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      07-22-2008, 03:12 PM   #1
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Arrow Vorsteiner E92 335 Coupe Press Sample Images

Vorsteiner V-35 Coupe Features []
  • Dry Carbon Fiber Vented Hood -Limited Production Unit
  • Dry Carbon Fiber Front Add-On Spoiler
  • Dry Carbon Fiber Rear Valence with Integrated Aero Fins
  • Dry Carbon Fiber Boot Lid with Integrated Spoiler















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      07-22-2008, 03:36 PM   #2
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looks like i have seen this before
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      07-22-2008, 03:38 PM   #3
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car looks eerily familiar...
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      07-22-2008, 03:41 PM   #4
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car looks eerily familiar...
I think its longtran's car!!
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Nic work guys....
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      07-22-2008, 03:42 PM   #6
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I would go ahead and spell "adrenaline" correctly
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      07-22-2008, 03:46 PM   #7
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looks aweome
Not trying to be an asshole but you guys make 90% of your parts for looks only and not performance so it really does not make a lot of sense IMO.
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looks aweome
Not trying to be an asshole but you guys make 90% of your parts for looks only and not performance so it really does not make a lot of sense IMO.



lol if you want performance parts you should be looking for vishnu, terry or any of the other guys. vorsteiner is where you go when you wanna make the car look pretty.
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      07-22-2008, 04:02 PM   #9
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very nice. pictures came out awesome.
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      07-22-2008, 04:06 PM   #10
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Looks great - new photos on our website.
We are so proud to have been involved in the design and development of this hood
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looks aweome
Not trying to be an asshole but you guys make 90% of your parts for looks only and not performance so it really does not make a lot of sense IMO.
Sorry? This hood was designed specifically for the 335 to vent heat where it builds up most - from the turbos and the radiator?

Also, Vorsteiner is one of maybe 4 companies in this industry offering Dry Vacuum Formed Carbon Fiber, a racing-grade technology used to achieve both light-weight and high tensile strength. The weight reductions made possible by Vorsteiner parts increase your car's power-to-weight ratio while improving ventilation (or downforce in the case of a bootlid) and improving aesthetics.

So you, sir, should do your research a bit
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Sorry? This hood was designed specifically for the 335 to vent heat where it builds up most - from the turbos and the radiator?

Also, Vorsteiner is one of maybe 4 companies in this industry offering Dry Vacuum Formed Carbon Fiber, a racing-grade technology used to achieve both light-weight and high tensile strength. The weight reductions made possible by Vorsteiner parts increase your car's power-to-weight ratio while improving ventilation (or downforce in the case of a bootlid) and improving aesthetics.

So you, sir, should do your research a bit
yup, love the vents, really allows heat to escape the engine bay. love it
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wow very nice....hmm....I might snag that rear CF diffuser once I get some quads...

OT: longtran - did you steal those soundtracks from gran turismo for your website? lol...j/k
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i cook hot dogs on those vents ... yum yum
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      07-22-2008, 04:42 PM   #15
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Looks good
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Great work guys, I love the completed look!
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i don't feel the painting on trunk although i give credit for being creative... leaving cf on license plate area alone would be much nicer imo...
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I can't speak to the E92 335i hood specifically, but I've had friends install vented hoods on their race cars that have seen drops in coolant temp of as much as 10-15 degrees C, even at idle.

In any case, the Vorsteiner products look fantastic!
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Here is another interesting photo showing the usefulness of the center vent. This is a fellow member's vehicle after being driven with snow on the hood. There is a clear build up of heat around that center vent portion.

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Wow, amazing ride!
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i like the trunk, cool stuff
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      07-22-2008, 07:33 PM   #22
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yum definitely picking the hood up soon =cDDDDD
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