e9x m3 rsfb

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e9x m3 rsfb

Post by Poormans » Fri Jan 26, 2018 2:56 pm

Do these fit all e8x and e9x chassis? or are there different e9x m3 subframe rubbers available?
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Re: e9x m3 rsfb

Post by THETYRANT » Fri Jan 26, 2018 3:28 pm

They are interchangeable as all the subframe fixings are same on E8x and E9x models including M3, obviously the M3 bush is a lot firmer as it doesnt have the gaping cavity in bush like non-M cars.

I found out last week there is a new rear subframe insert option for our cars, previously ive always gone with the whiteline ones as price was best and quaility good, now there is another company from OZ making them called Nolathane and im told they are identical to the Whiteline ones (maybe even made in same place ;) ) but they are half the price!...part number for reference is REV094.0016 ive got a set but not fitted yet.
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Re: e9x m3 rsfb

Post by Poormans » Fri Jan 26, 2018 8:06 pm

Thanks Ian! phew, thought I had misguided someone who was after a refurb. Bought them and got told by the mechanic they wouldn't fit. Found another confirmation at the Turner Motorsport site so I can relax again :lol:
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Re: e9x m3 rsfb

Post by Poormans » Thu Feb 08, 2018 5:33 pm

For some reason, the guy's told it can't go onto his car. So they're up for grabs, if anyone's looking for a set.. get in touch.
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