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      01-20-2016, 04:22 PM   #133
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      01-20-2016, 09:12 PM   #134
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Had M Performance front lip installed last week
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      01-22-2016, 11:41 AM   #135
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      01-27-2016, 05:47 PM   #136
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Thanks to the guys at Auto Couture for installing all my parts. Came out stunning. Status Gruppe front and side with Arkym diffuser.
So clean! Which suspension and spacer size you on?
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Is there any difference between RKP and M Performance front lip beside materials? They look pretty much identical in dimension/shape but I'm not 100% sure?
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      01-28-2016, 04:03 AM   #138
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Is there any difference between RKP and M Performance front lip beside materials? They look pretty much identical in dimension/shape but I'm not 100% sure?
i think the rkp lip is carbon and the mp poly
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      02-01-2016, 06:10 PM   #139
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I really like the Status Gruppe and RKP rear diffusers in 1x1 plain.
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      02-02-2016, 04:33 AM   #140
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a few better pics of the revozport front lip and brake ducts



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Is there any difference between RKP and M Performance front lip beside materials? They look pretty much identical in dimension/shape but I'm not 100% sure?
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i think the rkp lip is carbon and the mp poly
The RKP version actually comes forward a bit more (compared to M-Performance lip). Another big plus with the RKP lip is that you can use it without the CF M-Perf splitters.
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      02-04-2016, 11:00 PM   #142
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Another big plus with the RKP lip is that you can use it without the CF M-Perf splitters.
I didn't know this, that's not good. I had always planned to get the M perf lip on it's own when my car arrives, as I'm not a fan of the carbon splitters, I prefer the splitters color coded. This really throws a spanner in the works.

So you're saying I can't just buy the M perf front splitter on it's own and just install that? If that's the case, I have a big decision pending now which way to go. It's really thrown me off now.
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Another big plus with the RKP lip is that you can use it without the CF M-Perf splitters.
I didn't know this, that's not good. I had always planned to get the M perf lip on it's own when my car arrives, as I'm not a fan of the carbon splitters, I prefer the splitters color coded. This really throws a spanner in the works.

So you're saying I can't just buy the M perf front splitter on it's own and just install that? If that's the case, I have a big decision pending now which way to go. It's really thrown me off now.
I had the same dilemma you had. I've even thought of plastic welding the gap. After seeing the lip in person, I decided it was just too much work to make it worth while. Although I don't hate the CF splitters, I prefer the lines without them. In the end I just got the CF splitters.
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I just wish the splitters (and every other M option for the exterior) were 1x1 weave. That's why I went with the lightweight option.

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Status Gruppe 2x2 finned diffuser and MPE color-matched front lip spoiler in MG.
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Lightweight front lip;




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i'm sorry if this has been asked already and I have missed it, but does anyone know if the M Performance front lip sits lower than the lowest point of the existing stock bumper? i.e. will it catch on road humps/speed bumps?
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i'm sorry if this has been asked already and I have missed it, but does anyone know if the M Performance front lip sits lower than the lowest point of the existing stock bumper? i.e. will it catch on road humps/speed bumps?
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Yes it sits lower.
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Status Gruppe finned 1x1 diffuser;

Where in W LA are you, I'd love to check out that front lip in person. I've been on the fence about getting one myself. Also are those M Performance side skirt extensions?
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Where in W LA are you, I'd love to check out that front lip in person. I've been on the fence about getting one myself. Also are those M Performance side skirt extensions?
PM'd, and yes they are the M Performance side skirts from IND (trimmed to fit the F80).
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