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      01-22-2013, 12:05 PM   #45
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It might be worth someone contacting these Guys:

http://www.c3bmw.co.uk/default.asp

They did/do the Aero front,worth a email if nothing else.

The other source is of course www.bmminiparts.co.uk
There always cheaper than a dealer,and they only sell OEM parts.

I'm sure one or both would do a discount for 5+ serious buyers.
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      01-22-2013, 12:41 PM   #46
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Ok guys!

Group buy prices for a front Aero Lip Spoiler for E92 SE bumper are as follows

5 units for - 180

10 units for - 165

All prices include delivery! But this will take a maximum of 3 weeks after confirmations of numbers and payment.

Any questions feel free to shoot me a pm
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Would they be prepared to paint and if so how much extra?
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      01-22-2013, 01:27 PM   #48
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Roughly 80 in top to get it painted mate
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Ok guys!

Group buy prices for a front Aero Lip Spoiler for E92 SE bumper are as follows

5 units for - 180

10 units for - 165

All prices include delivery! But this will take a maximum of 3 weeks after confirmations of numbers and payment.

Any questions feel free to shoot me a pm
Is that for the OEM one from M Style? Good price if it is
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No ^^ That's from SSDD
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Would be interested in an unpainted aero lip if the SSDD one is same material as OEM and we can get to the 10 purchase discount level.
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^ does the kit come with the bolts & double sided tape or do we drill the holes ourselves and use the bolts already on the under tray to secure?
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It is the same material, not sure on the fitting kit will double check....

So anyone who is keen at those prices shoot me a PM and I'll keep a track of numbers and will report back!

Will also double check the other options but bmminiparts didn't have it online the other day.
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      01-22-2013, 03:59 PM   #54
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Thanks Greg!

If you let me know what the numbers are then we can sort out what can be done! The part is as is with no kit supplied as it would need to be drilled in! Sticking it on will not be enough to secure it...

I will double check this though and post up tomorrow!
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Thanks Greg!

If you let me know what the numbers are then we can sort out what can be done! The part is as is with no kit supplied as it would need to be drilled in! Sticking it on will not be enough to secure it...

I will double check this though and post up tomorrow!
Ok, ta!!
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spoke to teddy and confirmed that the lip is sold by itself! no fixing kit supplied it needs to be screwed on from underneath and a bonding agent (glue/tape) for the sides
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spoke to teddy and confirmed that the lip is sold by itself! no fixing kit supplied it needs to be screwed on from underneath and a bonding agent (glue/tape) for the sides
You don't need a fitting kit, just unscrew 4 screws from the original bumper, slip the aero spoiler over the top and re-do the 4 screws. You can use 3M double sided tape or glue to secure the top leading edge of the spoiler. Took me about 30 minutes to fit and I'm not exactly very handy although a friend\extra pair of hands may come in useful to hold the bumper in place while you secure it.

That's also a decent price and worth getting it painted at the same time.

The only thing I will say is while they are very good replica's and made from the same material as the OEM, the fit isn't 100% perfect and you'll probably find it might be a few millimeters out in a few places, however this isn't really noticeable unless you kneel down and have a close look. Whether this will bother you or not depends on how much of a perfectionist you are.
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You don't need a fitting kit, just unscrew 4 screws from the original bumper, slip the aero spoiler over the top and re-do the 4 screws. You can use 3M double sided tape or glue to secure the top leading edge of the spoiler. Took me about 30 minutes to fit and I'm not exactly very handy although a friend\extra pair of hands may come in useful to hold the bumper in place while you secure it.

That's also a decent price and worth getting it painted at the same time.

The only thing I will say is while they are very good replica's and made from the same material as the OEM, the fit isn't 100% perfect and you'll probably find it might be a few millimeters out in a few places, however this isn't really noticeable unless you kneel down and have a close look. Whether this will bother you or not depends on how much of a perfectionist you are.
I'm sure it will be obvious when I see it, but does the spoiler have the holes pre drilled?

Thanks to those that have PM'd aswell.
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spot on thanks bud!

always good to get an insight from someone who has done it before
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I'm sure it will be obvious when I see it, but does the spoiler have the holes pre drilled?

Thanks to those that have PM'd aswell.
How many have we got so far?
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How many have we got so far?
not including me, two!
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You don't need a fitting kit, just unscrew 4 screws from the original bumper, slip the aero spoiler over the top and re-do the 4 screws. You can use 3M double sided tape or glue to secure the top leading edge of the spoiler. Took me about 30 minutes to fit and I'm not exactly very handy although a friend\extra pair of hands may come in useful to hold the bumper in place while you secure it.

That's also a decent price and worth getting it painted at the same time.

The only thing I will say is while they are very good replica's and made from the same material as the OEM, the fit isn't 100% perfect and you'll probably find it might be a few millimeters out in a few places, however this isn't really noticeable unless you kneel down and have a close look. Whether this will bother you or not depends on how much of a perfectionist you are.
Guv, do u have any close up pics please.. where about's is you're short of perfect fitment?
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come on guys only 2 names down so far!

whoever is interested shoot across a PM!
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Yes the holes are pre-drilled. I just used some 3M tape placed at strategic positions on the top edge and sides of the spoiler, slipped it on then my mate held it in place while I put the screws back on. It really is simple.

I'll see if I can get some pics up so you chaps can see the fit. I'll need to take them at the weekend though as it's too dark by the time I get home during the week.
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Sounds simple enough that I can do it, second pair of hands will be useful though!

Going to make sure its well stuck as its going to take some punishment on the speedbumps.....
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