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Vendor Artisan Spirits Aero Kit for Tesla Model 3

Discussion in 'Model 3' started by EVStuning, Dec 6, 2019.

  1. EVStuning

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    #1 EVStuning, Dec 6, 2019
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    FULL KIT will include:
    Front under spoiler in FRP $858 also available in CFRP for $1342
    Side steps in FRP $1320 also available CFRP for $1925
    Rear Diffuser in FRP $1078 / CRFP for $1672
    Trunk Spoiler in FRP $660 / CFRP for $1210
    Bumper Garnish in FRP $550 / CFRP for $1078
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    FRP = Fiber Reinforced Plastic also known as Fiberglass
    CFRP = Carbon (overlay) on FRP - only bumper garnish and rear trunk spoiler will be a full carbon overlay.
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    FRP Full Kit Retails - $4466 +freight
    CFRP Full Kit Retail - $7227 +freight
    -5% discount if you are a teslamotorclub member
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    we will take a non refundable deposit of $1000 for the initial order. Balance will be due when the parts arrive from Japan.
    production will take about 16 weeks plus transit time.

    626-336-3400 x111 or email [email protected] for questions or inquiries.
     
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  2. WilliamG

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    I’ll be the first to say: DAYUM!

    I think I like everything about that except the ride height (too slammed for my liking, but which obviously isn’t part of the kit).
     
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    #3 hydro 481, Dec 6, 2019
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    As the kids would say...”That’s clean AF yo!”

    Probably the classiest complete kit I’ve seen for the 3. But at $7227 for the CFRP version not sure if I would do it though.

    Would like to see each piece unpainted and get some more info (weight for both version, how much ground clearance is reduced, ect)
     
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    Best rear diffuser so far!
     
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    I think ground clearance might be an issue with this kit.

    Are those wheels 19s or 20s? I think they’re 20s but the addition of the kit makes them look smaller on the car.
     
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    What exactly is the "bumper garnish"?
     
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    I agree with hydro481, price is a little crazy, but would still like to see pics of each piece of the kit in more detail, and in unpainted CF.

    Ground clearance is always a concern for most owners so pics and details to provide info on what it is up front with the lip would be helpful, on a Model 3 that is not slammed to the ground. Anywhere else we can find more images of this kit?

     
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    Wonder how this compares to @UnpluggedP and their aero ascension kit
     
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    I was actually looking at that last night, it's actually fairly similar in pricing. I like how the designs are fairly different too, means more options for us! I especially like the look of their rear spoiler, curious to see more pics.

    Note the Artisan Spirit diffuser appears to just be a diffuser that bolts on to the existing bumper for FRP $1078 / CRFP for $1672 and UP sells a complete rear bumper with diffuser for $2000/3000(ish) in PFRP/CFRP respectively.

    AS side skirts are FRP $1320 also available CFRP for $1925 compared to UP being $1500/2000.
     
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    How does the UP compare to this kit as far as build material?

    I think both kits look good in their own way. For me personally, I prefer the understated look of this kit. The UP is too aggressive for my taste. Although I’m sure back in the days when I was younger I would have loved the UP kit.
     
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    I'm planning on running in SM so while installing aero is not on the short term plan may do so someday!
     
  12. EVStuning

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    the 2 pieces on the front bumper by the fog light.
     
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    So the FRP kit is actually lighter than the CFRP? What are the advantages of getting CFRP besides the carbon fiber look? More durable?
     
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    OOO I like this one.

    Very interested to see how that rear spoiler fitment ends up given how poorly the stock one does.
     
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    Should be fine since it appears to be sitting on top of the trunk?
     
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    #16 EVStuning, Dec 10, 2019
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    it's just for looks. and most CFRP parts won't require paint so you can install them right away without having to make a trip to a paint shop. Front, side and rear diffuser will need to get partially painted to match the car.


    Zero fitment issues. Sold hundreds of their kits, and never had any fitment issues. Plenty of kits used by Lexus and Toyota marketing for auto shows. We've built most of them here so we can tell you first hand the fitment is great.
     
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    **sigh**

    In the words of Don Corleone

    “Just when I thought I was out ....... they pull me back in!”

    Bravo Evasive!!! Finally a real front lip, skirts and diffuser..... JDM As F*** ... :)
     
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  18. hydro 481

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    Thanks. Can you provide pics of them unpainted? Also how much do FRP bumpers usually weigh?
     
  19. incon3037r

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    With all my previous cars, I would have already modified them. With my P3D I've been patiently waiting for the right look to go with and this kit has grabbed my attention more so then anything else and has me ready to pull the trigger, but like other members have said the cost is pretty steep.

    Is there any chance of a group buy for this kit and how much is the deposit?
     
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  20. EVStuning

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    #20 EVStuning, Dec 11, 2019
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    Front spoiler about 1.8kg - 3.9lbs
    Rear diffuser 3.1kg - 6.83lbs
    Side step per side 1.6kg x 2 - 3.5lbs each
    Trunk spoiler 1kg - 2.2lbs
    Bumper garnish is too light will not register on scale

    let me see what i can do. will likely need a min of 10 kits order for the group buy. will follow up shortly.
     
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