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  • BlackJetE90OC's Avatar
    Yesterday, 12:36 PM
    Axis of Oversteer put F80 M3 on the scales. F80 M3 6-speed manual, standard steel brakes, carbon roof, 19in wheels 3,562 lbs For comparison (obviously on different scales): F90 M3 6-speed manual, competition package 3540 lbs
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  • BuraQ's Avatar
    Yesterday, 01:17 PM
    Is it normal for STFT Banks 1 and 2 to be off from each other, and by how much is considered normal ? The only thing I found when searching was related to an M3 in which its STFT bank 1 was in the negative and bank 2 in the positive is has no relation to my concern. Thanks in advance.....
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  • Ak335i's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:28 PM
    Ak335i started a thread E85 single turbo 6466 logs in N54
    Finally decided to save a couple logs on straight E85 to post up. 6466 custom single turbo 22/23psi E85 Meth flow starting at 5psi and not full flow in these logs.. ill try to get some later with full flow starting around 20psi these are 3rd gear and it was loosing traction bad up top anyway cars running well on e85 been doin this for a while back and forth full e85 abd race gas depending on my mood
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  • lulz_m3's Avatar
    Yesterday, 06:09 AM
    Go fuck yourself klipseracer
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    Yesterday, 04:34 PM i clicked the banner advertised on this site and it took me to that.
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  • 0-60Motorsports's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:49 AM
    Well guys after looking at all the Beisan Vanos refreshes being done and taking part in the WPC Treated Rod Bearings GB I decided it was about time to get to installing these parts to ensure reliability and longevity on my M3s S54. My car has been having a misfire (causing choking at low rpm take off) This will be the first step. Once we solve this we will start on the Vanos and Rod Bearings. My car has 64,400km on the clock and the Rod bearing recall was performed at BMW Bahrain at 29,000km on the clock (meaning recall bearings only have 35,400km on them). Since then I have taken the car out for some track days and some spirited driving. I have only ever used Castrol TWS and change my oil around every 5-6000km. Many will say why change the rod bearing shells. My answer to that is Curiosity, Fun and that order lol. Here are some pics of the parts.... I will update the thread as the work progresses on. First thing sort out the misfire. Then rebuild time :) I want to say a big Thank you to my friends Sean at, Raj At Beisan Systems and M3Dragon.
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  • 07Tundra's Avatar
    Yesterday, 01:13 PM
    They do have a twin shirt also
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  • brusk's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:13 PM
    My buddy has a 2001 Eclipse Spyder with a 4G64 2.4 that needs the engine rebuild. He wants to build the 2.4 and turbo it for a 250-300 WHP toy. Has anybody played with ECUFlash? From what I've read this seems pretty common on older EVO's and the Eclipse is listed as a supported model. He's hoping that ECUFlash or some flash program will be able to alter the current ECU settings to support his turbo needs.
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  • leo985i's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:16 PM
    400+ HP BMW 135i manual transmission twin-turbo straight 6 with 63k miles, owned by an enthusiast with CPO warranty until July. All maintenance is up to date. Rear brakes/rotors, brake fluid flush, 60k mile vehicle check completed on 3/18/14. Car is in very good condition. Oil change done every 7k miles. Odometer sits at around 62.9k. I'm asking $20,000 OBO. Car has the following tasteful modifications: 18" APEX ARC-8 racing wheels (18lbs), JuiceBox 4 stage 3 piggyback tuner (capable of many maps for different fuels for over 500hp), upgraded 5" ETS intercooler, ETS Chargepipe w/HKS BoV, BMS Oil catch can, and BMS AC filters for better engine cooling/noise (I will sell the car with the original set-up, but iclude the BMS AC filters). I also have a Berk Full Sport Catback exhaust and Active Autowerke 3" downpipes for off-road use only; this setup will allow you to make upwards of 500hp, I can include them for an extra price. The car has much better response, sounds way nicer and louder than the stock system with the Berk set-up. In addition, I have the manuals, all maintenance records, and 2 keys. Only thing it needs is rear tires. Please contact me for further details if interested.
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  • uniter's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:49 PM
    As in the title, trying to track down the knock sensors on the wiring loom.
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  • Eric335's Avatar
    Yesterday, 05:07 PM
    Hey Bimmerboost, Today, I am selling both my Active Autowerke 3" downpipes & PROcede Rev2.5 SE. This listing will be for my AA DPs. The listing for my PROcede is linked below this article. Active Autowerke's N54 3" Downpipes Overview The downpipes are in great shape. I drove with them for only about 6k miles. I don't drive very much per year, though. Definite increase in sound volume and sound quality. Significantly lighter than the stockers, I just put them back in today and I forgot how heavy the stock ones are! As any stainless-steel downpipes/exhaust will do, the pipes "goldened" a little bit and show typical wear/mars. Reason for sale: Selling the car. Moving to Washington DC so I won't need a car. Price: $425 (does NOT include gaskets, those can be had for less than $20 shipped, depending upon where you look) Payment: PayPal, or cash if local pick-up (local pick-up includes another discount. I am located in Naples, Florida) Pictures: Please reply or send me a private message! Thanks I live in Naples, Florida, so if anyone local wants to pick it up themselves I'll drop the price! Have a great day and I am looking forward to doing business with you! PROcede sale: Eric335
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