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  • dyezak's Avatar
    06-25-2017, 12:05 AM
    dyezak started a thread Stock 335is DCT ROM in N54
    Stock 335is DCT ROM Stock 335is DCT ROM Stock 335is DCT ROM
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    06-21-2017, 01:14 AM
    There was a time where HRE Wheels were the most desireable wheels on the market. They had an unbeatable combination of looks, pricing, and performance. Along the way something happened and HRE has moved away from performance and focused more on profit margins. Their new RS2M and RS3M series of wheels retail for $2100 per rim. Why? What justifies that price tag? Are they lightweight? No. Do the have some sort of technologically advanced materials? No. Do they offer a new or stunning design? No. Frankly, you would be hard pressed to tell this is a new wheel line unless HRE told you. Here is what HRE's president had to say about them. Translation: We ran out of ideas and this is a cheap way to reintroduce our same old tired designs at a premium. As a matter of fact, I remember those lines of his on a previous wheel line introduction. He is using the same lines from a 2015 wheel release: http://www.boostaddict.com/content.php?6019-HRE-launches-their-new-RS1M-series-of-Monoblok-wheels-in-six-styles-RS100M-RS101M-RS102M-RS103M-RS105M-and-RS108M HRE's president then: They rearrange a few words, use the same basic press release, and here we are with a 'new' $2100 per wheel line. When was the last time HRE actually was innovative? Why aren't they offering high performance and lightweight composite rims for some of their exorbitant prices? Do not think BoostAddict has some axe to grind here as the BimmerBoost.com M3 wears HRE wheels. The thing is, when the HRE C90 wheels were purchased eight years ago they were chosen because they were the lightest on the market offering a great blend of performance, strength, weight, looks, and cost. HRE does not even bother to include what the rims weigh any longer. What happened to the performance aspect? It seems to have taken a similar tumble as their customer service. HRE just seems to be all about squeezing out every last dime by recycling as many tired designs as they can. This is stuff we have all seen before except now we get a higher price tag along with absolutely no performance benefit. BoostAddict was shocked when inquiring about current HRE wheel weights. They haven't gotten lighter, that is for sure. This article will not change anything nor will any words written by anyone as HRE is a juggernaut and too big to care. However, many enthusiasts do care how they spend their money and this one in particular is going to look elsewhere for a set of performance rims.
    25 replies | 838 view(s)
  • dyezak's Avatar
    06-21-2017, 01:40 PM
    So as we all know with E9x N54 cars getting cheaper and cheaper people are buying them who don't have the money to maintain them. I found one such woefully neglected 335is. Neglect is an understatement, abuse is more like it. But I decided to pick it up to see if I could save the ole girl. It's a 2011 Black 335is DCT w/NAV on Oyster (white) leather interior with 43,000mi on the clock. It was previously wrecked, fixed, then sold to a foreign national (STEM VISA) college kid. The kid knew nothing about cars really and had little to no money. So whatever maintenance and repair work was done was at the local BMW dealership...but because he couldn't afford BMW Dealer prices he didn't get nearly everything done that was needed. Combine the body abuse (curb rash rims, bumper checks, scratches, scrapes, etc) with the missing maintenance and the fact that he has to leave the country in 5 days due to his visa expiring...I got a PHENOMINAL deal on the car. As in fly your ass out there, hand the guy some cash, grab the title and roll before someone else did. I'll be repairing the car and trying to bring it back to her former glory and might document what can be expected on a car like this since these types of scenarios are more and more common.
    16 replies | 1316 view(s)
  • Sticky's Avatar
    Yesterday, 07:33 AM
    Maybe 2017 will be the year of the N54 camshafts. Schrick officially released their option earlier in the year and the first US batch was claimed by enthusiasts. The thing is there is yet to be a single person showing positive results with the Schrick cams although several people are making such claims. Schrick obviously is a large supplier of camshafts with close OEM ties but Cat Cams in Belgium also has a history of delivering hot BMW cams. Cat Cams provides the specifications on their three flavors of N54 camshafts but pricing information is not provided. A dealer would likely have this info. Additionally, BimmerBoost does not know of any N54 members trying out or running the Cat Cams offering but this will likely change as tuning options for cams flesh out.
    18 replies | 383 view(s)
  • Rory's Avatar
    06-23-2017, 05:31 AM
    Rory started a thread 335is map for U.K. I8aos? in N54
    As per thread title has anyone converted a bin for us 335is for a uk manual i8aos car ? Looking to try this out and I'm a complete newbie to tuning of maps so I don't know how to change it to suit my uk manual. Just thought I'd see if anyone has done it before ?
    15 replies | 1030 view(s)
  • Sticky's Avatar
    Yesterday, 06:51 AM
    The BMW M3 and M4 S55 motor is doing impressive things on the factory fuel system. The direct injection system is upgraded compared to N54 and N55 era BMW I6's. Getting bigger injectors for direct injection never seemed to be a problem on those older motors but getting pumps to drive fuel through them sure was (and is). AWRON in Germany says they have upgraded high flow injectors for the S55 direct injection system. That is about all they say though. No details such as flow, pricing, or what kind of power levels these will support are provided. Maybe the S55 motor will not have to lean as heavily on methanol and port injection in high power setups.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    06-22-2017, 05:57 PM
    Let's see what MM Performance says:
    11 replies | 920 view(s)
  • Sticky's Avatar
    06-21-2017, 10:56 PM
    Here is an easy way for F10 M5 owners to make sure they are ahead of the F90 M5 when it hits the streets. Simply get an ECU flash and some downpipes. This car features tuning by HCP through the PTF Bootmod3 system which tuners seem to be loving. A trap speed over 130 miles per hour for the 4300+ pound boat with just bolt on modifications is great to see. No methanol here, just regular fuel. If the owner wants more he can change the turbos and go big but this is a safe and reliable package that is hardly pushing the envelope but providing a big performance boost. If you have an F10 M5 and haven't flashed your car yet, what are you waiting for? An F90 M5 or W213 E63 beatdown?
    13 replies | 108 view(s)
  • TEC's Avatar
    06-25-2017, 05:24 PM
    So I've been trying to self tune my car. I have been reading everything I could get my hands on so that I can understand the DME. (Thanks to all of those that have publicly posted tuning information!) I came across this thread: http://www.boostaddict.com/showthread.php?62771-BMW-N54-Boost-Control-PID-and-Tuning-Limits&highlight=tuning+wiki Supposedly at one time there was a tuning wiki being developed. What happened to this project?
    11 replies | 723 view(s)
  • AWSAWS's Avatar
    06-22-2017, 05:31 PM
    AWSAWS started a thread 634HP? in N54
    Hi Guys, as ever I've been doing some tweaks to the car. I got the chance for a quick WOT run after work. Loading this into virtual dyno it looks like 539WHP and 634 HP at the crank. Just checking. Is VD estimating wheel horse power? I know any numbers it spits out have to be taken with a pinch of salt. My old stockers never passed 450WHP with this kind of a tune and fuel. This was on 93 pump gas with my custom port meth injection and 23 pounds of boost. Vargas GC turbos. The timing was nice and stable without any significant drops. I need to do some E50+meth test hits now
    7 replies | 775 view(s)
  • 07Tundra's Avatar
    06-24-2017, 01:25 AM
    07Tundra started a thread Solid Drive-Shaft in N54
    Looking for a solid driveshaft company that is not outrageous does not have to be CF
    7 replies | 813 view(s)
  • Sticky's Avatar
    06-25-2017, 07:08 AM
    BPC (Bimmer Performance Center) is a relatively new vendor on BimmerBoost. You may have read about their awesome M57 diesel tuning packages or their new F80/F82 S55 engine tuning recently. They put together this technical video on the N54 and N52 blocks before officially coming on board and it is well worth your time. The N54 engine block is often discussed in the forums. If you have sixteen minutes to spare watch the video below and learn a few things. If not, BimmerBoost will summarize it for you: * The N52 block includes magnesium for weight savings. N54 has steel liners. * The N54 is built more for strength than weight. * The cooling pipes are located in different areas. * The N52 does not have oil drains for turbos as it is naturally aspirated. * The N54 has a smaller bore of 84 mm. N52 is 85 mm. * The N54 has a longer stroke of 89.6 mm. The N52 88 mm. * The N54 has a smaller bore for more cylinder material. * The bottom end design is identical. * Forged crank on the N54 and cast crank on the N52. * 8-bolt main on the N54, 6-bolt on N52. * N54 cylinder head bolt is 11 mm. N52 cylinder head bolt is 10 mm. Both have 9 mm bolts in cylinders 6 and 1. * Both rods are forged. N52 has smaller 8 mm rod bolt. * N54 has larger 22 mm wrist pin to the N52 20 mm. * N52 is higher compression with N52B25 11.0.0:1 and N52B30 10.7:1. * N52 head gasket has larger cooling passages. * N52 head will physically fit an N54.
    9 replies | 374 view(s)
  • Zombie1's Avatar
    06-24-2017, 07:12 PM
    Zombie1 started a thread RK tunes? in N54
    I came across a page on instagram called RK tunes that "specialize" in BMW tuning. I've never heard of them but they seem to have a healthy following on the east cost. Anyone have experience with this company? Your input would be greatly appreciated!
    7 replies | 665 view(s)
  • Sticky's Avatar
    Yesterday, 01:52 PM
    I don't know about you guys, but the nostalgia alone is enough reason for me to buy it: The 20 games it comes with are: Contra III: The Alien Wars Donkey Kong Country EarthBound Final Fantasy III F-ZERO Kirby Super Star Kirby’s Dream Course The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past Mega Man X Secret of Mana Star Fox Star Fox 2 Street Fighter II Turbo: Hyper Fighting Super Castlevania IV Super Ghouls ’n Ghosts Super Mario Kart Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars Super Mario World Super Metroid Super Punch-Out!! Yoshi’s Island
    6 replies | 716 view(s)
  • dyezak's Avatar
    06-24-2017, 10:24 AM
    3 weeks ago (by chance) I happened to see a Black 2011 335is w/NAV for sale in San Francisco with 43k mi on the clock, $10k. I wasn't shopping for one, just stumbled across it. My wife and I were headed out to Jamaica for vacation anyhow, so it was merely interesting. While in Jamaica however I checked the ad and it was still there. Surely it was a scam, but I was curious so I texted the owner. It turned out he responded, with the VIN, and a bunch of pics. I ran the VIN through a VIN decoder and CARFAX and everything was lining up with his ad/story: previously wrecked at 30k mi (CARFAX verified), fixed, bought by this guy (2nd owner), daily driven for 13k mi. Paint damage on bumpers and door, missing rear view mirror, non-functional navigation, and the engine needs a valve cover gasket. That's all I knew while reviewing the car ad, and text messages while on the beach. I got home and decided to call the guy this past Sunday. We talked and he disclosed his VISA was ending and he had to leave country. He answered all my questions and I was reasonably assured that while there might be other small things wrong with the car, overall it was as described. So I bought a ticket for Tuesday morning to fly to San Francisco from Dallas TX and arranged for the owner to meet me at the airport. I get off the plane and meet the owner, put my luggage in the trunk, jump in the car and go for a ride. It's pretty much as described I got home and decided to call the guy this past Sunday. We talked and he disclosed his VISA was ending and he had to leave country. He answered all my questions and I was reasonably assured that while there might be other small things wrong with the car, overall it was as described. So I bought a ticket for Tuesday morning to fly to San Francisco from Dallas TX and arranged for the owner to meet me at the airport. I get off the plane and meet the owner, put my luggage in the trunk, jump in the car and go for a ride. It's pretty much as described, but I found a few items and using my iPad while in the passenger seat researched them on the drive. We got to his parking garage and I was able to dig into the car more and make my determination. This is what I found: Both bumpers paint damaged (fixable, simple repaint) Driver's door paint damaged and dented (needed a replacement, ebay said $400 shipped) Driver's rear view mirror housing cracked (ECS says $37 for the pre-painted part) Paint in poor condition (my experience says it'll buff out) Interior rear view mirror gone (owner had it in the trunk) Check engine light on Valve cover gasket leaking Rims have more curb rash than any car ever Navigation non-functional (but everything else works) Slight vibration on initial braking (probably mildly warped rotor) Pulls just a tiny bit to the right (alignment will fix) Dash has a "discoloration" on the passenger side...totally fixable So that's all the bad, how about the good? Unmodified, 43k mi, DCT is perfect, rides great, drives ok, but I feel misfires... I had a tablet with MHD on it so I plugged it in and pulled the codes. Misfire cyl #5 . My spidy senses or telling me that the leaking valve cover has oil contaminated a coil or two and we are seeing the fallout. I can fix everything except the paint for a few hundred dollars. I even have a full set of wheels and tires at home with TPMS sensors installed I can bolt on...no problems there. And I can repair the bumpers without much effort, just a repaint. All the problems seem to be superficial maintenance and neglect issues, so we drive to the bank, transfer funds ($9k) and title and I'm on my way back to Dallas through Phoenix; which is where this story gets its name. I had a 2 day business meeting to make in Phoenix and had to go that way to get home. I just happened to decide to drive an unknown car from San Francisco, through L.A., through the southwest desert, into Phoenix during the biggest heat wave of the last 50y. I saw 113F in south Cali where it rarely ever gets over 95F on a bad day. And entering the western Arizona desert at 10pm I saw 118F on the dash (I didn't get a pic of that :()!! But that wasn't to be the worst...little did I know at the time, but the following day I was going to be in Phoenix when they topped 120F. Guess what? The car never skipped a beat. I used MHD and monitored my coolant, oil and intake temps. Coolant and oil were ROCK SOLID, and while IAT's were off the charts, what do you expect when you are starting with 120F air! The interesting part? When the meetings I had to attend ended, I jumped in the car and started driving to Dallas. My team that flew into Phoenix were stranded because it was too hot for planes to fly. All flights canceled hahaha. Photos coming soon as I upload them. Pic texted to me while in Jamaica: Pic of the damaged rear bumper texted to me in Jamaica: Pic of 113F in Pasadena CA:
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  • xLOGANx's Avatar
    Today, 02:51 AM
    Seems like every 2-3 yrs im replacing the coolingmist pump.Is that normal life span of methanol pumps?Thinking just to buy the top part head instead of whole pump. Would a 250psi 1.2flow pump be better then a 300psi 1.0 flow?Or is there a pump out there that lasts longer or is this just normal maint. due to meth sitting all year round in pump?What are you Meth users do with your setup & longevity.Might try the Port Meth & want to setup with a good pump if there is one.
    8 replies | 269 view(s)
  • AWSAWS's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:33 AM
    AWSAWS started a thread Fueling on hybrids in N54
    Hi Guys, I have been trying to run E50 with meth injection. I am working with Trebila and he's doing a great job. However the fueling appears to be an issue for my car. Is 20+ psi on GC turbos, running E50 and meth injection ( with stage 2 fuel-it low pressure pump) just too much too ask? My port injection meth system should flow alot of meth. Any way I can calculate how much air is being moved and how much fuel is required. Say 11 degrees at 6800, AFR\lambda of 0.85 I basically don't know if my hpfp is weak or lpfp is maxed or maybe 02 sensors are reading wrong. I have tried resetting adaptations. I was basically wondering with a jb4 and a flash would it be a good idea to drive a bit with the jb4 off? To help learn in values? I've attached a log when running 23% ethanol and meth. HPFP still went too low. Thanks.
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  • 135inreag's Avatar
    Today, 11:29 AM
    wannaGOFAST - Georgia 1/2 Mile Shootout - September 16 and 17, 2017!! wannaGOFAST.com is proud to present the 6th Bi-Annual Georgia 1/2 Mile Shootout! This incredible 2-DAY event will be held on September 16 and 17 at the Prestigious Heaven’s Landing Airport (www.heavenslanding.com) in Clayton, Ga. Nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains this airport is more of a work of art then a place to land your plane……….or in our case race your cars!! Come join us for 2 FULL DAYS of, side-by-side, HALF MILE racing at this rare and exclusive location. All of our participants will be given a chance to take their vehicle’s Top Speed down Heavens Landing’s private 5069 ft runway and race door-to-door against the competitor of their choice!! See what it’s finally like to race without the restrictions of speed limits, on what is basically your own private interstate in the mountains!! This event is limited to only 135 cars per day and is sure to sell out quick!! So register today and we promise to make your automotive DREAMS come true!! CLICK HERE for detailed info on things to do and places to stay in Clayton, GA. The event address is: Heaven's Landing 1271 Little Creek Road Clayton, GA 30525 Event Date: September 16 & 17, 2017 Driver's CLICK HERE to register now for the Georgia 1/2 Mile Shootout! Or you can visit www.wannagofast.com for more details! Pricing: Drivers: $250/ea (per day) in advance, or $450 for a 2-Day Pass. All Driver's will be treated to a private catered lunch! Driver’s you must Pre-Pay Online! *There is no limit to the number of passes you can make! You will only be restricted by the turnover time that each runs takes. Spectators: Adults: $20/ea (per day), or Weekend Pass $35/ea Children 12 and under: $10/ea (per day) The event is limited to 135 cars per day, no motorcycles All driver’s will be required to wear SNELL SA2010+ helmets for this event. We take cash only at the gate for spectators. You can also purchase tickets online! Spectators must provide their own tents and chairs for this event. All speeds will be recorded with a dual-lane speed trap system. DRIVER REGISTRATION WILL OPEN ON JUNE 30, 2017 AT 8AM EASTERN TIME!!! ** NOTICE ** All Drivers and Crew must read the event registration waivers, tech sheet, forms, general event rules and rules & regulations. Rules & Safety If you need to contact us please do so by emailing us at info@wannagofast.com or you can give us a call at 850-585-5168 and we will be happy to discuss any questions or inquiries you may have! https://wannagofast.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/17-012-WGF-GA-Flyer-P170626v2.pdf
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  • cmg5461's Avatar
    06-21-2017, 05:37 PM
    cmg5461 started a thread Timing drops at WOT in N54
    http://www.datazap.me/u/cmg5461/timing-drops-wot?log=0&data=3-7-21-23-24-25-26-27-28&zoom=29-86 Car has driveability issues with stumbling at partial throttle as well. Been chasing this issue down for the past 6 months. N54 93 octane (shell) No E85 at the moment FBO No misfire codes, but the car falls flat repeatedly for a half second at a time. I thought it was missing until I caught the timing drop here Brand new coils on all 6. Brand new injectors 10k mi ago Brand new HPFP 10k mi ago Brand new LPFP sensor 10k mi ago NGK's gapped to 0.22mm - these have about 15k miles on them and were present before this issue started happening. LPFP looks like it has erratic pressure. Contemplating changing my fuel filter. In the third pull, my Low side fuel pressure dropped to 41psi briefly. Also not hitting boost. Recently I tightened the clamp on my front downpipe as it was loose. I feel like it has come loose again. Any ideas where to start with this?
    4 replies | 598 view(s)
  • Alpine's Avatar
    06-23-2017, 02:38 AM
    -Motiv Boostbox for ST swap N54 builds- $125 shipped lower 48. -MMP Port Injection w/SS AIC for N54/N55- $900 shipped. Brand new, never installed, still in original packaging. Includes everything necessary to install and get running with the appropriate tuning. Features the 57lb flow matched injectors. Can include photos upon request.
    4 replies | 517 view(s)
  • Evan Patak's Avatar
    06-23-2017, 01:45 PM
    Here are a few clips I have which are a decent representation of the wagons current state. Hexon RR550s at 23psi (WGDC in the 50s) at the limit of my LPFP (E6X problems) M5 3.62 LSD makes for really short gears and isn't ideal but it is "fun" and makes the performance more "intense." It is decently fast, hooks up well, spits fire, makes a good noise, and has 3 pedals. Diggin it. Evan
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Today, 07:46 AM
    A Hellcat is no joke and a tough task for any N55 even in stock form. This E82 135i has a DCT transmission and the Pure Turbos Stage 2 N55 upgrade. It also has BMW JB4 tuning as well as Fuel-It! supplemental port fuel injection. It is amazing how easily the car handles the Hellcat from a roll. Honestly, this isn't even a close race. It would be interesting to see what this 135i is trapping in the 1/4 mile. Hellcat VS 135i N55 - Pure Turbos Stage 2 (18psi) - @_fuel_it_ port injection - @burger_tuning JB4 - MHD BEF - FBO - E30 fuel - Meth kit <blockquote class="instagram-media" data-instgrm-version="7" style=" background:#FFF; border:0; border-radius:3px; box-shadow:0 0 1px 0 rgba(0,0,0,0.5),0 1px 10px 0 rgba(0,0,0,0.15); margin: 1px; max-width:658px; padding:0; width:99.375%; width:-webkit-calc(100% - 2px); width:calc(100% - 2px);"><div style="padding:8px;"> <div style=" background:#F8F8F8; line-height:0; margin-top:40px; padding:28.10185185185185% 0; text-align:center; width:100%;"> <div style=" background:url(data:image/png;base64,iVBORw0KGgoAAAANSUhEUgAAACwAAAAsCAMAAAApWqozAAAABGdBTUEAALGPC/xhBQAAAAFzUkdCAK7OHOkAAAAMUExURczMzPf399fX1+bm5mzY9AMAAADiSURBVDjLvZXbEsMgCES5/P8/t9FuRVCRmU73JWlzosgSIIZURCjo/ad+EQJJB4Hv8BFt+IDpQoCx1wjOSBFhh2XssxEIYn3ulI/6MNReE07UIWJEv8UEOWDS88LY97kqyTliJKKtuYBbruAyVh5wOHiXmpi5we58Ek028czwyuQdLKPG1Bkb4NnM+VeAnfHqn1k4+GPT6uGQcvu2h2OVuIf/gWUFyy8OWEpdyZSa3aVCqpVoVvzZZ2VTnn2wU8qzVjDDetO90GSy9mVLqtgYSy231MxrY6I2gGqjrTY0L8fxCxfCBbhWrsYYAAAAAElFTkSuQmCC); display:block; height:44px; margin:0 auto -44px; position:relative; top:-22px; width:44px;"></div></div><p style=" color:#c9c8cd; font-family:Arial,sans-serif; font-size:14px; line-height:17px; margin-bottom:0; margin-top:8px; overflow:hidden; padding:8px 0 7px; text-align:center; text-overflow:ellipsis; white-space:nowrap;"><a href="https://www.instagram.com/p/BV0TtqshQ_B/" style=" color:#c9c8cd; font-family:Arial,sans-serif; font-size:14px; font-style:normal; font-weight:normal; line-height:17px; text-decoration:none;" target="_blank">A post shared by Pure Turbos (@pureturbos)</a> on <time style=" font-family:Arial,sans-serif; font-size:14px; line-height:17px;" datetime="2017-06-26T21:08:17+00:00">Jun 26, 2017 at 2:08pm PDT</time></p></div></blockquote> <script async defer src="//platform.instagram.com/en_US/embeds.js"></script>
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  • mj6234's Avatar
    06-23-2017, 09:06 AM
    Has anyone rescaled the breakpoints up here? The top cell is 94 or something. For people running bigger boost, seems like not the right resolution. Especially when many of the default values have breakpoints that are way too close (i.e. 10, 15,20, 27, 35.....). What is the point of that? Maybe fine for stock 8psi of boost, but for someone running 20psi pretty inadequate.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    06-21-2017, 01:54 AM
    The other day Renntech showed that the new M177 V8 powered W213 E63 AMG S is stout and responds well to tuning. The the car is strong when tuned is not a big surprise but even stock it is doing well against some strong tuned German competition. Look at how it does in this Moscow Unlimited standing 1/2 mile event. In this first race it goes up against a tuned RS7 and beats it off the line but can not hold it off the whole way. Understandable considering how strong a tuned RS7 is. What about against a tuned CLS63 M157? It also beats it off the line but the CLS63 eventually pulls past as the traps do show it has more power. Still, for a stock car the W213 does a great job. Finally, it takes on an Evotech tuned F13 M6. The stock E63 AMG S despite having less power holds it off through the entire 1/2 mile. That is impressive. As is the stock 125.10 1/4 mile trap speed and the 153.00 1/2 mile trap speed. Yep, it's a beast.
    4 replies | 202 view(s)
  • alex@ABRhouston's Avatar
    06-21-2017, 10:38 AM
    We were recently interviewed by Voyage Houston, it was pretty rad! http://voyagehouston.com/interview/meet-alex-noll-abr-houston-bmw-specialists-spring/
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  • dzenno@PTF's Avatar
    Today, 11:22 AM
    As we're getting very close to the open beta release thought we'd throw together a screenshot of the map editor that will soon make it to a wider audience. What you see below is an editor that will come up for any bm3 user when/if they wish to take things into their own hands, or, work with a tuner of their choice. For those comfortable enough to have fun in the editor you'll have access to close to 300 tables to adjust all of the tune aspects we also tune with for our OTS maps. Every table we touch will be part of the editor. Any new advances made will also be exposed to the editor on an ongoing basis.On the tuner front, we've built a feature into it to allow the end user to send their stock or tuned map to a registered tuner of their choice. Any current licensed bm3 user can register themselves to be a tuner. Those without an existing BM3 license will also be able to purchase a tuner specific license which doesn't require a DME unlock of their own car to offer assistance in tuning any given bm3 user seeking out their help. More to follow on that very soon. We can't wait to cut a first open beta release for everyone looking to use it. We're hoping for lots of feedback and everyone is welcome :drink:With ultimate power comes ultimate responsibility...and good times :)
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