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      10-17-2014, 11:24 AM   #1
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I am new to this forum, I just ordered the 435xi GC (white).
question: Is the M rocker panel decals easy to apply? NO drill require?

Please help.
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No drilling at all it's just a sticker and apply to the panel.
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      10-17-2014, 12:25 PM   #3
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Is that easy to apply DIY?
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I am new to this forum, I just ordered the 435xi GC (white).
question: Is the M rocker panel decals easy to apply? NO drill require?

Please help.
I didn't apply them myself but the first shop that tried messed up. They're much thicker than your typical vinyl. I ended up going to a vinyl wrap shop to have them installed.
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Yes, I did mine, and I used the template that came with the MPPK. If you have the template, you can cut out the outline for your car (it has separate outlines for 3 and 5 series cars), use blue tape to position it relative to the rear wheel opening, and it has a cutout area where the decal goes. The decal has a backing over the adhesive and also clear film on the top that holds everything in position. Once you have positioned the decal, you press it down evenly and make sure everything is adhering, then you carefully peel off the top layer that leaves just the individual characters. That way there's no transparent film between the characters.
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If you also bought the MPPK the decals will be applied at Port.
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