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Old 08-06-2008, 12:10 AM
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Arrow AC Schnitzer X5 Falcon

German BMW tuning specialist, AC Schnitzer, from Aachen has a new widebody kit for the BMW X5. Called the Falcon, it gets its name from the front and rear wheel arch flairs which are lovingly referred to as broad “wings”.

The kit includes front spoiler, rear skirt and front/rear fender flairs. AC Schnitzer further emphasizes the 'bird of pray' theme with two triangular metal-rimmed air intakes in the bonnet. Add AC Schnitzer's lowering spring kit, sport exhaust system plus 22-inch wheels for the completed look.

For the 3.0 litre diesel engine, ACS offers an electronically upgraded which bumps power from the standard 286hp (210 kW) to 310hp (228kW).











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Old 08-06-2008, 12:15 AM
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very nice information! but I still think that the standard bodykit from ACS looks nicer. Those wheels look small lol

If you want to go widebody, then grab Hamann or Lumma, they are better looking.

Thanks for the information!
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It looks fast sitting still
Now we just need a motor to make it fast. or at least, need after market to spec out the 4.8 and see if there is any uncanned ponies in her....
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I like it.... I wonder $$$?
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Old 08-06-2008, 03:43 PM
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I like the floormats and the CF interior. There it ends
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fugly. sorry...
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I think it looks great with these wheels(minus the decals)... although it's more show than go<see my post above>


But....I do not like these retarded "vents" in the hood...
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dang you e70 guys have so many kits to choose from =[
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Awful.

The interior trim is prob not a bad option where you cant specify the brushed aluminium trim.
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the standard narrow body is hotter. I think the uniqueness of the X5 is its curvy square line. Widebody looks better on the Cayenne
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