View Single Post
      04-30-2008, 01:16 PM   #23
Jinxter
Lieutenant
Jinxter's Avatar
23
Rep
544
Posts

Drives: 2008 BMW e92 M3
Join Date: Jan 2008
Location: California

iTrader: (2)

Quote:
Originally Posted by FifthStreetz View Post
Nice progress and very interesting. How will they be installed? Also can the gaps be reduced? Im not too fond of the large gaps around the edges...id rather have a protruding reflector than a outline with large gaps.
well there will be 3 brakets that will either attach with double sided tap or perm glue on the inner side of the bumper that will hold the reflector from falling in. the refelctor its self is designed with similar tabs as the tow hitch tabs.

the gap you are seeing is because of way the bumper is cut (has a angle cut) This might be fixed in the future but right now I couldnt cover the gap all the way because teh plastic would be to thin and to easy to damage. but being that the plastic is angled it can be painted and would show less gap area when painted. I will show you pics when this is done as well.
__________________

08' e92 M3 6MT // Rogue SSK // B&B Tri Flow Exhaust // AA air filter // Mod Carbon Skirt extensions // Amuse Front/Rear Bumper // Amuse Trunk // Gloss Black Grills w/ M colors // gloss black side vents // M5 Stick with IND custom stitched boot // Carbon Firber wrap steering wheel trim // Avant Garde M364 20' (street) // Advan RS 18's (track)