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|DTM Fiber Werkz BMW E46 Carbon Fiber Roof Panel [CFRP] |
Alter the aesthetic and shave weight off the top of your 2001-06 BMW E46 Coupe with this CSL-style Carbon Fiber roof replacement from DTM Fiber Werkz. This super light CF roof panel is a serious reduction in weight, weighing just 7.5lb, while the OEM sunroof panel alone weighs 15lb. This roof panel replaces the factory roof with a few rivets and affixed with specialty automotive glue. This is a component for serious Race Car builds only, as it should only be used with a full weld in roll cage with roof bar protection. Vehicles shown may include moldings, grilles or an addition to the DTM Autowerkz piece. Parts such as lights, splitters, canards, paint, grilles and other accessories are not included unless specified.
NOTE: Like all Carbon Fiber and FRP products on the market, this product must be test fitted & prepped before installing it. Often, slight modifications are required such as trimming, sanding, filling, or smoothing the surface in order to achieve the best fitment and appearance. This is NOT an OEM product, fitment will NOT always be perfect straight out of the box. We strongly recommend having this product installed by a body shop experienced in working with AFTERMARKET body kit pieces, not a standard collision repair center that works on insurance claims. Images for this item are an accurate representation of THIS PRODUCT, properly installed by a professional installer. We also offer installation of this product at our own installation facility in southern California.