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  • Sticky's Avatar
    10-25-2016, 10:10 PM
    We know, we know. The CP-E (Custom Performance Engineering) Atmosphere turbo kit has been stuck in development for a long time. BimmerBoost interviewed CP-E at SEMA three years ago regarding this kit and it was supposed to be buttoned up shortly after that. Well, the timeline did not go as planned but it's coming. Those of you who doubted or looked down on CP-E need to take a step back and realize this stuff is not easy. CP-E should be commended for bringing another option to the market and namely one that can accommodate some large aftermarket twins. Here are the specs on the car which belongs to @4doorbmwpower: cp-e GTX3071R ATMOSPHERE Twin turbo kit, cp-e motor mount, cp-e airstation, cp-e quad exhaust, cp-e fuelbar w/72# injectors, cp-e FMIC, cp-e charge pipe, cp-e custom oil cooler, cp-e custom tuning through COBB APV3, Stage 3 LPFP with Fuel-it ES-7 and ES-3 lines, AEM Fuel Management, Custom Meth kit, Apex EC7 18s wrapped in R888 295s, Stoptech drilled/slotted rotors, M3 rep front bumper, m-sport rear end, Custom M3 side skirts with Carbon fiber splitters, carbon fiber diffuser, Custom smoked Headlights w/ Plasma Angel Eyes, smoked LED tail lights, CSF all aluminum radiator, custom Trans cooler, UUC Trans Mounts, “1000hp” Level10 transmission, upgraded level10 torque converter, DSS Axles, MFactory LSD, DEFIV lockdown kit, M3 suspension refresh kit with ECS trailing arms, Delrin/aluminum bushings, KWv2's. So, yes, quite the mod list. We should see it in action soon as well as CP-E revealing the final N54 kit with options and pricing.
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  • Ddogrocksolid's Avatar
    10-26-2016, 07:20 PM
    Installed my single turbo and uploaded the jb4 mhd backend st twinscroll maps, set jb4 to map 1 (wg spring) safety map. My spring rate is 11.9 psi and im seeing 19 psi? Can anybody help. Its also not letting me log on my tablet?
    34 replies | 850 view(s)
  • Sticky's Avatar
    10-22-2016, 05:00 PM
    If you thought Sterling BMW in Newport Beach, California was ridiculous for asking $60k over sticker then you might have some trouble articulating how you feel about the $100k+ over sticker Santa Maria BMW is asking. This would be funny if it was not so sad. First of all, why is it Califonia dealers asking these absurd markups? Secondly, Santa Maria BMW is looking for someone so stupid that they can't even add. They say they want a $100k market adjustment yet the asking price is $245,815.00 meaning it is actually a $110k markup. They're looking for someone so dumb that basic arithmetic escapes them. This is just a new low for BMW dealers.
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  • newb335guy's Avatar
    10-23-2016, 05:09 PM
    Finally got a chance to get to the track. Unfortunately only got 3 passes in, one in map 4 (23 psi) the other two Map5 (26 psi). Map 4 was a shake down pass and the passes in map 5 were to get better at launching before doing map 7 (28 psi) sadly after my two consecutive 133 passes in map 5, I was politely asked to leave. 130 seems to be there cut off for a daily grocery getter. As you can see launching is the issue. Next time I hope to get the 60 below 2.0 and into 1.8 area and back into the 10 territory before I am booted. The Doc kit performs, when rolling she is a monster, super reliable amazing power and all this on an AUTOMATIC. I have yet to be pulled on during a roll. But right now it is what it is, the results from my 1st track with the kit, is a work in progress to get the launch better. Map 7 I believe would have added maybe 2 more mph to the trap speed who knows till next time.
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  • gzim335's Avatar
    10-22-2016, 03:56 AM
    Car is a comp pack 6spd f10 m5 fbo meth blackened flash and jb4 27psi and 100 shot of nitrous with q16 fuel
    13 replies | 461 view(s)
  • Sticky's Avatar
    10-21-2016, 07:19 PM
    Sterling BMW is located in Newport Beach, California. There certainly are a lot of posers in Orange County but there likely is not anybody dumb enough to pay an extra $60k on top of the already absurd BMW M4 GTS MSRP. Who in the world would be stupid enough to pay over sticker for a track car that is a performance failure? Let's quickly recap what the M4 GTS offers. A minimal performance increase over the standard M4 thanks to suspension upgrades, aerodynamic changes, a new tune, and water injection. You can literally get coilovers, an even stronger aftermarket tune, and add in your own water/meth system on a standard F82 M4 and outperform the M4 GTS while saving $60,000. The M4 GTS can not beat a single performance car in its price range around the track and several that are much cheaper embarrassingly spank it. BMW did not shave the weight they claimed they would and the car does not meet any of the performance targets they claimed either. The car amounts to nothing more than hype. The M4 GTS is already overpriced at $134,200 let alone with a $60k market adjustment. They adjusted the price in the wrong direction. Good luck finding that sucker Sterling.
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  • Anytyme's Avatar
    Today, 08:52 AM
    Anytyme started a thread NIGHTMARE!!!!!! in N54
    Payam contacted me in the beginning of the year about possibly beta testing a top mount kit for the N55 platform. I agreed and I paid him over 5k for a "beta" kit. I paid him all of the money upfront before receiving the kit. This transaction happened in February and I was promised to receive the kit by March. The kit came in April! When the kit came it didn't fit, the manifold was improperly designed. At this juncture I was in between a rock and a hard place, since I already sold my PS2 and supporting mods I no longer needed. This is when Payam offered a refund, I didnt accept because it would do me no good, I wanted what I was promised and paid for. Payam then offered to have the car shipped to them and back, and to fix the kit all complimentary. I was happy and ready to promote his company to the moon and back for great service, boy was I wrong. My car was shipped and received in California April 26th. Payam assured me I'd have my car back in May, after all it was just supposed to be a remake of the manifold. I told myself June because we all know the nature of the business things happen. Plenty of times I'd call for an update and no answer I'd only get vague texts messages every once in a while when I insisted. Fast forward June 23rd I decided to fly out to California and GUESS WHAT? THEY DIDN'T EVEN START MY CAR YET 2 MONTHS LATER. Payam and his partner Anthony must've been having communications problems scheduling wise. That's what I was told at least, but two months though of my car just sitting around? Anyway once again I decided to be patient and focus on how happy id be when it's all over. They ( Payam and Anthony) promised me the car would be done in two weeks tops. Fast forward again to last week October 21st when my car finally came home exactly 6 MONTHS later only to unload it to find it dirty and dusty inside, parts not put back on things left un-tightened, I was distraught. Honestly I can't believe they drove my car around like that, dynoed it like that, and returned it to me after so long like that. I WOULD NEVER DO BUSINESS WITH THESE GUYS AGAIN!!! If you want a kit just wait on Pureturbo to release it thats the best advice I can give. I'm going thru my car now and fixing her up, as well as getting a couple horrible fittings remade. There are a ton of stuff that transpired in between, I even had to get my lawyer involved with these guys. I'm not bashing I'm telling the truth and I have texts, letters, etc etc if I have to prove myself. This was a slap in the face and a lack of respect on their part. The texts I posted aren't showing the dates but they are from June, July, and August. There's more but I'll leave it here for now.
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  • martial@mhd's Avatar
    Yesterday, 03:59 AM
    It's time for MHD to enter the open beta state on N55 E Series :music-rockout: You'll find below the product description. The app is in an open beta state. It is fully functional but may need here and there some polish. Currently only the stage 1 maps (stg1 and 1+ for acn91-91-93-95oct) are available. It won't take long before we add the stage 2 maps, maybe a week. So long the stage 2 maps are not available, you can purchase a stage 2 license and flash the stage 1 maps. And once the stage 2 are available, your stage 2 license will be valid for the stage 2 maps. The user guide is a good place to start, especially is you need a reliable KDcan cable (page 5 of the user guide, available in the app or at Have fun, drive safe and we're looking forward to your feedback - both in terms of logs and driving experience. The maps will quickly evolve as we get the precious community's feedback. ═══════════════ Product description ═════════════════════ MHD Flasher is the first Android handheld application to bring ECU tuning and monitoring to the BMW N55 engine for E series. The MHD Flasher reveals the good margin of power BMW left on the table with the N55 while still retaining the sophistication of the original engine management program. → Easy to install Connect any compatible Android device to your car using a standard K+Dcan cable along with an OTG USB adapter, install one of the pre-purchased MHD maps and enjoy the power and performance benefits of the MHD maps by Twisted Tuning. → Keep an eye on the tuning Monitor your engine behavior using a configurable gauges layout to keep an eye on any of the 50+ engine monitors like oil temp, boost pressure, actual load or individual cylinder ignition timing. Activate the logging mode to save up to 50 monitors to a standard CSV file for later analysis. Track issues by reading the error codes, and delete them once resolved. → Flash your ECU back to a stock anytime, as often as you need to. No ECU backup is needed. → Custom tuning support As an alternative to built-in maps, many tuners can provide advanced custom mapping for those who have higher or special performance needs. The MHD Flasher can be downloaded here: Main features description: ═══ Flasher module ═══ - Flash built-in maps (purchased separately), custom user-tuned .BIN files or JB4 flash maps. - Provides an ever growing list of handy options like PPK exhaust burble duration or cold start noise reduction. - Read / delete engine trouble codes. - Reset adaptation values (Lambda sensors, Lambda regulation, Octane rating, VANOS, Throttle, and Battery). - 4 minutes map switching; initial install time: 33 mins (this will be improved later) ═══ Monitor module ═══ - Extensive logging values list, up to 50 values at the same time. - Save logging session to .CSV files - Integrated csv log viewer - Up to 8 configurable gauges - Automatic or manual log session start. ═══ Optional MHD maps packs ═══ - Maps by Twisted tuning - Stage 1 pack. Eight maps: 4 fuel octane variants, stock / upgraded FMIC variants. - Stage 2 pack. Eight maps: 4 fuel octane variants, stock / upgraded FMIC variants. High flow downpipes recommended. - Ethanol mix map (e30). FMIC+DPs recommended. Supported vehicles: N55 equipped Exx series. !!! Important !!! Vehicle equipped with a MEVD1726 DME (built dating from around 03-2012) need a once time DME removal and bench flash to allow OBD flashing. See FAQ below. 2010-2013 135i, 135is and 335i 2013-2015 X1 xDrive 35i 2010-2013 X5 xDrive 35i 2011–2014 X6 xDrive 35i This racing product is for competition closed course use only. Required hardware: - 1 device running Android 3.2 and up, USB OTG compatible. - 1 K+Dcan cable. See page 5 of the user manual for a recommended cable: - 1 USB OTG cable. Price list (licenses are VIN Locked and stored by Google along your Play store account): - Flasher module: $199 - MHD maps packs: $49 each. Requires the Flasher module. - Monitor module: $69 FAQ Q: Can I test the connection before making a purchase? A: Yes, simply tap the MHD Store button. The ECU connection is checked before displaying available purchases. Q: Does my Android device need to be permanently plugged to the OBD port? A: No. Once a flash is performed you can unplug your device. Q: Do I lose my licenses if I delete the app or the Android device breaks? A: No. licenses are stored online by Google, you can use your purchases on another device as long as you use the same account on Play store. Q: Do I need to purchase a new license each time I flash a map? A: No, you can ref lash as many times as needed. Q: Is a battery charger required? A: It is highly recommended for long flashes (install, uninstall). A healthy battery will handle short flashes (map changes) fine but the use of a battery charger remains recommended. Q: How can I determine if the DME is directly flashable or needs a one time bench flash? A: got to and enter the last 7 digits of your VIN in serial number. Click Browse parts the ENGINE ELECTRICAL SYSTEM and check both CONTROL UNITS > MEVD1726 section. If the it says "No parts found matching your car." you have a MEVD172 which is directly flashable.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    10-26-2016, 02:41 PM
    You know how we're told red light cameras are for our own safety? Well, they aren't. The truth of the matter is red light cameras are a huge business and they are forced on us to create a revenue stream. If it really was about saving lives why are private companies bribing politicians to get them installed? That is what Redflex did. Their former CEO Karen Finley was just sentenced to 14 months in prison (should be longer). Why? This is why: In order to get Redflex cameras installed in more locations Finley bribed those politicians she felt would expand and retain red light camera use. Judge Michael H. Watson had this to say: This is nothing new. Companies have always bribed politicians and likely always will. Defense contracts go for billions upon billions of dollars and the defense companies have strong lobbies always pushing for more 'defense' spending. Unfortunately, this corrupt CEO is one of many and the politicians who received the donations should be thrown in jail along with Karen Finley but it won't happen. This system is broken: Source
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    10-25-2016, 02:38 PM
    The AMG GT was designed with the Porsche 911 in its cross hairs. It certainly offers quite a bit of value compared to the 911 range which is a bit overpriced. The pricing between the AMG GT and 911 C4S is basically a wash and the difference depends on options. The AMG GT does offer a motor a liter larger and with eight cylinders. It has more power and torque but sends it to the rear wheels. It is slightly heavier as well. Both have dual clutch transmissions. The C4S is all wheel drive and that is the entire difference here. From a stop, the AMG GT just can not compete with the 911's launch. It would be nice to see this race run from a roll but the people at Motorsport Magazine don't seem to know how to do that. 911 C4S Engine : flat 6 biturbo Displacement : 2 981 cm3 Power : 420 PS Weight : 1 510 kg AMG GT Engine : V8 biturbo Displacement : 3 982 cm3 Power : 462 PS Weight : 1 540 kg
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    10-25-2016, 08:22 PM
    This is pretty crazy and just goes to show just how good the 991.2 generation Carrera models are. Who would have ever thought a Carrera S would top a 911 GT3 or a Turbo S around the track? Well, it happened as the latest Big Willow laptimes from MotorTrend show us. Of course, different conditions on different days play a factor but a Carrera S beating not only a 911 Turbo S but the 911 (991) GT3 as well around the track is simply incredible. So we established the Carrera S is an awesome performance value but look at the AMG GT S and and the Corvette Grand Sport. The Corvette is quicker than either for less money. The AMG GT S just edges the Carrera S which is impressive considering the Mercedes is a front engine layout that weighs more. Having a more powerful and larger engine doesn't hurt. The C7 Z06 remains the car to beat with the Huracan right on its tail. It is interesting to note that the 2015 Nissan GT-R Nismo edition does very well on a smaller track like Big Willow yet the 2017 standard edition GT-R at Laguna Seca trails the Carrera S. The Nismo package appears to make quite the difference.
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  • frontside0815's Avatar
    10-25-2016, 02:24 PM
    Hey Guys, second topic and already asking for a recommendation concerning parts :crazy::think: :D I have the following problem, although iīm not certainly sure, if i am right with my conclusion: Since my OEM DMFW was broken the second time from my FBO car with maxed out Stock Turbos, i decided to make it right and put a SMFW in. Last time i changed the DMFW was in line with changing my slipping OEM Clutch to a new 335is/550i Clutch. The clutch grabbed hard with no problems at all, instead the rattle and odd engagement feeling cause of the broken DMFW. Cause the Clutch was only 5.000 miles old, i did not really thought it was necessary to replace it when exchanging the broken DMFW with the new SMFW. Some guys told me to not use the used clutch with a new flywheel, but i wanted to experience it myself. So far so good: After driving carefully for approx. 200-300 miles i made the first few pulls and everything hold up well. Sadly 3 or 4 days ago i made a pull through all gears up to 5th and hit the right shift time, so that my TB did not close and the car pulled right after letting the clutch go with no bogs. When 5th gear engaged, my clutch slipped- at least thatīs what i thought. When trying 2 days ago, first everything was again holding well and i had absolutely no signs of slipping no matter what gear. But then again: Power Shifting 2,3,4,5 and no propulsion after engaging 5th.... The odd thing is that the clutch holds well after trying again pushing things when in 4th or 5th gear. When my OEM Clutch Slipped the whole feeling was 100% different and normally the IS Clutch should not slip at these power levels. Such a long text, so the questions are: 1. I have a IRP Short Shifter and i think maybe the shifter jumped out of gear instead of the clutch slipping?! Did you ever heard of something like this? Cause the slipping is so odd and so far only happened when WOT trough gears. 2. I will try again and prepare for slipping more so that i can observe the problem and be sure what it is about. In December i will install Hybrid Stage 2 Upgrade Turbos. If it is the clutch that is failing, would you think it is cause i reused my old clutch? I think if i have to put down the transmission the 3rd time, i really want a 100% safe solution. So i have the tendency to buy a spec Stage 3+ and call it a day. How are the pedal forces and how is the overall feeling with the spec ? So just share your thoughts with me :-) Thank you! :handgestures-thumb:
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  • rawad1017's Avatar
    10-23-2016, 01:42 PM
    N54: -Vargas stage 1's with inlets and outlets and the billet 6x6 wheel -20 psi -e50 mix fuel (fuel-it stage 2 lpfp) -50 shot of nitrous, wet Can that setup be run with the BMS e85 BEF or is a safer one needed (i.e. Retard 2 degrees of timing)
    5 replies | 741 view(s)
  • RSicks's Avatar
    10-23-2016, 02:17 PM
    RSicks started a thread Help with Logs - MHD Inside in N54
    Hey, I wanted to see if you guys could help out. I have a '10 535i Msport that's just short of FBO (mods in signature). I went up to stage 2+ after my FMIC install, since a well regarded tuner said that a DP was not necessary, but would help. I can find the quote and add later if absolutely necessary. I have noticed a lot of things, I have gained psi but have not gained any power (compared to previous tune V7.1 Stage 1+ without actually having a FMIC installed), I am only getting to 16.8 psi and I believe 2+ should be in the 18 area, and I keep getting shadow code 2DC5 about every 2 days. I am currently working on the stft demons plaguing my banks, but that's been this way since I bought the car. No other codes besides the random shadow code, DSC off, and same road was used to MHD log and Virtual Dyno. Any help/pointers would be greatly appreciated. This was my previous log. Stage 1+, no FMIC This was today's log, Stage 2+ ER FMIC installed
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  • 135idct's Avatar
    10-23-2016, 10:34 PM
    we all know there's an alpina flash for the 6AT, also for the 8AT. anyone flashed the 8AT? or maybe when big single turbo kits comes out we will see the 8AT Alpina flash :think:
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  • Anytyme's Avatar
    10-26-2016, 07:08 PM
    Anytyme started a thread For Sale: Cobb V3 For Sale in Buy/Sell - Parts
    I have a Cobb V3 for sale, $450 shipped. Comes with the JB4 maps and a custom Motiv tune from Jake. Cobb is like new condition.
    3 replies | 280 view(s)
  • xLOGANx's Avatar
    10-22-2016, 11:39 AM
    after going from a single cm14 nozzle to a dual nozzle(cm10&cm05) setup i started noticing hard starts and check engine to come on every now and then.come to find the dual nozzles were siphoning and leaking into chargepipe,maybe it happens on startup from im back to a firehose Is there a way to repipe so it doesnt siphon with longer tubing or no?I thought about using 2 solenoids(1 for each nozzle) or 2 checkvalves?looking to see what others with dual setup have done?
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  • CU335i's Avatar
    10-25-2016, 10:08 PM
    CU335i started a thread A couple of questions in N54
    I have 2 questions: First, the usb port in my middle console does not work. It will not charge my phone and I also cannot play music through it. The aux port works fine, it's only the usb that doesn't. Has anyone else experienced this? Second, I am considering buying a tablet to run with my jb4. I have seen everyone talking about using a OTG usb cable for this. However, would the regular usb cable work with a tablet that has a regular sized usb port? Or is it necessary to use a OTG cable? I've searched and read a lot of threads but have not found anyone who didn't use a OTG cable. Any help is greatly appreciated, thanks!
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  • AWSAWS's Avatar
    10-25-2016, 10:44 AM
    AWSAWS started a thread How much meth with PI? in N54
    It's not easy to find information on how much flow the DI injectors do in the N54. One person suggested equivalent to 600cc injectors. Another source said they can flow 40mg per millisecond. I'm not sure what that works out as. From other info I've seen the flow rate looks potentially very large. I've seen it recommended to run meth equivalent to 20 to 25% of the amount of fuel being run but I'm stuck working that figure out. So my question is how much meth can be run for 450whp with port meth injection? Does port injection allow for a greater amount of meth to be run vs cp or Tbi setups, thanks to better distribution? Port injection kits for gas/e85 appear to use 500cc injectors.
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  • Payam@BMS's Avatar
    10-25-2016, 02:42 AM
    Had a blast this season being part of BMS family. As you may know I have blown my motor a couple months ago so it has been down. Terry was kind enough to let me race his 2016 Z06 as a benchmark ;). Here are some words from Terry himself. "Hey guys, Just arrived back from the arduous trek to and from Coalinga for shift sector. Great event as always, but driving 400 miles always exhausts me. Especially with no interior sound deadening. :lol We had 5 cars out today and everyone ran pretty well. I don't think we had a single misfire, check engine light, limp mode, or headache in the group. :drinking: I ran our 2008 135i for the first time since doing the MT swap and adding the roll cage and was happy with its performance. There are a few things I need to adjust for next time, namely the gearing. More on that later. Since it's a PITA to launch a single turbo I decided to just do rolling runs from 3rd gear at the cones. So it works out to around 0.4ths of a mile. Unfortunately most people went the full 0.5ths of a mile so my traps won't really be comparable. Next time I'll try some launches there. I also had to limit boost to 23psi in 3rd. I started at low boost and worked my way up as I got more comfortable with the new setup. Best trap was 167.2mph basically hitting the 7200rpm rev limiter in 5th with the 3.15 gears. I really wish the car had 3.08s... =/ ACF is working on a new stronger/better diff arrangement with (I think) an 8.8 carrier so I'll just wait for that to swap down to 3.02 gears or something. Anyway the trap was good enough for 2nd place in the BMW/AMG class, second only to our very own Ram who ran 172mph with his JB4 & PURE turbo tuned M5. :burnrubber: Attached is a break down of my runs and run notes for each. Towards the last run or two I was basically maxing out the turbo. Given the DA it didn't want to make anymore than around 29psi. :brokenheart: On the plus side, it did manage a 5.9 60-130 in the heat. Plans for a larger turbo are also in the works. Ando raced our 340i B58 sporting a JB4, PURE S1 turbo, and meth, and ran a best of 146.5mph. Which for the day turned out to be pretty impressive. Can't wait to see his videos. Jon raced our 2015 M5 with JB4, meth, and BMS intake, and ran a best of 160.6mph. Jason raced our 2015 M3 with JB4, meth, PURE S2 turbos, BMS intake, BMS catback, and ran a best of 162.8mph. Car was run at 30psi and struggled with traction but otherwise flawless all day. Finally Payam sported my 2016 Z06 since his car is apart right now. It's 100% stock and was run on ~93 octane. I think it ran a best of 147mph. We expected a little more but those stupid superchargers heat soak like crazy sitting in the staging lanes. :brokenheart: Anyway I saw everyone took a ton of photos and videos. You'll start seeing those show up in this thread as everyone gets home and has time to upload them. :happy Was also happy to see several customers out there running well. Feel free to post your results/vids/photos in this thread! :)" Some videos I managed to get:
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  • 7plagues's Avatar
    10-26-2016, 12:49 PM
    Alright I just had to swap out my starter on my 335i because it wasn't wanting to start always. So Diagnosing: Sign #1 . Your car doesn't start. Sign #2 . Your engine doesn't turn over. Sign #3 . You hear a screech if your car does turn over, could be belt slip but the start can also make a noise. Sign #4 . You can start your car after hitting the start button 5-10 times in a row. Sign #5 . You can start the car after hitting the starter with something. Sign #6 . The starter solenoid registers 0V on the engine side. The process. Do all the steps you would need to do to remove the intake manifold. Then remove the two starter bolts with the Etorx bit and a flex head 3/8 drive. Install new starter done. My start to finish was 3hrs with a few stops for water. Here you can see all the stuff ripped out and the new starter. I got one from amazon for $80. I don't mind trying a random brand since the official BMW brand can't even last 75k miles. While I had the intake off, I looked at my valves, I had walnut blasting done 15k ago roughly... All cylinders looked like this Except Cylinder 5, it looked like this. So I cleaned it off with a pick and some carb cleaner. Car starts up really quick with no issues.
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  • Rob@RBTurbo's Avatar
    10-26-2016, 09:02 AM
    As some of you may know we have had some RB High Flow Silicone Outlets (for stock frame turbos) under development for a while now, a specific RHD solution included. Well last night we finally had a set test fitted and found they fit like a glove. This said we are looking to see what interest there is for this setup- especially considering the problems the RHD guys have with the crimped up outlets we figure this could be of great interest. What we would like to do is gauge interest on them and bring it to the attention of you guys- please chime in if you have interest on them. If there is a larger demand we also may work out a Group Buy on them as well. Install pictures are located here: These will work with all turbos including OEM, RB (all aside EVO), Pure, Hexon, TD, ASR, VTT (GC will require a longer tail at turbo side which will be available with new order), etc. It is worth noting that these will not work with TFT inlets that are converted to RHD using the Carbon Fiber elbow that passes behind the steering column, as this path is the same path the outlets utilize. We would recommend using a OEM routed High Flow Silicone solution, such as our RB High Flow Silicone Inlets. More test fitting applications are also underway, but we figure the often forgotten about RHD guys could use a thread about it. Longtime discussion this development is here: Thanks, Rob
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  • cky751's Avatar
    10-24-2016, 09:31 PM
    I bought a wedge performance dp fix a couple weeks ago, but ended up not needing it. This is for the n54 motor. It is brand new unused (still wrapped). $65 shipped. PM me if you are interested.
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  • CU335i's Avatar
    10-24-2016, 05:01 PM
    CU335i started a thread For Sale: Jb4 in Buy/Sell - Parts
    For sale is my jb4 g4. It is in perfect working condition with no issues whatsoever. I am only selling because I recently bought a new g5 board. I'm asking $325 obo. I am open to any offers so don't be afraid to ask. If interested, message me on here or text/call me at 864-324-1827. Thanks!
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  • Gmanuel11's Avatar
    10-24-2016, 09:20 PM
    Opinions? They can flow 60ibs/min, and spool times for the EFRs, are always praised. With BW rating them at 550hp, twins look pretty good, paired with a 6.2.
    1 replies | 287 view(s)
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