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Old 26-Apr-2008, 02:09 PM
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Default M3 CSL Style rear Diffusers

We've just received in our first batch of CSL style rear diffusers. We did quite a bit of research and these are by far the best quality we found. Fitment is as close to OEM as possible and the carbon fibre weave is excellent.

I'll be getting one sprayed and fitting it to my own car shortly so will update with more pics then.

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Looking good Dave ahh well I will have to stick with my oem as its ordered and awaiting its arrival, but if I had know this earlier I might have waited
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thats fapping lovely. Such a shame to paint over such a high quality weave like that
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thats fapping lovely. Such a shame to paint over such a high quality weave like that
x2 - fuppin gorgeous!
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x2 - fuppin gorgeous!
x3 would look great unpainted wouldn't it!?
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The weave is only around the exhaust part, like the OEM diffuser. I'll be leaving that part exposed on mine !
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Dave the pic of it look great.
Ment to ask you yesterday,When do you hope to have yours fitted?
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Dave the pic of it look great.
Ment to ask you yesterday,When do you hope to have yours fitted?
It'll probabaly be a few weeks, the lad i use for spraying isn't open on Saturdays so its just a matter of when i can get over to him !
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Wolud you consider fitting it to your car the way it is
and put some pics up of the fitment?
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Wolud you consider fitting it to your car the way it is
and put some pics up of the fitment?
No probs, will try and get it done during the week at some stage.
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