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  • Sticky's Avatar
    07-16-2017, 08:44 PM
    Posting for Rob as he said he is away from the computer until Monday sometime: "All, There are some "new casted" offerings floating amuck with promise of "better flow, better materials, brand new, and best cost". Now it is always great to have new options especially for a better price, but understand that these items are 100% cheap chinese produced "core" offerings. We have considered their usage as well as this platform is evolving into a more competitive environment (cheaper cars, etc etc); but when we already have a "dialed-in" product we wonder if it is worth the potential risks of making a SUBSTANTIAL change to a lower quality oriented direction? All for the end result of selling a product for the same cost, or maybe a couple hundred less, at best. Being a vendor who is ultimately responsible for product quality these are thoughts that are very critical. Additionally even though the warranty is "only" a year we still would like products to last many MANY years. We especially would like to not have product fail due to poor metallurgical or casting quality, and this type of problem is EPIDEMIC. As you may understand we have had these units in hand for a while now as they have been readily available for close to a year. Despite what some vendors may say, such as "we own the design" or "custom made only for us" comments rest assured these exact same units they are utilizing. There is nothing special about them and whoever may obtain them (especially with a large bulk order) and the ONLY customization that maybe setting apart Vendor to Vendor is the differences of the internal wheel machining specifications. These wheel specs however have nothing to do with the overall housing design and quality. Our immediate initial impressions are that they are a certain downgrade- and here are a few reasons why: 1) Highly Magnetic to show a larger Iron content (ie. in lieu of the OE style MHI High Quality High Heat Austenitic Stainless steel)(we have metallurgical analysis underway) 2) Similar to smaller ID manifold/turbine housing dimensions (we have cross sections underway) and certain poorer flow paths per borescope views NOTE: We CERTAINLY are NOT seeing these as larger ID specs!!! 3) Lack of OE style Double wall insulated air gapped (made by Boysen) manifolds for worse heat retention 4) Much thicker casting walls (large OD specs from thicker materials so "looks" a bit larger) and each housing at over 10lbs vs. under 7lbs for OEM Good things we see (with using them): 1) Very cheap to purchase 2) Being new there is no refurbishment 3) Come pre-equipped with "new" wastegates (albeit the worst aftermarket design we have found) Good things we see from their availability (while others use them): 1) Will free up a ton of higher quality OEM cores to use as the base builds Few good links to educate oneself: 1) http://www.mhi.co.jp/technology/review/pdf/e453/e453001.pdf 2) http://www.fev.com/fileadmin/user_upload/Media/TechnicalPublications/Design/ExhaustManifoldDesign.pdf 3) We are very curious to see how the competition has came up with some of their "conclusions" on these new "core" units being superior. They've come to the conclusion that these are higher flowing and better quality manifolds/housings, but we are unsure how that can be whatsoever on our initial findings. They'd be welcome to post up any data they've found in this thread, whether they do or don't it is not of great concern as we will soon- good or bad. Obviously our perception (vs. that of some of competitors) have come to some very different conclusions here, and of course everything is up for debate but our thoughts are this is a rather risky maneuver to use as a core product for a base build/upgrade... at least NOT without much further due diligence. Even then it will take an awful lot more perks, that we are not even remotely seeing at this moment, to warrant the slight savings of making this change. Rob"
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    07-14-2017, 08:26 PM
    So this guy claims but I'm waiting on the slip:
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  • LessIsMore's Avatar
    07-14-2017, 02:11 AM
    This morning was able to hit 22 PSI as normal and car was performing fine. After leaving work this evening, it drove fine for a few minutes but then I noticed a loud whining/ moaning sound like a boost leak when the car would try to build boost, and could not make over 3 PSI or so.* I have a known fouled O2 sensor i know I need to replace but been putting off for a couple months. I've been having intermittent O2 sensor faults (2C7B lambda probe behind *** con 2, signal ; 29E0 fuel mixture control ; 29E1 fuel mixture control 2) but that has not caused any low boost or other issues except I will sometimes get a Safety 5 from the bad O2 signal variance. When I first experienced the low boost this evening, i got new O2 sensor codes ( 2C9D Lambda probe heating in front of *** con 2, signal ; 2CA7 Lambda probe heating in front of *** con 2, function ; 2CAB Lambda probe before ***, temperature). When i got home I performed a boost leak test to 12 psi and no leaks. Inspected all vac lines, etc. Drove it after and still only get 2-3 psi boost and whine/ moaning is still there when attempting to build boost. Logs here show a short WOT hit (17_58_58) to show boost rising as normal right after leaving work. Then I got the codes above a few mins later. Then second log (18_05_28) a few mins after that, showing boost only 2-3 psi at WOT. Then a couple from tonight after boost leak test, showing low boost. (21_25_34) shows reduced boost target, and (21_25_49) shows boost target back up.* I am at a loss. Could a failed O2 sensor cause reduced boost? Ive read of clogged cats causing low, no boost, but this was so sudden.* Thanks in advance.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    07-14-2017, 11:37 PM
    This is disappointing considering Nizpro's work was so promising. Just over a year ago Nizpro showed their upgrade cutting 1.5X short times on the dragstrip. Their N54 automatic transmission upgrades were supposed to be out by holiday time in 2016 but that date came and went with no release. Unfortunately, for multiple reasons, they are getting out of the platform: They do not state what the reasons are but their N54 development 335i was put up for sale. That leaves automatic N54 owners seeking big power in a bit of a pickle. Propulsive Dynamics claims to have upgrades but for owners making big torque the minimal torque capacity increase offered that still has yet to be proven on the dragstrip is likely a waste of time and money. There is always the option of swapping in another automatic transmission which is what some BimmerBoost members are doing with the AD-E 4L80 swap. As of right now the most cost effective solution capable of handling the power N54's are making in 2017 is a manual swap. A DCT swap is also possible and becoming more popular although it is more expensive than a manual swap. It does offer quicker shifts and more consistent performance though.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    07-14-2017, 11:40 PM
    This is disappointing considering Nizpro's work was so promising. Just over a year ago Nizpro showed their upgrade cutting 1.5X short times on the dragstrip. Their N54 automatic transmission upgrades were supposed to be out by holiday time in 2016 but that date came and went with no release. Unfortunately, for multiple reasons, they are getting out of the platform: They do not state what the reasons are but their N54 development 335i was put up for sale. That leaves automatic N54 owners seeking big power in a bit of a pickle. Propulsive Dynamics claims to have upgrades but for owners making big torque the minimal torque capacity increase offered that still has yet to be proven on the dragstrip is likely a waste of time and money. There is always the option of swapping in another automatic transmission which is what some BimmerBoost members are doing with the AD-E 4L80 swap. As of right now the most cost effective solution capable of handling the power N54's are making in 2017 is a manual swap. A DCT swap is also possible and becoming more popular although it is more expensive than a manual swap. It does offer quicker shifts and more consistent performance though.
    42 replies | 870 view(s)
  • Sticky's Avatar
    07-14-2017, 08:36 PM
    People love to see race videos for real world comparisons but it is also important to note that hardware can vary wildly based on the application. Tuning alone is a huge factor. What we have here is an E92 335i which is the camera car and it is equipped with Pure Turbos Stage 2 N54 turbochargers. It is tuned by someone named Pure_Evil_Tuning who tunes in Southern California. Obviously, this video is posted to show the quality of his tuning. It certainly seems the camera car is running well. The VTT GC equipped car gets pulled which with E85 and Port Fuel Injection in theory should not happen. Both are stated to be at 25 psi but who really knows if that is true. A rematch with more details would be great to see. EDIT: Somebody tried to pass the VTT car off as a GC upgraded car. It is running the Vargas Stage 2 N54 upgrade at 19 psi. Additionally, the car has some compression issues.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    07-14-2017, 08:43 PM
    People love to see race videos for real world comparisons but it is also important to note that hardware can vary wildly based on the application. Tuning alone is a huge factor. What we have here is an E92 335i which is the camera car and it is equipped with Pure Turbos Stage 2 N54 turbochargers. It is tuned by someone named Pure_Evil_Tuning who tunes in Southern California. Obviously, this video is posted to show the quality of his tuning. It certainly seems the camera car is running well. The VTT GC equipped car gets pulled which with E85 and Port Fuel Injection in theory should not happen. Both are stated to be at 25 psi but who really knows if that is true. A rematch with more details would be great to see. EDIT: Somebody tried to pass the VTT car off as a GC upgraded car. It is running the Vargas Stage 2 N54 upgrade at 19 psi. Additionally, the car has some compression issues.
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  • Chris@VargasTurboTech's Avatar
    07-15-2017, 03:11 PM
    Very happy to announce the New & Improved VTT Stage 2 and 2+ Turbos! While our new Stage 2 and Stage 2+ turbos have been for sale for a little while, we thought we'd do an official post about them and offer group buy/intro pricing to the first 25 individuals using the code VTTSTG2GB. This is first come first served, once the code is used the full amount of times it is disabled. Let's get into the details: VTT Stage 2 and Stage 2+: Building on the past Our original stage 2 and stage 2+ turbos were known for being work horses; even though they were released when tuning wasn't as advanced as it is today, we had excellent customer provided dynos from 550 whp daily drivers all the way up to 700 whp. Recognizing the stock exhaust manifold was a significant bottleneck, we released the GC family to alleviate those concerns; problem solved. As awesome as the GC's are, they aren't in everyone's budget. Our new Stage 2 and Stage 2+ offerings are the next step forward in output and tuning potential while remaining more wallet friendly. Read on to see what we've done. They're all new Not a used, reworked turbo, the new VTT Stage 2 and Stage 2+ offerings are brand new to you; they utilize a cast one piece N54 manifold (see below for why that's awesome) and our own custom compressor and turbine combinations. Core charge? Done. Want to keep your stock ones? Go ahead, throw them in a box and hold on to them if you want to ever return the car to stock and sell it. We don't use cores for these any more. Brand new product, less money out of your pocket. Win-win. A better design starts in the manifold All current stock frame turbo manifolds choke down to a very tight 1.25” diameter passageway before entering the turbo housing. We found this to be a significant bottleneck at about the 700 whp mark give or take a little, depending on how much you like tons of backpressure in your system. Not going to make 700 whp? It's still a problem; greater backpressure means your engine breaths less easily, making you have to run higher boost for a given power level. Our new Stage 2 and 2+ are new (did we mention new?), fully cast housings that open that diameter up from 1.24” to 1.30”, which is a 5% increase in area. They breath a little easier, which helps eliminate excessive back pressure. Picking the Right Compressor The stage 2 units have a very versatile and high flowing 16T compressor. The Stage 2+ utilize our own proprietary compressor that allows for a little extra airflow over the Stage 2 while keeping spool characteristics spot on for daily driving. Check out a closer view of the Stage 2 below: Highly Efficient Turbines Having a new fully cast manifold that outflows the stock variants won't do you a lot of good if you cram an old outdated turbine wheel in there. Both our Stage 2 and Stage 2+ utilize a 9 blade TD04L turbine modeled after the extremely efficient Garrett GT series turbines. How to choose which one is right for you It's very simple. If you want up to about 600 whp on a stock motor/head; choose the stage 2. If you want up to about 650 whp on a stock motor/head, we recommend Stage 2+. Have a peculiar situation or want our input? Email me and let's start a dialog about how you use the car, fuel, response needs, etc. and we'll get you squared away. Stage 2+ Results: As expected, these perform. Results shown below are on a stock motor, stock head, 100% E85, with peak boost being 26 psi per MHD, and closer to 24 psi actual (MHD reads high). Timing target was 9*. Note that this is down in power; puzzled we did a compression check and got these results from this lovely tired old motor that came to us with a slight miss during idle: #1 : 120 psi #2 : 165 psi #3 : 95 psi #4 : 160 psi #5 : 135 psi #6 : 160 psi So you see this was not a healthy motor at all; cylinder 3 is down over 40%! So all in all, not bad. This is not indicative of the capability of the new 2+ turbos when properly set up and on a healthy motor; the turbos had a LOT left in them, but out of respect for the owner of the already-tired motor, we stopped trying to get more power. To that end, the first Re-released Stage 2 owner (i.e. not the old stage 2 or 2+) that posts a results thread with legitimate dyno that's 600 whp or greater gets a $100 back from us as a tip of the hat. Same story for the re-released Stage 2+, except the power number to shoot for is 650 whp in order for us to give you $100 back. (Note: If you think you're the guy to do that, email me, chris@vargasturbo.com and I'll check it all out, make sure it's legit/you're the first, and get you the money!) Intro Pricing/Group Buy: I know we said we were going to do a group buy, but we came up with something better; intro pricing for the first 25 sets using a simple code on the website. Price is good until that number (25) is sold, enter code VTTSTG2GB into the website and you'll be good to go. With the code, here are the numbers: Stage 2's: Regular Price: $1999 Intro Price: $1799 Stage 2+'s: Regular Price: $2199 Intro Price: $1999 These need inlets; pick up ours for $100 with turbo purchase. (For first 25 only) Stock outlet (hot side charge pipe) will work, but if you want ours, it's $100 extra. There is not a better deal on the N54 market for power per dollar, nor does anyone offer all new units at this time except VTT. Lead Times: We have parts in stock, right now as your eyes are reading these words, to build 15 sets. Those will ship within 2-3 weeks from order. For the last 10 GB sets looking at 30-day lead. That's it! Enjoy, we're looking forward to seeing results for these out on the streets. Chris
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  • ///MPOSTER's Avatar
    07-17-2017, 12:42 PM
    5 BMWs seized in Catawba Co. street racing bust, citations issued Watch out and be careful for other people while making videos. http://www.wcnc.com/news/local/5-bmws-seized-in-catawba-co-street-racing-ring/457214535
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Yesterday, 05:31 PM
    This is a messy story. It starts with a report that five BMW's were street racing in North Carolina and their cars were impounded. In this type of situation a judge could potentially decide that the owners lose their vehicles to the state. A giant penalty. That is where things get interesting. The trooper that pulled them over and impounded the cars was caught on camera going the against traffic at high speeds to catch up to them. Once he got there only those involved know what happened but it seems maybe he went overboard. Especially considering he was suspended and now resigned. You can watch the initial report below: Here is the trooper speeding against traffic: As for the charges facing the BMW owners: Brennan T. Rowe, 22, of Wayne, N.J., charged with impeding traffic & exceeding posted speed limit Anthony W. Obrien, 20, of Havre de Grace, Maryland, charged with impeding traffic & prearranged racing Hoang T. Nguyen, 44, of Allen, Texas, charged with impeding traffic & prearranged racing Tran Hai Phi, 26, of Jacksonville, Florida, charged with impeding traffic & prearranged racing Haroon Masood, 27, of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania charged with impeding traffic & prearranged racing Tamer Arslanouk, 24, of Waynesville, New Jersey, charged with impeding traffic Saad Ahmed Gil, 25, of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, charged with impeding traffic & prearranged racing. Were these guys messing around on the road? Most likely considering the 911 calls. Did the trooper go overboard in going against traffic and potentially causing a head on collision himself? Absolutely. Was impounding the cars without evidence overboard? Yes. The bottomline? Don't be stupid and don't street race in a large group that will get attention. Source
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    07-14-2017, 06:20 PM
    The BMW F82 M4 GTS is supposed to be the highest performance BMW in the lineup and ready for track duty out of the box. For the asking price of $134,200 you expect to have great equipment. The Ford Shelby GT350R Mustang is half the price yet it comes from the factory with lightweight carbon fiber wheels. What exactly are people paying for on the M4 GTS? HRE shaves 32 pounds just by switching to their R101 wheels. This is with a wider rear wheel: BMW was supposed to shave close to 300 pounds yet missed their claimed M4 GTS weight targets completely. It's no wonder the M4 GTS is getting beaten by everything.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    07-14-2017, 06:11 PM
    The BMW F82 M4 GTS is supposed to be the highest performance BMW in the lineup and ready for track duty out of the box. For the asking price of $134,200 you expect to have great equipment. The Ford Shelby GT350R Mustang is half the price yet it comes from the factory with lightweight carbon fiber wheels. What exactly are people paying for on the M4 GTS? HRE shaves 32 pounds just by switching to their R101 wheels. This is with a wider rear wheel: BMW was supposed to shave close to 300 pounds yet missed their claimed M4 GTS weight targets completely. It's no wonder the M4 GTS is getting beaten by everything.
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  • BQ@BQTuning.com's Avatar
    07-16-2017, 08:58 AM
    I dont have much time to sit and write an article on this, so I thought a video with supplement pics would be good enough till the build is complete. The preliminary install is done with some vacuum line, and vacuum converter conversion deleting the vacuum canisters. Car is ready to roll into the shop so they can fab and run the aluminum inlets to the plastic OEM inlet port so I can removed the regular silicone inlets. I have about another week or two appointment for this so the car will just sit as is when the time comes.Inlets will have a inside 2" diameter, aluminum and coated for heat protection to comply with upgraded twin turbos. Pics below is the connection port the aluminum inlets will connect to going over the engine using the OEM part. To keep up to date on this project you can join me on FaceBook or Contact Me
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    07-14-2017, 05:41 PM
    This is a bargain in the Porsche world. Based on the price in Euros we expected a US Dollar price point of just over $10k. At $7495 from Suncoast Porsche the X51 Power Kit is a huge bargain considering it is also backed by the Porsche warranty. The X51 Powerkit bumps a Carrera S up to GTS spec. That means larger turbochargers and a stated output of 450 horsepower which is a bit conservative based on early dynographs. The real trick here is for someone to figure out how to get the X51 kit working on base 991.2's. That will require aftermarket software to sort as a Porsche dealer will be prevented from doing it either with software roadblocks or simply by company policy. Only for Carrera S/4S models with Sport Chrono Package (QR5). If you don't have Sport Exhaust, you MUST add it. Genuine Porsche engine upgrade kit. Performance increase to 450 hp (331 kW). Includes two larger turbochargers, modified brake cooling (if vehicle is not equipped), optimized engine management, new engine compartment styling trim cover with Carbon inserts, and optional Sport Exhaust System (if not equipped).
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Yesterday, 06:00 PM
    Unfortunately, no details at this time. Those of you thinking about cams will have another option. I hope it works out. No timeframe, specs, pricing, or any other details at this time. Andy will update me when he can.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    07-16-2017, 12:01 AM
    An acceleration comparison between these three cars is something we have already seen but the more data the better, right? A few months back Carwow tested this same trio and the Alfa Romeo was the winner with the Mercedes-AMG C63 S bringing up the rear. Somehow the W205 Mercedes-AMG C63 S goes from last to first. Odd, yet not surprising as the M177 4.0 liter twin turbo V8 is a beast of a powerplant. How do you explain this variance though? These days you have to be wary of a manufacturer providing a ringer. Whatever the reasoning in this test the C63 AMG S is easily the strongest car of the three. It shows its power advantage past 100 mile per hour where it catches up and passes the Alfa en route to 150 miles per hour. That is strong evidence of much more power especially in the heavier W205. Traction plays a huge role and once that is mitigated the C63 is able to stretch its powerful legs.
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  • krazi3azn's Avatar
    07-14-2017, 02:21 AM
    Just snapped my stocks at he drag and replacing them with Mfactory YCW sport axles. Just wondering had anyone snapped these or the DSS ones? Just worried because I've been hearing wheel hop is the main reason stock shafts are getting destroyed. Other than the fact that the stock half shafts are very weak.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    07-15-2017, 11:57 PM
    An acceleration comparison between these three cars is something we have already seen but the more data the better, right? A few months back Carwow tested this same trio and the Alfa Romeo was the winner with the Mercedes-AMG C63 S bringing up the rear. Somehow the W205 Mercedes-AMG C63 S goes from last to first. Odd, yet not surprising as the M177 4.0 liter twin turbo V8 is a beast of a powerplant. How do you explain this variance though? These days you have to be wary of a manufacturer providing a ringer. Whatever the reasoning in this test the C63 AMG S is easily the strongest car of the three. It shows its power advantage past 100 mile per hour where it catches up and passes the Alfa en route to 150 miles per hour. That is strong evidence of much more power especially in the heavier W205. Traction plays a huge role and once that is mitigated the C63 is able to stretch its powerful legs.
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  • A4RingedONE8T's Avatar
    07-17-2017, 11:06 AM
    Thank you to martymil for providing us our first back to back results, stock vs our N54 Port Injection Billet Intake Manifold on a 1M! First dyno is a direct swap of intake manifolds, absolutely NO changes except for intake manifolds Logs, stock intake manifold (Before) and direct swap (After) And with a few flash tweaks/minor retune And a retune log All comments/discussion welcomed! -Shawn-
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  • turco's Avatar
    07-18-2017, 01:59 PM
    We took out our friend new 911 Targa 4 GTS for a ride, here is the footage.
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  • E36luv's Avatar
    07-18-2017, 10:07 PM
    Check it out https://valdosta.craigslist.org/cto/6225849205.html I have too many cars so I am considering selling this one. The car has no issues at all and is my daily driver/highway commuter. It has 133,000 miles on it. I am the second owner. The first owner was an older lady who passed away and she had the car until 120,000 miles. She always serviced it on time at Petes Otto (BMW mechanic in town) it is a 6 speed manual transmission which is somewhat hard to find in a sedan. I installed the single turbo kit at approximately 128,000 miles. The car is currently tuned using a JB4 with the MHD backend flash. It is only on wastegate boost pressure at 10psi and it runs great. I have drove this car to Atlanta, Jacksonville,Orlando and Tampa several times since installing the single turbo and I have had no problems. Somehow getting 26mpg on the highway. This car is ready to be turned up to make ~600whp as it sits now. Onto the details VM Top Mount Twinscroll 6466 Turbo kit BigTom intercooler Burger Tuning charge pipe w/Tial BOV JB4 w/anti lag, 2-step, Bluetooth connect Fuel-it stage 2 LPFP Burger Tuning meth kit (not installed) UUC stage 1 short shift kit N55 ignition coils Walnut blast on intake valves at 125k I'm sure I'm forgetting some things. The exterior is dirty in the pictures, I will update them when it is detailed. I do not need to sell this car and don't really want to so please no low ball offers and absolutely no trades. Please only contact me if you have cash in hand. I can provide more pictures or videos Call or text show contact info $16,999
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    07-18-2017, 02:31 PM
    BimmerBoost is happy to announce Awron GmbH is our newest vendor. You remember Awron from their absolutely incredible BMW engine swaps such as sticking an S63/S63TU V8 into an E63 M6 chassis as well as their BMW N54 engine swap package with the supporting electronics. Awron has lots of goodies for BMW's including this performance display for the BMW F87 M2 N55B30T0: What can it do? All of this: Check it out in action in the videos below: BimmerBoost will be bringing you more Awron product and project details in the coming weeks.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    07-18-2017, 02:23 PM
    BimmerBoost is happy to announce Awron GmbH is our newest vendor. You remember Awron from their absolutely incredible BMW engine swaps such as sticking an S63/S63TU V8 into an E63 M6 chassis as well as their BMW N54 engine swap package with the supporting electronics. Awron has lots of goodies for BMW's including this performance display for the BMW F87 M2 N55B30T0: What can it do? All of this: Check it out in action in the videos below: BimmerBoost will be bringing you more Awron product and project details in the coming weeks.
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