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  • Tony@VargasTurboTech's Avatar
    08-24-2015, 08:06 PM
    Tuning cut short today. Hopefully we get a chance to get back on it tomorrow. Still a few tweaks in it. http://www.datazap.me/u/vargasturbotech/699?log=0&data=4-8-9-10-11-12-13-24&zoom=4-67
    117 replies | 3878 view(s)
  • Sticky's Avatar
    08-25-2015, 11:52 AM
    It is almost unbelievable what the 'tiny' stock frame turbocharger housings that BMW equipped the N54 3.0 liter direct injected inline-6 motor with are hitting these days. Just look at the size of the stock frame and it is hard to imagine capability of over 700 wheel horsepower. But that is exactly where we are in the N54 world today. VTT (Vargas Turbocharger Technologies) came deliciously close to breaking that magical 700 wheel horsepower barrier. There is more tuning to come but it's safe to say the 700 wheel horsepower barrier will be broken shortly showing capability nobody ever imagined from the N54 turbos just a few years ago. Hell, they do not even need a full horse to get there: For an N54 that is a very nice looking curve as well. Who knew things would go this far?
    117 replies | 2286 view(s)
  • Terry@BMS's Avatar
    08-25-2015, 12:16 AM
    Hey guys, Had a little time tonight so I decided to play around with a potential new JB4 feature. I got the idea for this off a Subaru video someone posted on n54tech. I setup the flash map IAT compensation tables such that they would pull 10 degrees of timing across the board for temperatures under 30f. These are variables that can be changed. e.g. more timing pull, a lower trigger for cold weather cars, etc. Then I reprogramming the steering wheel control buttons such that pressing up disables boost by gear on the fly (this previously was down), and pressing down now changes the intake temperature sensor reading to 10f, resulting in an instant 10 degrees of timing pull. When you let go of the button timing instantly snaps back up to your normal curve. Did a couple quick tests just to ensure the system is functional and it seems really promising. You might use this when launching at the track to spool up a big single without pushing through the lights, or when roll racing to build boost without really accelerating while you try to match up with someone to start your pulls. Just floor it, press the button, and let go of the button on the 2nd honk.
    67 replies | 1718 view(s)
  • drfrink24's Avatar
    08-24-2015, 09:14 AM
    drfrink24 started a thread Single turbo sizing in N54
    Curious if someone can help me understand if this is a physics problem, or simply personal preference/goals: Why are 9/10 single setups sized for 30+ psi and 900+ whp, but running well below this? Very rarely do I see someone putting on the smallest turbo for their power goals and then running them to the edge? Is this a physics issue of a small a/r and small compressor, or people sizing a turbo they can "grow" into? Do people feel going single and going small single is a waste of time? Tuning still behind the curve? Or are the stock frame and upgraded stock frame simply better at doing what a small single would accomplish?
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  • Terry@BMS's Avatar
    08-24-2015, 09:30 AM
    Remarkable numbers here from the BMS F80 M3 which recently ran at the Famoso dragstrip in California. Keep in mind it is very hot out in California so setting records with temps in the 90 degree range is highly impressive. 135.50 miles per hour is the new record for the F80 M3 as well as the S55 engine platform. For further context, this trap speed exceeds any stock internal E9X M3 with a blower. Powerhaus Performance ran 10.46 @ 135.13 in a supercharged DCT E92 M3 but with a stripped out car in negative density altitude during the Winter on the East Coast. In other words, although the trap speeds are similar these cars are not equal and this F80 M3 is significantly faster. The F80 M3 on stock internals is simply capable of more than the E9X M3 on stock internals which should surprise nobody. Further details from Terry@BMS below: Hey guys, Famoso Raceway had a rare drag day last night that a few of us attended. The track was packed and weather horrible, around 90 degrees when they started running at 8pm and around 80 degrees at midnight when they stopped running. And traction was bad. But we all had a good time anyway. DA was around 2500' at 11pm. I raced our 2015 M3 w/ JB4, PURE S2 Turbos, BMS intake, BMS meth, Dodson clutch packs, and Nitto 555R tires. Full weight. And was able to set a new F80 trap record. It's actually probably a new F chassis trap record. Best of 3 runs was 11.4@135mph. Since traction was so bad after the first run I gave up trying to launch hard and would just floor it at the light with traction control one pushed. The car definitely has 10 second potential with a 60' in the 1.8s and better weather won't hurt. Jon was racing our 2015 M5 with JB4 & meth only. Due to trans slippage he limited boost to 22psi, and the car is stock weight with a heavier driver. He managed a best of ~11.7@126mph. It was his first time in the 11s in any car so he was happy. Ando was racing our 2015 M4 with JB4 only and really struggled with traction. Since he didn't have meth the high temperatures translated in to low timing values which hurt his power a lot more than Jon and myself. His best was ~11.9@120mph. Jason was racing our 435 with JB4, PURE S2 Turbo, BMS meth, and some other bolt ons, and really struggled to build boost off the line. 60's were in the 2.2-2.3 range brake boosting so we're going to have to work on improving that somehow. He ran a best of ~11.9@120mph. Ram with the 740whp M5 using a combination of BMS and ESS parts ran a best of ~11.4@132. With some tuning adjustments I can see him picking up another 2mph pretty easily. And he has larger turbos on the way. Eric (of MB fame) has as GTR now and I think his best was 10.4@133mph with around 640 all wheel hp. Damn those cars are fast! Worth noting we were all running unleaded racing fuel. I'll post up some better photos and videos later!
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  • spxxx's Avatar
    08-27-2015, 12:53 PM
    A guy who's running one of my E50 maps just did work his first time ever at the track, guess he got misfires and only ran two runs. I think he could get down to a 1.5 60 footer and maybe 11.4 territory with more than 2 runs. That's what 532 wheel torque & x-drive can do on all season tires... 1.6' 60 footer :naughty:
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  • rac's Avatar
    08-26-2015, 03:01 AM
    rac started a thread SMFW + Idle Tables in N54
    My clutch seems to be showing first signs of the downward spiral. So my question is, with the recent idle tables being uncovered, can anyone comment on success or otherwise of adjusting idle up to reduce noise? how much was needed? I'm thinking of going down the path of a 335is/550i clutch + SMFW, especially if i can increase the idle with A/C on so that the noise isn't really that noticeable. i have stock transmission mounts.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    08-25-2015, 11:22 PM
    The newer AMG's are making a lot of torque by virtue of their turbo powerplants especially when upgraded. Weistec themselves is producing several turbo upgrades for the new AMG motors which means huge power and torque figures. Those figures are big enough to easily exceed the capacity of the stock 722.9 transmission. The solution is the Bulletproof 722.9 upgrade from Weistec. Speaking to Weistec we learned this transmission upgrade has held whatever they have thrown it. That means it will hold whatever you throw at it and then some. Here are the details on the package: Complete Package Increased Torque Capacity Weistec Performance Clutch Material Increased Number of Discs per Clutch Pack Redesigned Clutch Piston Geometry Increased Frictional Surface Area Increased Clutch Material New OEM Gaskets and Seals New OEM Fasteners and Hardware It is important to note this is a complete hardware package as stated in the very first bullet point. Why is this important? Because Weistec can ship the complete hardware to anyone and they can do the install themselves. Owners no longer need to try to figure out how to get their transmission to Southern California. No doubt AMG enthusiasts across the globe will appreciate this. More surface area and more discs means more torque capability. This is the 722.9 taken to the maximum. Fitting more discs to somehow try to get more surface area beyond this will not be possible. The clutch material itself underwent testing for the past two years. BenzBoost members such as @MR747 have gone mid 10's with this upgrade at over 130 miles per hour in the 1/4 mile. To be noted, this amounted to an improvement of 4/10's and 6 miles per hour on what he did before the transmission upgrade was installed. Weistec themselves has gone over 170 in the 1/2 mile with this upgrade in their M157 turbo upgraded W212 E63 AMG S. The torque capability is clearly there but in addition the shifts are firmed up. The new clutch material offers greater resistance to heat (less slippage when warm say after a burnout) and obviously generates greater friction than the factory material. The clutch material offering better heat resistance is one part of keeping the transmission cooler along with the new transmission pan. The new pan allows for a greater volume of fluid. Here are the specs: Fluid Capacity Increased by 2.5 Quarts Integrated Cooling Fins Internal Anti-slosh Baffling O-Ring Seal Two -8 ports for Additional Transmission Cooler Circuit (Additional Cooler not included) Drain and Fill Plugs Two Transmission Pan Magnets Mounting Hardware Included You will want to combine the Weistec clutch hardware with the upgraded pan for the ultimate 722.9 upgrade. Should one desire to go beyond this the upgraded Weistec 722.9 pan features two -8 ports for an additional transmission fluid cooler. It seems they thought of everything. Speaking with Weistec they assured BenzBoost this truly is a Bulletproof upgrade and not just in the name alone. They have tested it thoroughly, engineered it to take maximum abuse, and have yet to have the upgrade fail. It is nice to see solutions of this caliber available in the AMG world. Oh, and take note, this applies to all the new 722.9 cars as well including the W205 generation along with the past cars including the 4Matic variants. Well done yet again Weistec. 722.9 Bulletproof Package retails for $3649.99: http://weistec.com/722-9-bulletproof-build-package-mct-awd.html 722.9 Transmission Pan retails for $599.99: http://weistec.com/722-9-transmission-pan.html
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  • mastawyrm's Avatar
    08-24-2015, 10:27 AM
    Since we still can't use LC without traction control and it's still stuck at 5000rpm, I started thinking about others things to try. I don't really drag race but it would be nice to get better launches at autox so currently all I do is just floor it from idle. It occurred to me that I could build a race-day tune with a stupidly high idle speed. The reason I haven't tried it yet is because I don't really know what signals the TCU to start engaging clutches and I wouldn't want it to sit there burning up my clutch at a 3k idle every time I stop. I know it's smart enough to totally disengage when I'm holding the brake because if I try to use the hand-brake to hold still, you can feel/see it in the tach that the clutches are engaging. It will also push against the brake if you hit the gas and brake at the same time but does it begin to engage based on throttle input or from requested torque/load or from rpm? I feel there is a chance it will see a crazy high idle request and treat it correctly as an idle request with 0 peddle and therefore not engage the clutches until I hit the throttle or let off the brake. So before I go and test this theory, can anyone tell me for sure this is a bad idea not to be tried? Can I use INPA to see what the clutches are doing? I must admit, I've never used INPA beyond connecting for the sake of NCS-expert.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    08-26-2015, 12:54 PM
    So I entered a chili cook off contest set for October. I intend to make the world's greatest chili. To be noted, I've never made chili. Anyway, so far what I plan to do is get high quality beef and have it ground down. This is a good idea I assume? I was going to use kidney beans, add some tapatio for spice, plus diced onions. Maybe a pinch of garlic? I'll top with cheddar cheese, avocado, and sour cream. Should roughly look something like this: Anyway, any tips?
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  • musc's Avatar
    08-25-2015, 09:52 PM
    Hey guys. Tried out the new kickdown table from Jake's XDF update. Set the voltage to 4.998 per his instructions and removed my kickdown blocker. Works as expected. I can floor it and hit the kickdown switch but it still doesn't kickdown. This should be fine for the majority of driving. I actually had a kickdown blocker fail during a roll race. I had the DIY adhesive ones and i guess overtime they became flatter and when I slammed the gas down, it kicked down. Still won the race but what a terrible excuse to have to use. My kickdown blocker broke, bruh. :( As as expected, you cannot activate launch control with this modification. LC only activates when that kickdown switch is activated. I thought about what if we could have the switch has a hand held button? Or is it possible to remap the function of it to another button, like something on the steering wheel? My other thought is, say we could activate the button independent of pressing the throttle. Would the RPMs still go to 5k or do they only go to 5k because we have the accelerator pedal floored. Just some thoughts. Has anyone dismantled one of the pedal assemblies to see what this 'switch' actually looks like? It looks like a pretty sealed unit and Real OEM doesn't show any schematics for it, just the single unit.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Today, 03:41 PM
    The Pure Turbos Stage 2 N54 upgrade sure looks like the real deal. The turbo upgrade is not 'officially' out yet but expect it next month. For now what we have seen is numbers in the 6XX wheel range and here is a preview of the real world capability. BimmerBoost member @pr3ci5n335i in the video below runs his E90 automatic 335i against a 2014 Nissan GTR on E85 with full bolt ons. The 335i is at roughly 25 psi of boost and also has full bolt ons in addition to the Pure Turbos Stage 2 N54 turbo upgrade. He also has the TFT inlets and his fuel in the video is an E50 blend with meth injection. The 335i takes the hit here but steadily pulls the GTR until it shuts down. Definitely an impressive result considering what bolt on GTR's on E85 are capable of. 2010 E90 M 335i: Alpina AT, FBO (VRSF 5" Stepped FMIC, Catless with BMW PE, TFT upper and lower chargepipes, HKS BOV, BMS 2 gallon Meth kit, Stage 1 Walbro 255 inline LPFP, BMS low temperature thermostat bypass), JB4 map 3 80add, BMS E85 Flash using MHD, Pure S2 turbos, APEX Arc-8, no rear seats
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  • Fishayyy's Avatar
    08-28-2015, 08:21 PM
    Fishayyy started a thread Rear Main Seal/Twin Disc in N54
    So Spec should be sending me my replacement rigid full-face discs for my Motiv clutch and I wanted to get some opinions on a few different things. Last time I swapped my clutch I had a very minor leak on my rear main seal so I wanted to replace it this time around, however I'm not sure if I need everything to be OEM or not. I've seen a mix of people recommend using the OEM seal and others saying that they got one from O'reilly's or one from a 2006 Porsche that seemed stronger. I've also seen a lot of people say that you need the OEM Locktite and others that say you don't need it. So I'm a little lost as to what I should try and what install procedures should be followed. Thanks in advance for the help!
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    08-24-2015, 05:03 PM
    Interesting matchup here featuring two all wheel drive turbocharged six cylinder vehicles. One of which is the pride of Germany that being the 911 Turbo. The 997.1 generation of course featuring the classic port injected 3.6 liter GT1 (Mezger) derived motor that would be replaced with a 3.8 liter direct injected unit at the introduction of the 997.2 Turbo. The 911 Turbo is running ProEFI engine management using their ProEFI 112 system. Garth at Undercover Performance did the tuning. This is a flex fuel car running E85 we presume. Turbochargers are the Alpha 9 units from AMS and it is on the stock motor. Power output is not stated. Its Japanese rival is a GTR stated to be at 800 wheel horsepower although the modifications are not specified so we will simply take their word on it. The first run has the Turbo jump and after the initial pull the GTR basically holds the distance until they shut down. The second run has the Turbo take the hit again taking a larger lead this time. The GTR seems to inch slightly forward but again the 911 Turbo maintains the distance until it shuts down. The third run claims an even start but it sure looks like the Turbo jumps yet again. It is very close as the GTR shift speed pays dividends down low mitigating the distance from the jump and opening a slight lead but then in the higher gears the Turbo starts to fight back. Looks neck and neck until the GTR lets off. It would have been great to see runs with even starts between them but these two are closely matched however you slice it.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Today, 03:39 PM
    The Pure Turbos Stage 2 N54 upgrade sure looks like the real deal. The turbo upgrade is not 'officially' out yet but expect it next month. For now what we have seen is numbers in the 6XX wheel range and here is a preview of the real world capability. BimmerBoost member @pr3ci5n335i in the video below runs his E90 automatic 335i against a 2014 Nissan GTR on E85 with full bolt ons. The 335i is at roughly 25 psi of boost and also has full bolt ons in addition to the Pure Turbos Stage 2 N54 turbo upgrade. He also has the TFT inlets and his fuel in the video is an E50 blend with meth injection. The 335i takes the hit here but steadily pulls the GTR until it shuts down. Definitely an impressive result considering what bolt on GTR's on E85 are capable of. 2010 E90 M 335i: Alpina AT, FBO (VRSF 5" Stepped FMIC, Catless with BMW PE, TFT upper and lower chargepipes, HKS BOV, BMS 2 gallon Meth kit, Stage 1 Walbro 255 inline LPFP, BMS low temperature thermostat bypass), JB4 map 3 80add, BMS E85 Flash using MHD, Pure S2 turbos, APEX Arc-8, no rear seats
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    08-24-2015, 04:52 PM
    Interesting matchup here featuring two all wheel drive turbocharged six cylinder vehicles. One of which is the pride of Germany that being the 911 Turbo. The 997.1 generation of course featuring the classic port injected 3.6 liter GT1 (Mezger) derived motor that would be replaced with a 3.8 liter direct injected unit at the introduction of the 997.2 Turbo. The 911 Turbo is running ProEFI engine management using their ProEFI 112 system. Garth at Undercover Performance did the tuning. This is a flex fuel car running E85 we presume. Turbochargers are the Alpha 9 units from AMS and it is on the stock motor. Power output is not stated. Its Japanese rival is a GTR stated to be at 800 wheel horsepower although the modifications are not specified so we will simply take their word on it. The first run has the Turbo jump and after the initial pull the GTR basically holds the distance until they shut down. The second run has the Turbo take the hit again taking a larger lead this time. The GTR seems to inch slightly forward but again the 911 Turbo maintains the distance until it shuts down. The third run claims an even start but it sure looks like the Turbo jumps yet again. It is very close as the GTR shift speed pays dividends down low mitigating the distance from the jump and opening a slight lead but then in the higher gears the Turbo starts to fight back. Looks neck and neck until the GTR lets off. It would have been great to see runs with even starts between them but these two are closely matched however you slice it.
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  • lamboworld's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:10 PM
    I can't say enough about how happy I am with the tune on this car. I worked with Dimitri in April and May on an E50 tune and I haven't touched it since. I am also using the stock LPFP and no PI. Both of these runs were before they started to put anything on the track and I was able to hook pretty good. It was about 87 degrees when I made both of these passes. They started to put water on the track for the guys with drag slicks but it killed my ability to hook this car up. My Z4 is DCT but I don't like to use launch control. I do the alternate method of pushing the accelerator quickly and pushing down the kick down. This will raise the rpm's and you have to let your foot off of the accelerator when the rpm's come back down and at the same time as the light goes green. It is difficult to do but if you can time it right then you can get great times with the DCT. I feel certain that this car can run in the 11's on stock turbos and stock inlets. However, I probably won't be able to try again because I am going to install Pure Turbos and VTT inlets in the next month or so.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    08-26-2015, 01:41 PM
    Some heavyweights slugging it out here on the highway. This being a street race there is no doubt some sandbagging going on. The UGR 1R twin turbo built Gallardo is said to be at 1500 horsepower but UGR and its owners are known to downplay horsepower figures quite a bit. The Nissan GTR is a built 3.8 liter from T1 Race Development. The owner says power is around 1200 horses. The C6 Vette features a built 370 cubic inch motor and it is running a Precision PT88 turbocharger. Power output is stated to be roughly 1000 horses but that turbo can support over 1200 horses depending on the application of course. The first run has the trio going three-wide but the Vette loses traction and gets out of it. The GTR and Gallardo are close to one another but the GTR edges the Gallardo out based on the chase view from the Vette. The interior view of this run from the GTR makes it tough to get a good shot of the Gallardo but it appears to pull easily. After the run the Gallardo owner claims to have run a 1250 horsepower boost map. After a little pow wow the Gallardo owner presumably turns up the boost and the three cars go at it again. The Vette is clearly overmatched even with traction. The GTR jumps and the Gallardo tries to run it down but does not catch up although it does pull away from the C6. The GTR certainly appears to be the fastest car of the three. The final run features the Corvette against a bolt on CBR1000. The CBR puts several car lengths on the Vette initially but past 150 the Corvette's aerodynamics help it close the distance. It is a bit too little and too late though as the Corvette has to go high into the triple digits to overtake and by that time the race is over. Definitely some very fast cars
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    08-26-2015, 01:38 PM
    Some heavyweights slugging it out here on the highway. This being a street race there is no doubt some sandbagging going on. The UGR 1R twin turbo built Gallardo is said to be at 1500 horsepower but UGR and its owners are known to downplay horsepower figures quite a bit. The Nissan GTR is a built 3.8 liter from T1 Race Development. The owner says power is around 1200 horses. The C6 Vette features a built 370 cubic inch motor and it is running a Precision PT88 turbocharger. Power output is stated to be roughly 1000 horses but that turbo can support over 1200 horses depending on the application of course. The first run has the trio going three-wide but the Vette loses traction and gets out of it. The GTR and Gallardo are close to one another but the GTR edges the Gallardo out based on the chase view from the Vette. The interior view of this run from the GTR makes it tough to get a good shot of the Gallardo but it appears to pull easily. After the run the Gallardo owner claims to have run a 1250 horsepower boost map. After a little pow wow the Gallardo owner presumably turns up the boost and the three cars go at it again. The Vette is clearly overmatched even with traction. The GTR jumps and the Gallardo tries to run it down but does not catch up although it does pull away from the C6. The GTR certainly appears to be the fastest car of the three. The final run features the Corvette against a bolt on CBR1000. The CBR puts several car lengths on the Vette initially but past 150 the Corvette's aerodynamics help it close the distance. It is a bit too little and too late though as the Corvette has to go high into the triple digits to overtake and by that time the race is over. Definitely some very fast cars
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    08-24-2015, 10:11 AM
    Alfa Romeo is very serious about taking on the big boys with its Giulia Quadrifoglio. What do we know about it so far? We know it has 510 horsepower. We know it has a direct injected twin turbo 3.0 liter V6 with over 510 horsepower. We also know Alfa Romeo intends to bring the Giulia to the US market in 2016. Now we assume that includes the Quadrifoglio version you see testing here. It would be nice for the Germans to feel some pressure from someone other than Cadillac. The test driver runs the car hard as you can see and it looks to corner flat and transition very well. The Giulia Quadrifoglio appears to be the real deal. Our only complaint is they did not name it something easier to type and pronounce.
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  • Yournamehere90's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:32 PM
    Hey guys, I hope this hasn't been covered but I'm a member of all the major forums and haven't seen this exact topic. Is there a "beginner's tuning guide" for the n54 anywhere? I would like to use mhd to flash tunes I've personally tweaked. From what I've gathered I would use Tunerpro on my PC to edit, and MHD to read and write from my phone or tablet. Correct? I understand the dangers of running a bad tune and I know it's easy to run OTS tunes, but I would love to learn this skill. Thank you for answers in advance.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    08-24-2015, 09:22 PM
    Is the intake on the M133 AMG 2.0 liter turbo four-cylinder a major restriction? It sure looks like it based on these results from OE Tuning who tested the Mishimoto M133 air intake. The CLA45 AMG that was tested ran Benzworks downpipes and the OE tuning Stage 2 tune. With an ECU tune and downpipes the intake will become more of a restriction as power rises and the engine is gulping more air. The mid range gain here is massive though. At 4543 rpm the intake shows 44.5 front wheel horsepower and 49.5 front wheel lb-ft of torque gains. You will notice the gains mostly come in the 3500 to 5800 rpm range. The Mishimoto airbox is clearly very well designed as it is providing excellent gains and horsepower per dollar that can not be matched for the $450 price tag. Definitely something for 45 AMG M133 owners to look into. Intake to suit CLA45 and GLA45. Intake and ECU Tune is $1600 with ECU send in. Intake alone is available for $450 directly through OE Tuning. To order please contact one of our trained sales representatives +1-818-574-5075 or sales@oetuning.com
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  • triggz's Avatar
    08-24-2015, 01:32 PM
    Just curious if everyone else is in the same boat as me. Does 3rd gear max out at 17psi in the top end with stock turbos and inlets?
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  • Lucrecio's Avatar
    08-25-2015, 02:11 PM
    Recently purchased the ARH exhaust system and no longer have use for this x-pipe. The good thing about this one is I had 2 extra O2 sensor bungs welded so that all 4 O2 sensors can be utilized. It weighs practically nothing, has zero drone and is in my opinion one of the best sounding pipes out there! $2200 obo!
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  • pobudz's Avatar
    Yesterday, 01:00 PM
    Hopefully I'll see some fellow N5X out on the track. Registration opened today! :music-rockout: http://www.omegamotorsport.com/c99h
    2 replies | 63 view(s)
  • mykal's Avatar
    08-24-2015, 10:00 AM
    mykal started a thread For Sale: LUX H8 v2/3 & v3 in Buy/Sell - Parts
    I have one set of the LUX H8 v2 with the v3 power supply upgrade and one set of the LUX H8 v3 for sale. Asking $100 for the v2/3 and $125 for the v3. Prices include domestic shipping please pm if interested.
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  • rawad1017's Avatar
    08-27-2015, 02:50 PM
    rawad1017 started a thread S85: Spark plugs in S62, M62, N62 and S85
    Remember when AWD motorsports went 10.50s at 130 with the nitrous m5? I wanna do the same setup they had, when i get my next m6. But they used stock plugs on a 150 shot and while that's nothing to a v10, i don't wanna keep changing spark plugs. And i want to be safe because i race a lot, so i want colder plugs. Problem is this I posted in their thread asking about plugs and so far nobody knows if anybody made a plug with this sensor shit that's 2 steps colder and doesn't cost a fortune. A few people asked ngk and got the "we're working on it, maybe in the future" ordeal. So before i bother ngk about this again i was wondering if anybody' did make what I'm looking for. One dude asked g power what plugs they use and g power tried to sell em to the guy for like 125 a plug lmfao fuck that
    2 replies | 48 view(s)
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