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      04-17-2012, 08:43 AM   #23
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Therefore thread title is a little wrong.
+1 I was excited BMW was already offering the proper solution to rid of those large shiny side gills. Regardless, the car looks great (other than the side skirts). I really like frozen silver on the F10
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The only M performance parts are the sideskirt decales and the rear spoiler. The M5 & M6 have the same sideskirts and rear bumpers as the M packages ones. Only the diffuser is different. The reason is because the rear fenders of the M cars are not wider. In the M3 is is different, as the rear quarter panels are the wider, an all new rear bumper can be designed.
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      04-17-2012, 10:53 AM   #25
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The ///m5 trunk badge looks horrible..
If you can afford the car why paint the badge like that. Buy nice black ones lol
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      06-06-2012, 10:22 PM   #27
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What I don't get is why don't the side gills have an option (at no cost) to have the black side gills/kidney grill just like they do for the window exterior trim?

Instead marketing performance part rhetoric
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      07-18-2012, 11:20 AM   #28
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I would also want to know if these items are OEM parts and yes it looks quite stunning if I may say so gives of an elegant glow in my eye.
They are OEM, part of the BMW Performance Line listed under the 5-series F10. However they will only work if you do not have the laser guided CC and the little thingie on the grill.
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Same car with new wheels.
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Love this look. Those wheels...OEM powdercoated? They look like 359 but have more spokes, any idea what they are?
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