Racing Design for Everyday Driving

  1. BMSPEC

    BMSPEC Member
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    Hello!

    I know that we haven't really kept much forum presence since we joined as a forum sponsor, so let me fix that now and introduce ourselves:

    Our little baby company is dedicated to trickling down racing technology and knowledge for the benefit of all enthusiasts - you may have seen some of our cars punch far above their weight in Time Attack and endurance racing, or our street cars logging thousands of miles to test parts. Either way, we operate on simple principles: no "lifestyle", no IG clout, no pretty but unsupported simulation images to convince you that our stuff is good - we make it, prove it in real life, and that's what gives us the confidence to release it for your enjoyment. :)

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    While our products aren't limited to aero - we have some electronics in the works - I'm unabashedly here to promote our 10th gen lineup for the Type R, Si sedan/coupe, and hatchback. We make both wild and mild aero packages, all pieces thoroughly tested to either add downforce or reduce drag. Check it out here and on our website (www.bmspec.net/shop). Since this is just an introductory post after all, I'll cap it here - please feel free to ask me anything!

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  2. r.camlin

    r.camlin Senior Member

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    If you're able to, could you elaborate a little on the electronic stuff in the works? I love your aero products and just bought a spoiler extension that I've been eyeing up for some time now (motivated to finally pull the trigger by your most recent Instagram post lol).
     
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    BMSPEC

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    Without revealing too much, let's just say it's like Torque app except we provide data streams that OBDII cannot. :) Since we won't be able to really lay into R&D for this until our batches of aero are all finished, I'm trying not to give our competitors too much of a head start haha.

    Related, before the deadline hits for our shop-stop I will have to delve more into aero technology to help shine some light on this vastly misunderstood category of automotive products. :)
     
  4. r.camlin

    r.camlin Senior Member

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    I think I have an idea where you're going with it, and I'm pretty stoked. I'm curious to see how you'd do it, and I'm excited to see it implemented.

    Been following your company since I got my Civic and I love what you do and how you do it. Best of luck in all your endeavors. Looking forward to the next chapter!
     
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    I don’t see the full type r wing on your site. Do you have a link to information about it?
     
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    BMSPEC

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    I've just put it on the site, with information including free-stream 3D CFD that we conducted early in development. The wings outperform the CFD in real life which is a great thing. :)
     
  7. DTaiF

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    There’s an aero part I’ve been wanting since I first bought the car but haven’t found anywhere.

    I have an Si coupe but don’t like the factory rear wing. Could you make a trunk lip spoiler that curves down at the ends to follow the trunk,tail light lines and mounts to the factory wing holes?
     
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