202831 (air duct)
63177894018 (RT fog lamp assembly)
63177894017 (LT fog lamp assembly)
07119916922 (RT fog lamp assembly screw)
07119916922 (LT fog lamp assembly screw)
07129925717 (RT fog lamp assembly nut)
07129925717 (LT fog lamp assembly nut)

So which one of these lists are correct, if any? Could someone please confirm the correct list or post the correct list? Also, I saw some confusion over the lower center air duct? Do I have the part I need to cover this aspect of the install?

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