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      06-13-2013, 09:37 AM   #1
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Schmidt Revolution Introduces Its BMW 335i F30 Tuning Program

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Schmidt Revolution Introduces Its BMW 335i F30 Tuning Program
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Schmidt Revolution releases its tuning program for the F30 335i:

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PERFORMANCE˛ by SCHMIDT REVOLUTION

The fact that the performance of an engine depends decisively on the mass to be moved is an irreversible evidence of physics. That’s why one should consistently pay attention to weight saving. Here you are well served with the products of the company Schmidt Revolution and LIGHTWEIGHT.

So some rims of the company Volker Schmidt GmbH in Bad Segeberg have triggered revolutions, which is why for the most customers rims manufacturer is better known by SCHMIDT Revolution. RADINOX®-technology among others may be mentioned in this connection. This special stainless steel alloy (applied for rim halves) is absolutely corrosion free and shows in conjunction with the patented rolling in technique of the outer edge a high impact and compressive strength, for example, in case of kerbing damage. For the past more than two decades Schleswig-Holstein professionals have let from so many rim dreams become a real dream rim. In the present case with BMW 335i F30 three-piece 20-inch units from SCHMIDT Revolution called FS Line including RADINOX®- outer rims from stainless steel in 8,5x20 inches with Continental 5P in 235/35-20 on the front axle or in 10x20 inches with 265/30-20 on the rear axle attract particular attention. The perfectly fitting wheel set, which is as for this car made, costs 6.499,00 Euro.

LIGHTWEIGHT also offers for BMW 335i F30 improvement in performance in two levels: while the level I with 336 hp (= 247 kW) and 460 Nm torque at 5.700 rpm costs only 799,00 Euro, the level II will cost you with 365 hp (= 268 kW) and 480 Nm torque at 5.600 rpm already 1.399,00 Euro. The muffer made from titanium from Leightweight for the price of 399,00 Euro with two 80-mm-tail pipes for the adaptation to the series system set additional visual accents. And to optimize the driving dynamics it was mounted Bilstein-B12-chassis with stabilizers from Eibach and LEIGHTWEIGHT-coordination for 1.999,00 Euro. Deprogramming of EDC-chassis inclusive IC-module requires further 1.500,00 Euro.


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      06-13-2013, 09:57 AM   #2
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I'm sure they are good wheels but they look cheap.
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      06-13-2013, 10:08 AM   #3
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I'm sure they are good wheels but they look cheap.
At least these wheels looks much better than those csl and lm reps...
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      06-13-2013, 10:27 AM   #4
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365 Hp??? I Want!
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      06-13-2013, 10:47 AM   #5
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The wheels looks good but it's not my taste.
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      06-13-2013, 12:20 PM   #6
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Too much money for a set of wheels. I know they are amazing and such but this company needs a dose of reality ! How many enthusiast will dump that much money on wheels alone ? ! Not worth it. Wheel whores will always change wheels like changing ubderwears lol.
365hp is not bad~ meh
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365hp is impressive, other stuff looks meh.
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      06-13-2013, 04:09 PM   #8
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Vid pls!!!
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19"s look big enough on e90 but f30 needs 20s to look big
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I'm sure they are good wheels but they look cheap.
At least these wheels looks much better than those csl and lm reps...
No they dont (there are a LOT of good wheels for $2k mark)

These wheels are $9k+shipping.. More than ANY other race or 3 piece. More than any hre or bbs by like 20%
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19"s look big enough on e90 but f30 needs 20s to look big
The arches on the f30 are huge compared to the e90 and especially compared to the rear arches of my e82
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I'm sure they are good wheels but they look cheap.
At least these wheels looks much better than those csl and lm reps...
No they dont (there are a LOT of good wheels for $2k mark)

These wheels are $9k+shipping.. More than ANY other race or 3 piece. More than any hre or bbs by like 20%
For 9k you could buy 4 sets of OEM ///M wheels and have them shipped to your door.
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      07-03-2013, 04:38 AM   #13
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Is there a difference between torque for auto and manual transmission? (like the difference of torque of ppk)
It seems the Schmidt is dangerous for manual 335?
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