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E36 M3 (1992-1999) {Euro - S50 B32 321hp @ 7400 rpm} {U.S. - S52 B32 240 hp @ 6000 rpm}
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Old Thu, Dec-21-2006, 11:42:07 PM   #11
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Braymond you are my hero. Thanks for the reply! Can you let me know what other parts I need?


#2 , #3 and #9???



#12, #14, #15???


Thanks for all the help!
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Braymond you are my hero. Thanks for the reply! Can you let me know what other parts I need?


#2 , #3 and #9???



#12, #14, #15???


Thanks for all the help!

Those are just undertrays. Get another JTD.

If you want an oem one, i'm not sure which is for sedan... head to the dealer they'll be able to tell ya.
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One last question before I order parts. Does anyone have the part number for the plastic darts that go from the front of the plastic air dam to the Al bumper? Thanks!
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One last question before I order parts. Does anyone have the part number for the plastic darts that go from the front of the plastic air dam to the Al bumper? Thanks!

If you're referring to the push pin clips, they're called expanding rivets.

There are three types:

#1 is used for: Hood insulation, Radiator cover
#2 is used for: Front/rear bumper (under bump strips)
#3 is used for: side skirts, top of main airduct on front bumper to attach to aluminum bumper, bumper skid pads,

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Those are just undertrays. Get another JTD.

If you want an oem one, i'm not sure which is for sedan... head to the dealer they'll be able to tell ya.

also note that for the stock undertrays.. you either have a #14 or a #15.. not both, and both are different.
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That's all some cars have. Mechanical fans tend to be only on RWD cars, and ive seen some higher power V6s and V8s in FWD vehicles with smaller CFM electric fans.

And 2 hp? Isnt that more than some Shitty 300$ CAI would give?
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Master Braymond, wise is he. Padawan skills do I have. May the Brent be with you as well.
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it's not one shroud, it's two pieces:

FOR VEHICLES WITH
AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM
06 AIR DUCT, LEFT 1 09/1993 51718156247
06 AIR DUCT, RIGHT 1 09/1993 51718156248

It's a pain in the ass to install, i couldn't even begin to describe in text, or words how to get them in.
Brett, to quote you from the 2006 post (lol) I can't for the life of me figure out how the passenger side duct goes on for 51718156248 - Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Is there also a more sturdier aftermarket option to this as well?

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There are no aftermarket solutions to those ducts... at least none that are retail. I'm sure race teams have come up with custom ducting.

You need to remove the A/C condenser, radiator, and aux fan to install the OEM ducts. They will make zero sense until you do so.
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So just to give a heads up to those ducts and installation - Yes you have to remove everything as Brett stated. They are impossible to install without the remove of all front end condenser unit, radiator, and aux. fan.

But I finally got them in!
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