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E36 M3 (1992-1999) {Euro - S50 B32 321hp @ 7400 rpm} {U.S. - S52 B32 240 hp @ 6000 rpm}
Total Produced: 71,212 - Years Produced: 1992 to 1999


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Old Tue, Dec-29-2015, 09:39:03 AM   #21
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Are you guys also removing the tyre pressure label? VIN stickers you guys have on US cars.

Airbag stickers. Other warning stickers?

Maybe it's me, I have a fetish for factory labels.
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I would love to remove the factory airbag stickers, they are so offensively large screaming absolutely useless information at me on my sun visors. Unfortunately they appear to be silk screened onto the material.
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I would love to remove the factory airbag stickers, they are so offensively large screaming absolutely useless information at me on my sun visors. Unfortunately they appear to be silk screened onto the material.
I changed my sunvisors to a 95 m3. That took care of it. It just says info on other side or something. lol
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Oh these. I have seen these. These do look bad and way too big.
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Exchanging front glass on the cluster is a good idea.

I don't like the stickers, they are meant to be removed IMO.
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Exchanging front glass on the cluster is a good idea.

I don't like the stickers, they are meant to be removed IMO.
I have the 91 octane only sticker still, but I agree. Its like leaving the film on your iPhone.
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I like the sticker. Well I guess that's my fetish.

I also have the original drive-in instruction sticker on the windshield.

If the US M3 has the AKI91 sticker, wonder what model had the AKI98 one.
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I tried searching and i couldn't find anything, does anyone know the parts number and where i could buy the stickers? I'm talking about these:



the PO decided to remove them and my OCD has been acting up ever since.

Thanks in advance.
Not sure where you're at in your search by now but I saw this on Craigslist, maybe you could pick up the cluster and somehow score the stickers... I dunno...



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Swapping the front glass is easy. Could fix the dark spots in the amber at the same time too.
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Swapping the front glass is easy. Could fix the dark spots in the amber at the same time too.
Great idea.


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