Carbon Fibre exterior/interior on M140

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Head_In_The_Clouds
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Carbon Fibre exterior/interior on M140

Post by Head_In_The_Clouds » Fri Apr 21, 2017 11:41 am

Hi All,

First time post, first time BMW owner and first hot hatch owner! Firstly love the car so far (quite an upgrade from a 1.2 Clio :lol: ). I have the car in a PCP deal and have only had it for 4 weeks. This is a great site and I have trawled through lots of posts to educate myself on the world of BMW....

Anyway, I am considering adding some carbon fibre trim pieces both outside and in. I would like to replace the stock Kidney Grill, Mirror Caps and the exhaust trim with CF equivalents, and would also consider replacing the high black gloss interior for CF equivalents too. Firstly, can anyone recommend a good quality supplier in the U.K. (Preferably in the SE of England). Secondly, the car is on a PCP which complicates the matter. I think I could go with BMW parts but obviously the will charge through the roof, so I'm wondering how good quality, non BMW parts will affect my warranty etc.

Any help greatly appreciated.

Paul
M140i......but how to improve it? 8)

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Re: Carbon Fibre exterior/interior on M140

Post by topuphere666 » Fri Apr 21, 2017 12:27 pm

The parts shouldn't affect your warranty. They are cosmetic changes. Try Cotswold on here. They sponsor the forum and offer great deals


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Head_In_The_Clouds
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Re: Carbon Fibre exterior/interior on M140

Post by Head_In_The_Clouds » Fri Apr 21, 2017 12:41 pm

Thanks, I will give them a call

Paul
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