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      08-06-2008, 11:09 PM   #45
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What a sexy Pic! Drop is damn near PERFECT!!!!
Great Job Vorsteiner on the Parts! Cant wait to get my Car!


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      08-12-2008, 04:51 PM   #46
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      08-12-2008, 05:55 PM   #47
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how do you get sponsors ??? do you like tune your car first with your own money and then they do photoshoots on your car and they give you parts or money ??? if someone has enough time could they please explain how does this whole sponsoring thing work ??? because i really want to modify my car once i get it as much as possible with the $$ that i will have and i just wanted to know what you have to do for the sponsors to sponsor you ?? and last question, how does the sponsorship work, like does the sponsor give you parts (like vorsteiner )) , money or both ???

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      08-13-2008, 01:20 PM   #48
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Man I cant stop looking at these Pics. Made the Last Pic my Screen Saver!
Great Job again to Vorsteiner and Peter! Cant wait to get my E92 M3
and fix it up Just like how I had my E46 M3 with all the V-CSL M3 Parts and Sponsorship! Cant wait!!!!

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      08-13-2008, 02:03 PM   #49
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I like the wheels without the red in it. Just plain
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I like the wheels without the red in it. Just plain
The great thing about these is that they are 3 tone customizable so we can do just about any color combo.
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how do you get sponsors ??? do you like tune your car first with your own money and then they do photoshoots on your car and they give you parts or money ??? if someone has enough time could they please explain how does this whole sponsoring thing work ??? because i really want to modify my car once i get it as much as possible with the $$ that i will have and i just wanted to know what you have to do for the sponsors to sponsor you ?? and last question, how does the sponsorship work, like does the sponsor give you parts (like vorsteiner )) , money or both ???

thank you and sorry if i annoyed anyone

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Sponsorships are typically arranged through manufacturers or vendors that are looking to maximize exposure through shows and events. It's usually not a free ride with comp'd parts but part of a deal where you receive a significant discount on a large number of parts in exchange for taking the car to shows and promoting the brand/company. It usually involves running a heavy amount of modifications and making the car fairly wild to attract attention. You will also most likely be required to run company stickers and promotional information on the car at all times.

The best sponsorship cars are the ones that get into magazines and win shows as those obviously get the most amount of attention. If you are interested in sponsorships, you can try contacting companies to see if they have programs setup. We sponsor several cars including a few E9X folks for our events and I am sure you can find an opportunity somewhere.

Just be aware that it's not a free ride, you will have to pay at least cost on parts and spend a lot of time promoting the car/company/parts through shows, events, forums, magazines etc...
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Looks very low at the rear. How much lower than stock have you set the KW3's ? Does this work okay with clearances ?
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      08-13-2008, 03:07 PM   #53
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Looks very low at the rear. How much lower than stock have you set the KW3's ? Does this work okay with clearances ?
Rear is set to the maximum lowering height, I didn't measure the drop. Front has about 15 mm left to lower. No problems at all with clearances.

With regard to the color on the rims as Nick has pointed out it's customizable. Mine are actually black, silver and red and the paint is ceramic. The amount of detailed paint work involved is incredible and you can choose to have it done how you like. I see the images of my car with the more monotone look and I'm happy with my choice of red. They are custom wheels, so do what you like.
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Sponsorships are typically arranged through manufacturers or vendors that are looking to maximize exposure through shows and events. It's usually not a free ride with comp'd parts but part of a deal where you receive a significant discount on a large number of parts in exchange for taking the car to shows and promoting the brand/company. It usually involves running a heavy amount of modifications and making the car fairly wild to attract attention. You will also most likely be required to run company stickers and promotional information on the car at all times.

The best sponsorship cars are the ones that get into magazines and win shows as those obviously get the most amount of attention. If you are interested in sponsorships, you can try contacting companies to see if they have programs setup. We sponsor several cars including a few E9X folks for our events and I am sure you can find an opportunity somewhere.

Just be aware that it's not a free ride, you will have to pay at least cost on parts and spend a lot of time promoting the car/company/parts through shows, events, forums, magazines etc...



thank you, very well explained !! appreciate it
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      08-13-2008, 04:17 PM   #55
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Car is HOTTT
But, like I said before, what's with americans and rims?
A white car with touch of red at the rims? In my opinion thats a NO
LOL Breytons look much cooler ;-)
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Car is HOTTT
But, like I said before, what's with americans and rims?
A white car with touch of red at the rims? In my opinion thats a NO
LOL Breytons look much cooler ;-)
It's the Time Attack style that is VERY popular now a days...guess that style hasn't become big in Europe...yet...
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It's the Time Attack style that is VERY popular now a days...guess that style hasn't become big in Europe...yet...
Maybe Europeans just have better taste.
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Maybe Europeans just have better taste.
Well I didnt say that, i just wondered what is up with the rims thing
BTW , the wheels with no red looks amazing
And in Europe, not many people with classy cars like the m3 get rims. It is mostly lower society with VW's and stuff.
But I like mine now on m Z4 ; custom painted :d
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Sexy drop on the PS pics!
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Here in america we loveeeee rimssss...shittttt rims on cars trucks minivans....yes even minivans ....i think its becasue we have rappers over here and they hold full credit for getting the us population hooked on rims ...

Reference : Chris Rock "rims" on a youtube search ....this should cover all the basics





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But, like I said before, what's with americans and rims?
A white car with touch of red at the rims? In my opinion thats a NO
LOL Breytons look much cooler ;-)
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Rims helps to bring out the character of car and individual

Time attack style is hot!
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Can not go wrong with alpine white.
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20s. I have a set of 1 piece 19" Vorsteiner wheels coming for track. That's later this year
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