How have you modified your underbody panels for 1M Replica Bumper

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I got a 1M replica bumper and I'm having a hard time trying to figure out what I need in terms of the belly trim to make everything fit nice and OEM-ish. Currently I have the OEM 135i underbody panels installed but I'm sure there is something I can either get or a way to modify what I have to make it fit better. Just looking for anything others have done. Pics for reference.

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Bnks334

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I got a 1M replica bumper and I'm having a hard time trying to figure out what I need in terms of the belly trim to make everything fit nice and OEM-ish. Currently I have the OEM 135i underbody panels installed but I'm sure there is something I can either get or a way to modify what I have to make it fit better. Just looking for anything others have done. Pics for reference.

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Get a 1M replica bumper splitter and those holes will be filled with brake ducts ;)
 
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Get a 1M replica bumper splitter and those holes will be filled with brake ducts ;)
I would love to but... notice those bits of my vinyl wrap that are curbed at the edges? That's because the transition from my driveway to the street is too steep! I literally have to exit or enter my driveway at a 60*+ angle to not rub. I have plans to have my whole driveway redone to be wider and to decrease the grade and transition, but that's not happening anytime in the near future unfortunetly.
 

doublespaces

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Did you get the fender liners? On the e9x upgrading to msport required
Bellypan
Fender liners
Brake ducts
Oil cooler duct
Fog lights
miscellaneous items

There is probably not a mesh you can use if the 1m fenders are wider since the bumper is slightly different in shape. I'm unfamiliar with the differences however.
 
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I ended up making my own parts out of aluminum. Still test fitting/cutting them to fit better but so far I am quite happy with the results.
 

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