RDSport gives the BMW 335i 414-hp M3 performance

RDSport is offering a new performance upgrade if you’re not satisfied with the 300-hp from your BMW 335i or feel that your original purchase should’ve been the M3. So let’s get right to it.

Dubbed the RD35 Biturbo, engine performance of the car has been modified with the used of a free-flowing intake, a larger intercooler, ECU modifications and stainless sports silencers. All of these help increase out from 300-hp to 414-hp and a peak torque of 404 lb-ft. That’s BMW M3 performance for you right there.

RDSport has added a chassis kit consisting of custom-valved Bilstein struts, stiffer springs and anti-roll bars. Height of the RD35 Biturbo has been lowered by 25mm in the front and 20mm in the back. The tuner is also offering 20-inch RD2 Monoblock wheels or 20-inch RS2 multi-piece wheels wrapped in P Zero Pirelli tires.

RDSport RD35 Biturbo (BMW 335i):


Press Release

For those wishing to increase the performance of an already stellar platform, RDSport offers the RS35 Biturbo.

The first impression you get of the car is its lower, more aggressive stance courtesy of a Chassis Kit consisting of new custom-valved Bilstein struts, stiffer springs and anti-roll bars. The vehicle now sits 25 mm lower in the front and 20mm lower in the rear with a decidedly more stable ride. Filling the fenders are lightweight, 20″ RD2 Monoblock wheels or the optional 20″ RS2 multi-piece wheels, shown. Tires are P Zero Nero’s supplied by Pirelli, our development partner.

Engine performance includes electronic modifications to increase boost and optimize fuel and timing. A free-flowing intake and a larger, more-efficient intercooler help supply enough air. Exhaust gasses run through a larger exhaust that terminates in stainless sport silencers with quad tips. These modifications result in an increase in horsepower and torque to 414 bhp and 404 lb/ft – more than the V8 powered M3!

The under hood area is finished with a blue engine cover with RDSport crest. These numbers are merely the result of a long development period including TUV homologation. Any tuner can offer a black box upgrade for the vehicle, but how many can say that their modification has been tested and can include the upgraded speedometer and wheels and tires that the homologation requires.

Bodywork is an evolution of RDSport’s signature Tornado aerodynamics. The revised carbon front bumper offers larger openings for better engine and brake cooling with an exposed carbon housing for fog lights. Deeper side skirts and revised rear apron with quad exhaust cut outs add to the aggressive look while a roof and trunk spoiler smooth out the airflow over the car.

Interior upgrades include the RS Pedal Set in machined aluminum, aluminum hand brake cover, logo carpet set, the aforementioned upgraded speedometer with logo and RDSport crests in the steering wheel and shift knob.

Each complete vehicle built by RDSport includes a vehicle ID badge and VIN specific build sheet.

– By: The Daily Auto Editor

Source: RDSport (via WCF)