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FS: 190E Evolution (EVO I) body kit for both 16v and non-16v

Hi all,

After circling around for ideas and parts related, here comes the kit.

I will provide 2 versions, for 16v and non-16v car

1. For 16v car, I have got 2 versions

1.1 Flares only. The kit will comprises of
- Front EVO I Lip
- Front EVO I Splitter
- Front Arch
- Rear Arch
- EVO I Rear Door Arch
- Rear Bumper Panels
- Rear Wing
--------------------> The price per kit = 1,200 USD



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1.2 Flares with complete front fender. This version will ease you not wasting time cutting your original fenders and 16v fender panels to fit the front flares. The kit comprises of
- Front EVO I Lip
- Front EVO I Splitter
- Front Fender (190E + 16v Panel + EVO I Arch)
- Rear Arch
- EVO I Rear Door Arch
- Rear Bumper Panels
- Rear Wing
--------------------> The price per kit = 1,330 USD



2. For non-16v car. This will have all 16v kit + EVO I kit as a bundle. The kit comprises of
- Front Bumper (16v Bumper + EVO I Lip)
- Front EVO I Splitter
- Front Fender (190E + 16v Panel + EVO I Arch)
- 16v Side Skirt
- 16v Door Panels
- EVO I Rear Arch
- EVO I Rear Door Arch
- Rear Bumper (16v Bumper + EVO I Bumper Panels)
- Rear Wing
--------------------> The price per kit = 2,200 USD

This kit, the front bumper will be cut to fit the EVO lip and moulded into one piece. Same as the rear bumper, the 16v rear bumper is moulded in one piece with the rear EVO I bumper panels.


Material made: fiberglass.

Some pieces, for example EVO I lip, splitter and rear wing flap and front fender can be ordered in carbon fiber.

Front bumper, rear bumper and side skirt I will not provide in carbon fiber as it is too much detail and the bumpers and skirt has too many detail if we lay the carbon fabric onto the mould, it will not have the correct shape and dimension. If you really want the carbon, it will be only the carbon fiber skin, meaning that I will make a bumper in fiberglass and cover another layer of carbon fiber later. It is only for the look and it creates more weight which I do not recommend.

The price not including shipping by sea.



Process right now.

- The picture of flares and lip above is the actual set after taking out of the moulds so option 1.1 is already ready.

- For option 1.2 and for non-16v, it will complete before Christmas. I am truly sorry for late outcome but finally it will happen. The moulding process will start this weekend as there is a donor car will come and make some fitting before moulding the pieces.

Best regards,

Ake



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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Test fit with non-16v car this week. Everything starts in progress now

The car was changed one side doors to 16v doors as you can see. 16v side skirt already installed to see the line of the area of the fender side for being cut.




Another side with non-16v door panels




Line of the arches both front and rear to the line of the car and side skirts






Front view of the car with 16v bumper and EVO I lip together with side fenders and EVO I arches




Front side view of the car to show the line of the lip with front fender






Rear corner both sides. You can notice the rear fender have not been cutter so I only used tape to stick the arches to see what will look like.





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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The pictures below is the kit for non-16v car. This car has special request to use EVO I lip to the car's original BBS front bumper.




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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BMW research and development chief, Wolfgang Reitzle:
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