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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 Mon, Feb-26-2018, 05:48:57 AM   #21
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Very cool. I just purchased everything to do this.

However, I went with this tray: https://www.ebay.com/itm/BMW-E36-E30...Bagsen&vxp=mtr

Its a little bit different (thinner aluminum sheet and chopped corners), but I am still thinking it will look good with the OEM struts.
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Very cool. I just purchased everything to do this.

However, I went with this tray: https://www.ebay.com/itm/BMW-E36-E30...Bagsen&vxp=mtr

Its a little bit different (thinner aluminum sheet and chopped corners), but I am still thinking it will look good with the OEM struts.
It should actually work better since that one is based off the 318is/4 tray which these are originally for. Hopefully it will have enough extension.
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Nice write up and looks good brett
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This is really helpful actually, thank you.

Does anybody have a length measurement for the brackets that drop from the chassis rails to the underpanel? I wanted to buy a MM kit but they don't reply to emails so I need to make my own.

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This is really helpful actually, thank you.

Does anybody have a length measurement for the brackets that drop from the chassis rails to the underpanel? I wanted to buy a MM kit but they don't reply to emails so I need to make my own.

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I measure 7 3/8 forward edge, 6 7/8 rear edge. I ordered one recently and received no problem.


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This is really helpful actually, thank you.

Does anybody have a length measurement for the brackets that drop from the chassis rails to the underpanel? I wanted to buy a MM kit but they don't reply to emails so I need to make my own.

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What other splitter is recommended? I refuse to give them any more of my money. I know Braymond's stanchion kit specifically mentions the MM splitter.
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I can make another underpanel option if you guys want to commit to a group buy.
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I measure 7 3/8 forward edge, 6 7/8 rear edge. I ordered one recently and received no problem.
Thank you.

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What other splitter is recommended?
Splitters I'm not sure sorry, I'm just looking at an underpanel at the momoent.

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I can make another underpanel option if you guys want to commit to a group buy.
Depending on price I'd be able to commit to two or three, let us now what you're thinking.
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Depending on price I'd be able to commit to two or three, let us now what you're thinking.
I need at least 10 people to step up and be guaranteed. I already made parts I thought were hella cool, spent A LOT of money, and only sold a couple. Not doing that again.
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I need at least 10 people to step up and be guaranteed. I already made parts I thought were hella cool, spent A LOT of money, and only sold a couple. Not doing that again.
Fair enough, seems perfectly reasonable to me.

I'll send you a PM a bit later to see how we could move this forward and get a 10+ commitment.
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