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  • Grand_hustle17's Avatar
    02-13-2017, 08:12 PM
    So I am working out the kinks of my single turbo set up and the question I have is. What restrictors are you guys using on your setups?. Part numbers will be appreciated. I've tried 2 different size restrictors and I still seem to get a decent puff of white smoke on start up and the car guzzles through oil it seems.
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  • berns's Avatar
    02-14-2017, 02:10 PM
    A few people have been asking me what I've done to my car in the chassis department, so I figured I'd make a proper thread. I have lots of pictures of parts used, somewhere on my computer. And the upgrades will continue as I get the car more suited to track duty and move the powerband to the right with the removal of the stock twins. Despite me being a complete horsepower junky, it's been more fun to me, over the years, to make good power and create ridiculous amounts of grip, response and stability. I've learned to do this without sacrificing too much in terms of ride quality, either, and that really comes from using quality parts and not going overboard "just because you're in there already" with crazy high durometer poly and short-travel shocks or crappy coil springs. Having formerly been the Senior Editor & Photographer at European Car Magazine, and been in the publishing and automotive industry for over 10 years, I've driven almost every new car out there, so I try to set my personal cars up accordingly, with a handful of vehicular memories serving as a benchmark for performance. My last car was a 640whp turbo E46 M3. Seen here, though this is back when it was supercharged and making 500whp. Sold that car about 3 years ago, reluctantly, and picked up an '07 335i 6mt with 70k on it. It was bone stock and needed love all around. For power, I added: JB4 & DCI (thanks @Terry@BMS) Macht Schnell DPs, Cobb Catback Forge Motorsport FMIC, charge pipe and BOV stock fuel system, stock inlets, stock rattling turbos (replaced by BMW at 81k) Car made 282whp and 302 lb-ft with just the DCI: Then 367/376 on Map 1 with downpipes, FMIC, exhaust + BEF Then 403/437 on Map 2 with 30% e85 downpipes, FMIC, exhaust + BEF The car has stayed around this power level for the last 2+ years. I am extremely bored of the torque hit and faceplant, and the generally wheezy, restricted feeling with the tiny stock snails. This has to change if I'm going to keep the car. I've now got 105,000 miles and all is mostly well. I've gone through some coilpacks, had the HPFP and sensor go under the extended warranty, water pump failed around 85k. Car was getting too hot for my liking, so I added the CSF radiator and oil cooler. This has held up and kept temps in check for several 20 minute sessions on track. So far so good! I'll end this post here and get into Chassis stuff on the next one. Donuts make everything better, so here's the car in question on a Sunday morning drive.
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  • R.G.'s Avatar
    02-15-2017, 07:17 PM
    Approx. 1 year ago I had an employee allegedly rear end another vehicle while driving a company truck. Here is one of the photos of the damage that allegedly was done. So what comes of this accident? Now being sued for 6 figures. Just received summons. Amazes me that this kind of thing is allowed. Someone have an anecdote that will make me less disheartened with this entire process? Just unbelievable...
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  • AWSAWS's Avatar
    02-13-2017, 11:25 AM
    Hi, How many sets of N5x Hybrids are being run out there? Can Vargas, MMP,Pure, RB etc chip in with some rough estimates? Specifically interested in GC’s GC Lites MMP Stage 3’s Pure stage 2 DDs Pure stage 2 Hi Flow RB Evo RB stealth Etc. The reason I ask is that you hear horror stories across the internet about failed sets but you rarely hear about the ones working normally. Just like the regular news. You don’t hear much about the millions of flights that got to their destination safely. Just the one that didn’t. *Can someone please change mant to many in the title... :angry-banghead:
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    02-16-2017, 07:41 PM
    Saw PTB Racing mentioned in another thread and just thought a dedicated thread on their dual mass flywheel option would be a good idea. Reinforced two-mass flywheel for the BMW N55 engine with 240mm clutch This offer is addressed to our test driver <- Please fill in your vehicle data so that we can make the appropriate ZMS. (Whether N54 or N55) fits among other things in vehicles: BMW E90, E91, E92 Characteristics: Weight 10.8kg Increased spring force of approx. 30% - Afterwards it goes on block and holds about 6000nm. Finely balanced "Plug and play" exchange Alloy Steel (16MnCr5) Lifetime guarantee for breakage and delay! Dates: Can be driven with serial or performance clutch.
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  • shushikiary's Avatar
    02-17-2017, 06:59 PM
    So I know a lot of people just use a hobbs switch to control a second 450 in their tank, and I saw that precision race works is working on a 30 amp control module, but in being impatient I started looking into this my self. I found this handy little guy: http://www.robotpower.com/downloads/MegaMoto-user-manual.pdf He can handle 30 amps continuous, for each pump if you set him in half H bridge mode. The issue is the input expects a 5v source, so I could use a voltage divider (to keep a load on the original PWM signal) to bring the 12v PWM source for the stock pump down to 5v (and then no phase delay or low pass filtering) to drive the thing. The only other trick would be the enable pin, which needs a 5v source as well and you'd want it to turn on with the ignition, but that's as simple as finding the "ignition on" signal that goes to the radio and piggy backing off of it (again possibly voltage dividing it as well, not sure if its 5v or 12v). From there its as simple as putting a 50a fuse and using the right wiring from the battery to drive the thing and you'd have the stock PWM signal controlling both 450's in parallel. Not sure how well the stock controller would do having such a large change in flow vs its PWM duty cycle like that, but worth a try given I can find this controller for 70 bucks dont you think? http://www.robotmarketplace.com/products/0-mmgt.html The power on signal is what might be an issue. The PWM output needs to be outputting 0v (so it can sink current) when the ignition is on or else the pumps will both turn on full blast until then. I'm sure I could come up with a circuit to make sure they are pulled low until a non zero voltage is seen from the stock motor control if I had to I suppose... The other option would be to take an arduino and actually use it to control the pumps and have it use one of its inputs to watch and then match the PWM output of the stock controller, but that can get tricky as it would need to be interrupt based as its too slow to really do it polling based, but doable.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    02-17-2017, 01:10 PM
    The rotating assembly in the BMW M S65 V8 and S85 V10 motors was tested by BMW to 10k rpm. That does not mean the car will continue to make power to 10k rpm only that it is designed to withstand high rpm stress. MRF Engineering is taking a 4.2 liter S65 they built to 9000 rpm and they claim a naturally aspirated record as well. The problem is their video shows them going to 8650 rpm and they state they hit 8950 in further tuning. Furthermore, there are no dyno results to show the curve. 9k rpm on the S65 is actually nothing new. Xcede in South Africa hit 8800 rpm way back in 2010 and Evolve routinely revved out to ~8800 rpm as well. The difference is with Schrick cams widely available now building a high revving S65 V8 that makes power past 9000 rpm should be possible. That is what we are hoping to see from MRF Engineering but we will have to wait until they post a dyno proving it. <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:50.0% 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/BQTWMgaAPdE/" 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 MRF Motorsport Engineering (@mrf_engineering)</a> on <time style=" font-family:Arial,sans-serif; font-size:14px; line-height:17px;" datetime="2017-02-09T19:18:04+00:00">Feb 9, 2017 at 11:18am PST</time></p></div></blockquote> <script async defer src="//platform.instagram.com/en_US/embeds.js"></script>
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    02-15-2017, 02:53 PM
    This is not confirmed but rumors are swirling regarding the S55 engine from the F80 M3 and F82 M4 going into the F87 M2 chassis. This would rectify BMW's mistake as the N55B30T0 motor is somewhat weak and struggles against the new B58 engine. If you look a the F87 M2 N55B30T0 power curve it just is all low end and the torque quickly drops off. How does that make sense for an M car designed for track use? The S55 isn't exactly BMW's best top end design but it offers a much broader curve with stronger pull toward redline. It's a better motor. So what is fueling these S55 into the M2 engine rumors? Spy photos from CAR showing cooling changes that look similar to the S55 cooling system. Not to mention Nurburgring testing from last year of an M2 said to have the S55 under the hood. It's possible only the CS model will get the S55 motor and the standard M2 will stick with the N55B30T0. If that is the case, the CS will be a much better buy. We'll know soon enough.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    02-18-2017, 07:01 PM
    Insane numbers here from an F10 M5 tuned by HC Performance. The S63TU engine has upgraded EFR turbochargers from Borg Warner and a built motor from Bimmer Performance Center in Raleigh, North Carolina. Other than the custom ECU flash dyno tune the car has upgraded clutches. The result? 846 horsepower and 772 lb-ft of torque at the wheels with DIN correction: There is more in it according to the tuner but apparently something in the transmission is holding is holding things back. The dyno run is claimed to be at 26 psi but there is no boost graph. Is 900+ whp about to become reality for the S63TU in 2017?
    12 replies | 698 view(s)
  • Sticky's Avatar
    02-17-2017, 01:09 PM
    The rotating assembly in the BMW M S65 V8 and S85 V10 motors was tested by BMW to 10k rpm. That does not mean the car will continue to make power to 10k rpm only that it is designed to withstand high rpm stress. MRF Engineering is taking a 4.2 liter S65 they built to 9000 rpm and they claim a naturally aspirated record as well. The problem is their video shows them going to 8650 rpm and they state they hit 8950 in further tuning. Furthermore, there are no dyno results to show the curve. 9k rpm on the S65 is actually nothing new. Xcede in South Africa hit 8800 rpm way back in 2010 and Evolve routinely revved out to ~8800 rpm as well. The difference is with Schrick cams widely available now building a high revving S65 V8 that makes power past 9000 rpm should be possible. That is what we are hoping to see from MRF Engineering but we will have to wait until they post a dyno proving it. <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:50.0% 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/BQTWMgaAPdE/" 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 MRF Motorsport Engineering (@mrf_engineering)</a> on <time style=" font-family:Arial,sans-serif; font-size:14px; line-height:17px;" datetime="2017-02-09T19:18:04+00:00">Feb 9, 2017 at 11:18am PST</time></p></div></blockquote> <script async defer src="//platform.instagram.com/en_US/embeds.js"></script>
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    02-15-2017, 02:48 PM
    This is not confirmed but rumors are swirling regarding the S55 engine from the F80 M3 and F82 M4 going into the F87 M2 chassis. This would rectify BMW's mistake as the N55B30T0 motor is somewhat weak and struggles against the new B58 engine. If you look a the F87 M2 N55B30T0 power curve it just is all low end and the torque quickly drops off. How does that make sense for an M car designed for track use? The S55 isn't exactly BMW's best top end design but it offers a much broader curve with stronger pull toward redline. It's a better motor. So what is fueling these S55 into the M2 engine rumors? Spy photos from CAR showing cooling changes that look similar to the S55 cooling system. Not to mention Nurburgring testing from last year of an M2 said to have the S55 under the hood. It's possible only the CS model will get the S55 motor and the standard M2 will stick with the N55B30T0. If that is the case, the CS will be a much better buy. We'll know soon enough.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    02-14-2017, 01:31 PM
    Now this is an engine swap we can get behind. Actually, BimmerBoost covered this swap by Kinetechnik Motorsport way back in 2011. What makes it particularly impressive is not just the 5.0 liter S85 V10 under the hood but that they did the swap with factory BMW computers. BMW's own software reads the car as an E60 M5. Impressive, right? Well, not only is the work and electronic integration well done the car is simply incredible on the track. The engine sound is obviously glorious. It also has no trouble turning its rear tires into smoke at any time. The car now competes on a pro drift circuit and by the looks of things, is doing quite well.
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  • 335Owner's Avatar
    02-16-2017, 06:34 PM
    Hi everyone, sorry if this is a real noob post, I have tried searching but cant find an answer. Can anyone tell me if the bimmerboost open source flashing software is still available? If not, is there a better one available now? Also, just a random question based on some things i've read but, will i need an ICOM unit to flash/update my car?
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  • I6+TT=FTW's Avatar
    02-17-2017, 10:35 AM
    A v6 ecoboost in one of these, lowered, and you've got a cool little sport truck. http://www.caranddriver.com/news/2019-ford-ranger-spy-photos-news?src=socialflowfb
    2 replies | 1713 view(s)
  • Sticky's Avatar
    02-18-2017, 06:53 PM
    Insane numbers here from an F10 M5 tuned by HC Performance. The S63TU engine has upgraded EFR turbochargers from Borg Warner and a built motor from Bimmer Performance Center in Raleigh, North Carolina. Other than the custom ECU flash dyno tune the car has upgraded clutches. The result? 846 horsepower and 772 lb-ft of torque at the wheels with DIN correction: There is more in it according to the tuner but apparently something in the transmission is holding is holding things back. The dyno run is claimed to be at 26 psi but there is no boost graph. Is 900+ whp about to become reality for the S63TU in 2017?
    12 replies | 105 view(s)
  • bdhh's Avatar
    02-14-2017, 11:22 PM
    I have had my system installed & running to my charge pipe since last summer. I bought the fuel-it meth injection setup & the only thing I changed was I teed into the supply line before the fav. After the fav I used a small single nozzle to my charge pipe. The system turns on, gauge lights up normally & tank has power just like before? But when I go wot the flow meter doesn't move & my iat climbs. So I figure it not flowing? Any ideas?
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    02-16-2017, 07:35 PM
    This is interesting as this is not the upcoming CS variant of the M2 which is expected to have a new motor. That model will actually be a true performance edition of the M2. What we have here seems to be a cash grab by BMW and an attempt to create a bit of hype likely in order to get rid of some M2's before their values tank. What is this Performance Edition M2? Nothing special. Dealer code ZL9 gets you manually adjustable sport seats, keyless entry without comfort access, automatic climate control, and the basic audio system. No frills here. They give it M Performance parts including black kidney grilles, black side grills, M illuminated door sills, LED door projectors, the M Performance Exhaust System with titanium tips, and the M Performance coilover suspension system. The M Driver's package raises the limiter to 168. This is an M2 with M Performance parts and no unnecessary options. There are only 150, all Alpine White, and the manual is the only transmission option. Should you opt for it at the $61,695 price? No. Wait to see what the CS has in store. BMW is hoping people bite on this as they know a better M2 is on the way for 2018.
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  • AdminTeam's Avatar
    02-17-2017, 08:15 PM
    Welcome Hitler, take a look around, I think you will like what you see.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    02-17-2017, 02:01 PM
    Going 8.5 in the 1/4 mile at over 160 miles per hour is already incredibly fast. When you point out that this twin turbo Lamborghini Huracan achieves this feat on the stock engine and gearbox it becomes all the more absurd. What makes this possible? A Syvecs standalone and a pair of Precision turbochargers. Gosha TurboTech from Russia put together the turbo hardware. The car dyno's over 1000 horsepower on a Mainline hub dyno and we assume this graph is at the wheels: Obviously the power shows in the slips: You have multiple 8.5X second runs with 1.3X 60 foots at over 160 miles per hour. What is there to say? The Huracan is an incredible platform with boost. Note: These runs were done at Yas Marina: http://www.boostaddict.com/content.php?6162-The-BoostAddict-Automotive-Performance-Network-invalidates-and-will-not-recognize-any-Yas-Marina-(Abu-Dhabi-UAE)-1-4-mile-records-or-runs-from-2013-on
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    02-18-2017, 03:03 PM
    800+ horsepower to all four wheels is pretty much the norm now for M157's with upgraded turbochargers. These two AMG's both have turbo upgrades although from different sources. Let's look at the E63 AMG S first: 799.45 to the wheels but let's just be nice and round to 800. This output is achieved with AMS turbochargers, AMS airboxes, Weistec charge pipes, an AMS upgraded transmission, and a meth kit. Precision Tuning ties it all together. Now onto the CLS63 AMG S which has Forced Performance turbochargers. It is on the stock transmission so the 847 wheel horsepower tune (wish we had the full graph with the torque) will likely be dialed down. Still, impressive peak figures on the stock motor and transmission: Both cars are running methanol to hit these figures and that is important to note. It is also important to note that ~800 horsepower to the wheels is regularly hit with M157's these days. The platform is doing well.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    02-16-2017, 07:30 PM
    This is interesting as this is not the upcoming CS variant of the M2 which is expected to have a new motor. That model will actually be a true performance edition of the M2. What we have here seems to be a cash grab by BMW and an attempt to create a bit of hype likely in order to get rid of some M2's before their values tank. What is this Performance Edition M2? Nothing special. Dealer code ZL9 gets you manually adjustable sport seats, keyless entry without comfort access, automatic climate control, and the basic audio system. No frills here. They give it M Performance parts including black kidney grilles, black side grills, M illuminated door sills, LED door projectors, the M Performance Exhaust System with titanium tips, and the M Performance coilover suspension system. The M Driver's package raises the limiter to 168. This is an M2 with M Performance parts and no unnecessary options. There are only 150, all Alpine White, and the manual is the only transmission option. Should you opt for it at the $61,695 price? No. Wait to see what the CS has in store. BMW is hoping people bite on this as they know a better M2 is on the way for 2018.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    02-15-2017, 02:32 PM
    This is kind of pathetic. How hard is it to launch an automatic DB11 exactly? What is so complicated here? The MotorTrend test driver can not seem to figure it out. He complains about the low end yet this is a 5.2 liter twin turbo V12 with 600 horsepower we're talking about. Low end torque is not the problem. Wheelspin is as the test driver struggles to put the power down off the launch. He complains that the power should be linear and flat but apparently is new to turbochargers and how they work. If that is the power delivery he expects he should look at the naturally aspirated V12 powered car the DB11 is now replacing. This testing takes place at California Speedway. They have a burnout box. Why isn't it being used? Secondly, if on the drag strip why not make the full use of it with some actual drag rubber to show how the DB11 can really accelerate? What is the point of going out to a strip for acceleration testing and making pathetic attempt after pathetic attempt? On one hand he complains about it bogging yet he also complains about wheelspin. Ok, load up the torque converter (use the hand brake if you need to) and do an aggressive launch on some proper rubber. Finally he gets a 0-60 time of 4.0 and a 1/4 mile sprint of 12.1 @ 124.7 miles per hour on a Vbox. They did not include the full data because apparently they prefer talking to showing the full test results. Expect better numbers from people who know how to launch on a dragstrip.
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  • AdminTeam's Avatar
    02-14-2017, 08:13 PM
    Welcome jpl500, take a look around, I think you will like what you see.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    02-15-2017, 07:23 PM
    Very nice gains here on a Lamborghini Aventador. The car is naturally aspirated with a 6.5 liter V12 providing 691 horsepower from the factory. Torque is at 509 lb-ft. This output is sent through all four wheels. Getting power out of a motor that is already over 100 horsepower per liter in naturally aspirated form is not easy. VF-Engineering is able to increase both torque and horsepower by 40 at the wheels respectively: Strong gains and as you can see gains throughout the curve. Peak horsepower hits roughly 600 at the wheels on a stingy Mustang dyno. All achieved on 91 octane pump fuel to boot. Not many people tune their Aventadors (this software is not exactly a volume seller) but for those who want more out of their Lamborghini VF-Engineering can provide very nice gains with their ECU tuning.
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    02-14-2017, 02:57 AM
    Hey Aus335iGuy: :text-welcomewave:
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    02-14-2017, 05:53 PM
    Welcome to a real enthusiast forum weeman.
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    02-14-2017, 12:03 AM
    Welcome to a real enthusiast forum vinnyboy23.
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