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  • Down4it's Avatar
    Today, 09:05 PM
    InstaKarma! Haha
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  • turbocripple's Avatar
    Today, 08:56 PM
    Haha, glad you like them, yeah that was me. How did you do, I never got a chance to see you make a pass, also did you see/know the guy with the turbo e46 m3?
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  • danniexi's Avatar
    Today, 08:34 PM
    danniexi replied to a thread O2 Codes in N54
    Stupid question, did you take out the DP fix? If so, did you uninstall properly? Make sure that the yellow wires are in the correct position. I have doubts with the leaky injector. My story with mixture codes + O2 codes... 1. Replaced both pre-cat O2 sensors. Still got mixture codes. (29E0/29E1 and P0171/P0174)... i memorized these by heart. 2. Had inspection, used O2 sims (DP Fix). Codes never came back. Told to uninstall since they mess with fuel trims. K fine. Remove DP fix, codes come back. 3. I have all six injectors replaced with the new updated ones (one injector index -11, the rest are -12), with new spark plugs to get ride of mixture codes/lean codes. Happen less often, but codes come back. 4. Was told that the two yellow wires (pin 19-20) on the small black sub connector are reversed. I switch them back. Mixture and lean codes are gone, just stuck with 2C7E (trim control) and 2C6A (post cat sensors muddled/reversed). 5. Replace both POST-CAT O2 sensors. Verified that they are installed correctly. 6. 2C7E/2C6A codes come back. 7. Switched the yellow wires (from dp fix uninstall) back again. No codes so far and car runs fine with NO stumbling at start up. I have yet to do more testing but will come back to verify that my troubles are gone for good. Here's the thing that freakin confuses me. On the BMS install sheet, it says that the yellow wire with the stamping goes into pin 19 and the blank yellow wire goes to 20. But on my car, pin 18 has the stamping number 566, and one of the yellow wires has the number stamped 568. Logic dictates that the yellow wire stamped with 568 should go to pin 20 and not 19, yet the instructions on the bms install state that the stamped number goes in 19. Not to mention that as I go up the pin slots, one of the other wires corresponds to the same increasing number scheme (572 in 24 i think). Anyways, unless I'm wrong and if so, someone please set me straight as this is confusing the hell out of me.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Today, 08:26 PM
    Got what he deserved.
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  • AdminTeam's Avatar
    Today, 08:16 PM
    Welcome to a real enthusiast forum BradRound.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Today, 08:15 PM
    Daimler is messing around with all its naming schemes and the latest genius idea someone in their office had was to bring back the Maybach moniker. You probably know that Maybach was officially killed off in 2013 and Mercedes announced it would do so back in 2011. So what is going on here? Mercedes is splitting the car division three ways. Mercedes-Benz will denote the standard cars. Mercedes-AMG will be used with the performance cars. Mercedes-Maybach will now denote their premium luxury segment. This certainly brings up a lot of questions such as what will the first Mercedes-Maybach car be? Is Mercedes still doing the Pullman long wheelbase S-Class or will that now be a Maybach model after Mercedes specifically stated they were getting away from the Maybach name? Who knows what they intend to do but Maybach, at least for now, appears to be back. Source
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  • Tifosielia's Avatar
    Today, 08:09 PM
    Tifosielia replied to a thread Bimmerboost Flash Questions in N54
    Or you could if your good with computers. Its all detailed online and the files are readily available.
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  • Tifosielia's Avatar
    Today, 08:07 PM
    Tifosielia replied to a thread Bimmerboost Flash Questions in N54
    Relax, it wouldn't be the end of the world. If you lose the stock .bin you will have to flash the ECU with WinFKP. Your local BMW coder can probably do it for you.
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  • AdminTeam's Avatar
    Today, 08:04 PM
    Hey AceBoom: :text-welcomewave:
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  • N54GASM's Avatar
    Today, 07:28 PM
    N54GASM started a thread 335XI 6MT bin file? in N54
    Hi guys, In trying to download the bms flash to accompany my JB4 G5 I recently installed. I have a KLINE version (build date 3/07) and uploading my stock bin file is practically impossible. I noticed there was a stock bin file that might work for my car, but the bin file is from a 'i' model. will this still work? or if anyone has a bin file I could use, it would be greatly appreciated.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Today, 07:25 PM
    I'll be sure to cover these at SEMA.
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  • HRE_Wheels's Avatar
    Today, 07:21 PM
    So we launched the 3-piece HRE Classics a few weeks ago, and since then, we've been receiving requests about 1-piece versions... So without further adieu, we give you the HRE Classic Monoblok Series! The new Classic Monoblok line debuts with five new styles in 1-piece form including the 300M mesh, the 301M split-9-spoke, the 303M 13-spoke, the 305M 5-spoke, and the 309M 19-spoke. The Classic line is available in diameters ranging from 18 to 22 inches. Widths range from 8 to 13 inches. Also available in center lock. Feel free to PM us with any questions regarding fitment or pricing! Enjoy.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Today, 07:20 PM
    These are going to sell quite well. Good stuff as always HRE.
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  • AdminTeam's Avatar
    Today, 07:17 PM
    Hey NidaCuni: :text-welcomewave:
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  • DQE92's Avatar
    Today, 07:05 PM
    DQE92 replied to a thread VTT Billet Stage 2 track results in N54
    @turbocripple Was this white 135i I saw yesterday at Byron dragaway? If so love the license plate.
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  • AdminTeam's Avatar
    Today, 06:56 PM
    Hey That1Guy949: :text-welcomewave:
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  • AdminTeam's Avatar
    Today, 06:47 PM
    Welcome Bori87, take a look around, I think you will like what you see.
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  • BMtroubleYOU's Avatar
    Today, 06:36 PM
    Great results here on a built motor supercharged E46 M3 which belongs to BimmerBoost member BMtroubleYOU. He got his S54 engine built by VAC Motorsports who dropped the compression to 11.0:1 (the OEM S54 is 11.5:1). He also added the VAC Motorsports Stage 1 ported cylinder head. Next up was a VF-Engineering VF570 kit which includes a Vortech V3si blower. As the motor is built he upped the boost to 14 psi along with 50/50 water methanol injection. The result is an impressive 633 wheel horsepower pull although there is a bit of a spike at the end. Regardless, there are multiple pulls over 600 wheel horsepower and this is one of the strongest supercharged E46 M3's in the world. Full details in the owner's own words below along with the dynographs. Gentlemen, After all these deployments and First Sergeant duties, I finally got to finish my project. For those that are in the M3 Forum, and followed my build seeing my M3 being build from the beginning, Well finally, here it is. The dyno sheet is also attached. I was at the Cars & Coffee meet in Austin this past Sunday with a group of BMW enthusiasts from the Killeen TX area. VAC Lower engine build 11:1 CR Stage 1 VAC head Vortech V3 Si trim 14 PSI Bimmerworld 3.5 Y pipe (half way to 3") Headers wrapped all the way to the 3" reducer (halfway of car) 3" resonator and El Diablo Exhaust AEM Water methanol controller, Labonte Motorsports Nozzles, Devils own 300 PSI pump 50/50 W/M, 7 nozzles, 1 precharger and 6 to the individual throttle bodies 3 seven inch fans, 1 to custom oil cooler and 2 behind the Frozen boost dual pass intercooler. wrapped all hoses with heat reflector tape , then header wrap. AEM in tank Fuel pump. inline Walbro 255 w/ Aeromotive FPR. current @ 4 bar. much more.....
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  • SteveAZ's Avatar
    Today, 06:33 PM
    At what point are you terminating the -6an line? Thanks Yeah....but no...we have other plans for you. ;)
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Today, 06:29 PM
    There are major changes in store for the Porsche 911, that much is certain. However, a recent report from CAR stated that when the 991 generation receives its mid-cycle refresh all models will be turbocharged. CAR is taking some major liberties with the details and that is what they typically do. To begin with, CAR does not have an official source on this. They do not have a quote from anyone, a picture of a turbo engine, or anything to go along with this report other than a test mule they are guessing off. We do know that Porsche has tested a new turbocharged powerplant in the 991 Carrera / Carrera S body but the motor was a turbo four-cylinder and not the new turbo flat-6 being reported. Now, the new turbo boxer four-cylinder engine is expected to be a fully modular platform and essentially the 911 flat-six with two cylinders removed and boost added. CAR says Porsche will downsize the flat-6 engine to 2.9 liters from 3.4. That certainly is possible as the four-cylinder will not hit that displacement. Where things get very speculative is that CAR states the 911 Carrera will go up to 400 horsepower. Ok, fine, that is possible. They then state the Carrera S will get a turbo 3.8 liter and go to 530 horsepower. Well, um, is that not basically what the 911 Turbo is? The Carrera S has never swelled by over 100 horsepower with a refresh and this redundancy in the lineup with the Turbo does not make sense. A rear wheel drive turbo 911 is a GT2 isn't it? Porsche stated the level of power they are making creates traction issues for a turbo rear wheel drive 911 plus the Carrera S also is available as a 4S. CAR is just guessing wildly. The GT3 will remain naturally aspirated so all 911's will not be turbo. At least not yet but signs sure point toward this. We will have to wait and get concrete details from a source that can actually tell us what the source for information actually is. Source
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