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    Today, 07:06 PM
    https://splice.gopro.com/v?id=G46zjr568 Any Ideas ? bad ground?, new cluster ? goes well with the music, lol.
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    Today, 05:55 PM
    A great video to show your friends that believe nothing short of a rocket sled is faster than a Tesla. CTS-V is basic pulley, intake, headers and E85 car. 650-ish WHP. Track is Bandimere, so results would have only been worse for the Tesla anywhere else.
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  • Chris@CKI's Avatar
    Today, 09:23 PM
    Chris@CKI started a thread ***Spark plug guide*** in N54
    This has been a long needed update. So after many years of owning high power N54’s I’ve had my fair share of ignition problems and have tested many parts. This thread is more to inform people what is actually out there and the options that can be had. After all it really only boils down to 3 choices so pick one that suits your needs. Spark plugs: NGK 95770 (ILZKBR7B8DG) formally 5992’s 1 Step colder than stock. Recommended for any FBO +. http://www.sparkplugs.com/product.aspx?zpid=39947 $13-14/ea Autolite XP 5682 1.5ish colder than stock. By the information I received on them when compared to NGK. Recommended for FBO+ I ran these for a few thousand miles both with E40+meth and full E85. It performed much better than expected and better yet they are cheap. For the price they seem to be well worth it. They are dual tip dual material Iridiums and platinum. I’d expect them to last the 20-30K miles you usually get out of the 5992’s http://www.sparkplugs.com/product.aspx?zpid=29181 $6-7/ea NGK 93026 (DILKAR8A8) 2 steps colder than stock. 1 step colder than 5992’s. Recommended for 700hp+ These are the stock plugs in the GTR R35+.The GTR guys are running them in the1000AWHP-sub range with E85. I have been running these for a pretty long time with full E85 and they have been great. They seem to be a little more crisp with response and slightly better starting than the other options. Last time I had them out they were still very clean telling me they aren’t to cold even for full E85. Now with GTR plugs comes a whole other world of aftermarket parts we are deprived of. HKS has a plug, NGK has a $100+ race plug etc If anyone wants to try any of the other options, then go for it and let me know, ill update this thread. http://www.sparkplugs.com/product.aspx?zpid=9718 $17+/ea. The price of these have really came down. Now lets talk gapping. I see a lot of people running into ignition issues swearing they gapped the plugs correctly. Wire and the round disks you get from AZ or advanced are all junk. I use either “feeler gauges” or a razor blade that I used a micrometer with to verify thickness. There should be a slight resistance as you insert the feeler gauge between the electrode and ground. If it goes in really easy or its tough to get in then its not gapped correctly. Take your time and do it right the first time. Recommended gaps are 0.022”…….0-25psi (pump to E50 with meth) 0.018”…….25+psi (pump to E50 with meth) 0.018”…….20+psi (E85) That’s been my experience with fresh coils. Others may have better or worst luck. Pictures. NGK 93026 (left) vs Autolite (right)
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    Today, 10:42 AM
    As a heads up to those who rely on Accesstuner Race... After taking a look at current industry news and trends, we have decided to proactively re-tool Accesstuner Race. Starting 5/6/16, it will temporarily be unavailable on our website, but we expect to have the updates available by June. We know it’s a bummer not having it available right now, but please check out the list of Protuners on our website for an interim solution. If you have any questions or concerns about this, please feel free to email us at support@cobbtuning.com. Kyle@COBB
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  • Evan Patak's Avatar
    Today, 12:29 PM
    Various parts for sale. Part numbers are included so please check compatability on www.realoem.com Prices are obo. Items located in Huntington Beach, CA. Local pickup preferred but shipping may be available on certain items. evanpatak@gmail.com E6X E9X 3.46 Rear Differential (open), 106,000, 33107560883 $200 E9X E6X 3.46 Front Differential (needs new driver side seal 33107505601 which costs $16), 100,000 miles. 31507575785 $200 535xi Drive Shaft, Rear CV joint opened while removing from car and it has been wrapped up to protect against contamination. Front 26207534636, Rear 26107573495 $100 E6X DXC Hydraulic pump and module. No stop-go, no active cruise. Hydraulic ports are blocked to avoid contamination. 34516783367 $150 E6X Rear Output shafts for Auto Transmission. 100,000 miles 33207572430 $100/ea E6X RWD Front lower control arms, German, new. $60 31126760181, 31126760182 E6X Rear wishbones (right) x2 33322347990 $30/ea E6X non-M integral links. 33326770749 $40/pr E9X E6X N54 Automatic Flywheel, 8-bolt, 11227553157 $100 E9X E6X Harmonic Balancer/Crankshaft Pulley, Auto AWD, 11227558083 $80 E9X Air Conditioning Compressor bracket, 64557558854 $40
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    Today, 11:36 AM
    Putting my old 6AT components up for sale. Some of the items like torque converter and cooler will be listed for sale individually but priority will be given to the purchaser of the transmission if they want them included. Prices are based off what items go for on eBay and obo. Transmission $500 - GA6HP192 - 104,000 miles - New oil pan/filter at 92,000 - New Mechatronics sleeve and gasket at 102,000 (extras included) - Multiple ATF flushes - SAT Software - A111 Torque Converter - Transmission Cooler and lines Transfer Case $300 - ATC300 - 34,000 miles Local pickup preferred in Huntington Beach, CA evanpatak@gmail.com
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  • j_hynson's Avatar
    Today, 10:55 PM
    j_hynson replied to a thread Single Turbo Build in N54
    Oh the wrapped one that had the full build and nitrous? nice car there
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  • bradsm87's Avatar
    Today, 10:52 PM
    bradsm87 replied to a thread N54 component wish list in N54
    I still refuse to believe that a mild cam upgrade would have tuning issues. As long as VANOS and fuel scalar is set up correctly, I see no issue. It's no different to upgrading turbos really. That changes lots of things but fuel scalar sorts it out.
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