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Ricky535
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Post by Ricky535 »

They're Foha spoilers. Foha was big in the 80's
runningpanda
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Post by runningpanda »

Anyone have a good straight on shot of the rear skirt for the early Pfeba shark spoiler kit? I know they have a side shot, but I am looking for a better rear end shot. Thanks
Tankas
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Post by Tankas »

Tankas wrote:
Tankas wrote:What is this? Is it for E28?

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P.S. sorry for the quality, taken with mobile phone.
Any ideas?
Today went to check again on that spoiler. Found printed in:

BRABUS
Frontspoiler (in german) and some numbers (part code).


P.S. is there a chance that it isn't for a merc? :?
PMcD
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Post by PMcD »

I think it is for a benz, but It doesn't resemble any I have seen.

Though i have to abmit it would look good on my 300d Turbo
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Post by Mless5 »

Willing to bet it is fro MB, most likely w124 or maybe w126.
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Post by dave72 »

i've been told this front spoiler is rare does any one know ,its a motorsport body kit,or was ever released in the U.S
cheers dave



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(edit) oh i should read all of the post its the same as go4carters
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Post by WVe28 »

Uber rare MK Motorsport kit. The front valance is similar to the Hartge one on the first page, but different.
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E28CFX1
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Post by E28CFX1 »

I don't believe anyone's added the M-Tech spoiler/bumper, so here's my contribution :)

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Denver, CO
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Post by runningpanda »

Pictures of my Pfeba airdam painted and mounted.

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Post by DaRedRocket »

This should get some interesting reactions.

E46 330iC bumper mounted upside down...
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Post by CSBolger »

1985bmw535i wrote:This should get some interesting reactions.

E46 330iC bumper mounted upside down...
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Haha that thing is bad! :popcorn:
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Post by legendary »

DaRedRocket wrote:This should get some interesting reactions.

E46 330iC bumper mounted upside down...
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got more pics?
that is interesting
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Post by Das_Prachtstrasse »

I do like the e46 transplant, although the e34 switcharoo suits my tastes a little more i think..

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Post by 2ndeagle »

c_meyers wrote:I do like the e46 transplant, although the e34 switcharoo suits my tastes a little more i think..

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DaRedRocket
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legendary wrote:got more pics?
that is interesting
Yeah. The fellow who owns it is "bmwdirtracer" on BF.c. Also, the rear wing is a custom made CF one...He says it makes a huge difference even at autox speeds.
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Post by disco stu »

jesus, what kind of powerplant does it have in it?
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Metric Mechanic 3.9 M30.
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Post by Das_Prachtstrasse »

C Piller Roundels. I like.

Definitely a beast of a machine, although I don't think his wheels are wide enough for dirt racing.
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Post by DaRedRocket »

He doesn't dirt race it anymore. He's running 285's all around IIRC. And he still manages to break them loose.
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Post by legendary »

Thanks guys!

Austin, any idea what kind of number's he putting down? Very interesting. That e34 front is not bad either. I will have to look at that again when I get up and about (on bb). It may look different on a real screen.
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Post by DaRedRocket »

Well according to the MM numbers it's about 285HP...But that could be more or less depending on what else he's done. Just shoot him a message on BF.c
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Post by Alpinweiß »

[quote="c_meyers"]I do like the e46 transplant, although the e34 switcharoo suits my tastes a little more i think..

Most astonishingly, that somehow rocks.

Wonder what an E34 M kit would look like.
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Post by DaRedRocket »

Alpinweiß wrote:Wonder what an E34 M kit would look like.
People do E34 bumper swaps all the time...I'm sure somebody has done an M bumper swap. IMO, the E34 bumper swap isn't so hot, but I guess if you're looking for a cheap way around an M Tech kit that's the answer...
repoman
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here's another BBS Trunk spoiler I have not seen pictured

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repoman
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Another BBS trunk spoiler

Post by repoman »

And another...

This one is a BBS trunk lip spoiler that was recently sold to ChefShawn...

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