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Old 06-18-2016, 11:18 AM
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^Dinan badge is only $60 but you have to have enough points
Very True but there are some people on Ebay and other outlets that are selling their authentic DINAN badges to the highest bidder, for those who do not have the DINAN points.
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Congrats TMV,
I am not a fan of the Aero kit ,but on yours makes me change my mind!It looks fantastic and is about the best it can get
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the areo kit looks sleek and smooth, follows the body lines perfectly.
Thanks guys. I love it regardless of what some thoughts about it. Everyone can get an "iS" kit nowadays. It's so much harder with the aero kit.

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Very True but there are some people on Ebay and other outlets that are selling their authentic DINAN badges to the highest bidder, for those who do not have the DINAN points.
You've just give me an idea: maybe I'll buy the Dinan badges and sell them for profit
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Not bad from the rear either.

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Old 06-18-2016, 03:14 PM
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That looks tits. I never cared for the areo kit until your car.
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STOP IT TMV!!!!!

You have me hating how the E53 looks sans body kit!
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Old 06-18-2016, 06:29 PM
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Not bad from the rear either.

Definitely unique and rear - an acquired taste
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Hey guys. It looks like this thread got a long, overdue resurrection. I haven't done much for aesthetics but between the last 3 e53s I've owned the most common has been 31" mud tires, and exhaust/intake mods. I love the way the 19s grab the curves in the back roads but the extra sidewall really softens up the sporty ride through the Houston streets.





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Hey guys. It looks like this thread got a long, overdue resurrection. I haven't done much for aesthetics but between the last 3 e53s I've owned the most common has been 31" mud tires, and exhaust/intake mods. I love the way the 19s grab the curves in the back roads but the extra sidewall really softens up the sporty ride through the Houston streets.




Do you have to do anything special for the 31s to fit? I was thinking getting a set of the 17" wheels and putting some ATs on since we have horrible roads here in OK.
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