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      12-03-2012, 12:15 PM   #1
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Seibon and Agency Power have released carbon fiber aero parts for the F10 M5. Available are two different style carbon fiber hoods, a carbon fiber CSL style trunk, and a carbon fiber finned diffuser.

These parts are 2x2 carbon fiber weave and clear coated.


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      12-03-2012, 12:25 PM   #2
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fyi hood, trunk n diff r made by seibon. only the lip is by agency power.
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      12-03-2012, 12:27 PM   #3
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Thanks, updated.
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      12-03-2012, 07:57 PM   #4
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Looks sick but i think painting the hood like this would fit the look alot better. Just a suggestion.
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Great fitment in that third to last pic

Mind you, not really sure if it's cause the hood was improperly closed
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Im sure they are high quality products, but they simply don't work on the F10 M5 for me. Much too aggresive and takes away every bit of class the car has.

Unless you want a show car to take to Sema and other shows alike, this is a huge waste of money as it takes the sexy sleak M5 and turns it into something it was NOT designed for..

DISCLAIMER: I am a huge fan of modifying cars, especially M cars but this is just too much. Perhaps the M3 is still a better candidate for this kind of treatment.
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I see that the CF Hood utilizes the OE latch system. Will this be safe enough to use at triple digit speeds?
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NICE ride .. personally I would get carbon fiber parts and paint them body color to only really take advantage of the weight reduction.
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that rear diffuser+painted quads+wheels on this car = money
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Im sure they are high quality products, but they simply don't work on the F10 M5 for me. Much too aggresive and takes away every bit of class the car has.

Unless you want a show car to take to Sema and other shows alike, this is a huge waste of money as it takes the sexy sleak M5 and turns it into something it was NOT designed for..

DISCLAIMER: I am a huge fan of modifying cars, especially M cars but this is just too much. Perhaps the M3 is still a better candidate for this kind of treatment.
agreed.
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all these pictures and absolutely nothing about what weight was saved. What a useless thread
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Agreed as well. The M5 wasnt really designed for a "tuner"car, so to speak...
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Interesting, i generally am partial towards quality carbon fiber hoods/trunks, and I think the f10 m5 is the best sedan on earth....yet this just doesnt appeal to me as a combo. Im not huge on how abruptly the hoods ends, the CF contrast likely contributes to that.
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I think it looks awkward because the hood doesn't reach the kidney grilles as it did in the E60. I am liking the deep hood vent because they do look aggressive, and a painted hood as pictured looks better imho.
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Not a single tuner has managed to make this car look more beautiful than stock. Big compliments to BMW and ///M for that

Especially those new trendy lower front black spoilers which clearly don't belong to BMW. Respect to passion of improving design and tuning, but every tuning agency has riced this car so far IMO.

Again, tastes differ and what ultimately matters most is that the owner enjoys his.
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Not a single tuner has managed to make this car look more beautiful than stock. Big compliments to BMW and ///M for that

Especially those new trendy lower front black spoilers which clearly don't belong to BMW. Respect to passion of improving design and tuning, but every tuning agency has riced this car so far IMO.

Again, tastes differ and what ultimately matters most is that the owner enjoys his.
couldn't agree more!!!!!
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IMO I love the diffuser and the lip, the hood and trunk make it look too busy, unless they were painted but I also agree that these carbon fiber parts belong more on a 3 series or M3 without a doubt..
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NICE ride .. personally I would get carbon fiber parts and paint them body color to only really take advantage of the weight reduction.
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Not really a fan of this f10 body style as far as modding. The e60 would look wonderful with the parts listed but this just doesn't look right i dont like the new m6 but thats just me
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