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      02-16-2011, 07:47 AM   #23
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i just noticed that my car was scraping on pretty much every bump, i look undearneather and the driver side shield is almost ripped off...looks like i fell victim to this too.

My question is, do you think dealer will replace this under warranty? Im thinking no since its wear and tear but anyone try? Also how hard is the DIY to replace one.
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^^ pretty sure that it will be hard to get the dealer to fix this under warranty.
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mine just got taken out :/ those metal wires that were bolted to the car and to the undercarriage were a bitch to remove though. it was scraping for a few miles and wouldn't come out so i just tore the felt part off. taking it in on monday :/
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      07-11-2011, 04:31 PM   #27
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What is the M3 (E92) clearance from the ground to the undercarriage skirt on the front bottom of the car?

You know the plastic piece that gets scrapped all the time.

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      07-11-2011, 04:52 PM   #28
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I hit a small piece of truck tire tread last week and it took mine out. Does the center shield come with any screws or do those need to be ordered separately.
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What is the M3 (E92) clearance from the ground to the undercarriage skirt on the front bottom of the car?

You know the plastic piece that gets scrapped all the time.

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Just a hair over four inches assuming you don't have a drop.
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Any idea What the 2 sets of cables are for? Part # 24 on the first map.

I have to replace my under panel shield. Gotta order it Monday.
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Just ordered a new one for mine as well, got to get used to the low clearance, coming from a crossover...
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looks like you need #20, and maybe Left and Right #23. Mine is getting beat up from scraps too. Glad parts are kinda cheap. GL.

http://bmwfans.info/parts/catalog/E9...oor_panelling/
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Getting ready to replace mine too and I cant figure out what #21 is or if its needed. Anybody know if its on M3's or 3 series with Aero package? It says M Aerodynamics, but a google search returned little if any useful info. Its highlighted green in the parts catalog like its applicable to my car, but my guess it its for non-M3 cars with the Aero package. Any ideas?

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      05-21-2012, 10:33 PM   #34
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Damn you got exercise care in and out of driveways..I learned that after the first scrape..never again.
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      05-22-2012, 08:31 AM   #35
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I bought them at Tischer BMW (www.getBMWparts.com)

20 Underhood shield (51757899820) $121.87
23 Engine bay EMI insulation tip, left (51757896419) $29.46
23 Engine bay EMI insulation tip, right (51757896420) $29.46
25 sealing (qty:2) (51758042233) $11.98

Total = $192.77

Tischer always sells at a discount!!
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For those interested in ordering, you can add these items to your shopping cart on our site by part # here.

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      06-29-2012, 03:24 PM   #36
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Anyone have cost of installation at dealer? The dealer that has my car just quoted me +$600 for parts and installation. Not cool! lol.
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      06-29-2012, 11:34 PM   #37
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I just replaced my left side felt block for $35 and some sweat in the garage. Purchased from ECS Tuning (love those guys!) and it was easy to change out, just a few screws. I already had the car on jack stands and wheels off to bleed brakes but I would imagine you could do this without even jacking up the car.

Even for full undertray and BOTH felt blocks, $600 sounds way high.
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      06-29-2012, 11:42 PM   #38
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Anyone have cost of installation at dealer? The dealer that has my car just quoted me +$600 for parts and installation. Not cool! lol.
Did it myself with zero prior experience on a M3. Took about 40 min. Tools needed: 5/16 nut driver. Hydraulic Jack.
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I also recently replaced the right front piece on my own. No jack needed, just turn the steering wheel opposite the side you are replacing. Got the part from ECS Tuning. Very easy.
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      08-11-2012, 05:38 PM   #40
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Yea mine was the same way...

http://www.m3post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=290894

ECS was awesome... mine was three parts, because I replaced the sides also.

EDIT**** Prices off of REALOEM.com not from ECS.

20 Underhood shield 1 51757899820 $152.37
23 Engine bay EMI insulation tip, left 1 51757896419 $36.84
23 Engine bay EMI insulation tip, right 1 51757896420 $36.84

Img attactched from RealOEM.com but call ECS Tuning.

http://www.ecstuning.com/Search_BMW/...FQeenAodWXWusw

Really good service and prices.

Had to replace mine as well.... Thanks to Artifice for sharing the part numbers!
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mine are looking a bit scraped.this seems like one of those things that most of us will have to do eventually.well,they seem to have an aerodynamic purpose,and protect more important parts.
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      08-21-2012, 06:42 PM   #42
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Getting ready to replace mine too and I cant figure out what #21 is or if its needed. Anybody know if its on M3's or 3 series with Aero package? It says M Aerodynamics, but a google search returned little if any useful info. Its highlighted green in the parts catalog like its applicable to my car, but my guess it its for non-M3 cars with the Aero package. Any ideas?

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Fantastic thread-- just lost some of this stuff today (originally knocked loose in Austria during Euro Delivery this January,) now both sides are broken/gone/loose.

Question about the quoted portion above-- does anyone know what #21 is and if it's generally needed when these parts get damaged? Last time car was up on lift I *think* I saw the part listed as 21 as partially broken/indented as well (again, from the Austria damage.) It's for 2012 M3 cabrio.

Have already ordered the other parts.

Any help most appreciated!

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      08-09-2013, 05:22 PM   #43
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holy moly, these things are now almost 70 bucks a piece! what happened?
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Just replaced all three pieces on mine. Kinda a pain even on a lift. Make sure you have plenty of the 8mm bolts.
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