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      07-02-2018, 04:56 PM   #1
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VRSF E Chassis 335d M57 DPF Delete Announcement!


http://www.vr-speed.com/vrsf-335d-st...-bmw-335d.html

We are proud to introduce our VRSF 3" DPF delete for the M57 E90 & E92 335d. This 3" downpipe is THE best bang for the buck mod available. By eliminating the restrictive DPF in the factory downpipe, backpressure is reduced significantly which results in faster spool, an increase in power & a more aggressive exhaust note.

Our 3" downpipes are hand crafted from SS304 stainless steel and include a lifetime warranty & our "No Hassle" satisfaction guarantee.
  • VRSF 3" 335d DPF Delete Catless Downpipe:
  • Made from mandrel bent, tig welded 3" Stainless Steel.
  • Smooth radius bends to decrease turbulence and increase flow.
  • CNC SS304 Stainless Steel Flanges.
  • Gains from 25-30hp with tune.
  • VRSF Lifetime Warranty.

NOTE: This item will only fit US market vehicles

Application: 2008-2012 BMW 335D
Model Number: E-335D-DP

Last edited by Tiago@VRSF; 07-03-2018 at 09:33 PM.
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      07-02-2018, 07:41 PM   #2
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$269.99! A great price
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      07-02-2018, 07:47 PM   #3
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$269.99! A great price
Thanks for the support!
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      07-03-2018, 07:28 AM   #4
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Got a link for purchase?

Edit: clicked the picture...I'm an idiot lol
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Any plans for the rest of the exhaust system?
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      07-03-2018, 09:34 PM   #6
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Got a link for purchase?

Edit: clicked the picture...I'm an idiot lol
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Any plans for the rest of the exhaust system?
Yes sir, we plan on doing a bit more development on both the X5d as well as the 335d.
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      07-05-2018, 06:13 PM   #7
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Yes sir, we plan on doing a bit more development on both the X5d as well as the 335d.
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anyone tried this downpipe yet?
how's fitment?
Does it bolt up in stock location?
Does it bolt up to other guy's scr delete pipes ?

The pricing here is making me consider doing the delete.
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      08-31-2018, 12:34 PM   #9
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anyone tried this downpipe yet? yes I have had two in my hands and installed one
how's fitment? just fine
Does it bolt up in stock location? yes
Does it bolt up to other guy's scr delete pipes ? if they bolt up to factory then yes


you will need to trim the EGT bung about an 1/8 of an inch.. I did so with a flap wheel
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Shoot over a picture of where you trimmed it and I'll have them fixed.
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Shoot over a picture of where you trimmed it and I'll have them fixed.
just sent yall an email

will do! I have a brand new one ill get some measurements for ya
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for those wondering what I am talking about here is it. the nut for the EGT probe is bottoming out causing a leak. if yours is too long you simply can file it down super easy and you don't need to remove a lot of metal..

from what I can tell the probe to the outside seal edge is .75 and the bung is about .76 to .8 I used a flap wheel and removed until I was happy.

if this was in the .6 +/- .025 there should be no issues. ill have to see how much I flap off and see where it ends up.
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I just posted about my install. Everything went in smoothly. It definitely sounds better. Less congested.
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Any plans to offer a catted version? I'd love to pull the trigger, but unfortunately it looks like I'll need a cat to pass inspection where I am.

I probably could have one welded in, but I prefer plug and play, less to go wrong
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We do have a catted version in mind for the future after we release our FMIC & catback.
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It seems like a lot of guys are after catted downpipes now. The smell might be annoying, so I think I want catted also.
If you have the rest of the exhaust at a good price then I would be interested in that too.
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It seems like a lot of guys are after catted downpipes now. The smell might be annoying, so I think I want catted also.
If you have the rest of the exhaust at a good price then I would be interested in that too.
I'm only after a cat since inspection requires one. I'm all about simplicity, and a cat is something that can clog and lead to issues, I'd go catless if I could. Smell seems to be personal preference, some don't mind it and some find it intolerable. My recommendation is find a straight piped car and see if you're ok with the smell, no need for a cat if you don't have to have one. Just my two cents
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We're going to offer a cat but unfortunately due to it being a high flow race cat we can't guarantee it will pass emissions.
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When is the catback being released? 1 month, 3 months, 6 months?
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We have about a couple dozen products on the production roll for almost every BMW imaginable.

I can't say exactly when but I can say it's in the works, it'll be affordable and it will offer equal or better quality than the available current available options.
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I did smell a D, it had original exhaust with guts cut out.
It was not a nice smell. Infact it was worse than back in the MK3 and MK4 TDI days.

So I'm sort of reluctant on doing the alphabet delete, unless I can get a catted downpipe.
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I've had both on catted and downpipes... get the catted downpipe dot-dot-dot I bought mine from ATM
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