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#1 (permalink) Old 05-05-2004, 11:27 PM
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just crashed my 95 325is and need a new front bumper cover. I am going to get an m3 bumper but only if it is a direct bolt on. Will this fit right or is some modification needed? If modification is needed what will i have to do?
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It will fit without any problems. It bolts on the same way as the stock one does.

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I know this is off topic, but hey Autotechnica, what brand seats are those? Sparco? how do they feel knowing that you cant adjust or recline anything? does it even matter? hows it feel?

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I know this is off topic, but hey Autotechnica, what brand seats are those? Sparco? how do they feel knowing that you cant adjust or recline anything? does it even matter? hows it feel?
They are Corbeau Forza's which are French made.

Even on my old oem seats I never used the recline feature unless I felt like taking a nap. I find them very comfortable. It corrects your posture and makes for a proper driving position. I like how I no longer have to hold on to the steering wheel for dear life when I corner hard. The seat holds you in place. A proper racing seat doesn't recline :wink

Anyways, I don't miss the old oem seats reclinability. The seat can still be raised and moved on the sliders front and back.

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I know this is off topic, but hey Autotechnica, what brand seats are those? Sparco? how do they feel knowing that you cant adjust or recline anything? does it even matter? hows it feel?
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OEM fit right on
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