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Old 08-08-2018, 04:36 PM
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Aero kit review from Ebay

Currently debating the Aero dynamic front & Rear kit from Ebay for my 2009 X5D.

is the quality worth it. thanks
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Old 08-09-2018, 04:54 PM
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Currently debating the Aero dynamic front & Rear kit from Ebay for my 2009 X5D.

is the quality worth it. thanks
link? We need to see the material.
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You'll find plenty of posts on here about these kits...

I have the LCI kit, the screws and clips that came with it were cheap but it fit like a glove. One thing to keep in mind when you buy cheap body kits is that they take more prep time to strip the mold release and prime them properly versus the OEM kit which is ready to paint.

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here is link:
https://www.ebay.com/itm/Fits-07-10-...aero+kit&rt=nc
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Material says "Polypropylene PP." Not a bad material. I have purchased tons of that material before including my X5M bumper (see my signature) and E90 M3 bumper. Been years now and I don't see any issue. Are you concerned when you get into an accident or you are just concerned the material will break without any reason?
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BTW, I just saw an ad here in Colorado with that kit on his X5 but OEM.

https://denver.craigslist.org/cto/d/...661971485.html
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How much fabrication to retrofit X5M Bumper. your cars looks good specially with the blackout grill.
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How much fabrication to retrofit X5M Bumper. your cars looks good specially with the blackout grill.
Thank you! You need to get new fenders (LCI) and an aftermarket X5M bumper. Removing the fenders is very challenging and requires patience. It's worth it IMO considering the look is significant.
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I buy lower splitters for my 996TT from them about once a year when I destroy mine. Cheap and disposable. Porsche wants $475 last time I looked.
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