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      03-02-2008, 10:57 PM   #1
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3d Design CF Front Splitter + Rear Diffuser for E92/E93 M3

3d Design CF Front Splitter + Rear Diffuser for E92/E93 M3

As an exclusive importer of 3d Design products, we at MW Design are proud to announce the release of 3d Design's E92/E93 M3 products.

Featuring full CF Front Splitter and Rear Diffuser options, these parts will be available as of March 2008 from Japan.

More information can be found here - http://www.e90post.com/forums/showthread.php?p=2236509

PLEASE PM US OR EMAIL US DIRECTLY AT INFO@MWDESIGNTECHNIK.COM IF YOU HAVE ANY MORE QUESTIONS




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      03-02-2008, 11:15 PM   #2
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I love the splitter, however it looks like it would drag on every driveway.
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I like the diffuser, splitter... not so much.
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love the car
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It looks perfect!
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Looks pretty nice.
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Looks Nice!
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Here is a closer up shot of the splitters with an addon flipper in matte CF finish.

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What are the prices for the front and rear add ons?

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What are the prices for the front and rear add ons?

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nice splitter... i'd be interested, but definitely not for 1370 USD... nowhere near it in fact.

does it at least match CF weave on roof?
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nice splitter... i'd be interested, but definitely not for 1370 USD... nowhere near it in fact.

does it at least match CF weave on roof?
Just for price comparison - the ACS CF Front Splitter for e92 M3 retails at $3800 USD + shipping, the 3d Design one costs just as much for both the splitter and rear diffuser.

The 3d Design pieces are definitely high quality parts - everything from their construction, detail to in depth installation manuals. It definitely rivals what ACS or OEM BMW parts can provide.

Here is a close up pic of the CF weave from one of the M-Tech diffusers - you can see the quality of the weave even when these pics were taken from an iPhone.



Even the tabs are CF/ed

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Good racing shots of the splitter in action...honestly I like this better than the ACS version and its half the price...
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i thought people raced sideways in JAPAN!...wheres the D1 drifting at!
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3d Design just released a new set of pictures of the e92 M3 front splitter and rear diffuser.

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Close Up of Rear Diffuser

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wow those are beautiful... i am not feeling the extra flippers though... but the splitter looks really good.
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looks good, i might later
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new pics are nice!

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UPDATE

We just received a confirmation from 3d Design Japan that the e92 M3 Front Splitter will fit the e90 M3 sedan.

Here is a picture of their mockup e92 M3 piece test fitted on the e90 M3.



CF Flippers are included but optional for install...
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Here is a pic of the e92 CF Rear Diffuser with the Arqray exhaust system + stainless steel under shielding.

You can see how easily the diffuser is bolted onto the rear bumper as well - no cutting required!

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Does the front splitter require cutting/drilling of any kind? Or does it bolt up to stock bolt locations?

P.S. thats a sexy exhaust with that SS center section...probably to maintain the stock airflow?

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