6 Series Spoilers
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The original 6 Series Spoilers was the successor to the E9 coupes, namely the 2800CS, 3.0CS and 3.0CSi. The new E24 chassis was safer than that of the E9, meeting new United States federal crash and rollover standards. The original 6-Series was first launched in August 1976, with the 633CSi and 630 CS (not in US). This car had a 3210 cc engine with 197 PS (145 kW). In 1980 debuted the 635CSi, with a 3453 cc SOHC, 218 PS (160 kW) engine and a top speed of 222 km/h (138 mph). The 635CSi could reach 100 km/h (62 mph) in 7.4 seconds. A luxury version, known as the L6 arrived in 1987 with leather headliner and trim and other accoutrements.
The 630 CS used a 2986 cc I6 M30 engine with a Solex 4A1 carburetor, making 184 PS (135 kW) at 5800 rpm. The 633 CSi used a 3.2 L version of the same engine, but with a Bosch Motronic fuel injection system, which increased output to 200 hp (150 kW). The 630 CS was replaced in 1979 by the more affordable 628CSi, with a smaller displacement (2788 cc) but retaining the same power . It was fitted same Motronic fuel injection as the 633.
In 1983 BMW took the M88/3, a modified version of the M88/1 from the BMW M1 and put it in the E24 chassis, creating the M635CSi, or M6. This had a DOHC 24-valve 3453 cc, 286 PS (210 kW) engine, taken from the BMW M1 with a top speed of 255 km/h (158 mph). The M6 reached 100 km/h in 6.2 seconds. The M6 also had improved suspension, brakes, and a close-ratio manual transmission
6 Series Spoilers are installed on the trunk of your car. One easy way to make your car look good is to add a spoiler. 6 Series Spoilers are easy to install and an effective way to make the rear end look sportier and give some aerodynamics to your vehicle. One thing you should be concerned about when you purchase your wing is to get it painted. But don't get it painted until you have test fitted it on your vehicle. Sometimes the wrong spoiler could be shipped to you. Or, maybe you just ordered the wrong model without realizing. Regardless a test fit is essential to see how well it fits. Make sure the paint that is applied blends in with the rest of your paint. Don't go cheap. You can paint it for about $150 roughly if you shop around.