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Old 08-09-2004, 05:40 PM   #1 (permalink)
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What kinds of body kits are available for a 1997-1999 M3? Any links to sites would be helpful.....i dont know what year just yet...havnt bought the car yet.
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Old 08-09-2004, 06:54 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Why would you mod it... it was built to a certain degree to be aerodynamically fit. ?????? Its a beautiful car..


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I agree. German engineers put a lot of work into making such a car stable at high speeds. Adding body kits for asthetic purposes seems kinda counterproductive IMO. n
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i know so too, BMW engineers are the best in the world, but i thought they made body kits specially made for BMW designed by those engineers to enhance the performance. Guess thats why they call it "Ultimate driveing machine"
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get a splitter, if your looking for higher performance at high speed, also look into a rear difusser
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can you explain what those parts are? i kinda know what ur talking about, but a lil more info would be nice
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ok... a front splitter pretty much creates more downforce, thus allowing your car to not lift but in a way suck to the ground. It is installed on the very front of the car right under your fog lights. The rear diffuser lets that air go past the rear of the car with minimal resistance as to not interrupt the traction of the rear wheels. Thats my take on it... other may have different views...
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where can i buy these items? thanks
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or google.com click on froogle look up M3 splitter
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