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My 135i with some Carbon


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Well the weather is good, so I got to wash the car and take some pictures at last. I am still to fit my race mesh grills to match the FMIC one, I though "to hell with it" it looks so nice I will have to take the pictures today. You will see I currently have both the iCarbon rear diffuser and the front lip. Both of these items are of excellent quality and the fitment is fairly straight forward for both and I fitted both of these on my own.

I hope you enjoy the pictures of my car and A big thank you to iCarbon and I am looking forward to adding an iCarbon CF "roof spoiler" next

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PS I've removed the M Badge now +++

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Cool - but is there anything less "sporty" on the entire planet than mud guards? :confused:

:grin:

Makes it look a little more Squat from the rear and of course it protects the paint......since I have 341 BHP and 360 ft Lbs torque, it needs som extra protection :grin:

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Well removing them will give you the following benefits:

1) your car will look like its driven by someone under the age of 65

2) people will no longer assume you have a caravan

3) your car will weigh less, improving your bhp/tonne

4) your car will have less drag, improving your acceleration

5) your car will exert more downwards force without them, improving handling

6) people you considered friends until they saw the mudflaps, may talk to you again

Seems like a win-win to me! :coffee:

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Well removing them will give you the following benefits:

1) your car will look like its driven by someone under the age of 65

2) people will no longer assume you have a caravan

3) your car will weigh less, improving your bhp/tonne

4) your car will have less drag, improving your acceleration

5) your car will exert more downwards force without them, improving handling

6) people you considered friends until they saw the mudflaps, may talk to you again

Seems like a win-win to me! :coffee:

They look fine :confused:

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I like the carbon. I have seen one in white with the same bits and it looks very nice indeed.

Not sure on the mud flaps. If they were the same colour as the body, then yes, but otherwise I'm not a fan of them. They look okay, I just don't think they add a great deal to the looks, they're bad aerodynamically but they do have a practical protection benefit of course and if they prevent chips and crap then maybe it is worth it.

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