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BMW F80 M3 Gets a Fresh Look with Exotics Tuning's Kit

Since BMW launched the new F80 M3 and up until now, we’ve seen plenty of tuners launch one or more kits for it. Amongst the most famous, we could write down Hamann and AC Schnitzer here, tuners that have been with the Bavarian company for decades.
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However, young blood always brings novelties to the field and in this world where originality is so seldom met, it’s always refreshing to see what a new take could mean. Therefore, allow us to introduce the new F80 M3 kits from Exotics Tuning.

A rather small and new tuner on the market, the company owned and run by Ken Chan is now showing us the fruits of their hard work. For one thing, I have to admit that I’m impressed with what they came up with.

Their offering is made up of two products: the Street Series and the Track Pack. Their names are pretty much self-explanatory and you probably guessed already which one is recommended for daily use and which one can also be fitted on track cars.

The Street Series is available as we speak and showcased in the photo gallery below. It is made up of a new front spoiler, side skirts, a rear diffuser, quad exhaust tips (that can be used on the stock exhaust) and a rear boot spoiler.

All the parts are made of top grade carbon fiber and all of them took a lot of hard work to be designed not only to look good but also bring a couple of aerodynamic benefits to the mix, increasing downforce at higher speeds.

The Track Pack isn’t ready just yet as the guys are still working on it. However, we can tell you right now that if you go for it you’ll be getting a vented hood that will help cool off the intake air, an adjustable front lip with cooling ducts, adjustable rear GT wing, and a vented rear diffuser.

Of course, if you don’t want the complete package you can get all of these parts individually but no matter which way you choose, I’m pretty sure the Exotics Tuning kits will give others a run for their money.

 
 
 
 
 

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