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Hi all, after a trip to the stealer's I thought I would post up the part numbers (freely available on RealOEM) and the prices I've just been given by the stealer's.

Exhaust System:



Part Numbers & Prices:

1) Complete exhaust system: 18108308878 £582.35 inc VAT

2) Rear silencer: 18128308919 £339.22 inc VAT

Rear Spoiler:



Part Numbers & Prices:

1) Side plate (R&L): 51748308857 & 51748308858 £68.49 inc VAT (each)
2) Spoiler: 51628278837 £356.93 inc VAT
3) Holder, rear spoiler: 51628278836 £1,118 inc VAT

Aerodynamic Packages:



Part Numbers & Prices:

1) Diffuser (L&R): 51748308857 & 51748308858 £72.05 inc VAT (each)

2) Front Spoiler (L&R): 51638308873 & 51638308874 £88.55 inc VAT(each)

3) Fastening Set: 51718308937 £30.92 inc VAT

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Some eye watering prices there, personally I am very tempted by the back box from the challenge exhaust, but the rest are there for reference should anyone need them. :)
 

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feck me that spoiler aint cheap its double the cost of the m7 carbon one and tripe the cost of the fiberglass version
 
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feck me that spoiler aint cheap its double the cost of the m7 carbon one and tripe the cost of the fiberglass version
Yeah but your paying for limited run parts, also with BMW M division development. And although i don't want to sound rude, M-division sort of beats M7 on development. But still it is pricey, bu then there not looking to sell it public anyway.

Further info, the 17" Borbet Challenge wheels are only 125 each, these are 8 inch wide but we're not entirely sure if they are same bore as the challenge cars do run a different front and rear axle. Chance are it will be and theya re in ET38mm offset.
 

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Wheel detail......




01 Light alloy rim 7.5 X 17 ET:38 36110432960
02 Wheel bolt front MINI CHALLENGE 36108278813
02 Wheel bolt, rear MINI CHALLENGE 36108278814
03 WHEEL NUT 36111106017

They would look sick powder coated black if the car was lowered on coils. :cool:
 

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Challenge car also uses AP Racing brakes...



01 Racing braking system CP6720-1001:R56 MINI CHALLENGE 34108308871
02 Seal set, brake caliper CP4518-GK MINI CHALLENGE 34110404781
03 Vent valve CP3880-3 MINI CHALLENGE 34308308908
04 Spacer CP2494-1925:R56 MINI CHALLENGE 34118308909
05 Screw CP5005-103 MINI CHALLENGE 34118308910
06 Screw CP2494-6 MINI CHALLENGE 34118308913
07 BRAKE DISK LEFT CP3580-1163GA:R56 34118308911
07 BRAKE DISC RIGHT CP3580-1162GA:R56 MINI CHALLENGE 34118308912
08 Adapter piece CP2494-1924:R56 MINI CHALLENGE 34118308914
09 Brake-caliper holder CP2494-1625:R56 MINI CHALLENGE 34118308917
10 Brake caliper, left CP6720-13S4:R56 MINI CHALLENGE 34318308915
10 CALIPER RIGHT CP6720-12S4:R56 MINI CHALLENGE 34318308916
11 Bolzen CP5200-138 MINI CHALLENGE 34118320106
12 Brake line CP3758-46 MINI CHALLENGE 34110393843
13 Brake pads kit 7767.01.1754 MINI CHALLENGE 34110393844
14 CONTROL UNIT ABS MINI CHALLENGE 34528308893
 

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Yeah but your paying for limited run parts, also with BMW M division development. And although i don't want to sound rude, M-division sort of beats M7 on development. But still it is pricey, bu then there not looking to sell it public anyway.
so that would be why the front splitters on the challenge cars fall off and the teams have come up with their own bodge to fix then :confused1:

or how m7 can produce a spoiler that is wind-tunnel proven to work and in full carbon fiber that uses all the stock mountings and its 100% removable with the same adjustments as the MC one for half the price :confused1:

like with a lot of m parts your paying a hefty wack for the name, if they had developed a full m-spec race engine then i would be imperssed but m7 can do the same and better in a lot these cases for LESS :thumbup:

i know where i would spend my $$$ ;)
 
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Challenge car also uses AP Racing brakes...



01 Racing braking system CP6720-1001:R56 MINI CHALLENGE 34108308871
02 Seal set, brake caliper CP4518-GK MINI CHALLENGE 34110404781
03 Vent valve CP3880-3 MINI CHALLENGE 34308308908
04 Spacer CP2494-1925:R56 MINI CHALLENGE 34118308909
05 Screw CP5005-103 MINI CHALLENGE 34118308910
06 Screw CP2494-6 MINI CHALLENGE 34118308913
07 BRAKE DISK LEFT CP3580-1163GA:R56 34118308911
07 BRAKE DISC RIGHT CP3580-1162GA:R56 MINI CHALLENGE 34118308912
08 Adapter piece CP2494-1924:R56 MINI CHALLENGE 34118308914
09 Brake-caliper holder CP2494-1625:R56 MINI CHALLENGE 34118308917
10 Brake caliper, left CP6720-13S4:R56 MINI CHALLENGE 34318308915
10 CALIPER RIGHT CP6720-12S4:R56 MINI CHALLENGE 34318308916
11 Bolzen CP5200-138 MINI CHALLENGE 34118320106
12 Brake line CP3758-46 MINI CHALLENGE 34110393843
13 Brake pads kit 7767.01.1754 MINI CHALLENGE 34110393844
14 CONTROL UNIT ABS MINI CHALLENGE 34528308893



This lot costs just on 3k, and thats just parts, will need coding etc too to run on a standard car.......lol
 

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+1...

Perhaps the diffuser too...

I presume there will be probs with chassis nos etc?
Doesn't seem to be at present. My local dealer is happy to order me one with a small deposit. No chassis number needed.

I think the problem may come at the German end As Ant has said, he has had his on order for the best part of a month now.
 

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Challenge car also uses AP Racing brakes...



01 Racing braking system CP6720-1001:R56 MINI CHALLENGE 34108308871
02 Seal set, brake caliper CP4518-GK MINI CHALLENGE 34110404781
03 Vent valve CP3880-3 MINI CHALLENGE 34308308908
04 Spacer CP2494-1925:R56 MINI CHALLENGE 34118308909
05 Screw CP5005-103 MINI CHALLENGE 34118308910
06 Screw CP2494-6 MINI CHALLENGE 34118308913
07 BRAKE DISK LEFT CP3580-1163GA:R56 34118308911
07 BRAKE DISC RIGHT CP3580-1162GA:R56 MINI CHALLENGE 34118308912
08 Adapter piece CP2494-1924:R56 MINI CHALLENGE 34118308914
09 Brake-caliper holder CP2494-1625:R56 MINI CHALLENGE 34118308917
10 Brake caliper, left CP6720-13S4:R56 MINI CHALLENGE 34318308915
10 CALIPER RIGHT CP6720-12S4:R56 MINI CHALLENGE 34318308916
11 Bolzen CP5200-138 MINI CHALLENGE 34118320106
12 Brake line CP3758-46 MINI CHALLENGE 34110393843
13 Brake pads kit 7767.01.1754 MINI CHALLENGE 34110393844
14 CONTROL UNIT ABS MINI CHALLENGE 34528308893
Probably not a good idea to run these on a road car; from what I understand there'll be no weather seals in the calipers, so they can handle higher temps.
 

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Probably not a good idea to run these on a road car; from what I understand there'll be no weather seals in the calipers, so they can handle higher temps.
at last someone else who understands the difference between race caliper and road caliper, they are just off the shelf AP race calipers
 

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Yeah but your paying for limited run parts, also with BMW M division development. And although i don't want to sound rude, M-division sort of beats M7 on development. But still it is pricey, bu then there not looking to sell it public anyway.


Are they M division? -I thought they contracted out the work under the JCW banner to other development companies
 
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Does anyone know if the complete Challenge exhaust would be road legal? If so, I'm going to get one and I don't care how ****ing loud it is!!!

Paul The Peddler!
 

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Complete exhaust is NOT road legal - this is due to the removal of the cat. That and I would imagine its over the 101DB limit for road use.

I have ordered the back box section, and I still think it will be loud!
 
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