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  • DMSParker's Avatar
    08-24-2017, 12:32 AM
    Hi All, As part of our product development, we want to push our clutches to the limit and make sure we are familiar with the upgrades you are putting on your M5. We would like to build out our 2013 stock M5 test vehicle to put our new Sportman's Plus Clutches to the test and would like to hear from all of you that have achieved big power to let us know what mods you think we should be making, turbos, ECU, injectors, air intakes, internals.. Look forward to hearing back with some ideas and we will start the build and keep you posted on the progress. Thanks, Steve
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    08-24-2017, 06:04 PM
    The GT-R is a bit long in the tooth at this point. It is still a fantastic performance car but once getting up to the $176,585 asking price of the Nismo Edition one has to stop and ask if the car is worth the money today. When the AMG GT R starts about $20k cheaper defending the Nismo becomes all the more difficult. Not to mention the AMG GT R offers better weight distribution, weighs 224 pounds less, and has a newer dual clutch gearbox. Plus there is the more modern and sleeker overall platform. All for less money. So what about how they drive? The AMG GT R sounds better, has less lag, more torque, better brakes, better suspension, and just overall has the more responsive motor. The only downside really is that the Nissan GT R offers more traction which all wheel drive gives you but it comes with weight penalties. These cars are about performance ultimately. Which one is the better performer? They are not dragsters but the Nismo runs the 1/4 mile in 11.0 @ 126.8 compared to 11.4 @ 127.6 for the GT R. All wheel drive provides the elapsed time benefit but the GT R pulls harder. The roadcourse is where they really shine. MotorTrend takes them to Laguna Seca and the AMG GT R crushes the Nismo: The argument is made that it is the tires which have the AMG running so quickly but if that is the case, change the tires on the Nismo and prove it. No tire change will make the Nismo lighter or better balanced than the GT R. Quite simply, the AMG GT R is the better track car.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    09-07-2017, 07:19 PM
    Some cool stuff coming for the N54 shortly from AC-F. Just a teaser of the billet valve cover for now. I'll have more product info to post shortly (right Payam@BMS?)
    34 replies | 3955 view(s)
  • Sw4y1313's Avatar
    08-26-2017, 05:16 PM
    DISCLAMER: This is not to brag which turbos are better, it was a fun night between friends who have similar mods. Anything can happen, so please remember that. So, last night we went out to have some fun to see who was the faster E90, Todd (RBs) or Ivan (MMPs). My 3 second video editing at 0400hrs resulted in this: Camera Car (White): 07 335i 6MT RB Turbos RB NextGen+ @ 24psi / 9 degrees of timing Direct Port Meth Injection + E35 Fuel MFactory LSD w/ 3.46 Final Drive JB4 + Tuned by Duane Pugh (Myself) **This was literally the first time he ran the DP meth, so i was still dialing in fuel scalar. FBO supporting mods Blue Car: 09 335I 6MT MMP Turbos Stage 3 @ 28psi / 12 degrees of timing Direct Port Meth Injection + E40 Fuel MFactory LSD w/ 3.08 Final Drive MHD Tuned by Ken Atkinson **This was his lower boost map, Ken also made him other boost maps upwards of 32+psi. FBO supporting mods 5 Races we conducted from 50mph roll. The rules are first to go 100 over the start speed wins. So by those rules is how the cars are 2 - 2. The 3rd tie breaker run was done but not shown because it was botched. The Camera car did win that one but we voided it for a shitty start. (That is why my count is odd) The Logs: Todd Run 1: Todd Run 2: Todd Run 3: Todd Run 4: Ivan Run 1: Ivan Run 2: Ivan Run 4:
    29 replies | 4610 view(s)
  • Peter @ Pure/PTF's Avatar
    08-23-2017, 02:17 AM
    The M3 has Pure Stage2 turbos and Fuel-IT fuelling upgrades. It's running a BM3 flash with JB4 stacked setup.
    25 replies | 5125 view(s)
  • Sticky's Avatar
    08-29-2017, 05:47 PM
    I haven't heard from trevorlee02 or V8Bait I'm hoping these guys are ok. Not sure how many other members we have that were impacted. Hoping everyone is safe.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    08-24-2017, 03:15 PM
    They finally did it. Last year Syvecs stated the N54 ecu would be delayed until Spring 2017. Early this year they stated they would not provide a timetable but that the ECU was still coming. A smart move, they worked on it without having to constantly provide updates or meet a deadline. That work is completed and here it is: We are happy to present the new Syvecs Ltd BMW N54 PnP kit. The Syvecs BMW N54 Kit brings a new level of engine management control with the worlds first fully integrated standalone ECU. This kit will support the following vehicles: BMW 135 BMW 335 BMW 1M Based on our S6Plus ECU, the N54 will now benefit from all of the features that our S6Plus has to offer. These features will include but are not limited to: • Ability to select desired engine map, boost level, traction and launch control levels through our 8 Position switch or via OEM Cruise control levers. • Supports both manual and DSG transmissions. • Fully adjustable launch control with anti-lag strategies and Ramp in Maps. • Flat Shifting (No need to remove foot from pedal sensor on shifting) • Flex Fuel control integration. • The ability to control aftermarket high pressure and low pressure pumps. • Full Variable Valve Timing control • Closed loop dual lambda control using OEM lambdas. We would like to apologise to all of the owners and garages who have waited patiently over the last 18 months whilst we worked on solving some of the more complicated issues the BMW platform presented. We have now managed to implement full BSD networking, which in turn allows the ECU to communicate with the alternator, reading of the oil levels and oil temperature. This along with creating a smaller Piezo injector driver was the main reason for delay with the launching of the kit. The new Piezo driver has also now been finished, a redesigned smaller unit allows it to fit in the OEM ECU location. After extensive testing with our Beta testers, the ECU has now been run in both extremely cold and hot climates around the world. The kits are currently in stock and available to purchase. It is interesting to note that the E60 is not supported. Additionally, while Syvecs states they have these in stock they do not list the pricing. BimmerBoost will get you that information shortly. A new era of N54 engine and transmission control is finally here.
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  • suspenceful's Avatar
    09-05-2017, 10:58 AM
    I'm creating this thread for a few different reasons. I'd like to get a better idea of how many bad N54s there are out there. Maybe it's my own opinion, but I feel like most people are quiet about blowing up a motor. Whether it's embarrassment or covering a vendor's ass. For those of you who have, please comment with the following info: Mileage: Power: Reason: Now what? I'll start... Mileage: 120k Power: ~600-650whp (MMP Stage 3 twins at 28psi) Reason: Low compression on cylinder #3. Not 100% sure why yet. I was having large ignition drops that I tried chasing down by installing a better intercooler, colder plugs, and the PR ignition upgrade. None of them helped. Eventually it started to misfire on one pull and I still sent it. I'm guessing port injection played a roll in the mess as well. All cylinders were at 170psi, except for #3 was at 70-80psi and went up to 120psi when I added a tablespoon of oil. Now what? I'm still deciding. I'd like to find a lower-mileage stock motor to throw back in. Maybe I'll build my current motor over the next couple years. If you don't want to comment, at least vote in the poll.
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  • totti's Avatar
    08-31-2017, 06:45 PM
    Hey guys, It's time to upgrade my stock LPFP. My car is FBO, inlets, stock turbos, running E45-E50. What is the current trend with fuel-it stage 2 options - Bucketless vs bucket? Sure bucketless flows more but at the compromise of potential fuel starvation under extreme driving conditions. I have with no intentions of ever upgrading turbos or fuel system (PI or meth etc). Which should i purchase? TIA
    21 replies | 3084 view(s)
  • drepai's Avatar
    09-01-2017, 07:15 PM
    drepai started a thread Another Blown N54 in N54
    A few weeks ago I was dialing in my 6466 n54 on straight e85 when cylinder 1 decided to give up and punch a hole in the block. The motor had 90k on the clock, it never saw more that 15 psi on 91 octane, and as far as I know, it was left stock for the first 86,000 miles of it's life. After adding fueling, a Spec stage 3+, and e85 I noticed timing would drop to 0 in all cylinders even on only 17 psi. As boost went up timing started to look worse, 20 psi would almost always result 0 timing across the board even though everything else in the logs looked perfect. This was all with 100% e85 which should have provided more than enough octane for the boost I was running. After tinkering with boost control and fuel bias, timing seemed like it was slowly cleaning itself up. I decided to do a few 26 psi logs to see what happens. Well, after a few pulls I tried one in 4th gear from ~2500 rpm to test spool (20 psi @ 3300 :awesome:). As soon as torque started to come in strong something in cylinder 1 just shattered. Oil and metal everywhere. I've blown a few engines in my time, but this was by far the most dramatic and catastrophic I've seen. I could hear all sorts of metal flying around and hitting stuff in the bay as smoke was seeping out through the cowl. It was wild. Does anyone know what could have caused this? I never did a leak down test on the motor, maybe it was just bad from the start. These motors should be fine in the low 600s torque wise, no? Looking at past logs, there's no indication of excessive timing pull in cylinder 1. Any thoughts? I picked up a junkyard N54 with 40k on it for $2500, I'd like to not have to deal with this again so any advice is greatly appreciated. Here's a bunch of logs from the days prior and some pics. I'll have more pics in a week or so. I'd also like to say that Payam and Anthony have been extremely helpful and responsive through this whole build and now this fiasco. Building/fixing this thing would not have been possible without them. Mods: VM/ACF TS top mount 6466 1.00 A/R (14 PSI Spring) Spec stage 3+ clutch with mFactory steel SMFW Fuel-It stage 3 LPFP Fuel-It port injection + JB4 controller VRSF 7.5" intercooler Phoenix charge pipe + Tial BOV 3.5 bar MAP sensor BMS VTA catch can RB PCV valve + cap JB4 MHD BEF
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  • 135Hoser's Avatar
    09-07-2017, 12:24 AM
    135Hoser started a thread I'm not jealous, But. in S55
    Alright, Currently I've got a 991.2 turbo, 540? hp supposedly underrated, 3516 lbs minimum. If I choose to void the warranty to make it go faster, it'll make it pretty much worthless. It currently doesn't go fast enough. If I wanted to, I could make it so that i got rid of the porsche, I could get a m4 and have about $20k for labour, pure stage 2 turbos, bootmod3, and dct clutches, and my monthly payments would be much lower which would make me much much happier. I only have access to 94 octane (and 91 ACN crap) no e85, so no huge numbers for free. I will likely never have access to e85. I haven't driven an m3/m4 yet. I've owned a f10 m5, and a vtt s2b2 turbo 135i with a spec stage 3+ clutch (which is why I sold the car) and meth/jb4, but quite enjoyed driving a bmw especially one with more power. The porsche has awd though, which I love. But what I hate about the porsche is everyone in traffic just has to be a douche to you, because you are driving a p-car. Its unpleasant. Other than the porsche being kinda slow, and not loud enough, and not holding anything, it's pretty much the perfect car. Does anyone have the book time on doing turbos and doing the clutches? I think I might have someone local todo clutches, just need any special tools? The m3 I was looking at has the following: Premium Package, Executive Package, ConnectedDrive Services Professional, M Double Clutch Transmission, Adaptive M Suspension, Universal Remote Control, Carbon Fibre Trim w/ Black Chrome Highlight, Convenience Telephony w/ Smartphone Connectivity, Speed Limit Info, Black Sapphire Metallic, Black Full Merino Leather, M Performance Carbon Package I was really happy with the full merino leather ( I love leather ) and aside from it needing the matte chrome m3 logo, this is pretty much the ideal car for me. I kinda wanna go with a 2018 to get the wireless charging and new idrive. maybe one day they'll support android auto. How do you m3//m4 owners feel, how about the pure stage 2 owners, are you still having fun? Most importantly, how big of an issue do you feel the crank bolt is on a 2016 with pure stage 2 turbos on pump gas with someone who enjoys punching it at a red light to the speed limit. How does your m3/m4 hook up with pilot super sports with the upgraded turbos. Or do you just limit boost per gear and call it good. Is there a 'valvetronic' exhaust that exists? I like one that gets louder above 3k rpm and only then. All my porsche has is a sound tube that opens to let you hear more of the actual engine. cats/muffler are so restrictive. And a new exhaust is like 9k+. ugh. anyway. I look forward to hearing about just how great the s55 is, and how happy people are with their cars! (oh, and I'm kinda jealous because s55 has such an amazing community, and so many modding parts to buy that are really awesome, and it goes just so stupid fast on stock internals it seems)
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    09-11-2017, 08:43 PM
    Normally I'd do a front page update for something like this but the front page is a bit broken so it will come later. Felt cruel not putting anything up and sitting on this for so long. The bottom mount is coming and it supports the popular BorgWarner EFR options including 7670, 8374, 9174, and 9180. This manifold also supports Garrett GTX and PTE turbos. The Garrett GTX 3076, 3576, 3582, and 3584 for example. For PTE the 6062, 6266, 6466, and 6870 should all fit. It's true that Steedspeed couldn't deliver this. It's also true that Anthony at AC Fabrication is swamped with work but does quality work. Enjoy for now:
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  • martymil's Avatar
    09-13-2017, 12:13 AM
    So i want to put a feeler out there who would be interested in crowd funding a Dmfw and m4 clutch to be transplanted into a post 09 6 bolt crank 135 and 1m Since no one has tried this and its a expensive maybe and to push the platform forward I wanted to give it a go If a big bunch of us chip in and there is a big enough demand it would be a great alternative for us The clutch and flywheel and all associated parts is around 2k Its all bmw oem parts Now if anyone is interested ill put a list of names together and the bigger the group the smaller the donation If it works you get your money back in full, if it doesnt we sell the clutch and you get most of your money back or we can donate it to the cancer council or what ever charity you guys wish Who is interested ?
    22 replies | 1578 view(s)
  • iminhell1's Avatar
    08-28-2017, 02:51 AM
    I would like someone to point out my error if they would please ... I sure hope there is an error :o Log --> Tune --> video for attention, lol
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    09-13-2017, 07:38 PM
    Where do you even begin with this mess? After the article about yet another Dime Racing Huracan horror story BoostAddict was contacted by the owner as well as multiple parties contributing further details. Suffice it to say, Dime Racing is in big trouble. Don't say we didn't warn you. We did. covered this mess involving Steve Atneyel and Rod Shuqom (or whatever he is calling himself these days) of Dime from the beginning. It's all crumbling around them. Let's start with the major points. Dime Racing is crunched for cash. That happens if you take in money and do not deliver products or services but instead use those funds elsewhere. Diverting funds and funneling customer cash into maintaining operations is not a solid business model. Porsche Financial Services wants $216k+ not including legal fees and other damages: Leasing a car for tuning development is not unheard of. Usually high end tuners buy the cars as a leased car is technically not supposed to be modified. Regardless, you need to make the payments either way. Dime Racing did not according to the very well detailed complaint from Porsche Financial: Things do not end there. They also did not pay their rent according to another lawsuit: You can read the landlord's full complaint here: If they can not make the car payments and can not pay their rent, should you be sending your car to them? Oh, it gets better. How about this $1.1 million? Essentially that amounts to just over a million dollars in frozen assets. It seems a lot of people are going the legal route to get what they are owed from Dime Racing. It is doubtful they will see any of it but somebody at Dime at some point is going to have to face the music. In addition to all of this Huracan owner Brian McLevis contacted with additional details from his Dime Racing experience. His car is now headed to Underground Racing to get sorted: There you have it folks. Feel free to read over the complaints and the customer impressions. At this point, is sick of Dime Racing and having to say 'I told you so' regarding them. The legal system can sort this mess out.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    08-24-2017, 08:54 PM
    The Lamborghini Aventador Superveloce it not a drag car. It is designed to be an incredible roadcourse performer which shows with it sub-7-minute Nurburgring laptime. The Tesla Model X on the the hand is a one-trick pony. It does that trick incredibly well as we saw the other day with an 11.427 @ 118.84 quarter mile pass. The Aventador SV was tested by magazines running as quick as 10.4 @ 134.71. This is yet another example of magazine times and real world quarter mile times being very different things. The Model X sets a new record with its 11.418 elapsed time. The Aventador wins by just edging the elapsed time but it is much faster trapping 129.38 miles per hour: The Model X P100D is the quickest and fastest SUV in the world. The Lamborghini Aventador is a completely different kind of car. If you want to see this same Aventador SV in some more runs against a Model S P100D, here you are:
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  • nikitino25's Avatar
    09-19-2017, 05:27 PM
    nikitino25 started a thread Slower with DCI's in N54
    I recently replaced my homemade Mr5 intake with a new set of dual cone intakes but now my car is noticeably slower. Do I need to reset some adaptations or something? I have full bolt ons with a custom tune, stock turbos and just 93 octane. My tuner said no changes to the tune would need to be made with the intake switch since they are both "upgraded" intakes. The proof I have that my car is slower now (and it's not just in my head) is that the top speed of my car is lower now.....
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    08-30-2017, 11:10 PM
    BMW put out a video showing the F90 M5 launch control in action and of course everyone started uploading it to Youtube as if it was their own. The point is the video shows the real emphasis of the new F90 generation M5 and that is off the line acceleration. Drag racing if you will. The M5 is supposed to be a four-door sports car that can dominate the roadcourse. The thing is, we have seen a shift where M owners care more about straightline power than anything else. What did you expect when M started putting out SUV's? The funny thing is, those SUV's could often times beat the M5 as M5 owners are notorious for struggling to launch their cars. In all fairness, a high torque rear wheel drive car is difficult to launch on the street. The M5 will not be a stoplight warrior and with more weight on the front end of the car less of a balanced track toy you rotate with the throttle. BMW to their credit is allowing to select a rear wheel drive mode but that does not remove any weight from the front of the car. It's a drag car now. It launches with no drama and the launch control system doesn't even make the tires squeal with a 3k rpm launch. You will notice the driver short shifts a couple times rather than having the car handle the gearshifts likely to prevent people on the internet from figuring out the acceleration figures. Suffice it to say, the car will be quick in a straight line and will no longer struggle at stop lights.
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  • trevorlee02's Avatar
    09-06-2017, 06:39 PM
    So, assuming most people know, Harvey came and went and left a lot of damage in the Houston area. I have been consumed with helping people in the area to get their vehicles back to operational after flood damage with not having full coverage insurance... not to mention having to also make some repairs to my house due to rain/wind damage that apparently came in from my roof that decided to let go on the 2nd day of raining... Day before Harvey started impacting our area, my wife's 08 528i decided to no longer retain the power steering fluid within the system. I started removing the leaking power steering rack when Harvey made landfall. TODAY I tried to raise and support the engine with my hoist that was placed outside of my shop because it took up too much room... needless to say, it is full of water and won't raise up... I went onto the West side of Houston to pickup some seals for my hoist and found myself next to a 2016 Mustang GT on the interstate while coming back home. At about 160 something, while beating the hell of the Mustang I started smoking bad..??? Go figure... Anyways, pulled into my local Murphy's gas station to top off on E85 and found a rather large puddle of oil accumulating on the ground towards the back of my engine... :facepalm Got the car back home, jacked it up and found the leaking culprit with my borescope... seems as though the rear main seal decided to give ZERO $#cks about sealing the engine... so, does anyone have any tips, tricks, specially stuff I might want to do while I'm in there. Assuming it's the same as my other (ONLY working vehicle) carburetor car. Pull back or drop tranny, remove torque converter, flex plate, remove 1 piece seal and reinstall new one??? Update for the BB App... well, after explaining the above items I'm not sure how much is expected, but I have been working on the tuning portion currently. After I get both of our cars working again then I'll get back on the application. Currently we only have one vehicle that only I can drive, my 67 Mustang (wife will NOT drive my car, even in an emergency she is NOT allowed to do so)! I believe the app can be fully finished and functional within the next few weeks, as long as I get my other vehicles running fairly quickly, OR if there is someone in the area that feels like repairing these! :-) Currently I do not have a version of the flash only portion to send out or upload to the website. It is a whole app that will be done at one time, then updated as needed. The functions are all working properly for flashing, changing various values, tuning the bin files, and various other items. There won't be a beta version released for the newest version. I have tested various functions on my car, and a few others who I've had the opportunity to flash and tune remotely. The flash and tune works great with the JB4, as shown to the Mustang today on the highway before I blew my rear main seal... Terry@BMS Btw, I found my pcv system to have an extremely kinked hose which prevented any flow, I believe this might be the reason to my failed seal. I have been pushing about 23 psi on the stock turbos (WGDC - 100%), only issue seems to be the stinking FMIC connections that cant seem to stay connected...
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  • TwistedTuning's Avatar
    09-06-2017, 09:28 PM
    We Never Stop......Sneak peek at the start of what is shooting for being the first 750+whp (already made 730whp) E-series N55. The year of the N55. Flash only tuning by us here at Twisted Tuning with MHD Flasher from MHD Tuning DCT/GTX3583R Gen2/Direct Port Meth Injection #TwistedTuning #BMW #335i #335xi #DCT #MethInjection #MHDFlasher #Horsepower #Torque #e90post #bimmerboost #N55 #Snowperformance #Directport #Carswithoutlimits 26psi Log screenshot by Justin Whitted, on Flickr DCT Rowing through the gear at 27+psi in 6th gear. No Misfires, no problem. GTX3583R Gen2 with Meth 27.5psi multi-gear by Justin Whitted, on Flickr Stay Tuned For updates........
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  • JSR1256's Avatar
    09-09-2017, 10:06 PM
    As the title states. I'm trying to flash a older mhd map that's not compatible with BB flasher. What tables do I need to change in TP? If you can provide me with which tables, I can figure out the rest. Thanks
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    08-29-2017, 12:47 AM
    Maybe somebody knows what the torque record is for the factory turbos. Car is tuned by PureEvilN54
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    09-18-2017, 09:00 PM
    Ok, I keep getting messages, e-mails, PM's, etc., asking me when the new tuning app will be out. The answer? When it's done. But seriously, soon. As in the next few weeks. After the beta period and after many requests were made @trevorlee02 decided to incorporate many things people asked for and he added his own tuning interface along with engine logging. Basically, it is better to get it right with the new features rather than rush it out. Trevor will post some screengrabs as to what it is in store tomorrow in this thread. I just wanted to update you guys so you know it is being worked on and so you stop bugging me :P Every map out there that can be flashed will be able to be flashed through the new app and all cables are supported. Interfaces will be PC with mobile coming shortly after with Android AND ios support. What I can tell you guys is this. The new features will blow you away. Additionally, additional BMW tuning platforms (motors) will be supported and rolled out incrementally. I will not tell you what those are just yet but I think the BMW tuning world is going to get a bit of a shock. Good times ahead :)
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    09-19-2017, 07:05 PM
    Have had more people e-mailing about this and it's a bigger issue than people talk about. Obviously, port injection is necessary for higher hp builds but how do people control it and what is the proper way to control the injectors? People use the JB4 and Split Second but I don't know if either of these are the proper way to really go about it. Not trying to throw anyone under the bus: This needs to be discussed though: Syvecs seems to be the only solution that has true control right now unless anyone knows otherwise? It just seems crazy to me to pay for a big motor build and run a ton of power only to manage supplemental fuel injectors in a dangerous manner. There may also be better ways to do this without a standalone on the horizon.
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  • Ericbh77's Avatar
    08-23-2017, 01:32 PM
    Custom bottom mount single scroll manifold with RB plate. $200.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    08-31-2017, 05:54 PM
    Thought this was worthy of its own topic as with the Syvecs guys will be able to swap a DCT into any N54, no problem. How does it work? Well, the physical TCU is in the gearbox and physically reaching it is pretty much impossible unless you remove the trans. You can see it in these pics here: As Syvecs takes the place of the factory ECU it is also sending all commands to the DCT TCU now. It can tell it to do things the factory ECU can't or things that tuners haven't cracked and maybe never will. Here: So while Syvecs isn't taking place of the physical TCU it's controlling the TCU with greater ability than the factory computer.
    8 replies | 1711 view(s)
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