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    Is that the Reiger one? Looks very similar...

    Just realised that I forgot to post the link up...

    http://www.tuning.co.uk/vm/index.php...mart&Itemid=26

    http://www.tuning.co.uk/vm/component...t/00050301.jpg

    Its a company based in Lichfield, so just up the road from me. With the car lowered etc, I reckon it could look pretty good.
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by sam_c View Post
    Is that the Reiger one? Looks very similar...

    Just realised that I forgot to post the link up...

    http://www.tuning.co.uk/vm/index.php...mart&Itemid=26

    http://www.tuning.co.uk/vm/component...t/00050301.jpg

    Its a company based in Lichfield, so just up the road from me. With the car lowered etc, I reckon it could look pretty good.
    now they do look good do you think that price is painted and fitted?
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    No idea - they're £200 to buy. How much do you reckon a body shop would charge for painting and fitting it?

    If I go down the route of keeping it, which is looking quite favourable at the mo because I don't really want a 330. I want an M3, but do too many miles in my current job. I work in construction and am quite young working on some pretty good projects so want to see them through. Once they're done, I will be getting a job closer to home and will tran it to work, therefore can justify an M3. It seems daft to fork out £9k or so on a car that I don't really want in the grand scheme of things. As great as 330's are, they're no M3.

    In which case, I'll hang on to mine and sort it out. One of the jobs will be repainting the front bumper, so I would get the spliter painted at the same time, for hopefully not too much. I doubt fitting will be too hard.

    I reckon my compact lowered, with dark alloys (black chrome or similar) and that splitter would lookk pretty damn good. Then I can save for my M3!
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by sam_c View Post
    No idea - they're £200 to buy. How much do you reckon a body shop would charge for painting and fitting it?

    If I go down the route of keeping it, which is looking quite favourable at the mo because I don't really want a 330. I want an M3, but do too many miles in my current job. I work in construction and am quite young working on some pretty good projects so want to see them through. Once they're done, I will be getting a job closer to home and will tran it to work, therefore can justify an M3. It seems daft to fork out £9k or so on a car that I don't really want in the grand scheme of things. As great as 330's are, they're no M3.

    In which case, I'll hang on to mine and sort it out. One of the jobs will be repainting the front bumper, so I would get the spliter painted at the same time, for hopefully not too much. I doubt fitting will be too hard.

    I reckon my compact lowered, with dark alloys (black chrome or similar) and that splitter would lookk pretty damn good. Then I can save for my M3!
    realy not sure what the cost would be would think around £200 mark, as for keeping your compact sounds like a plan mate what do you do in the construction bussines?
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    thats similar to the standard bmw aerodynamic front apron isn't it?? except more expensive..
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    Quote Originally Posted by goughy View Post
    realy not sure what the cost would be would think around £200 mark, as for keeping your compact sounds like a plan mate what do you do in the construction bussines?
    That's what I was banking on!

    Also if I hang onto it and I pass my chartership in the new year I'll get a car allowance so my running costs will be covered, meaning I can save for the M!

    I'm a QS (or brick counter....)

    Bader - can you actually buy the M aerodynamic one on its own? I can't seem to see anything on realoem. The Reiger one is the only thing that doesn't look pikey.
     
     

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    guys there was a genuine bmw e46 compact aerodynamic full kit on flee bay he does have a phone number at the end of the add http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.d...=STRK:MEWAX:IT

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