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Old 09-05-2004, 05:21 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I'm looking at getting some interesting OEM trim peices for my car... I was first thinking of doing the door trims and instead of the ///M badge, I was going to get the BMW Motorsport International badge. Then I saw ///M Clubsport (and there are also door sills with this marking)

What's the difference?
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DO NOT PUT AN ///M BADGE ON YOUR CAR, I REPEAT DO NOT PUT AN ///M BADGE ON YOUR CAR, THANKYOU
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it it wasn't an ///M stock then don't badge it as such

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Its not a writen law.. but it sure is typed that says you shouldnt put an M badge on a non-M car... people get upset... as long as the driver knows its not an M.. A car is what a car is.. nothing more.. or nothing less...

I wouldnt do it...

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///M is fine. M3 is not. End of discussion.

The ///M trim pieces came on the 325 M sports and on the 318ti M sport. The clubsport was another 318ti trim package consisting of some cloth seats and some nifty badges with not the M bumpers.

The normal ///M trim should find, the other clubsport most likely will not because the 318 has a different interior and body.
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I'm new to this forum, and I have a 318ti. Before I even noticed it, one of my guy friends asked why my car said //M on it when it wasn't an m3. I didn't konw how to reply but later found out that it was a "sports packaged" car. So cool! haha Still seems like a VERY VERY EXTREMELY slow car. But...i've grown attached to it!
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People, don't be ignorant. Fully read my post. I said I didn't want to use the ///M that came stock on M3s... Those that see my postings, know I'm against fake M3s.

I thought either the Clubsport or the Motorsport ones would be unique.

Back to my question, which no one who posted answered (except Kevin, but I didn't understand):

What's the difference? Was the Clubsport an special edition M3?
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Sorry.

The clubsport was a special edition 318ti. So the trim pieces probably won't fit on your car.

But the M sport stuff off a 325 will fit.
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I think i'm going to go with this one...



Anyone know if there are any additional BMW Motorsport International trim peices?

I also just found out that there is an OEM Individual kit of carbon fiber interior peices... wonder if that looks good?
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In my opinion... thats the same as putting stickers on your car of a company that you like... but dont have any of their parts.

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