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  • fastgti69's Avatar
    Yesterday, 02:05 PM
    Sup guys, just got finished getting all the logs and pics sorted out for you all to see. We tested the Fuel-it! Throttle Body Port Injection solution on our STOCK TURBO N54 development car. I am saying solution because it is most definitely a solution. It surpassed my expectations in every way possible. Lets start off with some pictures with the car apart and the TB/PI ready to be installed and put back together after it's done. It is a very clean and easy install, only took about an hour for me. Thanks again to @SteveAZ for this awesome kit, and thanks to @Terry@BMS for letting us test it out! The car is an 07 e90 335i 6MT. It has, BMS DCI, 3" Catless DP, VM Custom CP w/ Tial BOV, Walbro Inline 255, Jb4, BB e85 Flash by BMS. We just filled up from our local e85 station with full e85 in the tank. Along with new TB PI just installed. All runs were done in Map 7, in Mexico. Here are two logs of the car WITHOUT the TB/PI working. You can see HPFP starts falling off mid-range, and picks back up near redline. LPFP is oscillating as well too, struggling to keep demand. Log 1: Log 2 : Now this is with the ground attached to the hobbs switch. These two logs are with the TB/PI working now. You can see a VAST difference in smoothness of HPFP and LPFP. It was unreal to me how clean these logs looked with full e85. Take a look for yourself and be amazed. This is a real solution with real world testing and results, and we could not have been happier. Log 1 : Log 2 :
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  • dbrown8958's Avatar
    Yesterday, 03:25 AM
    So I've posted in n54tec but I figured I'd ask this here for anyone who may can help but isn't on the other forum. My car is an 07 335i with just a muffler delete and the jb4. About 3 weeks ago I did an update on the jb4 and put in e85 for the first time before taking it to the dragstrip. I did 3 gallons of e85 and the rest 93 and set the jb4 on map 5. I drove for close to 70 miles while doing some wot pulls to let the tuner "learn" the mix and settings. At the dragstrip I noticed my times were a little worse than with 93 and map1 and and at wot I didn't get as much power as I had before. The data logs showed that I had too much ethanol mixed and my lpfp sensor was out. The next few days I ran the mix out and put in just 93 again set it back to map 1 and went to data log and under wot the car felt like it misfired and the service light came on. I ordered and replaced the lpfp sensor and lost one of the nuts that holds on the intake manifold (still waiting on the nut). One of my friends recommend due to pulling so much timing with the e85 data log and the map1 93 octane data log to go ahead and do the backend flash so I used the mhd to flash the bms pump flash, still didn't stop the misfiring/power loss or service light from coming on under wot My data logs after the backend flash showed that bank 1 was running lean. After doing tons of searching and asking friends I've come up with a few possible problems but I could use any help I can get. Our list so far includes : 1. Old firmware possible bug? - I just redid the firmware with iso29 at lunch haven't tried it yet- 2. Middle nut being off intake manifold causing leak bad enough to throw off AFR? -waiting on nut to replace- 3. Fouled spark plugs? -checking them as soon as I get a day off to see what they say 4. Bad coils 1-3? -moving them to 456 to see if they run lean to check coils 5. Bad o2 sensor? -checking next day off using multimeter 6. Bad injectors? -if so that's a lot of cash.... I'd like to figure this out soon since my downpipe will be here Thursday and I have a chance to use a lift to put them on next monday What other issues could it possibly be? Or has anyone had this happen before? I need to get my car fixed ASAP since it's my daily and I can't constantly borrow my dad's car. Plus it sucks but my mom's in hospis so any time I'm working on my daily that I need for work I'm not able to spend time with her.
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  • Eurocharged's Avatar
    Yesterday, 01:31 PM
    With our recent release of the dyno results for the Fxx N55 motor ECU tuning, we would like to offer a sale. The sale will last until 06/30/15. As long as you purchase the tune by this date you will be able to lock in this price. If you are local to one of our locations you can have us remove the ECU for you or you also have the option of sending the ECU to our Houston, Tx location. The sale price of the tune will be $800.00 plus tax (for those that apply) and when the sale is over the price will be going up considerably. We can also work deals on group buys! We are currently developing a tune for the Pure stage 2 upgrade option as well! When purchasing a tune from Eurocharged, you purchase a lifetime tune. What this means is that as long as you own the vehicle, flashing the ECU for modifications or updates on our tune is covered in the original purchase price. Results on the stock turbo are as following: +102 WHP @ 3000 RPM +180 WTRQ @ 3000 RPM +63 WHP @ 5400 RPM +62 WHTQ @ 5400 RPM Stock Max Boost: 7.76 psi / .535 bar Eurocharged Tune max boost: 17.75 psi / 1.22 bar Email us at sales@eurocharged.com
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    Yesterday, 09:42 AM
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  • Ingeniator's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:18 PM
    So my race trailer is parked behind the house backed in. Neighbours talk to me yesterday. So with the current angle of the sun trailer is causing the siding to melt on there house. So put a tarp over the back thank god I have a walk on roof. Never thought I would bitch about having a fully chrome tail. Will grab some pictures tomorrow maybe.
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    Yesterday, 10:33 PM
    $105 @ Big Willow - May 31st, 2015 Extremespeedtrackevents will be at Willow Springs in SoCal- May 31st for a track day, Special track day price of only $105 for the whole day on track . DISCOUNT CODE IS ( big31) Any Questions email sung@extremespeedtrackevents.com Register here- www.extremespeedtrackevents.com Must register before May 29 for the discount Free Basic on track instruction for beginners, All driver levels welcome.Beginners are welcome. Extremespeed will be running special private run groups for beginners who want to get familiar with on track essentials and car control at highway speeds. Free timing for all drivers
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  • Flinchy's Avatar
    Today, 02:21 AM
    I take it it's not meant to be used to flow a LOT of fuel, given the uneven flow of the manifold?
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    Today, 01:06 AM
    karel replied to a thread Project - Timeattack e90 in S65
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    Today, 12:45 AM
    www.tredwearletters.com :)
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  • teddy's Avatar
    Today, 12:42 AM
    Thanks Sticky!:) they are 245/30/20 falken in front and 295/30/20 pirelli p-zero in back but i glued a personal tred wear on them :D had it red just for a show i was on but they are white now again!:)
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  • dbrown8958's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:17 PM
    As soon as the nut gets here I'm going to try to put it on the intake manifold and replace the gasket just incase it didn't seat well even though the gasket didn't look too bad of shape. If that doesn't fix it or if the nut doesn't come in by tomorrow I'm pulling the spark plugs to check them before work. I figure if they're all bad it could be them since the misfire is just under wot vs my old z3 when the coil went bad the car cranked up and sounded like a wrx... it only does that when wot and the ses light comea on. If it's non of those I'm due for the o2 sensors I'm sure anyways since I'm at 106k and I'm pretty sure they haven't been changed. If I remember correctly the misfire issue firsthe started from too much e85 on map 5 then after that tank 93 and map 1 didn't cause a code but I changed out the lpfp sensor and ever since then it's done it on every map. I'm really hoping the nut fixes it all.
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  • In33anity's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:33 PM
    In33anity replied to a thread BMW S65 MT in a 33 Ford in S65
    Thanks BigM62, Love the M1! The BMW dealer tech whose been helping me out placed second this weekend racing his! I don't see an M1 project in my immediate future. After a good rest, my fantasies all seem to revolve around mating a twin turbo S85 to a Gallardo transaxle to create a four wheel drive mid-engine monster and transplanting it into something you'd never expect. But have much to do to finish this one first and wake up too many nights in the middle with my mind racing on the current project to even dream about the next one yet. Well after a 950 mile roundtrip drive to get my youngest from school this weekend he wanted nothing more than to lay on the couch and watch sports inside all day yesterday. I was happy to oblige and join him, but I guess the gearhead equivalent to knitting is 13 hours in the living room deciphering the rear parking, tail, fog, reverse, brake/signal, side-markers and central brake and building the tail harness to go with it and testing it as I went. All thatís left now is to French them in when doing the bodywork. All four main lights are positional. Took a year on EBAY to assemble a full set. Running a ProWire module for the shared brake/signal lights and the Porsche multi-position switch for the lights I deciphered back in December. Extra points for identifying the OEM application for the lights:
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  • Mrpikolo's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:36 PM
    Why isn't anyone talking about the sound metal pipes makes? Isn't this a big deal? On a serious note, its good to finally see an initiative to tap into the inlet potential. The idea could also be sold on slightly increasing the longevity of the factory turbos.
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