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  • alpinedevil335's Avatar
    12-22-2014, 08:52 PM
    This was way overdue. I've had my kit for quite some time now and finally got around to strapping it down on a dyno. Sorry this took so long @fastgti69 Terry was kind enough to take some time to meet me at SpecialtyZ and try to work his magic. Unfortunately the car wasn't running at its full potential. Misfires and what looked like octane issues kept us from cranking up the boost. I might have some sort of meth distribution problem due to the way my nozzles are set but that is to be determined. Overall I am very very happy with this kit and the results so far. I'll be hitting the dyno again very soon after I figure out the misfire issues. Not bad for my first trip to the dyno on this kit. 6767 Comp turbo 100%meth E35 fuel mixture Auto trans. Payam(fastgti69) thanks again for a great kit! You are a standup guy and it's always a pleasure doing buisness with you. I highly recommend your kit to anyone looking for a single turbo kit. Also a huge thanks to @Terry@BMS for all your time and support over the years. The BMS team has been awesome and I am sure many more can agree with me on this.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    12-19-2014, 02:08 PM
    Developments in the BMW F-Series flash tuning scene are proceeding faster than expected. Earlier this month BimmerBoost brought you the story that BMW F-Series Infineon tri-core ECU's had been cracked and the various cracks have spread like wildfire to tuners throughout the globe. Jailbreak Tuning posted flash tune results on 91 octane for the F10 M5 S63TU V8 and the numbers are very encouraging even at this early stage. Peak power went up from the 539 wheel horsepower baseline (with aftermarket downpipes) to 617 wheel horsepower for a gain of 78 horsepower at the wheels. The tune deletes the CEL (check engine light) caused by the downpipes. The torque figure rises from 507 lb-ft at the wheels to 567 lb-ft at the wheels. Torque gains are seen throughout the entire curve once the turbos spool. F10 M5 tuning and S63TU V8 tuning is ready to take the next step forward. 2015 is going to be very interesting for BMW aftermarket performance.
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  • Sick335's Avatar
    12-20-2014, 02:29 AM
    I suck cocks
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  • Sales@vargasturbotech's Avatar
    12-22-2014, 05:35 PM
    a-christmas-sale by VargasTurboTech, on Flickr Happy Holidays everyone! We’re offering another special pricing discount which will run from now until Midnight on Christmas Day 12-25-14. For those of you who didn’t pull the trigger during our Black Friday Special now is your last chance to still get 5% OFF on our flanges, upgraded PCV’s, installation kits and of course any turbo upgrade you choose. Although the chances that anyone loses an eye are pretty slim we are very excited about the upcoming official release of our Shotgun HPFP Upgrade Kit. We know there are plenty of you who have already reached the limits of the stock HPFP, are planning to move to larger turbo(s) sooner than later or would just like the convenience of being able to run straight E85. So we’re offering 10% OFF on all Shotgun HPFP upgrades ordered during this promotion for all of you who would love to have a Shotgun of your very own in the new year. To place an order at the discounted rates please email us with “Christmas Sale - Product You Want” in the subject line before the deadline and we will reply to you with an invoice and payment information. **Our offices are technically closed and Tony will be unavailable for the holidays from 12/19/14 through 01/05/14 but we will continue receiving and processing all orders as quickly possible. During this time the best way to reach us if you have any questions or concerns about placing a new order or about a pending order is to email us and we will do our very best to get back to you in a timely manner.
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  • Ingeniator's Avatar
    12-23-2014, 10:58 PM
    So just dropped my new to me built apex motor a foot onto concrete when the tub it was in cracked in half due to cold/overweight. No visible signs of damage. Motor is dry sump. Anyone think I should change the bearings? It's 10K to build from scratch with all the machining so really don't want to blow it up after install.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    12-23-2014, 07:45 PM
    Another day another BMW executive leaves. Unfortunately, the executives that have been leaving are the ones who were the most vocal about producing enthusiast friendly products. You know, actually making cars that are supposed to be the Ultimate Driving Machine. Albert Biermann is the latest BMW casualty and he is a big one considering he was the vice president of the M division. He is the guy who said he wanted the M division to produce an M7 to rival the Mercedes S63/S65 AMG. He is also the guy who publicly admitted the new turbo BMW motors simply do not match the response of the previous naturally aspirated motors. He also kept the idea of an E89 Z4M alive stating it hurt not having one in the lineup. Perhaps the biggest and most important development was that he was the one pushing hard for an M version of the i8 despite the other execs saying that 'M' and 'i' must be kept separate. BMW is clearly having an internal power struggle and identity crisis. You have the head of BMW Norbert Reithofer saying there should be no i8M or M8 and the head of BMW M saying they should have one. All we know is the bean counters keep winning and the enthusiasts keep leaving BMW. So after three decades at BMW Biermann is gone for Hyundai of all places. If Hyundai is more inclined to produce performance cars than BMW something is very, very wrong. Hyundai Motor Group appoints Albert Biermann as Head of Vehicle Test & High Performance Development • Biermann’s last role was as Vice President Engineering at BMW M Automobiles, responsible for dynamics of acclaimed road and race cars • Takes on responsibility for new high performance vehicles and technologies • Appointment is part of a drive to develop Hyundai and Kia vehicles that lead their segments for rewarding driving dynamics December 22, 2014 - Hyundai Motor Group has appointed Albert Biermann as its new Head of Vehicle Test & High Performance Development. Based at the company’s R&D Center in Namyang, Korea, Mr. Biermann will lead the development of new high performance Hyundai and Kia models, as well as oversee engineering projects relating to ride and handling, safety, reliability, and the mitigation of NVH (noise, vibration and harshness). His appointment will accelerate the roll-out of new high-performance vehicles and technologies, as well as help to improve the dynamic capabilities of cars across the range. The company intends to become a technical leader in ride and handling, producing vehicles that lead their respective segments for driver engagement. Hyundai Motor’s involvement in the World Rally Championship (WRC) should also benefit, thanks to increased sharing of performance technologies and insights between engineering programmes for the road and rally stage. Mr. Biermann, 57 years old, joins Hyundai Motor Group from 1 April 2015 and brings over 30 years of experience in the development of high-performance vehicles, most recently in his current role as Vice President Engineering BMW M Automobiles and BMW Individual at BMW M GmbH, Germany, a position he has held since 2008. He first joined BMW in 1983 and has played a key part in honing the performance and dynamics of some of the marque’s most acclaimed road and race cars. Biermann said, “I couldn’t be more excited to join Hyundai Motor Group. It is a company I have watched closely as it has taken on its key competitors and quickly established a strong customer base in Europe. 2015 is a key year for the brand with the launch of many all-new models and the start of its second season in WRC, so I am really looking forward to the challenge.” Woong Chul Yang, Vice Chairman of Hyundai Motor Company and Head of Hyundai-Kia R&D Center, added, “This is a senior engineering appointment and an important part of our effort to further optimize the dynamics of our vehicles, providing even greater rewards for keen drivers. Mr. Biermann has unrivalled credentials in this field and his expertise and experience will help us bring forward the development of new Hyundai and Kia cars that are great to drive, as well as speed the transfer of innovative technologies and insights between our road-car and motorsport engineering teams.” Earlier in 2014 Hyundai Motor opened its brand new European Test Centre at the Nürburgring in Germany, allowing the company to test more effectively and accurately the reliability and drivability of new vehicles.
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  • ajehoti's Avatar
    12-20-2014, 03:06 AM
    I am going to be putting FFTEC kit on E92 335i. My car is complete full bolt on so whatever is not needed for the single turbo setup please let me know so I can put them aside for you. Thanks
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  • spxxx's Avatar
    12-19-2014, 05:09 PM
    I purchased myself a new Mfactory LSD for my bolted 335 MT. I have access to a full lift and any tool I could need so I'm thinking of doing the install myself. It seems super straight forward... I've done some big jobs like turbo swaps on my old 1.8t and clutches here and there but never any major differential mods. I found a few DIYs on other forums but we all know the technical folks lurk the bimmerboost waters and I wanted to get some input from anyone with experience installing a torsen LSD in our cars.
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  • Ando@BMS's Avatar
    12-20-2014, 04:23 PM
    Hey guys! Seeing the latest JB4 M4 testing has given me the itch to change cars. So I've deiced to put my 335 up for sale so I can ultimately buy a new M4. I'll consider parting it out or an outright sale. Up for sale: VM 6465 Comp Turbo Top Mount Twin Scroll turbo kit! This kit is capable of 700+whp on e40 and meth. 3.5inch *********, 1.00ar housing. Asking price is 5k + your stock turbos/parts. The kit only has about 2k miles on it and about 4 runs at Shift Sector. I would prefer someone who will buy this and install it asap as I don't want my car to be down a long time. The car is up for sale too! 2008 BMW 335i Coupe AT 60k miles. Great condition. Looks awesome! Fully loaded with navi, heated seats, sunroof/moonroof, sport package, keyless entry etc. As you guys know the transmission is not it the best shape. There is no codes or any weird stuff during regular drive. It just can't hold power north of 550whp. May need a trans upgrade to push anything over 550whp -M3 replica front bumper (1 month old) -arkyp style front lip (1 month old) -carbon fiber vented hood -m3 replica side skirts -carbon fiber side skirts splitter -erikson style trunk -Mtech rear bumper - aero function diffuser - carbon fiber mirror covers -vanguard exhaust - 19inch Giovanna Koko Kuture Sardinia 5 wheels Asking price for the car $22,000 and if you want the car as is with VM kit $26,000. Just email me your offer or for more info. Also for sell ER chargpipe synapse BOV kit with two meth bungs and 2.3g trunk mount meth kit.
    8 replies | 335 view(s)
  • ajehoti's Avatar
    12-21-2014, 11:49 PM
    ajehoti started a thread Questions about 335is in N54
    I have a good friend who is looking into purchasing a 335is coupe. Now the thing that has me pondering is that he wants to do a 6466 FFTEC bottom mount turbo on the car. My question is, can you backend flash these cars? These transmission slip after 460 wheel apparently so are there upgraded clutches for these cars and lastly can the transmission handle over 600+ if all the other questions are a yes. Thanks
    8 replies | 226 view(s)
  • joseph's Avatar
    12-20-2014, 09:46 PM
    I went for a drive to get a few datalogs in and on my third log When shifting from 3rd to 4th dsc completely off and a/c off i noticed a lack of power so i let off thinking something was wrong. drove home ok with good power. I checked the datalog and found that after the shift with the accelerator fully depressed the throttle took 6/10's of a second to reach 76.7%. A few weeks ago I installed a cobb v3, a charge pipe with stock dv's and 7" intercooler on my 08 135 manual trans with 83,xxx miles. I am running 1+ sport with e21 fuel mixture using acn91. (I get numerous timing pulls with just straight acn91) I have done about 25 logs and this is the first time this has happened. I haven't tried to reproduce it yet. Valves and TB have been cleaned. Turbos, vac. hoses and spark plugs are new. Fuel injectors and coils are original. Does any one have any ideas as to why the dme decided to open the TB so slowly?? I am new to this forum and to modifying cars but I have many years of experience wrenching on bmw's so hopefully i will be able to contribute to the forum in the future. I will try to reproduce it with mean abs and req. abs added. Any input is appreciated. Can't post link to the datazap due to no rep points. How do I get rep points?
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  • SpeedLimit?'s Avatar
    12-22-2014, 11:29 AM
    Yes, this is the same Viper that gave Z06 fans a heart attack...
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    12-20-2014, 03:12 PM
    WTF is wrong with people?
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  • jamesmurray's Avatar
    12-19-2014, 02:01 PM
    Hi Guys, I've been a long-time lurker around here, but I've got a problem and I need some help! I bought a BT cable to re-flash my DME to a suitable Pump gas flash, however it says I've got an 0IF80S bin when I read the DME. I've looked at the both the IJE0S and I8A0S files and XDF's provided by Terry in tuner pro and the data doesnt match up to my existing bin. I'm not sure what to do, as the only option I can see is manually creating a map using bits and pieces for the OFT but that's not going to work with the JB4 correctly. Has anyone encountered this before and is there a work around? Some details of my car; May 2008 N54 335i, UK spec car. Thanks James
    5 replies | 110 view(s)
  • j2tham11boost's Avatar
    12-24-2014, 11:54 AM
    Hello guys. I'm having an issue here. So, I started the "READ ECU" on the bummer boost app (voltage showing 13.13) and it stated when reading 3 of 3 that it was take about 7-8 hours?? From what I read on the directions, it said it would take approx. 70 minutes. I plugged in a battery charger while letting the "Read ECU" was reading...7 hours later, I saw my car with everything completely off (lights, dashboard, and etc). So now I can't even remove my key out the ignition. I removed the bavarian plug out so the reading ecu was not completes. My question here is did I totally erased my DME/ECU and that's why my car won't start?
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  • Ingeniator's Avatar
    12-24-2014, 08:41 PM
    So I'm building some high boost vehicles in 2015 and looking for some more input and consensus on how to increase octane and reduce IAT's with meth injection. My applications will be similar so we will use my snowmobile as the example. It is a 2006 built motor apex. It currently has a GTX2863 with an Air/Air IC with 4 supplemental injectors on the intercooler outlet into the individual throttle bodies. The Current tuning is stock ECU controlling the stock injectors and the spark. The supplemental injectors are controlled by an SDS XIC( I'm converting to a TS Eboost2 EBC and I have an AEM failsafe wide band. So I'm looking at designing port meth plus IAT spray on the intercooler inlet. So far it looks like I need to use an HFS4 to get the boost reference injection ability. I don't want to use the IPW as it will be variable with altitude supplemental injection map etc. So from a system design standpoint should I inject the meth into the 4 IC outlets for the throttle bodies or should I tap them next to the supplemental port injectors to shoot down rather than 90 to the pipe? What is the best way to control the meth injection on an open loop motor. Is boost referenced injection from an HFS4 worth the extra money or should I just inject constant flow? With the IAT injection what size ratio should you use from the port jets is 2:1 the best ratio? Look forward to the responses. I want best practices what works we don't need to use my application but I figured it would help focus the discussion to have one example to refer to.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    12-19-2014, 01:42 PM
    If you are an avid reader of this network (and you should be) then you remember an article from a few months back of a 991 Turbo S versus a Lamborghini Aventador in a standing kilometer drag race. The 991 Turbo S won the drag race but the Aventador had the higher trap speeds meaning it was pulling harder up top. That standing kilometer result means that from a roll the Aventador should win against a stock 991 Turbo S. Well, last month we happened to see an Aventador go up against two 991 Turbo S models. The Aventador beats both of the 991 Turbos. So what happens if the 991 Turbo S gets a tune and full exhaust? What you see below. From both a stop and a roll the 991 Turbo S pulls the Aventador and it does so easily. The run from a stop does not feature a launch from either car though and they simply mash the gas. Despite having 'only' a 3.8 liter flat-6 engine versus the Aventador 700 horsepower 6.5 liter V12 the Porsche's turbochargers give it the advantage. It certainly does not hurt it weighs roughly 500 pounds less and has a dual clutch transmission.
    3 replies | 108 view(s)
  • boosted-M's Avatar
    12-23-2014, 01:53 PM
    FS: 2010 FBO 335XI 6AT M-Sport Certified to 100k miles 2010 335XI 6AT Black Sapphire Metallic with Saddle Brown Leather Vin# WBAWC7C56AE271017 87k miles & warranty certified to 100k miles or 12/21/15 I’m the second owner and purchased this car with 20k miles in June 2012 with the 100,000 mile certified warranty. Daily driven (180 mile round trip) and this car is so much fun to drive in the dry, wet, and snowy weather! Need to sell and upgrade to a 5 series sedan for the baby seat. I 2010 was the last year for the N54 twin turbo! Turbos, injectors, coil packs have all been replaced by BMW Full Bolt-on Mods: BMS Dual cone intakes Evolution Racewerks Competition Series (FMIC) Kit anodized black Evolution Racewerks N54 (3.0TT) Diverter Valve Charge Pipe w/ Tial Q BOV AR Design 3" Catless DP's Cobb AP V2 with custom mapping Alpina TCU program KW V3 Series Full Coilover Kit - Adjustable Damping OEM 19" E92 M3 Wheels with new all season tires OEM BMW M3 Rear sub frame bushings OEM BMW M3 rear sway bar ECS Stainless brake lines OEM BMW M-Sport front bumper & side skirts Carbon Fiber wrapped interior Front windows tinted to match factory rear tint Very clean and smoke-free interior. Front end is protected with 3M clear bra Price: $25,500 or can return to stock and see for $22k Clean title in hand and ready to sell to upgrade to a 5 series for the baby car seat! Email or PM with questions. Thank you!
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  • AdminTeam's Avatar
    12-23-2014, 04:39 PM
    Welcome to a real enthusiast forum pookiemowda.
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  • Vertigo's Avatar
    12-22-2014, 04:58 PM
    Vertigo started a thread E92 M3 Diff Housing size? in N54
    I have a 09/2007 production 335i Manual with a Large? Housing I believe. Will the M3 DCT diff fit?
    3 replies | 93 view(s)
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