RW Carbon would like to introduce the newest member of its family. We just took ownership of this beautiful new BMW F80 M3 in signal green. It was custom ordered from Ontario BMW in Ontario California back in January 2016, so the process took about 5 months, but it sure felt much longer. I am sure as many of you know the wait for your individual BMW is extremely tedious and you will check it progress almost everyday.
Our new M3 was ordered with Black leather and wheels, executive and lighting packages and of course we had to get a custom color. As it is RW Carbon's new build car it is only natural that we went with green. Out of the few green choices we liked Signal Green the best. It is actually a Porsche 911 GT3 color.
We decided to go a different route than most M3 owners. We choose to use the Varis Style Carbon Fiber Front Lip Spoiler, 3D Style CF Rear Diffuser and the ever popular Gloss Black Double Slat Grilles. Not pictured, but we recently installed the Performance Style Trunk Spoiler. Much more to come.
During the installs of the front lip spoiler and rear diffuser we decided to do a simple DIY install guide to help out our customers. These guides are specific for the parts we installed, but can be used as rough guidelines when installing the 3D style lip spoiler and our DTM rear diffuser for the F8x M3/M4 models.
- Varis Style Lip Spoiler DIY Guide
- 3D Style Rear Diffuser DIY Guide
There is plenty of more mods in store for this new M3, but you will have to stay tuned to find out. Every week or so we will be posting updates, so get ready for some big changes.
If you have any questions about our new F80 M3 build car of the parts we used on it this far please contact a carbon fiber specialist at RW Carbon. Feel free to reach us at [email protected] or call us at 714.328.4406. For inquires about more parts check out our online store at http://www.rwcarbon.com.
New Pictures Added 6/17/2016 - 12mm Spacers Added and a Performance Style Carbon Fiber Trunk Spoiler.
New Pictures Added 6/22/2016 - IND Gloss Black Fender Trims, M3 Emblem and Painted Reflectors