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      06-05-2011, 10:13 PM   #1
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will it have any problem if exhaust tip is inside bumper

I just notice that I didn't adjust the tip of gintani exhaust when I install it, the tip is inside bumper a little bit. will it cause any problem to bumper?
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I had my 06 330i the same way and had no issues.
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Carbon may discolour and cause your rear bumper to go black.
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Carbon may discolour and cause your rear bumper to go black.
did you ever see somebody's bumper discolour because exhaust too much inside?
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Those tips are located exactly where they should be. The more important clearance is around the bumper, where they should clear by 1/4" or more to avoid paint damage.
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did you ever see somebody's bumper discolour because exhaust too much inside?
Yeah a mate's WRX - Never an M3 before, and yours looks like it should be fine anyway.
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