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  • lfelunden's Avatar
    04-12-2014, 10:39 AM "After a year of development we are proud to release our fueling upgrades for the BMW market!The Stage 1 fuel system will include pump and injector rail. The injector rail is needed to reach the full potential of the Stage 1 and 2 fuel pumps. The Stage 1 fuel system will deliver enough fuel to meet the demands of 550HP with proper tuning. 600HP will be possible with in tank pump upgrades and racing fuel. On average we see a 20% flow increase from our Stage 1 fuel pumps. Stage 2 fuel system be capable of 700HP with upgraded in tank fuel pump and upgraded feed lines. Bench testing has shown the Stage fuel pump delivering enough fuel to support 800HP if the feed side demands are high enough (low pressure side). This is with proper supporting modifications and proper tuning. On average we see a 40% increase in our Stage 2 fuel pumps. Release of the Stage 2 fuel pump will be midsummer."
    79 replies | 1778 view(s)
  • Sticky's Avatar
    04-11-2014, 04:45 AM
    The camera car in these two videos is the Burger Tuning F10 M5. This car has a BMS JB4 piggyback and downpipes. Some impressive output at the wheels has been shown from this car on a Dynojet in the in the ~630 wheel horsepower range. That is a tall order to overcome for a 335i even for one equipped with upgraded twin turbos. The 335i just is giving up too much power and torque to the M5 along with quicker shifts to the DCT. And the DCT is the key. The first video shows an E92 335i that has a manual transmission and it gets crushed. The second video has a similarly modded E92 335is with the RB turbo upgrades but the difference is that it is the 335is model that has the DCT transmission. Look at the results and see what a difference a dual clutch makes for yourself.
    61 replies | 1778 view(s)
  • Sticky's Avatar
    04-15-2014, 07:14 PM
    BMW had the new 2015 F82 M4 out in Long Beach, California for the Grand Prix last weekend. Fortunately, someone was able to record the startup and exhaust note sounds along with a few revs. The engine noise is not exactly what we have come to expect from BMW M. You be the judge but this is not the best sounding inline-6 engine that the M division has ever produced, that much is certain. One of the onlookers yells 'Sounds like my Prius' which may be the best assessment yet.
    64 replies | 464 view(s)
  • bradsm87's Avatar
    04-13-2014, 04:12 AM
    Anyone running or considered running a smaller twin scroll turbo to still get full boost before 2000rpm but more power than stock turbos? I'm looking at the Borgwarner EFR 7163 with the 0.80 divided turbine housing. Anyone done it with that sorta sized turbo?
    60 replies | 984 view(s)
  • Sticky's Avatar
    04-10-2014, 03:00 AM
    6466 Single Top Mount Turbo Walbro 450 Intake pump c12 race fuel. JB4 + custom flash tune based of BMS' single turbo flash. 23 PSI target creeping up to about 24ish.
    38 replies | 1057 view(s)
  •'s Avatar
    04-14-2014, 07:35 PM
    Gintani is very excited to introduce our new Gintani DCT Enhanced Oil Pan! • Machined from Billet Aluminum 6061 (aluminum has more heat transfer properties to help soak heat from DCT oil compared to the stock plastic DCT oil pan). • Enlarged outer cooling fins (to cool down DCT oil from heat transfer) • Increased fluid capacity to promote cooler oil temperatures (stock holds 1 liter compared to ours which holds 2.65 liters). • We provide a steel drain plug. • Re-utilizes your stock DCT oil pan gasket. • CNC’ed in-house at our Gintani facility (Made in USA). Retail pricing for the Gintani DCT Enhanced Oil Pan is $850 + shipping (Tax applies for CA residents). Our current introductory pricing will be $800 + free shipping (for continental US only) for the first 5 buyers. *Also compatible with the 2011-14 135i, 335iS, F10 M5, and F12/3 M6 DCT. If you would like to be placed on the list, please send me an email at with your name, phone number, M3Post username, and email so that I can create an official list of the first 5 buyers. 1. ElusiveOne 2. DevourS65 3. 4. 5. In the next 2-3 weeks, we plan to provide a full kit as well for those who want to take it a step further. Our Gintani DCT Enhanced Oil Pan will be upgrade-able for those who purchase the pan now and want to purchase the full kit later. Our full kit will include the Gintani DCT Enhanced Oil Pan, 1 Auxiliary Oil Cooler, 2 SPAL Fans, XRP Teflon Oil Lines, and 1 External Oil Pump to promote even further DCT Oil cooling. Our Gintani DCT Enhanced Oil Pan provides plenty of cooling for the average enthusiast, but those who want to ensure the best cooling whether on the track or street, the full kit will provide the best DCT oil cooling in the market. Please let me know if you have any questions. Office: 818-787-8260 Email: Thank you! :handgestures-thumb:
    30 replies | 381 view(s)
  • Linracing's Avatar
    04-13-2014, 05:16 PM
    So I replaced my transmission after my last auto blew. Put my top mount single on at the same time. Car started up great, but I didn't get a chance to drive it yet. So today I go outside to start it and it will not start. All I get is the fuel pump priming up. I replaced the battery and had the starter tested and still nothing. Also I can't even take the car out of park.
    28 replies | 413 view(s)
  • Mike@Renntech's Avatar
    04-14-2014, 04:06 PM
    Our proprietary BMW ECU upgrade offers rock solid performance from RENNtech, the foremost tuning authority on Bosch and Siemens engine control units. These same units are utilized in Mercedes Benz vehicles, which RENNtech has been tuning since electronic engine management started to show up in vehicles during the mid 1980's, through our proprietary tuning software and approach for BMW is completely unique and independent from our Mercedes tuning program. RENNtech tuning software for BMW offers significant gains in performance and throttle response without sacrificing your daily driver BMW's reliability. By modifying ignition timing and throttle mapping, optimizing air/ fuel ratios,increasing the top speed limiter, improving engine cooling and modifying boost mapping for turbocharged vehicles; RENNtech performance software unleashes your BMW's true potential. Stock Performance 335iS E92/E93 (2010-2011- Manual & DCT N54B30to 3.0LBiturbo): 320 HP @ 5800RPM / 332 TQ @ 1400 RPM Modified Performance: 420 HP @ 5700RPM / 435 TQ @ 4300 RPM Price: $1,495 Stock Performance 335i/iX E90/E92/E93 (2007-2010 Manual & Steptronic N54B30) : 300 HP @ 5800 RPM / 300 TQ @ 1400 RPM Gains: 420 HP @ 5700 RPM / 435 TQ @ 4300 RPM Feel free to message or call me with any questions or to place an order and send us your ECU
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:47 PM
    Gintani is working on to get my car ready for Shift Sector this weekend. The good news? The DCT is holding 21 psi from the YSI just fine on C16. The blower has more room in it but we're not going to push much further than that right now. Just want to get it reliable for the event and push the envelope later. I could probably ask for a couple more pounds of boost if necessary. How much power is it making? We don't know. It's spinning the tires on the dyno. It will be somewhere in the 800's right now probably. The car is not hooking in 2nd or 3rd gear. Alex said he needs a good coilover setup to tweak it and I told him that's fine. Whether we get the suspension sorted in time for better weight transfer is anyone's guess he will get back to me with pricing details. I am going to go to longer gearing once I can. For now I'm happy about the DCT working with the higher power setup.
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  • BuraQ's Avatar
    04-10-2014, 07:21 PM
    Nope this isnt my 335is DCT tuned by PTF. This ca belongs to member Kcyrusm whom was the first to break 11s in his 335is DCT N54 ProTuned by Jake@PTF (reference) Back then when he broke 11s it was on a PTF E40 map if I am not mistaken. Within a year PTF got him up and running against two well respected high end cars also with DCT, the Audi V10 R8 and the BMW F10 M5 tuned I was suprised to find this video, and questioned why it was never posted. Regardless, PTF has done an awesome job tuning the 335is. I pesonally have one of their E50 maps tuned by dzenno@PTF , and, all I got to say it puts out soo much damn tourque I could feel the rear end buckle . However, here is something we dont see in example of there tuning against other respected high end cars, a roll race. Good job PTF
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  • 135idct's Avatar
    Yesterday, 04:19 PM
    The kit from FFtec ( 5862turbo ), the tune jb4, everything runs great i updated the jb4 firmware to the single turbo, but i can't do the Single BB flash, because i have the stock turbos 6AT_race flash i tried to write on it but the write failed. I select map2 with the new firmware, but when i go WOT for the log it switch to map4, so there's a problem! the car is too lean i think because it's not fully tuned. the engine cover melted i forgot to cut it from the rear turbo side, only 15min of drive and one time WOT :cool: ill isolate all the wires and wrap them soon, the heat from the top mount is no joke this is the BB flash problem, there's a force start button would it help?? * im running the FFtec lpfp 455, easy to install about 15 mins, it's pricey but worth it no pic for the lpfp.. this is how it sounds with open downpipe, sorry for the quality Big thanx to: @MikeB@FFTEC @Terry@BMS @Eleventeen @ Ak335i and my cousin Nasser
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Yesterday, 03:52 PM
    Not sure how many hockey fans we have here but whatever. I'm hoping the Ducks win another cup and they are the number 1 seed out west. Kind of hoping for a Kings vs. Ducks series in round 2 which would be epic. Boston will likely make it out of the weaker east to play for the cup. Anyway, go Ducks!
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  • Terry@BMS's Avatar
    04-11-2014, 08:27 PM
    Was able to take a few runs on the dyno today. Meth kit added around 25-30whp over the previous race gas mix! Maybe a new dynojet s63 record? I'll have to VBOX it soon to see how these dyno gains look in the real world!
    16 replies | 240 view(s)
  • Sticky's Avatar
    04-11-2014, 01:06 PM
    Apparently another VT3 is having issues. I haven't followed this completely but someone pointed me to these pictures to discuss the S65 fuel system. Judge for yourself: ESS System: New lines and re-routing:
    16 replies | 272 view(s)
  • Eleventeen's Avatar
    04-13-2014, 03:09 PM
    Hey guys, I have moved on to a new platform (CTS-V), so I am selling my custom made single turbo kit. This fits a 335i, and may fit other cars; but I cannot confirm. This is a top-mount GT3582R w/ Tial .82 A/R housing and Tial 44mm wastegate (vented to atmosphere). It currently mates up to the factory style dual exhaust, or you can have an adapter fabricated to mate up to a single exhaust of your choice. I made 570WHP / 488WTQ @ 22psi through the stock exhaust with this setup. It will come with just about everything you need to install. You will need about 6' of 7/8" heater hose to relocate the coolant reservoir and probably a few miscellaneous fasteners and hose clamps. You will also need the tuning solution of your choice (I used JB4 G5 + Cobb) and a low pressure fuel pump solution. Feel free to P.M. me with any questions. ASKING PRICE: $3200 O.B.O. shipped to lower 48 states. The kit includes: Garrett GT3582R turbo w/ .82 Tial housing Tial 44mm external WG Manifold - TIG welded Schedule 10 304SS w/ 1.25" primaries to 1.50" secondaries to 2.00" collector (nominal pipes sizes) Downpipe Downpipe to dual exhaust adapter Dump tube Oil line & oil drain Water lines Block-offs for unused oil / water connections Modified coolant pipe for 6AT cars (nipple for trans cooler will need to be capped off for 6MT use) Driver's side coolant reservoir w/ level sensor, cap, and power steering reservoir relocation bracket Modified charge pipe w/ Tial BOV (clears driver's side coolant reservoir) Turbo mount K&N air filter PCV to filter hose V-band clamps Hot side charge pipe MAC boost solenoid w/ P&P harness N20 3.5 bar MAP sensor w/ P&P harness Heat shield NOTES: The following pictures show the CURRENT condition of the parts after they were removed from my car. The manifold has been freshly sandblasted to remove some light surface rust, and can be coated, wrapped, or just left bare. The long O2 sensor standoffs were designed to protect the sensors from excessive heat (but the tubes are dual chambered to draw plenty of exhaust gasses to the sensor to maintain accuracy). This has been designed to connect to an aftermarket intercooler with 2.5" silicone couplers. I built this kit myself; but I am not a tuning shop or hardware manufacturer, so there are no warranties provided. I cannot sepparate any components at this time. I can accept PayPal or money order. Thanks for looking!!! :)
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    04-14-2014, 07:35 PM
    Remember those rumors from last year that BMW would follow Honda back to Formula 1? There is some substance to them. Now, this would not be a complete return but BMW would be back as an engine supplier. This would be a big deal in the new Formula 1 turbocharged era considering the last time BMW built Formula 1 turbocharged motors the engines dominated and produced power to such a degree that they were banned. BMW's performance image has taken a huge tumble to say the least. A return to Formula 1 in any capacity would be good for the brand. Not to mention, BMW still is capable of building the best engines in the world despite the fact they have not shown this capability in quite some time. They still have it, don't they? Well, Formula 1 would certainly put their engineering to the test. BMW's board of directors will meet next month to evaluate whether BMW should return to supplying motors for F1 competition or not. Who knows what their decision will be. Will BMW show some pride and compete at the highest levels? Will BMW's board instead decide top level competition is 'too expensive' and hide their tail between their front wheel drive Active Tourer's tires? We will have to wait and see. Source
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  • alex@ABRhouston's Avatar
    04-10-2014, 10:55 PM
    copy/pasta from my ebay ad. So what you have in front of you is pretty much the coolest thing you've seen all day. Trust me, I know. Hold your excitement to a low level- I know you're checking out mindless stuff on ebay while you should be : sleeping In bed studying doing the dishes doing the laundry on a boring date, and we both know it ain't going anywhere just moved need some stuff for the house to fill it in spending time with the wife spending time with the kids dealing with the ex working on business stuff calling your mom or dad to say happy birthday making dinner for your friends taking a shower mowing the lawn fixing the toilet etc.etc.etc.etc. This engine came into our life from a flood car that we had to fix. Science lesson: Can water be compressed? The answer: Try it! This engine sucked water while driving it through a 3' or so deep river going down the side of the freeway in the great state of Houston after it rained. For ya'll that don't have to deal with flooding EVERY time it rains, God bless you. Heck, I even have a picture of it when we pulled the head off to investigate what happened! "customer complains running rough and loosing coolant" Gee, ya think? So we pulled it out. "Let's try to fix it!" They said...... "What could go wrong?" They said...... So.......We sent it to the machine shop. They welded it all back up, and sleeved it. We put it all back together and well- it didn't work. The sleeve still leaked. So..... We tore it all apart, found another block and got the car up and running again. Thats where the life of this coffee table began. What to do with this stupid engine block that took a week of my life away working on it? Well a few things came to mind. We were originally going to recycle it and turn it into Johnny Walker or some Glenlivet scotch. Then we were going to do a rendition of "office space" to it, to relieve some aggression from all the work we wasted. We didn't want to have a 10lb sledge bounce off the block and whack our shins. Then we thought maybe we could run it over with something- but we don't own a tank or a bulldozer. Then we thought of shooting it. I have a 50 BMG, but didn't want to clean up the mess. Then we decided on finally just doing something cool with it, so here it is. The block is a BMW N62 4.4 V8 out of a 745. The pistons and rods are out of a BMW N54 3.0 twin turbo straight 6 that we upgraded the rods and pistons.... which by the way we offer our own proprietary connecting rods/pistons/head studs/main studs for..... The bolts are N62 head bolts, cut down and modified. Yup! All 100% BMW stuff, meticulously put together and assembled by hand while drinking beer. "But why don't you have a piece of glass on it?!" A couple reasons- A) I'm not keeping it and I don't know your tastes. Hell, you didn't even invite me over for a bbq last year! Sheesh! B) I'm not sure if it's gonna stay local or if its gonna get shipped out. Have you ever shipped glass? I don't want to. C) When you buy it, you can put your own personal touch on it and put some glass on it. Round/square/tinted/whatever, I don't care, its yours and you can do whatever you like. I gave you some good ideas above if you want. Shipping- ah, shipping. Lets go over that. If your local, this is easy- we put it in your truck, and I'll talk to you later. If you want this shipped, I can remove and label the legs and table stands (pistons/rods) so you can reassemble it..... You'll need an E12 socket to tighten them, BTW. I can box the block, stick the pistons in the holes and it *should* get pretty compact, but I'm betting the assembly weighs about 70lbs or so.... expect shipping to be expensive. In my past experience, you can get a somewhat blind parrot to give you a better number than the Ebay shipping calculator- so use it as a guide, but not the bible. I can package it up, and get a real quote for you once you buy it.... but expect it not to be cheap. So, that being said I disabled it and tried to remove it from the stupid auction, because frankly the shipping calculator thing sucks. Let me know if you have any questions, or concerns. Let me know if you need a real world shipping quote, I'll try to get you one thats accurate. thanks!
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  • aflatau's Avatar
    04-13-2014, 08:19 AM
    aflatau started a thread 6466 335i vs Some C6 Vetts in N54
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    04-11-2014, 04:37 AM
    93 octane, baseline was 328 whp. Thought this wasn't bad especially on a Mustang at all four wheels:
    10 replies | 211 view(s)
  • 135idct's Avatar
    04-13-2014, 11:10 AM
    i don't know what tial wastegate spring should i choose for the top mount turbo 5862 twin scroll the taller springs or the shorter?? * also about the MAC boost solenoid, do i need any extra wire to complete the installation?
    10 replies | 321 view(s)
  • rawad1017's Avatar
    04-13-2014, 12:53 PM
    dig deep into the vid comments and you'll see John and his famous ways making the most idiotic comment i've ever seen from a tuning company. guess you can't expect more from a straight-line tuning company that overprices their pos cars anyway. lolol okay smartass what if the One:1 hits 200mph in less than 17 seconds? enhanced aero, lighter weight and more power means nothing to this man apparently. it's also funny cause koenigsegg at least builds their shit from scratch. let's somewhat break down the Venom GT cost wise Ricardo M-7003 manual transmission $15-20k? LS7 Engine $20k? Lotus Exige (complete car 85k) parts needed $30-40k Extra cheese and tomatoes $40k ? soo..~$100k? so what's the extra 0 in the price tag for..oh right the years of R&D and engineering to produce a kit-car lolololol it's almost like DINAN
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  • 135idct's Avatar
    04-15-2014, 12:19 PM
    how to power it up i connect every thing but the power wires?? there r two wires OEM each wire with two wires orange and white so the total is 4 how to connect them to the mac solenoid?? ASAP.
    10 replies | 137 view(s)
  • shaunlsone's Avatar
    04-10-2014, 08:51 PM
    hey guys got my walboro in the tank today and im wondering how much e85 are you guys running? mods are jb4g5iso dci wedge e30 flash map 3 set to 40 boost curve (no meth) have a pic of the boost curve set at 40 going to get some logs later with the e35 in the car now. I also have a more aggressive map wedge made for me but I need to have some logs before I go more aggressive. :think:
    6 replies | 162 view(s)
  • mjmarovi's Avatar
    04-12-2014, 09:42 AM
    Both items were on the car four about 4k miles; if I need to explain anything else.... BMS White DCI (oiled)- $100 shipped BMS OCC- $160 shipped
    8 replies | 160 view(s)
  • R.G.'s Avatar
    04-11-2014, 11:43 AM
    Dialing in a more aggressive tune. Running E65ish. HPFP is only a few months old but looks like it's getting taxed. Inline LPFP and that also looks like its getting taxed. Swapping out cylinder 5 coil to try and correct timing drop as injectors and plugs are new. Any feedback or thoughts is appreciated. Adjusted fuel scalar to 1.35 first. Raised scalar to 1.45 1.45 3rd gear thru 4th gear
    7 replies | 137 view(s)
  • tacotruck's Avatar
    04-12-2014, 04:21 PM
    tacotruck started a thread BB Flash w/ an ICOM in N54
    Would anyone find BB Flash ICOM support useful? ICOM clones are so cheap these days. And I think they are more versatile, reliable and perhaps even faster than other cable solutions. I just read my MSD81's flash in almost exactly an hour with an ICOM clone and some custom code to talk to it. Eventually I'll release the ICOM communication library I'm working on, but if there is some interest, I'll see about getting the BB Flash source and integrating ICOM support directly.
    8 replies | 235 view(s)
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