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    Intorducing The Gintani Aero Line

    Hello everyone,

    We are proud to announce our newest products for the E92/E93 M3: The Gintani Aero Line. We are offering four (4) amazing pieces that are unique in their own special way. These products were not only designed for aesthetics purposes but also for functional use. The new line includes the Gintani Carbon Front Spoiler, Gintani Carbon Rear Diffuser, Gintani Carbon Side Skirts, and Gintani Carbon Rear Skirts. Our goal was to create an aggressive kit and yet make it look appealing. We feel we have achieved that goal with our new line of Aero parts. The E90 Kit will be released in short time, however the front spoiler will fit both models. Lets get straight to the pictures, and please let us know what you think!

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    All the pieces above are a 2x2 weave finish. We are also going to offer the pieces in 1x1 weave, as well as an trunk spoiler in the near future.

    Prices for the following go as follows:

    Gintani Carbon Front Spoiler: $1,295

    Gintani Carbon Rear Diffuser: $895

    Gintani Carbon Side Skirts: $1,250

    Gintani Carbon Rear Skirts: $400

    Gintani Full Carbon Kit: $3,690

    We are currently taking in orders for the carbon kit. If you are interested, please send me a PM, Email or give us a call at 818.787.8260

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    Damn, looks sharp but what a hit to the wallet.
    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Twinturbom3 Click here to enlarge
    Keep on jealousing.

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    Looks great, can we get a back side view so we can see the difuser as a whole.
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    the fitment of the rear diffuser isn't that great, or maybe it's the picture.

    BTW what kind of rims are those?

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    prices seems on point and it looks great!
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sorena Click here to enlarge
    the fitment of the rear diffuser isn't that great, or maybe it's the picture.

    BTW what kind of rims are those?
    Some sort of HRE
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    Here is a shot from the back, pictures aren't the best. We are going to do a professional shoot soon.

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    I love the front lip


    Those look like HRE C90s? Not sure

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    Looks awesome
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    very nice aero kit
    Current: 964 WB, 993, Panamera Turbo

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    I would hope so of these parts would find their way onto my car? Alex owes me a lip... Click here to enlarge

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    Promoted to the front page. Don't take this the wrong way, but your body pieces are better than I thought the would be when I was first told of them. Brilliant idea to start selling body pieces BTW.

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    This looks like some quality stuff - no question. One question I have though: when it is said to be functional, how is something like this proven? Just curious if they brought the car to a wind tunnel or did some CFD on the car... Either way, looks very good.Cheers.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by inlineS54B32 Click here to enlarge
    This looks like some quality stuff - no question. One question I have though: when it is said to be functional, how is something like this proven? Just curious if they brought the car to a wind tunnel or did some CFD on the car... Either way, looks very good.Cheers.
    great question. What we really wanted to do was put the car in a wind tunnel, but it was a bit over our budget to do so. So the next best thing to do was to put the parts on the track. Thanks to Paul Walker's/our time attack M3, we were able to test various lengths and various styles of front spoilers on the track. With the experiences we had with our testing, we came to a conclusion that this length and style would be the best for both worlds, street and track. We were also very pleased that the parts stayed in tact at high speeds because of the way the front is installed (we recommend the removing of the front bumper for the install) Since the design is somewhere in between track and street, we didn't want to push the aggressive side too much, so that non track enthusiast can enjoy the lip as well.

    But if people are looking for more of a track-able front spoiler, we will be offering an add-on to the spoiler which will extend the front to about 5.5 inches past the bumper. We will also be offering an attachment to our front spoiler that is a fully functional brake duct, Which will also include a new carbon fiber rotor dust cover with a flexible hose connection and a carbon fiber under tray replacement.

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    The front looks good. But the rest is over wrought. Uh, no.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Raz@Gintani Click here to enlarge
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    Here is a shot from the back, pictures aren't the best. We are going to do a professional shoot soon.
    That is a phat arse.
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    Please, please, please, with a cherry on top, make this kit for the E82 also.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by DavidV Click here to enlarge
    Please, please, please, with a cherry on top, make this kit for the E82 also.
    I have a feeling they are going to make a good amount of parts for various cars.

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