1997 E36 323i - Roof spoiler fitted - Small?

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    Also, have fitted a roof spoiler I got last week for a tenner, but looks smaller than I thought it would be. (Don't we all get that!!)





     
     

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    That looks right to me

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    I agree with you mate, it looks smaller than mine looked.

    Looks good though.

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    Looks good. But what on earth is going on with the rear bumper? Me no like..
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amos View Post
    I agree with you mate, it looks smaller than mine looked.

    Looks good though.

    Amos
    amos's (now mine) spoiler is bigger, but sits inside the rubbers not over??

    wat is going on with the rear bumper?
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    Yes, I know, some people don't like the rear bumper lower bits, but I needed something to follow the line of the Hamann skirts. Without that something to bring the bumper bottom line down, it looks too high. Here are a couple of side shots with and without the splitters.






    See what I mean about the side skirt and bumper bottom line. It's that or get one of those full rear valances.
     
     

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    Hmm, I'd say go for the valance mate, but the roof spoiler looks good...

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    rear valance or leave them off, still looks awsome!!
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    True!

    I think it looks great without those rear splitters!
    E36 328i Coupe Sport....sorted.
     
     

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    From the valances i've seen tho, they either mimic the standard bumper where it flares out that little bit at the bottom, but lower about 3'', then it'll still look funny cos the hamann skirt is kinda curly/bulbous, or the valance just comes down too straight and doesn't flare out at all.

    I'll have to just keep looking for now. Fanx for comments. Am a bit stuck now for anything ellse to do with the exterior. Am in 2 minds about adding the Alpina stripes.
     
     

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