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  • fastgti69's Avatar
    Yesterday, 01:11 PM
    The time has finally come for us to release our kit. We have worked long and hard to achieve our goal, and definitely surpassed all of our expectations. Thank you all for your patience for this kit. For the group buy and special pricing, we need minimum 10 people there is no maximum. We will need a 50% non-refundable deposit to guarantee your spot. Fabrication time will be about 2-3 months maximum, I got 2 months from our fabricator but I will add one more just in case. Anything can happen from delay of materials to parts etc. Once fabrication is complete for manifolds/DPs anything that is made in house, we will ask for the rest of the 50% for other parts from manufacturers, such as turbo/wastegates etc. We will always update this thread with pictures and videos as well. Turbos are from Comp Turbo to fit all your hp needs. From 600hp-900hp rated turbos for this kit. Billet wheel, with Triple ceramic Ball bearings. CT4x-5562---600hp CT4x-6262---700hp CT4x-6465---800hp CT4x-6765---900hp Price Shipped to continental US is $6400. Anyone out of US, just PM for shipping pricing to your specific country. If you are local, we can do the kit for $7000 installed in house with all fluids/ etc. (Applicable Tax) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. PM or Email for any inquires about the kit or payment/policies. Product info: What separates us from the competition is that we use nothing but the best materials and processes to bring you the customer, the best possible product. All of our manifolds are constructed from 316 Sch40 stainless steel tubing. The manifold is back purged throughout the entire welding process to ensure each weld has full penetration. We used teardrop wastegate ports to ensure you have control over your turbo, whether you want to run 10psi or 35 psi. We use low angle merge collectors made in house to promote optimal flow and keep velocity up. The runner lengths are kept as close to equal length as possible. This all translates to more horsepower with a broader powerband, and faster spool that retains stock-like low end torque. Lifetime Warranty on manifold and downpipe to original buyer. This kit comes will all necessary hardware needed to run this on your car. From turbo to manifold, to coolant reservoir relocate bracket. All little bits and pieces are fitted to perfection for your BMW. We recommend having supporting mods for this type of power joined with Burger Tuning (JB4) for the tune as we will provide MAC solenoid with AN lines and fittings for guarantee leak/problem free tuning and logging. - T4 Twin Scroll Manifold - 3" Vband Two Piece Downpipe Split to bolt onto stock location. - Coolant/Power Steering Reservoir relocate bracket, wires, hoses. - Turbo to intercooler chargepipe, all silicone hoses and clamps. - 4" K&N Filter - Turbo Blanket - MAC Solenoid with AN fittings/lines to guarantee no boost leaks. - Billet CNC Coolant outlet, with new hose for water pump. - All oil feed/drains and plugs with shielded hoses. - Twin Tial MVS wastegates with all springs and external dump Tubing. - Comp CT4X Turbo of your choice, Billet wheel, triple ball bearing.
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  • VargasTurboTech's Avatar
    Yesterday, 03:27 PM
    Some girl who lives near my place in LA just posted this, calling the owner out as a megatool... haha. Can we find out who's car this is ...:D
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  • ChuckD05's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:46 AM
    I have a 2006 e90 that we are selling. I got new housings for my wife to upgrade the bulbs and ran HIDs in them and never was able to get rid of the error. A local coding guy was able to get rid of the bulb errors but always had a light system error, please pull car over, and the car on the lift display on the speedo gauge. I pulled the HIDs and reflashed the stock RO on the car to loose all the coding, etc at BMW and now with halogens back in my depo housings I get a bulb error for each side and well as the same lighting system error. Does anyone know anyone that can code in NY or remotely code ALL lighting errors out of my 2006 325xi. The car is sold, and i didnt even think of this, thought the bulbs would fix it no problem.... A co worker has a loan out for his 18 year old son to buy it and its blinging away with lighting errors. I may get stock housings bc I am thinking the fault is due to something within the new housings but if i can code the errors out that would be perfect. Any and all help is appreciated!
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  • BuraQ's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:39 PM
    Is it accurate for crank torque ?
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  • atomos319's Avatar
    Yesterday, 06:31 PM
    I have been getting a persistent 2c3d code (PreCat 02 sensor lines/wires, Bank 1) on my 335i running a custom Wedge tune. Now I am getting a 2c77 intermittently as well (AfterCat 02 sensor signal, Bank 1) I have replaced BOTH of these sensors in the last six months- it made no difference. I cannot for the life of me figure out what it could be other than (1) something in the tune my car disagrees with or (2) the actual engine wiring harness. Is theory # 1 even plausible? I did notice when I went back to the original map for about a week the code didn't generate. But, to be fair I have gotten similar "false reassurances that all is well" while tuned since then as well. Critically the code seems to generate more frequently while engine braking. If if it could be a wiring issue, are there any diagrams on what wires to look at? Replacing the whole harness is at least 1k, and simply do not have it right now.
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  • BobCobb's Avatar
    Yesterday, 07:06 PM
    135i N55
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Yesterday, 12:07 PM
    The Lamborghini Aventador is spectacularly fast in stock form. 0-60? Just 2.7 seconds. 1/4 mile? 10.4 seconds and 136 miles per hour. The naturally aspirated 6.5 liter V12 under the hood makes 691 horsepower and 509 lb-ft of torque. That power is sent to all four wheels thanks to an all wheel drive system. The carbon fiber and aluminum frame gives it a 3795 pound curb weight. Impressive figures right? Unfortunately for the Aventador the McLaren P1 puts it to shame. For more than twice the price and due to coming to market a couple years later it better. MotorTrend got 0-60 in in 2.6 seconds from the P1. The 1/4 mile time is 9.8 seconds at 148.9 miles per hour. Its hybrid drivetrain provides 904 horsepower and 664 lb-ft of torque. More power, more torque, and it weighs roughly 500 pounds less than the Aventador. On paper, this is no contest. The two cars were pitted against each other in Indonesia for a 1/4 mile sprint but unfortunately no data was provided as to the acceleration figures. At the 3:50 minute mark you can see the race but the footage beforehand has some gorgeous shots of the P1 and the MP4-12C that are worth watching. The P1 is simply an incredible machine. That said, so is the Aventador.
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  • HRE_Wheels's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:18 PM
    HRE_Wheels started a thread F30,F31,F33,F34,F80: BMW M3 Rolling on HRE RS102 in 3 Series and M3
    One of our first Series RS1 cars: BMW M3 with HRE RS102 in Brushed Tinted Clear. AutoCouture Motoring. Questions? Please PM us.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:32 AM
    You did not just think Dodge would only stick the 6.2 liter twin screw supercharged Hellcat Hemi V8 under the hood of the Challenger did you? The four door Charger sibling was spotted testing with a hood scoop Dodge did not exactly do the best job ever covering up. Under the camouflage is of course the hood scoop just like the Challenger and the Charger Hellcat also gets the new updates from the 2015 models. Additionally more aggressive bumper stylings are covered and the updated wheels and brakes are shown. Expect the new 2015 lights, interior features, and the 8-speed automatic transmission. The Charger SRT Hellcat should have the same 707 horsepower rating as the Challenger. Will the price be the same roughly $60k MSRP as well? It is great to see the Hellcat Hemi V8 finding its way into other models and now the question becomes what else will Mopar put it into? A new Jeep SRT model with this motor could potentially be the fastest SUV in the world.
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  • konvikt21's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:52 AM
    konvikt21 started a thread Want to Buy: WTB BT Cable in Buy/Sell - Parts
    As the title states, let me know what you've got. I'd prefer 1-2 vins left if possible. Thanks!
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    Yesterday, 09:12 AM
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  • mjmarovi's Avatar
    Yesterday, 07:21 PM
    Just as the title says. Currently is on single turbo firmware, but easily updated back to twin turbo firmware. Comes with the case and USB cable, and if you are interested, I can also include the N20 3.5bar map sensor for an extra $20. $420 shipped to lower 48. YES, THIS A STEAL, I DO NOT WANT TO SIT ON IT I'M READY TO SHIP SAME DAY PAYPAL PAYMENT IS MADE!!! FREE SHIPPING TO LOWER 48 STATES!
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