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Old 03-21-2005, 06:57 PM   #1 (permalink)
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When I looked under the car it didnt seem like there was anything wrong with the actual frame for the bumper, but the cover is pretty F**KED up... as well as my frigging exhaust... the pipes are all bent and scratched...

but i see it more as an opportunity to upgrade my exhaust system? which one shall I get.. ??


will an m3 bumper cover fit on my car?

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Old 03-21-2005, 07:10 PM   #2 (permalink)
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man!, Wth rear ended you and how fast were they going?
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damn what happened? and an m3 bumper will fit as for the exhaust ive heard good things about uuc's exhaust systems
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Old 03-21-2005, 07:32 PM   #4 (permalink)
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It was some guy in a toyota corolla. his car actually got the most damage..
i dont know how fast he was going.. apparently not slow enough to brake in time.. i just remember braking, and then taking a quick glimpse at my rear view mirror .... then.... bam...

Hopefully nothing else in the subframe is messed up... I just fixed that shizzle cause it cracked... ... sucks too, it had to happen on the day after i wash my car...

isnt that just splendid?


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At least it was low enough that your trunk is fine. I would say the M3 bumper and new exhaust(I have not changed mine or looked into that so I don;t know much, uuc?, remus?).
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thats nothing... get it fixed, and get over it!
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consider yourself lucky. I am now a self-proclaimed expert on rear ending an e36 after that dick that rear ended me.

FIRST OFF, open the trunk, take out the carpet so you can see the tire, batt., etc. Then the black piece that is between the battery and the spare tire, take that off and look at that metal peice underneath. If that is messed up you may have some problems.

As for upgrades, Go M3 bumper and UUC exhaust.
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or you could pick up a used m3 exhaust if you looking to save some money
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consider yourself lucky. I am now a self-proclaimed expert on rear ending an e36 after that dick that rear ended me.

FIRST OFF, open the trunk, take out the carpet so you can see the tire, batt., etc. Then the black piece that is between the battery and the spare tire, take that off and look at that metal peice underneath. If that is messed up you may have some problems.

As for upgrades, Go M3 bumper and UUC exhaust.
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yeah, i took a look see at what the inside of the trunk looks like, the tub is definitely messed up, anything other than that is fine..

im just gonna let my insurance settle it.. fuck it
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