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  • nbrigdan's Avatar
    Today, 06:32 PM
    Thank you, for this legitimate laugh.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Today, 06:29 PM
    Sticky replied to a thread N54 turbo replacement DIY in N54
    :facepalm: No he shouldn't. Fuck them.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Today, 06:28 PM
    It is easy to make a car look good in computer renderings. That is what we have here. Sure, the M2 looks great with the molded flared fenders, carbon lip, carbon diffuser, carbon spoiler, and other pieces. Where is the real thing though? We have not heard of PSM Dynamics so they seem to be new to the scene. That does not mean that can not deliver but some websites are treating these renderings like a finished product. The fender work if it looks like the rendering is much better than the riveted and unfinished looking Liberty Walk style kits that have been infesting the German widebody market. Let's hope PSM Dynamics delivers. This would make for a far more aggressive M2.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Today, 06:12 PM
    Sticky replied to a thread Twisted Tuning - A Review in N54
    Who? Yeah, Steed Speed has taken forever.
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  • bigdaddyaaron's Avatar
    Today, 06:00 PM
    Don't hold your breath on the steed speed. There is another company engineering a log style bottom mount mani. The thread is on here somewhere. That's probably more likely to show up first lol.
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  • AdminTeam's Avatar
    Today, 05:56 PM
    Hey LeonidaHog: :text-welcomewave:
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Today, 05:51 PM
    Some fun runs here showing a stock turbo E90 335i going up against a pair of second generation LSA CTS-V's with unknown mods. The camera car also runs a stock 2nd gen CTS-V as well as a VVT Stage 1 upgraded E90 335i N54. Here are the specs on the camera car: 2010 Black Sapphire Metallic E90 335i - 435/499 FBO, JB4/MHD, 21psi stock turbos/inlets, E60 Fuel STG 2 LPFP, 3340lbs How does it do? Well, it gets pulled hard by the two modded CTS-V's. The torque difference is very apparent when they go from a stop. Simply too much to overcome on the stock turbochargers. Against a stock 2nd gen CTS-V though the E90 335i makes easy work of it showing just how much faster the modded Cadillac's are. The final run is against an E90 335i with full bolt ons, anti-lag, inlets, VVT Stage 1 turbochargers, and E60 fuel. The E90 camera car makes easy work of it.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Today, 05:46 PM
    congrats, closing
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  • Ryan Mills's Avatar
    Today, 05:45 PM
    SOLD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Today, 05:44 PM
    Some fun runs here showing a stock turbo E90 335i going up against a pair of second generation LSA CTS-V's with unknown mods. The camera car also runs a stock 2nd gen CTS-V as well as a VVT Stage 1 upgraded E90 335i N54. Here are the specs on the camera car: 2010 Black Sapphire Metallic E90 335i - 435/499 FBO, JB4/MHD, 21psi stock turbos/inlets, E60 Fuel STG 2 LPFP, 3340lbs How does it do? Well, it gets pulled hard by the two modded CTS-V's. The torque difference is very apparent when they go from a stop. Simply too much to overcome on the stock turbochargers. Against a stock 2nd gen CTS-V though the E90 335i makes easy work of it showing just how much faster the modded Cadillac's are. The final run is against an E90 335i with full bolt ons, anti-lag, inlets, VVT Stage 1 turbochargers, and E60 fuel. The E90 camera car makes easy work of it.
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  • windymissile's Avatar
    Today, 04:25 PM
    There should be a fuse map in your glovebox. The ECU has about 10 fuses. Its one the 30A ones. I believe the 2 banks are fused separately. WM
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Today, 04:21 PM
    The more supercharger options the merrier, right? This one is coming to market pretty late and was being 'wrapped up' back in 2014. Better late than never is the motto here. It looks like the kit underwent a revision from a TVS blower to a twin screw and now utilizes a 2.9 liter blower. This is the only real competition to the Weistec Stage III whipple twin screw setup and one would guess the same exact blower. It does undercut Weistec a bit but nobody on BenzBoost we know of is running it and there are not any 1/4 mile results to go by whereas Weistec has them from all over the world for years now and holds all the platform records. This is the dyno graph ESS posted: A nice increase over stock but where is the torque curve? Also, this is quite a bit less power than the Weistec Stage 3 setup which tops 600 wheel horsepower on 91 octane pump fuel. We'll have to wait and see how the ESS option pans out but it certainly is priced aggressively. -6PSI Boost -2.9L Whipple SC unit -Large capacity intercooler system -Perfectly matched ESS ECU software delivered through included E-Flash cable +150WHP on PP cars, + 180WHP on base C63.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Today, 04:15 PM
    No thanks
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    Today, 04:14 PM
    Sticky replied to a thread For Sale: Titanium lug nut set m12x1.5 in Buy/Sell - Parts
    No promotional posts from non-vendors please.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Today, 04:00 PM
    Many of you have on various platforms noticed the Cobb Accesstuner Race (ATR) Software no longer is available for download. Cobb is busy updating the ATR software and it was supposed to be out in June but it looks like we will be seeing it at some point this quarter. What is the difference? One major difference is that while the software is still free to download users will be required to attend an online course they they pay for. They will then have to pass a third party evaluation to use the software. Why is this? We do not know for sure but it may have something to do with preventing people thinking they know how to tune from grenading their engines as well as emissions training. We will have to wait and find out what the course entails. More details from Cobb below. We recognize that the Accesstuner Race software has been a big part of what makes COBB Accessport tuning solutions so powerful and user friendly for the communities we support. Many have come to rely on this software to help them make small changes to COBB Off The Shelf map files to customize features like launch control, flat foot shifting, or to adjust MAF scaling. Our goal is to continue to offer this type of customization software to our end user community. After evaluating key industry trends and changes in the regulatory environment, we identified the need to update the software and provide expanded training for its use. So, in May of this year we removed the ability to download new copies of Accesstuner Race from our web site, indicated that changes were being made to the software, and it would be available again by the end of June. With that time now here, we want to provide you with an update on the progress of this project. An updated version of Accesstuner will return in the near future, be fully featured, and will continue to be offered for free to COBB Accessport customers. Because this is a powerful piece of software, we have decided that in order to fulfill our mission of delivering responsible and safe tuning solutions, we will require that end users attend a paid online training course and pass an evaluation through a third party educator in order to have access to download this free software (Accesstuner). As you can imagine, implementing these changes and setting up the online training and evaluation process takes time and involves lots of different groups both internal and external to COBB. We’ve been hard at work updating this software while creating a curriculum and bank of test questions to ensure that those who complete the course are able to safely and responsibly utilize this software. Because of the size and complexity of this project, it is taking us longer than we originally projected to complete the launch of Accesstuner and our training program. Our current timeline is for the Accesstuner software and training program to be ready for launch in the third quarter of this year. Once we are a little closer to an actual release date we will provide you with more information about the training process required for an end-user to acquire and use our Accesstuner software. We apologize that this launch has taken longer than we expected, but please know that we are very focused on getting this project completed. In the meantime, if you have any questions please do not hesitate to ask. We appreciate your support and your patience while we make these changes.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Today, 03:53 PM
    Many of you have on various platforms noticed the Cobb Accesstuner Race (ATR) Software no longer is available for download. Cobb is busy updating the ATR software and it was supposed to be out in June but it looks like we will be seeing it at some point this quarter. What is the difference? One major difference is that while the software is still free to download users will be required to attend an online course they they pay for. They will then have to pass a third party evaluation to use the software. Why is this? We do not know for sure but it may have something to do with preventing people thinking they know how to tune from grenading their engines as well as emissions training. We will have to wait and find out what the course entails. More details from Cobb below. We recognize that the Accesstuner Race software has been a big part of what makes COBB Accessport tuning solutions so powerful and user friendly for the communities we support. Many have come to rely on this software to help them make small changes to COBB Off The Shelf map files to customize features like launch control, flat foot shifting, or to adjust MAF scaling. Our goal is to continue to offer this type of customization software to our end user community. After evaluating key industry trends and changes in the regulatory environment, we identified the need to update the software and provide expanded training for its use. So, in May of this year we removed the ability to download new copies of Accesstuner Race from our web site, indicated that changes were being made to the software, and it would be available again by the end of June. With that time now here, we want to provide you with an update on the progress of this project. An updated version of Accesstuner will return in the near future, be fully featured, and will continue to be offered for free to COBB Accessport customers. Because this is a powerful piece of software, we have decided that in order to fulfill our mission of delivering responsible and safe tuning solutions, we will require that end users attend a paid online training course and pass an evaluation through a third party educator in order to have access to download this free software (Accesstuner). As you can imagine, implementing these changes and setting up the online training and evaluation process takes time and involves lots of different groups both internal and external to COBB. We’ve been hard at work updating this software while creating a curriculum and bank of test questions to ensure that those who complete the course are able to safely and responsibly utilize this software. Because of the size and complexity of this project, it is taking us longer than we originally projected to complete the launch of Accesstuner and our training program. Our current timeline is for the Accesstuner software and training program to be ready for launch in the third quarter of this year. Once we are a little closer to an actual release date we will provide you with more information about the training process required for an end-user to acquire and use our Accesstuner software. We apologize that this launch has taken longer than we expected, but please know that we are very focused on getting this project completed. In the meantime, if you have any questions please do not hesitate to ask. We appreciate your support and your patience while we make these changes.
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  • threetirtyfive's Avatar
    Today, 03:16 PM
    I don't know which fuse it is, the photo in bimmer boost in another post show a different fuse box. My e92 is different, not sure which fuse can you tell me? Are there different fuses for bank 1 and bank 2? Because bank 2 work fine.
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  • Kommodore's Avatar
    Today, 03:00 PM
    Kommodore replied to a thread Twisted Tuning - A Review in N54
    I also have a CP-E Intercooler. Forgot to mention. (performance wise) :P When I am back around August 15th I will post a bunch of info + pictures. I am waiting to see how Steed's setup turns out as far as which ST "Kit" I would go with. I'd like to piece together my own because it would be funner that way. We'll see. I am also not opposed to going with cast twins either. I don't really want a top mount, so a Motiv would also be in the cards. As far as the timing corrections go, while I did notice the odd drop here and there, it wasn't like any of the other tunes I've tried. I'm very mechanically inclined, I do all of my own work on my cars, unless there is a warranty that will pay out :D , and I know enough of tuning to understand what's happening, but really I rather leave that portion to the experts.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Today, 02:52 PM
    It wasn't: http://www.bimmerboost.com/content.php?3490-BMW-swallowing-pride-2014-F10-M5-Competition-Package-Plus-15-horses-to-S63TU-V8-revised-exhaust-revised-suspension-revised-steering-and-styling-revisions
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