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Old 06-20-2014, 07:07 PM   #1
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Talking 2003 325ci M3 parts

Hey I just recently purchased a 2003 325ci bmw. It's stock engine wise and exterior. I want to make the car look more aggressive. Don't bash me I'm not trying to make it a m3 or look similar, just more aggressive.

I want to do a quad exhaust coversion. Can I buy any performance e46 exhaust and a professional car shop will know what to do?

Also will a csl front bumper fit perfect? Or will I need to go to a shop.
And would a m3 rear bumper fit ?

Roughly how much would this cost ?

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Old 06-20-2014, 07:22 PM   #2
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Hey I just recently purchased a 2003 325ci bmw. It's stock engine wise and exterior. I want to make the car look more aggressive. Don't bash me I'm not trying to make it a m3 or look similar, just more aggressive.

I want to do a quad exhaust coversion. Can I buy any performance e46 exhaust and a professional car shop will know what to do?

Also will a csl front bumper fit perfect? Or will I need to go to a shop.
And would a m3 rear bumper fit ?

Roughly how much would this cost ?

http://forum.e46fanatics.com/showthread.php?t=426625

This should have most of what you are looking for.

I am not to sure on the exhaust.
I know AA has one for the e46
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Old 06-20-2014, 08:30 PM   #3
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csl bumper onto 325ci = you'll need brackets and abit of fender bender. it's not a direct fit but okay fit
m3 bumper onto 325ci = highly doubt it because the m3 rear is much fatter than the 325ci. will need some molding and play

quad exhaust = you'll need to cut out your spare wheel and weld a sheet metal because m3' don't have quad exhaust.

just get a mtech 2 rear bumper and do this


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