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Thread: M Coupe + 18x11 BBS RS + Turbofans

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    Jeez. Well that's awesome.

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    I think that's amazing!

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    Meh, I know what you were going for but it doesn't work. Your wheels look much better in your sig without the fans.
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    This looks interesting...do they cool the brakes like turbine covers on the e34 m5?

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    To each his own.

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    You definitely get cool points, but I don't think that I would have done them all the same color. I would like to see these done up the way they were on the race cars in black, gold or silver.

    Still.....props for getting them together.

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    I love turbo fans so much. Your car looks amazing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dat Aus View Post
    Ew.
    +1. Looks much better without those covers...


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    Now it reallllly looks like a roller skate.

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    O m g!

    You keep bringing the coolest wheels!!!!

    What are these fans?

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    Hm.

    Not sure if want, looks like it is the first car I've seen so far to reallypull them off, but still... not sure if want.


    /edit:

    On the other hand, the longer I look at the pictures, the more I like it... the Turbofans grow on you. Still, only car so far to pull them off... might be just because of the sizes!
    Last edited by DrAK; 08-12-2012 at 03:05 PM.

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    I actually really like that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drmcdave View Post
    Never seen those before. How do they attach to the RS?
    Quote Originally Posted by Compactive View Post
    1+ help us out
    You take off the center cap off the original RS wheel, put the turbo fans on and than twist the cap back on, securing it to the wheel.

    And somebody else that asked the question as to what they are for: They grab the air and push them inside the wheel to cool the breaks down.

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    ^I think the function is opposite of that; sucking the air out


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    So great! love those wheels on that car

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    Those look so good.
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    Very well done and very clean; bold and different.

    That said, not my taste, but I can appreciate that you've done something different and done it well.
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