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    Just get an M5 kit.. i think there the smartest bodywork on any car around!
     
     

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    The Hartge, more in keeping with the edges and curves of the rest of the bodywork.
    To do: Far too much.....

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    Cheers guys - The CSR is the cheaper option at about £180 inc P&P. I will need then to get it painted which ive got a buddy who can do that.

    The Hartge was about £300 inc P&P which again needs paitning.

    The only other option I have found is this one......... which I do like
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    i like that last option mate, bad colour match there though on the silver 5er, where did you see that, and how much we talking, i want to change the front a little, rear is ok, sides dead on, front is bit standard looking in se form, needs a we valance!!
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by coogsyrsv View Post
    i like that last option mate, bad colour match there though on the silver 5er, where did you see that, and how much we talking, i want to change the front a little, rear is ok, sides dead on, front is bit standard looking in se form, needs a we valance!!
    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.d...=STRK:MEWAX:IT

    This is just the front spolier. I was gonna lower mine at some point. I like the rear imo, and as you said sides are ok as you said but can always be done at a later date.
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    Quote Originally Posted by StK View Post
    Personally I like the CSR,The Hartge looks a bit too angular which kind of throws the rest out of shape but thats just IMO
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    I agree with STK, go with the CSR. The Hartge just isn't in keeping with the overall body shape.
    Yup Im with STK and M9RC on this one!
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    csr is too much like a snow plough imo!! would you not purchase a used m sport front bumper and get it painted? or are you wanting to keep the standard se front and add on a valance? considering something myself, i can get a sport front for 200, in black, 100 would paint it!
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by coogsyrsv View Post
    csr is too much like a snow plough imo!! would you not purchase a used m sport front bumper and get it painted? or are you wanting to keep the standard se front and add on a valance? considering something myself, i can get a sport front for 200, in black, 100 would paint it!

    I have looked into a M front but for the hassle of removing the bumper and having to get a whole new one replaced the "add on" fronts offer a change of look, hybrid looks with a M-Sport and are alot easier to fit + cheaper to paint
    Current BMW: E87 120i LCI Sport

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