New JCW Options for 2006

Like MINI, JCW will be releasing a few juicy new bits for the last model year of the current generation MINI. Here’s a quick rundown of what to expect for 2006.

As we’ve reported way too many times over the past several months, MINI will be offering the full JCW Engine Kit as a factory option for the MCS. The kit will retail for $6300 (£3,600 in the UK) and will come standard with the JCW Sport Brake Kit and Limited Slip Differential. In the US it will require the addition of the Sport Package due to the larger brakes. For the UK it will simply require 17″ wheels ordered with the car from the factory. The JCW Engine Kit will be available as a factory option from 10/05 on.

(Update: To clarify what we mentioned early – the 16″ X-lite wheels will clear the JCW brakes but due to the tight fit there may be coolng issues with them. Therefore they are not recommended with the brake kit. The only 16″ wheel designed to work with the JCW Brake kit are the new 16″ Bridge Spokes.)

JCW will finally be offering the full JCW Engine Kit for the MINI Cooper S Automatic in 2006 as well. We should see this new kit offered as a dealer accessory sometime this fall. Apparently the kit was held up due to emission related testing (among other things) until just recently. It’s unclear if this will be offered from the factory like the standard JCW Engine Kit or will only be offered as a dealer installed option.

Also new for 2006 will be two different sets of 18″ wheels. The wheels are the same design but will come in either anthracite or with the exterior polished (both pictured above). We hope to have more photos and prices in the next few weeks. You can see a couple of larger shots here: Anthracite / Polished. (Thank you Mr. Anonymous for the wheel photo.)

Finally, the accessory that people either love to hate or love to love, the JCW Rear Wing, (full pic here) has finally be released. It will be available in four different colors: black, aspen white, dark silver and something called high gloss. It retails in the UK for �380.25. US availability has yet to be determined. Here’s another shot (Via MINI2) of it being tested at the Nurburgring.

  • RB

    Yeah……….Whatever…..I want that jacket!

  • RB

    Or maybe it’s a shirt.

    Say when is the subscription “MotoringFile” newsletter coming out?

  • http://www.gbmini.net/ Ian

    JCW Brake Kit will actually fit the MCS standard 16″ wheels – say again? I always read that the only 16s it would fit were those strange “twin spoke” ones …

    If MINI require an LSD to “risk” factory install, can’t see how they could let it go on the auto transmission. No doubt that will please some readers 😉

  • http://motoringfile.com Gabe Bridger

    I know that they the brake kit fits the standard 16″ wheel on the MCS because I’ve seen and driven a car with that set-up. It was MINIUSA’s car that was lent to Phil Wicks for his Drivers School.

    If MINI require an LSD to “risk” factory install, can’t see how they could let it go on the auto transmission. No doubt that will please some readers 😉

    I would agree with you.

  • nrkist
    If MINI require an LSD to “risk” factory install…

    Sorry, Ian, but what do you mean by “risk” here? Isn’t BMW’s risk in the warranty coverage, which is identical whether the kit is installed at the factory or by the dealer? And does an LSD somehow “protect” the drivetrain from the added power? I’d actually think the opposite, since it allows more torque to be applied to the ground when accelerating in a turn. To me that would mean the possibility of more clutch and transmission abuse, not less. Please set me straight. Thanks!

  • http://www.gbmini.net/ Ian

    “risk” – simply that because the factory install requires speccing the LSD as well, thus an implication that MINI are concerned about supplying 210hp front-wheel-drive to drivers who might not be able to handle it.

    Apparently it is OK for an owner to buy a non-upgraded MINI without LSD then put the LSD in, but they can’t “risk” selling the whole package in one go!

  • https://secure.mawebcenters.com/wc/sd_websites/spirit2/ O(=^=)O Capn

    (to self) (hmmmn, Risk hmmnn

    uh, Fun Game?

    yeah, that’s it, their talking about a fun game)

    Yeah, I like Risk too! Can I play?

    Those wheels would be cool if the rimmmms were polished!! Yeah cool! Are they considered horseshoes?(everyone take a drink)

    Hmmn that spoiler might get in the way of my racoon tail and give me a tail between the legs look.

    Jacket? Can I wear it during Risk?

  • http://www.jwardell.com/mini/ Josh Wardell

    JCW for MCSA…did you see that Ian? Are you jumping for joy yet? :)

  • nrkist
    “risk” – simply that because the factory install requires speccing the LSD as well, thus an implication that MINI are concerned about supplying 210hp front-wheel-drive to drivers who might not be able to handle it.

    So you meant liability risk around safety? Sorry, still not following you. In my experience, an over-powered LSD-equipped car requires more skill to drive safely than the same car with an open diff, not less. More power to the ground = more acceleration + more torque steer with fwd = more risk of driving off the outside of a turn into a tree. LSD is not a safety feature at all, really the opposite.

  • http://motoringfile.com Gabe

    More power to the ground = more acceleration + more torque steer with fwd = more risk of driving off the outside of a turn into a tree. LSD is not a safety feature at all, really the opposite.

    I don’t believe that argument really works in this context. The numbers nor the drivability characteristics really don’t add up to your conclusion. I’ve drive both LSD and non-LSD 210hp JCW MINIs. The LSD is infinitely smoother and easier to drive quickly. It is a more capable car in the hands of a novice especially. I would expect Ian’s hypothesis is probably spot-on.

  • KevinR

    Just so we’re all clear: when you say “standard MCS wheel” you’re talking about the R84 X-lite, right?

  • http://motoringfile.com Gabe

    Yup. (clarified it in the story above)

  • nrkist
    It is a more capable car in the hands of a novice especially. I would expect Ian’s hypothesis is probably spot-on.

    More capable of accelerating more quickly in slick conditions and out of tight turns, absolutely. It allows a “novice” driver to push an already fast car even faster in exactly the most dangerous situations. Sorry to rant on about this – I don’t mean it as a personal attack on Ian or anyone else. But I think it would be grossly irresponsible to allow people to walk away from this thread thinking an LSD is a safety feature. It’s just not.

  • http://motoringfile.com Gabe

    But I think it would be grossly irresponsible to allow people to walk away from this thread thinking an LSD is a safety feature. It’s just not.

    In that respect I don’t think I disagree with what you’re saying. And with that in mind I come back to the old adage… the best upgrade one can make to their car is between their ears (via a driving school).

    However I still think Ian is probably correct in his assumption.

  • MINIAC
    In the US it will require the addition of the Sport Package due to the larger brakes.
    … the JCW Brake Kit will actually fit the MCS standard R84 X-Lite 16″ wheels along with the new 16″ Bridge Spoke.

    If the JCW Brakes fit under the standard R84’s, why do you have buy the Sport or Checkmate Packages. I suspect that spacers are required to fit R84’s.

    Unless you can ala carte wheels, the JCW Package is not a $6,300 option … it will cost $7,700 (with Sport Package), $8,200 (with Sport Package and R98’s) or $8,500 (with Checkmate Package).

  • meanboy

    “I don’t believe that argument really works in this context. The numbers nor the drivability characteristics really don’t add up to your conclusion. I’ve drive both LSD and non-LSD 210hp JCW MINIs. The LSD is infinitely smoother and easier to drive quickly. It is a more capable car in the hands of a novice especially. I would expect Ian’s hypothesis is probably spot-on”.

    Not sure how this applies to the discussion but this is from NAM’s G Stock Forum and I thought it might be interesting to some.

    “What I’m talking about is that you have more power application at a lower speed with the new gearing. As I have been told, but experienced beforehand, the LSD has more difficulty on the tighter slower speed turns, breaking a wheel loose more often and not locking up”.

    http://www.northamericanmotoring.com/forums/showthread.php?p=604141#post604141

  • nrkist
    However I still think Ian is probably correct in his assumption.

    Thanks for adding that last jab, Gabe. Now, I don’t claim to be an automotive industry expert of the calibre of someone like you or Ian, but I’ll just throw in my humble opinion on the topic.

    BMW are not offering the LSD with JCW kit to make the cars safer, nor to make novice drivers more capable of driving faster and killing themselves. They are doing it because they think they will make more money that way. And they are likely right. I think they’re bundling the LSD and brake upgrade with the engine kit for two main reasons:

    1. Simplifying production variations and the related supply chain. They know that 99% of people getting a JCW kit would opt for the LSD anyway, and most would go for the brake kit. By bundling all three on every JCW car, as opposed to offering them a la carte, BMW and JCW can better plan for and meet demand during production, and assembly of JCW-equipped cars is greatly simplified. Production and inventory costs are reduced. This is good.

    2. Pricing and margin. As a factory option, the JCW tuning kit alone would be very hard to justify to many potential customers at, say, $4500, relative to performance packages offered on other new cars. Throw in the LSD and brake upgrade for $6300 and many more customers are likely to be convinced to go for the package by slick marketing copy and even slicker sales people, and you’re still making mad margin. In other words, you’re not going to lose the “hard core” JCW buyer by not offering these options a la carte, and you’re likely to increase sales to those outside this core segment by creating a bundle of three options that appears more reasonably priced. You’re selling more product at similar margins. This also is good.

    Again, just my $0.02.

  • brian

    I was wondering this too. Why are we forced to purchase a bigger wheel package when the standard or an alternate wheel of the same size will do?

  • codemunkee

    who cares about the engine and wing….those are some NICE wheels!!!

  • MiniItchy

    Thanks for the news! Does that mean Mini S JCW Auto comes with LSD too??

  • http://www.gbmini.net/ Ian

    No LSD on the auto (which was the point of the entertaining discussion between nrkist, Gabe & myself).

  • Ian F

    “US it will require the addition of the Sport Package due to the larger brakes”

    But if some 16″ wheels will fit, this is plain stupid… very confused… I’ll never understand product managers…

  • http://www.detailingconcepts.com Matt

    perhaps i’m getting too cynical here, but i’m finding myself siding with nrkist on this topic.

    it really feels like profiteering on the part of MINI. granted the margins on the MINI are getting a little, squeezed by the relative strength of the GBP vs USD, yes the Dollar has had an excellent run over the past 6-7 months, but it’s still below 01-02 levels. however, gabe, you just posted an article detailing the excellent sales of MINI in the US, and squeezed margins doesn’t mean they’re not making money, just that they’re not making as much as they’d like. the model continues to be profitable. and didn’t BMW not expect to make much during the first generation model? yet BMW trots out currency moves as justification for price hikes.

    now in the final model year, with the return of strength of the dollar and continued sales strength, MINI ups prices across the board and, in only what can be considered a cynical move, incorporates the JCW kit with Brakes and LSD at the factory, with no appreciable price break, and demands the pack be ordered with the Sport pack, inspite of the fact, as you’ve just reported, the standard 16′ wheels fit over the brakes despite what we’ve been told by MINI and the dealer network. that’s 7700 before any other options are ordered, a 37% increase over a base S. you cannot tell me there isn’t substantial profit in that number, especially now that JCW, the company, is now a part of BMW/MINI.

  • Bilbo Baggins

    I agree with Ian F on this 100%.

  • http://motoringfile.com Gabe

    Look at it this way… does BMW allow the M3 to come standard with 17″ wheels? No. Why? BMW needs to differeniate the models by not only performance but also overall look as well. It’s the same thing here, MINIUSA probably wants to create a certain image for the JCW MCS. They know that 17″ wheels fit the brakes ideally and sets the car apart from the Cooper and standard MCS. They also know that the only way to get 17″ wheels from the factory in the US is by ordering the Sport Package (or Checkmate for ’06). So suddenly there’s a solution, make the JCW MCS only available with the Sport Package. It not only makes the JCW MCS look the part with the big wheels, DSC (which is another important factor in this), and upgraded lighting, but it also has the side effect of making the JCW MCS more of a premium purchase – thereby limiting how many we’ll see on the road.

    Now, would you rather pay an extra $700 for a set of 17″ wheels and tires with the JCW package? That would bring the total up to $7,000. While for a few that might make sense, I would bet big money that the vast majority of JCW MCS owners also order the Sport Package, and well, you can probably see where I’m going here. If I’m ordering the Sport Pack, I sure as hell don’t want to pay for an extra set of wheels I’m not going to see or use.

    Those of us wanting a $26,000 JCW MCS may not like it, but it’s a solution that seems makes sense from a long term brand perspective and in terms of the current ordering process.

  • http://www.detailingconcepts.com Matt

    there’s a simpler solution, toss in 17’s included in the cost of the JCW kit.

  • http://www.detailingconcepts.com Matt

    gabe the M3 example is apples and oranges. one cannot ala carte their 330Ci to M3 spec, it’s a completely re-engineered vehicle from the motorsport division of BMW while the JCW MCS is NOT.

  • http://motoringfile.com Gabe

    You’re missing the point of my point.

  • http://www.detailingconcepts.com Matt

    no, i don’t think i am. i just don’t think your point has merit.

    if MINI wants exclusivity for JCW include everything in the sport pack and call it 7700 at the start and don’t pretend it’s 6300 because that number looks prettier in marketing material. if they’re after an asthetic and not exclusivity then toss in a set of 17’s at cost and call it a day. as for having to order 2 sets of 17’s if both Sport and JCW are ordered in the preceeding example, alter the Sport or JCW price when both are ordered. they do that already when one wants the web-spokes vs. S-lites now, what prevents them from doing the same with the example as i’ve constructed it?

  • Z4 MINI

    I get Gabes point.

    If JCW kit came with 17in wheels and… Sport Pack came with 17in wheels then…

    The two would not be compatible because you’d be paying twice for 17in wheels and you will never see one set of them.

    That’s bad, and will aggravate people, so that is a no go.

    However, seeing as most people who order the JCW kit are probably going to get the Sport Pack anyway, why not just make just make JCW depend on the sport pack?

    It makes sense.

  • Trick

    Interesting conversation. Has MINIUSA announced that they aren’t going to allow dealer installed JCW options anymore? Seems like that would resolve all the issues people are having (16″ wheels, don’t want the brakes, etc, and so on).

    And folks who are so “value” oriented would more than likely go aftermarket anyhow. Since you can get similar numbers for substantially less bank outside of MINI and JCW.

    But that gets us to Gabe’s point: The JCW isn’t all about performance, there’s some pedigree in there too. Now that MINI owns JCW, they want to maintain a certain presence with the factory built JCW cars. They have to, if for no other reason than to protect the investment in the brand.

    The sport package accomplishes that and works with the existing system.

    While some enthusiast would surely enjoy a stripper JCW, the majority (vast majority at that) don’t purchase for the same reasons.

    I think the prices are in line. This is a lot of work for one model year on the part of MINI. All this effort will be scrapped once the ’07 production starts.

  • http://www.detailingconcepts.com Matt

    if the JCW kit is dependant on the sport pack, don’t pretend they’re separate. come out and combine them and charge 7700.

    the JCW and Sport don’t have to conflict, options in the configurator are already altered by the selection of other options, web-spoke vs s-lites.

  • Z4MINI
    1. Wish I knew how to do quotes.
    2. I don’t think anyone is “Pretending” about the price of the JCW kit. They are telling us straight out it will require the Sport Pack/Checkmate.
    3. It really seems to be much ado about nothing. If I were to opt for JCW, I’d certainly get the 17″s and DSC…both of which are discounted in the Sport Pack anyway. Plus Xenon and some other stuff.
  • Trick

    Threads like these remind me how spoiled MINI enthusiasts are.

    Most car manufactures have situations like Option B reguires Package X.

    Most often something awful like, I want a CD player instead of a cassette so I need get the luxury package which includes sunroof, fake wood trim, electric seats and a HUD display. My CD player now costs me $3600.

    We can agree to disagree, but I see cases for how and why MINI has decided to go this route-one year of production, less work on their ordering system, etc).

    And even with that, I think MINI is still offering more factory options ala cart than most car maunfacturers and wouldn’t be a bit surprised to see some of that going away with the 07s.

  • http://www.detailingconcepts.com Matt

    whether the customer ‘would have ordered it anyway’ is irrelevant to the discussion. the choice, if they’ve eliminated the dealer installed option, is gone.

    if A requires B then A is not separate or distinct from B.

  • Trick

    Matt sayz: “if A requires B then A is not separate or distinct from B.”

    True. It’s simply dependent. And it happens all the time.

    And it’s clearly explained.

    And it’s really not much of an issue.

  • MINIAC

    MINI Germany got the JCW Package right … 210hp Tuning Kit, Brake Kit and 16″ Bridge-spoke wheels … 4,800 Euros (about $6,000).

  • http://www.detailingconcepts.com Matt

    it is clearly explained

    “MINI Germany got the JCW Package right … 210hp Tuning Kit, Brake Kit and 16″ Bridge-spoke wheels … 4,800 Euros (about $6,000).” – MINIAC

    “For the UK it will simply require 17″ wheels ordered with the car from the factory.” – Gabe

    it’s fleecing the US customer, plain and simple.

  • Jeff

    I’m definitely dissapointed by the bundling. Didn’t want the sport package with the heavy 17’s, nor did I want the dynamic stability control or the big brake kit. A couple thousand $$$$’s worth of stuff I would have opt’d not to get. A $20K 200hp 2006 Civic Si is starting to sound a lot better…

  • Z4MINI

    “the choice, if they’ve eliminated the dealer installed option, is gone”

    1. Can someone explain how to do block quotes?

    2. I don’t think the dealer installed option is going away. There is nothing that Gabe has posted which says so.

  • RB

    I’m kinda starting to like the JCW wing. One thing it would be a lot easier to wash that area. I wonder if it’s retro-fitable?

    And Matt……the sparrow flies low and only he that is he knows how full Lake Gitchygoomie is!………………HUH!

  • Edge

    You guys are forgetting something… sure, the JCW pack is dependent on the sport pack… but the reverse is NOT true. You can still get the sport pack without the JCW pack.

    So combining them together would be just plain stupid.

  • http://www.detailingconcepts.com Matt

    the fact remains, if i were in the UK i wouldn’t have to spec the sport pack to get JCW.

  • http://www.alldigitalnyc.com drew

    matt – respectfully – take it easy dude! if you feel you’re being fleeced then don’t buy it!!

    peace out – drew

  • MINIAC

    Asked by Z4MINI …

    Can someone explain how to do block quotes?

    Just bracket the text with HTML BLOCKQUOTE tags.

    Gabe …

    Can you add this to “The Fine Print”?

  • http://www.detailingconcepts.com Matt

    drew, i think it’s clear by the tenor of my posts that i have no intention of buying it. however, that shouldn’t prevent me from voicing my opinion, especially being a BMW AG shareholder i’m entitled to discuss decisions with which i’m displeased.

  • nrkist
    While some enthusiast would surely enjoy a stripper JCW, the majority (vast majority at that) don’t purchase for the same reasons.

    I surely enjoy my stripper JCW.

  • Tim

    Hi Gabe,

    So will the JCW suspension remain a dealer installed item or will it too be available from the factory? Pricing? Would love to see them bundle a couple of wheel choices (say bridge spoke 16s and/or the current sport pack 17s)with the JCW suspension to solve the JCW brake clearance issue rather than saddling me with Xenon lights (real sporty!) and DSC…

    Just a thought…

    Tim

  • Ian F

    Gabe,

    I understand your point, but as other’s stated, the M3 is not an option package for the 3 series – they are sold as completely seperate cars. If MINI really wants to make the JCW package stand out against a standard MCS, then they should package it with 18″ wheels (and increase costs accordingly) as 17″ wheels are rather common on the MCS. Or better yet, don’t sell the JCW as an option at all. Sell it as a seperate car like the M3.

    Additionally, the base price of the E46 M3 is exactly $10K more than the E46 330Ci. For that money, you get a completely re-engineered engine with about a 100HP increase, re-engineered suspension, as well as larger wheels and other trim items. Practically a bargain compared to the MCS vs JCW package, IMO.

    Part of what makes the MINI so neat is how buyers can pick and choose the options they want to create an almost unique car. Once that starts to go away… I don’t know…

  • http://www.alldigitalnyc.com drew

    no worries matt – your opinion is coming through loud and clear!

    just don’t like seeing people get so upset over little things like cars ; )

    more power to you my friend – drew

  • http://bravo5.org/blog blalor

    Can someone explain how to do block quotes?

    You can use <blockquote>, or use the markdown syntax, which is just “> “, just like an email reply.

  • matt

    I understand what mini/bmw is doing… I don’t like their packages for jcw, but they will sell fine, as their is demand… I was bummed at first that I didn’t get the factory installed JCW but dealer installed, but after hearing all your comments… I’m glad I was able to get a jcw, with jcw suspension, 16 inch r84, xenons, rear fog light and lsd for under $30k…..

  • http://www.CarNutGarage.com CarNut

    It’s interesting that the two wheel pictures are exactly the same picture (background, spoke orientation, reflections, etc) which tells me the anthracite pic is probably photoshopped. (The center cap is slightly different orientation, but that was probably edited anyway since it clearly isn’t the normal MINI logo.)

    I suspect the actual wheels will be a bit lighter, like the other anthracite wheels offered by MINI.

  • Pepper Holstein

    I know I’m in the minority but I find all the JCW stuff ugly and not very well integrated to the visual appeal of the MINI. Even the JCW logo is ugly. You may go faster but that is because you don’t want anyone to see all the goofy stuff you’ve stuck on.

    A stock MINI Cooper S is perfect IMHO!

    Go Peppa.

  • https://secure.mawebcenters.com/wc/sd_websites/spirit2/ O(=^=)O Capn

    dinan

  • https://secure.mawebcenters.com/wc/sd_websites/spirit2/ O(=^=)O Capn

    Did someone say Dinan? Dinan?
    ,

    Cool Jackets! Any one want to play Risk?

  • https://secure.mawebcenters.com/wc/sd_websites/spirit2/ O(=^=)O Capn

    Hey nut,

    The lug nut pattern is off from each other they probably took the picture, jacked it up, then swapped the wheels then took the other picture.

  • MINIAC

    I guess they don’t include JCW door sills in the JCW Package because there’d be a conflict if you ordered the Checkmate Package 😉

  • Greg W

    Car Marketing Depts create the dreams and leave it to Parts and Service to try and make it happen. Surely Michael Cooper and the JCW team have discussed the options at length and in testing. Then there’s MINI USA – one or two people’s opinions can dictate the whole market place – this doesn’t mean they are correct. Who decided that USA cannot have MINI One models? Did anyone ever ask the buying public what they wanted?

  • KevinR

    Since we’re voicing opinions, mine is this: US buyers should be able to order an MCS with no options except the JCW package. That package should include the tuning kit, the brakes, and the suspension kit. And it should be available for around $27,500.

    Won’t happen, but that’s my opinion.

  • nrkist

    I’m totally with you, Kevin. I’d be even happier if I could also drop a couple of hundred pounds by losing the AC, Power windows and locks, sound deadening material, maybe swap out some steel for aluminum here and there, and get some truly “lite” wheels. Then you’d have something worthy of being called a “Works” car.

  • Edge

    Not really… the “works” means EVERYTHING. A stripped car is “as little as possible”. I agree with the concept, but I think it should be called something other than the “Works”.

  • http://motoringfile.com Gabe

    Actually “works” traditionally means something along the lines of factory works program. For instance if BMW fielded a team of factory cars at LeMans next year you could refer to them as “Works” cars. This is in contrast to privateers where independent teams buy the cars from the manufacturer and go racing. It’s a bit of UK vernacular that we seem to have not picked up over the years in the US.

  • the poignant pig

    This post has achieved the hillarious level. There are all the necessary characters for a hit family melodrama! There’s the angry-teenager character who sadly isn’t one that is ironically on LSD and is ranting and raving uncontrollably while obviously experiencing hallucinations, the schizo playing Risk by himself who needs to be in a straight jacket, and the only rational person that tragically no one understands. Congratulations everyone! I’m calling ABC right now. You’ll be right after “Days of Our Lives”, k?

  • http://www.gbmini.net/ Ian

    Where’s JimOhio – another character to introduce to your “soap”, continuously saying “I remember when …” and such 😉

  • http://motoringfile.com Gabe

    Update: To clarify what we mentioned early – the 16″ X-lite wheels will clear the JCW brakes but due to the tight fit there may be coolng issues with them. Therefore they are not recommended with the brake kit. The only 16″ wheel designed to work with the JCW Brake kit are the new 16″ Bridge Spokes.

  • MINIAC
    The only 16″ wheel designed to work with the JCW Brake kit are the new 16″ Bridge Spokes.

    Which you can’t get with the factory JCW Package :rolleyes:

  • https://secure.mawebcenters.com/wc/sd_websites/spirit2/ O(=^=)O Capn

    I kept my truly crazy comments between RB and myself by email. If you want to see them I will forward them to you.

    something about minis, dress codes and startrek.

    BTW I’m honest enough to post my zanies under my name w/ an email.

  • https://secure.mawebcenters.com/wc/sd_websites/spirit2/ O(=^=)O Capn

    So, does anyone want to play Risk?

    So, does anyone want to play Risk?

    (to self) am i alone in here? (echo) alone in here?

    who was that?…..

  • Ian F

    Hmm… it’s been awhile… not sure I remember how… }:-/

  • chows4rus

    So the wing is really carbon fiber but the parts that get glued to the body are, for example, white?

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