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  • DOCRace's Avatar
    Yesterday, 02:48 PM
    It's been a great run guys and we have discounted well over the initial 20 kits as promised. The promotion is ending soon but you still have some time. I'm going to extend the promotion till June 30th so that gives exactly a month to get one of these in your hands in time for summer:auto-layrubber: Build time on these right now is about 2 weeks and we are trying our best to have them back in stock.
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  • Luc135's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:50 PM
    Hi All, I have read a bunch in the last days on this forum and you all look like a very nice group! I have bought a 135i 2008 about 2 years ago, 75k miles and it needed some love ... It is actually a US car that was brought to Canada :-) It is my daily/track summer car ... sorry but winter is a Subaru :-) I found this site because I have been updating the car and had some issues ... I am preparing to check the Cam Bearing Ledge as I am getting the exhaust vanos position error when going to the track. Quick question, anybody could tell me what is the Dia of the TDC flywheel lock pin for the N54 ? Thanks, Luc
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    Yesterday, 05:58 PM
    Unmarried Cobb Accessport V3 Includes everything seen in picture. Includes extra E30 Map & Race Gas map for 100 octane. Those 2 maps really wake the car up. Price is $550 firm shipped in the U.S
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:50 PM
    Treat this as a rumor for now considering the source is AutoExpress but treat it as one with some substance. There is a hole in the BMW lineup as BMW does not have anything to go up against the Mercedes S-Class coupe and Audi may be joining the segment with an A9 model. BMW is getting ready to enter the segment if necessary (essentially, if they see profit in it) by trademarking various 8-Series model names including an M8. BMW never built an M8 officially but the closest they got was an 850csi model with an M division built V12 engine the S70B56. It is actually pretty easy to predict what these models would entail. The 850 would share the 750 drivetrain. There is no 840 on the list so the 845 would likely share the 740 drivetrain. An M850 would blur the lines a bit as it could have an S63TU and an M8 could have the M760's 600 horsepower twin turbo V12. There is a lot of speculation here obviously but it is interesting that an 860 V12 model is not on the list but it is entirely possibly BMW already holds that trademark. You would think they would already hold the 850 name as well though as they already built that model. In the opinion of BimmerBoost an 8-Series revival is long overdue. You make more than enough money BMW, do it already. Do we really need another X-Series variant instead? Source
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  • Aaron's Avatar
    Yesterday, 04:50 AM
    I'll be heading to the track this July in Austin, TX, with my BMW S1000RR. It has a bunch of heated amenities, but still lacks A/C. It's going to flat out be hotter than the devil's rectum (Mad respect for whoever can name the video game reference). I am planning on purchasing a cooling vest to wear under the leathers, and have 2 choices that I want your advice on, from a scientific point of view. The evaporative cooling vests are cheaper, and function by soaking them in water, then putting them on. I'll be traveling between 40-180mph for the most part, so airflow will be good, but the humidity will be high, so the evaporative power will be quite limited. My other option is a freeze puck vest. Freeze it overnight and on breaks, then wear it. This cools me, obviously, by having cold water touching me. The puck vest is slightly more expensive, and may not last as long when exposed to the extreme heat. I'll have 40min of time in between sessions to freeze the vest, but only a mini-fridge to do so with, so it may not even get frozen between runs, which would render it close to useless. Ideas? Thanks!
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  • manbeer's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:56 PM
    Have been toying with the idea of getting a truck for the beach and this thing popped up locally for 750 dollars Didn't look bad so I decided I'd give it a shot. Just picked it up, registered it and went out on the beach. This thing is an animal in the sand! I'm really enjoying it so far, it's a nice change of pace from what I am used to and nice to be able to not worry about getting it dirty or anything. It has 308k miles. Yes, you read that right. Kind of amazing when most of these I see being parted out by 150k or so. Drives pretty good too below 70, where it starts to feel like a sail with a little bit of wind. I'm not going to go crazy with it as there's a bit of rot on the back frame where the hitch is from the last owner using it for his boat, and it has so many miles, but I just may get another nicer one down the road. If I get a year out of it, I can still scrap it for half of what it cost me
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:40 PM
    Treat this as a rumor for now considering the source is AutoExpress but treat it as one with some substance. There is a hole in the BMW lineup as BMW does not have anything to go up against the Mercedes S-Class coupe and Audi may be joining the segment with an A9 model. BMW is getting ready to enter the segment if necessary (essentially, if they see profit in it) by trademarking various 8-Series model names including an M8. BMW never built an M8 officially but the closest they got was an 850csi model with an M division built V12 engine the S70B56. It is actually pretty easy to predict what these models would entail. The 850 would share the 750 drivetrain. There is no 840 on the list so the 845 would likely share the 740 drivetrain. An M850 would blur the lines a bit as it could have an S63TU and an M8 could have the M760's 600 horsepower twin turbo V12. There is a lot of speculation here obviously but it is interesting that an 860 V12 model is not on the list but it is entirely possibly BMW already holds that trademark. You would think they would already hold the 850 name as well though as they already built that model. In the opinion of BimmerBoost an 8-Series revival is long overdue. You make more than enough money BMW, do it already. Do we really need another X-Series variant instead? Source
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    Yesterday, 04:45 AM
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    Yesterday, 07:40 AM
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    Yesterday, 07:50 AM
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    Yesterday, 09:51 AM
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:42 PM
    That is the story if you believe The Netherlands Autogestpot.nl webiste which is usually reliable. Apparently only 25 of these models are going to be made and reportedly they are all already spoken for so do not worry about saving up for one. How does the 688HS (the HS stands for High Sport) improve on the already insane 675LT model? It is even lighter shaving roughly 88 pounds for a curb weight in the 28XX pounds range and it has more power at 678 horsepower. There are aerodynamic changes as well one of which is a Formula 1 inspired DRS (Drag Reduction) system which will adjust the wing to reduce drag. Will this car officially be announced? Is it for real? We'll soon find out. Source
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    Yesterday, 03:07 PM
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    Today, 01:04 AM
    This is the same McLaren 650S Spider we saw destroy a Lamborghini Aventador earlier this month so is the result here really any surprise? What the Huracan has going for it is that it has a dual clutch transmission and it is lighter than the Aventador by a good 500 pounds. That certainly helps it off the line when using launch control. After getting a lead from the launch the story is as you imagine. The 650S reels it in and easily passes the Huracan and continues to pull. The Huracan does have the larger motor with a 5.2 liter V10 but it is not boosted like the McLaren M838T V8 which simply makes more power and has more torque through the curve. The rear wheel drive of the McLaren may be a detriment off the line but ultimately the lower weight (roughly 300 pounds less) pays dividends once moving as does the more efficient drivetrain. It's yet another easy McLaren win against a Lamborghini.
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  • SeanWebster's Avatar
    Today, 01:58 AM
    My friend is having an issue with his 2007 single turbo 335I BMW running FFTEC bottom mount 6466 and stage III return system port injection. He has street slicks on and only does roll races with DTC on. It has JB4 with anti-lag and an MHD back end flash. The car will make power sometimes and sometimes it won't. Sometimes at certain RPM after the hit, the car engages full power. One thing that we find to be very strange is that the anti-lag will work intermittently. One moment it engages and the next time we try it, it doesn't work. Usually when it works is also when the car delivers full power, tho sometimes it doesn't deliver full power when it engages. We're starting to have a hunch that the JB4 is not working properly. What does everyone else think? The logs look fine.
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