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  1. 2006 E90 320d SE - Fitting A Lip Splitter 
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    Good evening all,

    I've recently bought a carbon fiber lip splitter for my E90 320d SE.

    As a car modding novice, how do I go about fitting this to my standard SE bumper?

    Thanks in advance....

    Gareth
     
     

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    This is going to be an interesting one...most splitters are usually meant for sport bumpers on the E90. You got a pic of what you bought?
     
     

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    Sorry, haven't got a pic but this one is designed to fit the standard E90 SE bumper, not the M-Sport.

    Any tips/hints on fitting?
     
     

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    Has it already got 3M tape? If not, then look into a product called Tiger Seal adhesive which is specially for body kit parts
     
     

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    The one I have fits along the bottom edge using the existing 6? bolts that exist on the bumper, I then used 3M top across the top edges.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mark@vorny.co.uk View Post
    The one I have fits along the bottom edge using the existing 6? bolts that exist on the bumper, I then used 3M top across the top edges.
    Show him a pic of your splitter Mr Vorny. Could be the same thing
     
     

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    Is it a splitter like this one ?

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