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Old 07-31-2005, 01:39 PM   #1 (permalink)
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hey guys, im new here, and i dont even have an M3, but my cousin does, and im trying to find some info for him, so i would really appreciate it if you guys could bare with me.

well, he has a 2005 silver grey M3 convertible, and he told me that he wanted to find one of those trunk lip spoilers that come on the M3 coupes. so i was looking around, and i found some on ebay, that are said to be specifically designed for the convertible, since the convertible is a bit shorter in width (iirc). here is the auction, if you guys want to check it out for yourselves. http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eBayISAP...item=7985216171 . so we got the spoiler in the mail a couple days ago, and when he tried to install it, he said that it required alot of bending, and he wasnt sure if it was supposed to be like that. i believe the spoilers are made of ABS plastic.

so i guess my question is, is there anyone out there with an convertible m3 who has installed one of these lip spoilers, and if their's was a perfect fit, or did they have to bend it as well.

anyone with any other helpful information, i would love to hear from, because i would really hate for this spoiler not to be used, since i cant return it.
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Your from Beverly Hills and drive an E46 M3?

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I actually don't know if it will fit. Perhaps someone in the e46 section can answer this question!

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Is there any difference in the size of the trunk lid between the coupe and convertible?

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