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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 09-09-2012, 02:01 AM Thread Starter
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Carbon Fiber Parts for 190E

I have already made the mold for the parts below so you can ask for the shipping price what you need.

Product shipped from Thailand.

Front hood

Weight 8.30 KG/ 18.30 LBS +/- 0.20 KG/0.44 LBS

750 USD







Rear Trunk

Weight 5.50 KG/ 12 LBS

600 USD





Door panels

1,400 USD for 4 panels, 700 For each pair front or back






BMW research and development chief, Wolfgang Reitzle:
"The laws of aerodynamics must be different between Munich and Stuttgart"... "IF THAT REAR WING WORKS, WE WILL HAVE TO REBUILD THE BMW TUNNEL"

And they did !!!!!!!!!!!!
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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 09-15-2012, 10:40 AM
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Are these still for sale?!
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Are these still for sale?!
yes but it will made to order as it can be ordered as glossy or matt surface

BMW research and development chief, Wolfgang Reitzle:
"The laws of aerodynamics must be different between Munich and Stuttgart"... "IF THAT REAR WING WORKS, WE WILL HAVE TO REBUILD THE BMW TUNNEL"

And they did !!!!!!!!!!!!
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how much lighter is the carbon fiber hood and trunk than the original one?
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I have not measured exact weight but it is around half of original

BMW research and development chief, Wolfgang Reitzle:
"The laws of aerodynamics must be different between Munich and Stuttgart"... "IF THAT REAR WING WORKS, WE WILL HAVE TO REBUILD THE BMW TUNNEL"

And they did !!!!!!!!!!!!
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Door panels

Hello first to all are these door panels still available? Second if they are what is the time frame to build and cost to ship to Redmond Washington 98052 USA
Door panels. Thank you Rod F.
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I have already made the mold for the parts below so you can ask for the shipping price what you need.

Product shipped from Thailand.

Front hood

Weight 8.30 KG/ 18.30 LBS +/- 0.20 KG/0.44 LBS

750 USD







Rear Trunk

Weight 5.50 KG/ 12 LBS

600 USD






1,400 USD for 4 panels, 700 For each pair front or back





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AKE does still make these by special order.
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