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  • Sticky2's Avatar
    Today, 07:44 AM
    Huge props to JD75 on this
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  • martymil's Avatar
    Today, 07:33 AM
    So I've been working on this kit with a very skilled fabricator for JDtuning aka @JD75 The manifold is from Motiv, GTS3584RS turbo and everything else is custom hand made Its been just over 12 months but the prototype is finally finished. Just showing you guys the amount of work that is needed in a RHD version Going to be doing tuning and testing over the weekend and a small video, sounds insane. https://photos.app.goo.gl/FaoDW4iGyyU2jcuf1
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  • AdminTeam's Avatar
    Today, 07:33 AM
    Shpe449a, we appreciate you taking the time to join.
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  • AWSAWS's Avatar
    Today, 07:29 AM
    I don't think it's that straight forward. Firstly any liquid sprayed on the valve can cool the valve and cause the liquid to evaporate. Gasoline obviously vaporises much easier than any alcohol based fuel but we'll assume a high amount of ethanol. Secondly if we assume a full throttle run is going to see PI spraying at only 4500rpm and above then the inlet valve is opening over 18 times a second. The valve is opening every 0.05 seconds. It's not alot of time for fuel to pool. Plus imagine all that boost and turbulence. I don't know how many pounds of air are passing each valve per second but it's lot. It has to be like a hurricane. Then entering a vacuum of the cylinder as the piston moves down is going to stir things up. The benefits of individual firing are probably not that great. I'd be more concerned about the cut off during misfire issue.
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  • martymil's Avatar
    Today, 07:09 AM
    martymil replied to a thread VTT Shotgun Review in N54
    My lpfp stage 3 is taking a massive dive, had no problems with pi but with di its really putting a strain on the lpfp or at least mine Im building a new motor now but dont know which direction im going in All out monster n54 or s65/s85 supercharged conversion, which ever way its going to be hypo
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  • 0-60Motorsports's Avatar
    Today, 05:53 AM
    Steve, Have Dodson solved or figured out the clunking issue with their DCT clutches especially in the M5?
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  • AWSAWS's Avatar
    Today, 05:14 AM
    I'm running meth over 2 years. Port injected meth for coming up to 1 year. Never had a problem. If something goes wrong it's easy to point the finger. There seems to be alot of skepticism around meth hydrolocking though. I'd love to see an experiment on how difficult it is to make meth detonate as well. Again with a water mix it will be even harder.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Today, 04:41 AM
    Dodson has a new Sportsman Plus 10-plate BMW DCT transmission upgrade. You have seen this upgrade in action already on the 725 wheel horsepower Maximum PSI F80 M3 which recently ran 10.1 @ 139 in the 1/4 mile. Clearly the upgrade works and is powering the quickest and fastest BMW's in the world. In addition to the F80 M3 and F82 M4 models the new Dodson design will work on the F10 M5, F13 M6, and F87 M2 which share the same basic Getrag DCT box. Here is everything included in the Sportsman Plus kit: Details - 10 plate build - Quality machined billet high grade hardened baskets - High grade billet steel lid and splines - Quality Exedy® frictions Kit Includes: 10 x Large Exedy® heavy duty, patented frictions 10 x Small Exedy® heavy duty, patented frictions 10 x Large Exedy® heavy duty heat treated & ground flat steels 10 x Small Exedy® heavy duty heat treated & ground flat steels 1 x Large End Plate 1 x Small End Plate 1 x Large Basket 1 x Small Basket 4 x Large Circlips 4 x Small Circlips 1 x Service Tool Fits: E82: E82 135i Coupé, USA E82 135i Coupé, Europe E88: E88 135i Convertible, USA E88 135i Convertible, Europe E89: E89 Z4 35i Roadster, USA E89 Z4 35is Roadster, USA E89 Z4 35i Roadster, Europe E89 Z4 35is Roadster, Europe E90: E90 M3 Saloon, USA E90 M3 Saloon, Europe E90N: E90N M3 Saloon, USA E90N M3 Saloon, Europe E92: E92 M3 Coupé, USA E92 335i Coupé, Europe E92 M3 Coupé, Europe E92N: E92N 335is Coupé, USA E92N M3 Coupé, USA E92N 335i Coupé, Europe E92N M3 Coupé, Europe E93: E93 M3 Convertible, USA E93 335i Convertible, Europe E93 M3 Convertible, Europe E93N: E93N 335is Convertible, USA E93N M3 Convertible, USA E93N 335i Convertible, Europe E93N M3 Convertible, Europe F06: F06 M6 Gran Coupé, USA F06 M6 Gran Coupé, Europe F10: F10 M5 Saloon, USA F10 M5 Saloon, Europe F12: F12 M6 Convertible, USA F12 M6 Convertible, Europe F13: F13 M6 Coupé, USA F13 M6 Coupé, Europe
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Today, 04:40 AM
    My pleasure. I put it up on the front page.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Today, 04:39 AM
    Dodson has a new Sportsman Plus 10-plate BMW DCT transmission upgrade. You have seen this upgrade in action already on the 725 wheel horsepower Maximum PSI F80 M3 which recently ran 10.1 @ 139 in the 1/4 mile. Clearly the upgrade works and is powering the quickest and fastest BMW's in the world. In addition to the F80 M3 and F82 M4 models the new Dodson design will work on the F10 M5, F13 M6, and F87 M2 which share the same basic Getrag DCT box. Here is everything included in the Sportsman Plus kit: Details - 10 plate build - Quality machined billet high grade hardened baskets - High grade billet steel lid and splines - Quality Exedy® frictions Kit Includes: 10 x Large Exedy® heavy duty, patented frictions 10 x Small Exedy® heavy duty, patented frictions 10 x Large Exedy® heavy duty heat treated & ground flat steels 10 x Small Exedy® heavy duty heat treated & ground flat steels 1 x Large End Plate 1 x Small End Plate 1 x Large Basket 1 x Small Basket 4 x Large Circlips 4 x Small Circlips 1 x Service Tool Fits: E82: E82 135i Coupé, USA E82 135i Coupé, Europe E88: E88 135i Convertible, USA E88 135i Convertible, Europe E89: E89 Z4 35i Roadster, USA E89 Z4 35is Roadster, USA E89 Z4 35i Roadster, Europe E89 Z4 35is Roadster, Europe E90: E90 M3 Saloon, USA E90 M3 Saloon, Europe E90N: E90N M3 Saloon, USA E90N M3 Saloon, Europe E92: E92 M3 Coupé, USA E92 335i Coupé, Europe E92 M3 Coupé, Europe E92N: E92N 335is Coupé, USA E92N M3 Coupé, USA E92N 335i Coupé, Europe E92N M3 Coupé, Europe E93: E93 M3 Convertible, USA E93 335i Convertible, Europe E93 M3 Convertible, Europe E93N: E93N 335is Convertible, USA E93N M3 Convertible, USA E93N 335i Convertible, Europe E93N M3 Convertible, Europe F06: F06 M6 Gran Coupé, USA F06 M6 Gran Coupé, Europe F10: F10 M5 Saloon, USA F10 M5 Saloon, Europe F12: F12 M6 Convertible, USA F12 M6 Convertible, Europe F13: F13 M6 Coupé, USA F13 M6 Coupé, Europe
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  • Vam0s's Avatar
    Today, 04:39 AM
    Vam0s replied to a thread Mhd flame map in N54
    Yes im aware of that, the reason I want a "flame map" Is beacuse we want to take Rolling shots while spitting flames. The diy guide on YouTube only gives you a loud pop and small flame versus the video I linked it has longer flames.
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  • 654's Avatar
    Today, 04:12 AM
    654 replied to a thread Slower with DCI's in N54
    Stock intake should be quite efficient at high speeds. All the kinks in it become rather meaningless when the air rushes in along the sealed path at 170MPH. Your turbos will be hit by loads of cool air.
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  • maxnix's Avatar
    Today, 01:53 AM
    Gosh ... this and a DCT billet pan, one is starting to see the true cost of doing it right and not on the cheap. Surely casting and CNC finishing would be cheaper?
    33 replies | 3897 view(s)
  • maxnix's Avatar
    Today, 01:41 AM
    maxnix replied to a thread Slower with DCI's in N54
    But any stock in tune N54 can hit 155 mph. :rolleyes: I wonder if you blocked the OEM CAI ducting? If not, then you are back pressurizing your engine compartment and cooling air flow rate is reduced.
    19 replies | 270 view(s)
  • Sticky's Avatar
    Today, 01:19 AM
    Sticky replied to a thread N54 DME swap VIN correction in N54
    Advertising but we can probably let it slide this time. Location says Georgia but Facebook page says Santa Clara?
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  • Bob Loblaw's Avatar
    Today, 01:04 AM
    It's the Toronto Stock Exchange Venture Exchange. You can buy the stock through online brokers like E-trade or TD Ameritrade.
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  • AdminTeam's Avatar
    Today, 12:42 AM
    Welcome Pmari, take a look around, I think you will like what you see.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Today, 12:32 AM
    The B48 2.0 liter four-cylinder motor obviously is not the largest or most powerful turbo motor in the BMW lineup but it is relatively light while offering good tuning value. Big Boost USA was able to get a very nice increase out of the engine with their Stage 2 turbo upgrade. What is done to this 430i? This: BBT Stage 2 4949 turbo Remus rear muffler BBT non resonated mid-pipe BBT cat-less downpipe JB4 Map 2 The result is a gain of 78 horsepower at the wheels: Now before you go on saying the graph is choppy look at the bottom and see that it is provided with speed instead of rpm. The dips you see are shifts. Yes, we would prefer a graph with RPM from a single gear along with the torque curve but as more of these kits get out there we will have more dyno results to go on. The bottom line is that this Big Boost Stage 2 B48 is putting out more power than a stock N54 or N55 and considerably more than the stock B48 at 253 wheel horsepower. Big Boost says the Stage 2 setup is capable of 370+ whp for those who want to push further. A very nice value upgrade at $2449.00. Now what will the Stage 3 with 5149 turbo do?
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Today, 12:13 AM
    Going to be a sick ass setup. Part of me still wants the turbos but just not as badly as I want my car back. Who knows, maybe I'll change my mind?
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