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      11-06-2018, 02:46 AM   #1
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FS Socal: 335i Msport OEM Rear Diffuser - $100

Installed an M2 muffler and aftermarket diffuser, this OEM diffuser is no longer needed.
Came off my 2014 BMW 335i Msport.
No damage or major scratches, in very good condition.
Tabs and holes are still in tact.
This will only fit BMW F30s with the Msport rear bumper.
Update: $80 obo
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Sold.
Which after market diffuser did you go with?

Also, does the M2 muffler just bolt right on without modifications? Does it sound like an MPE?
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Which after market diffuser did you go with?

Also, does the M2 muffler just bolt right on without modifications? Does it sound like an MPE?
I bought an aftermarket 328i diffuser from a local member. I'm pretty sure he got it off ebay. I cut it to fit the quad tips.

M2 muffler bolted up with slight modifications to the comfort access plastic. I had to cut a good portion away. I ended up having it welded on because the clamp initially used wasn't doing the job.
https://f30.bimmerpost.com/forums/sh...5&postcount=16

IMO, it sounds a bit deeper than the 335i MPE. Sounds just like a stock M2 (with the n55). I'm very happy with it. The burbles are nice, I was able to keep actuator functional so it's not too loud on the highway, and the quad tips look great.
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I bought an aftermarket 328i diffuser from a local member. I'm pretty sure he got it off ebay. I cut it to fit the quad tips.

M2 muffler bolted up with slight modifications to the comfort access plastic. I had to cut a good portion away. I ended up having it welded on because the clamp initially used wasn't doing the job.
https://f30.bimmerpost.com/forums/sh...5&postcount=16

IMO, it sounds a bit deeper than the 335i MPE. Sounds just like a stock M2 (with the n55). I'm very happy with it. The burbles are nice, I was able to keep actuator functional so it's not too loud on the highway, and the quad tips look great.
Dang...that is tempting..

Where did you get the M2 exhaust from?
Would love to hear it.
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Dang...that is tempting..

Where did you get the M2 exhaust from?
Would love to hear it.
You can hear it here:
https://f30.bimmerpost.com/forums/sh...6#post24431726
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