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    Vorsteiner reveals E70 X5M body pieces - Pictures and Video

    Vorsteiner has released their aero kit for the E70 X5M. Just like with the X6M, the pieces compliment the car well and are not overdone. The complete kit includes a vented hood, diffuser and add-on front lip. The parts are made out of autoclaved pre-preg carbon fiber and they simply look great. Pricing is yet to be announced, check out the official Vorsteiner X5M site here: http://www.vorsteiner.com/x5m/

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    Looks good

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    Tough!

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    Yep, they did a good job.

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    This is not an aero kit. The hood is terrible. If one is going to do a hood please look at the E53 X5 Lemans, it has revese blisters. That is how you design a hood! The add-on lip spoiler does nothing. The rear diffusor is really good looking and adds a little more attitude and looks well designed. They better be past previous quality issues which were posted on here.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by deemo319 Click here to enlarge
    This is not an aero kit. The hood is terrible. If one is going to do a hood please look at the E53 X5 Lemans, it has revese blisters. That is how you design a hood! The add-on lip spoiler does nothing. The rear diffusor is really good looking and adds a little more attitude and looks well designed. They better be past previous quality issues which were posted on here.
    Why is it not an aero kit?

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    Maybe just semantics, I guess. To me and anyone is free to disagree with me. But an aero kit would be a front valance, side skirts, rear valance and the option of a rear wing/spoiler as either stand alone pieces or a complete package. And in the G-Power world, an optional carbon fiber or carbon/kevlar hood as a final piece if so desired which offered here. These are alacarte, which one could also do with an aero package, but not an aero kit to me.

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    compliments the looks of the car well
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by deemo319 Click here to enlarge
    Maybe just semantics, I guess. To me and anyone is free to disagree with me. But an aero kit would be a front valance, side skirts, rear valance and the option of a rear wing/spoiler as either stand alone pieces or a complete package. And in the G-Power world, an optional carbon fiber or carbon/kevlar hood as a final piece if so desired which offered here. These are alacarte, which one could also do with an aero package, but not an aero kit to me.
    I think that is just a different perspective, there is no minimum or maximum of pieces necessary. Perhaps minimum as there should be more than 1 piece or else that isn't really a kit.

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