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      12-24-2018, 09:06 AM   #1
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RW Carbon vs JL Motoring

I'm looking to pick up a CF rear diffuser and both of these companies offer similar prices.

Just looking for advice for which one I should go with in regards to fitment and quality.
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I'm curious myself looking at side skirts.
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Talking I think you should try RW Carbon would be your best luck

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I'm looking to pick up a CF rear diffuser and both of these companies offer similar prices.

Just looking for advice for which one I should go with in regards to fitment and quality.
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I'm curious myself looking at side skirts.
RW Carbon would be the better choice a lot of people use that one if your not trying to pay the "M" owner tax on mods . RW has a little better fitment. JL Motoring is sometimes a hit or miss on fitment I found this out on my E92 M3.
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RW Carbon would be the better choice a lot of people use that one if your not trying to pay the "M" owner tax on mods . RW has a little better fitment. JL Motoring is sometimes a hit or miss on fitment I found this out on my E92 M3.
I've got RW Carbon for the grills and lower lip and rear diffuser, but I like the style of the JL Motoring side skirts. I'll probably still pick up the RW carbon mirror caps and fender grills.

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I'm looking to pick up a CF rear diffuser and both of these companies offer similar prices.

Just looking for advice for which one I should go with in regards to fitment and quality.
If you are still in the market....i purchased the RW carbon rear diffuser and RKP style front lip. The front lip has very good fitment, i'd say 8.5/10. The rear diffuser took quite a bit of time to fit properly but overall i'm happy with the fitment, i'd say that one is a 8/10.
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If you are still in the market....i purchased the RW carbon rear diffuser and RKP style front lip. The front lip has very good fitment, i'd say 8.5/10. The rear diffuser took quite a bit of time to fit properly but overall i'm happy with the fitment, i'd say that one is a 8/10.
Did you have to take the rear bumper off to install the diffuser?
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If you are still in the market....i purchased the RW carbon rear diffuser and RKP style front lip. The front lip has very good fitment, i'd say 8.5/10. The rear diffuser took quite a bit of time to fit properly but overall i'm happy with the fitment, i'd say that one is a 8/10.
Did you have to take the rear bumper off to install the diffuser?
Yes because the diffuser does not come with clips that snap into the bumper the way the oem diffuser does. There are tabs that need to have small holes drilled into and screwed into the bumper. It's not difficult but does take time to get it to fit nicely.
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