NEW PRODUCT RELEASE: Dinan BMW G8x M2/M3/M4 Carbon Fiber Strut Braces


NEW PRODUCT RELEASE: Dinan BMW G8x M2/M3/M4 Carbon Fiber Strut Braces


OPELIKA, AL. (November 17th, 2023) - Dinan is pleased to be able to announce a few new offerings being added into the G8x M2/M3/M4 product lineup; the Dinan Carbon Fiber Strut Brace that marries perfectly to the previously release intakes. Experience the Dinan difference today and never look back!

Part Number(s):

  • D180-0015 (Gloss CF)
  • D180-0015-B (Matte CF)


  • 2023-2024 G87 M2
  • 2021-2024 G80 M3 (& xDrive)
  • 2021-2024 G82/G83 M4 (& xDrive)

The Quick and Dirty (Features and Benefits):

  • Improved chassis rigidity
  • Decreased flex during cornering
  • Lightweight: 5.6 lbs lighter than stock (Dinan CF: 2.8 lbs vs OEM Steel: 8.4 lbs)
  • 2x2 twill carbon fiber with inset aluminum mounting points for increased strength and improved visual appeal
  • Multiple finish options: Available in Gloss or Matte Twill Carbon
  • Designed to mesh seamlessly with the Dinan cold air intake creating an aesthetically unified engine bay
  • Bolt-on installation using factory mounting hardware

The Story:

The Dinan G8x Strut Tower Brace provide additional rigidity and sharper handling to the chassis by reducing flex under hard cornering conditions. With more control, spirited driving becomes easier and infinitely more enjoyable. The lightweight brace is designed with maximum function in mind and includes linking structural elements that completely change the OEM 2-piece strut bar set into one blended system that offers additional strengthening against flex. Not one to take a back seat to functionality, aesthetics are also elevated beyond simple steel bars into striking carbon fiber (matte or gloss) with accents that tie in effortlessly into the highly geometric and angular factory engine bay for an OEM+ feel.

The imposing carbon fiber brace can be installed in a matter of minutes and used in conjunction with either the stock or Dinan intake systems. While the brace was designed to specifically tie into the latter for a harmoniously balanced and unified appearance the brace can also stand on its own and elicit nearly as equally an impressive visual.


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