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  • Sticky's Avatar
    12-13-2014, 02:31 PM
    That's more like it! Powerhaus Performance raised the E9X 1/4 mile bar with a spectacular 10.46 @ 135.13 1/4 mile pass in their DCT E92 M3. The car features a customized ESS-Tuning VT2-625 supercharger kit on the stock transmission, stock motor, and stock rod bearings. Now, they are claiming they did this on 93 octane. That is VERY had to believe if there is no methanol injection in here. To trap 135 the car is going to need to be making more boost than the standard VT2-625 kit and one will not accomplish that on pump gas. There are definitely question marks here and hopefuly we get answers but the quickest and fastest 1/4 mile mark for the E9X and S65 V8 stands at 10.466 @ 135.13.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    12-13-2014, 02:30 PM
    That's more like it! Powerhaus Performance raised the E9X 1/4 mile bar with a spectacular 10.46 @ 135.13 1/4 mile pass in their DCT E92 M3. The car features a customized ESS-Tuning VT2-625 supercharger kit on the stock transmission, stock motor, and stock rod bearings. Now, they are claiming they did this on 93 octane. That is VERY had to believe if there is no methanol injection in here. To trap 135 the car is going to need to be making more boost than the standard VT2-625 kit and one will not accomplish that on pump gas. There are definitely question marks here and hopefuly we get answers but the quickest and fastest 1/4 mile mark for the E9X and S65 V8 stands at 10.466 @ 135.13.
    119 replies | 1122 view(s)
  • j_hynson's Avatar
    12-14-2014, 07:46 PM
    j_hynson started a thread Single Turbo Build in N54
    As some of you know i made a bad choice to go with a single turbo kit from a new company in the beginning of 2014 when i purchased my 335. Well that went terribly wrong and as usual I learn the hard way. After all that was straightened out I decided no more corners would be cut on this build when it comes to anything. I have alot of catching up to do with this build thread. Here is the car before i began building it. I had all the basic bolt ons... Charge pipe, meth, Jb4 (then later switched to cobb when i decided i wanted to go to single turbo), 7" FMIC, Fuel-IT stage 2 bucket, back end flash, etc etc. Currently i have the motor, tranny, and rear diff pulled from car. Head: VAC Motorsports getting stage 3. I originally sent it in just to do end of the year port and polish special but that didn't last long. Here are some pictures i received before they smoothed it out by hand. Will upload more when i receive more pictures Manifold: FFTECH's Top Mount Kit Turbo: PT 6766 (the one on the left is the one im using. One on the right is for a srt8 jeep build) Fueling: -Motiv Motorsports fuel solutions kit. (sorry AEM ems 4 not in picture) -Fuel-IT Stage 3 bucket (LPFP) Rear Differential: (Currently Working on) -Mfactory LSD -Defiv Lockdown Kit Intake manifold design im considering -Had drawn up a rough design of an intake manifold for this build and sent the file off to a buddy that does aerospace engineering over in Europe. He sent me back this and said this would be the most efficient manifold design. I do not know if this is his marked up design or if he sourced it from somewhere else but its pretty close to what i sent him. The only thing im debating is...is it really going to make a big enough difference to justify spending money on materials and adding more downtime on my car to build it. Extra pictures i had in my phone: Ill be leaving to a rig on tuesday but am told i will be back on the 22nd. (anyone who works in the oilfield knows thats probably bs) I will update with more pictures as i go.
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  • The Convert's Avatar
    12-17-2014, 09:58 PM
    So, I guess I can't, or rather don't want, to keep my lips zipped anymore. Like many of you, I made a little purchase a while back and want to share it with you guys. I'm going to just leave this link to the photo album HERE for right now, and I will update the thread by the end of the weekend to embed the photos and more about the Motiv 900 kit. Enjoy! Edit:
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  • TTFS's Avatar
    12-14-2014, 03:34 PM
    We were pleased to have a returning customer come back and try our TTFS level 1 Race Pack software as we continue to work on our level 2 edition that will allow for custom tuning by late January. Check out the results! He had previously purchased a JB4 through us that was installed in house and came back for more tuning options after installing down pipes and a full exhaust system. The dyno results compares Stock vs. JB4 Map 2 vs. TTFS Race Pack (not custom tuned to keep it comparable). The car remained strapped the entire time and all the runs were performed on 93 octane. All runs were done in All wheel drive mode for a proper on road simulation. All runs include the following bolt on modifications. Eisenmann Exhaust Eisenmann Mid Pipe Aftermarket Downpipe The yellow is Race Pack. The Blue is Stock and the Black Is Jb4. P.S. I am sorry for the bad video quality. Here a few shots of the TTFS Race Pack Box. It will perform like factory at high autobahn speeds. It does not require any splicing and it is much easier to install. It is also water proof avoiding any random hassle of the car not starting near the water. The box may be uninstalled in a few minutes with a jumper loop for quick removal if necessary. TTFS Race Pack Level 1 ( may hold up to 9 Maps) Jb4 that was removed.
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  • Terry@BMS's Avatar
    Today, 03:33 AM
    Pure Turbo dropped off their M4 for a little JB4 dyno tuning. The car has a JB4, full exhaust, factory intake system, racing fuel, meth kit running dual CM7 nozzles (overkill with the race gas... but better safe than sorry first time out), and of course the hybrid turbos. It is a manual transmission. There were a few little bugs to work through but the end result exceeded my expectations. I'm pretty impressed with these turbos. Spool is delayed maybe 300-500rpm, similar to RB N54s vs. stock N54s. But damn does it hold more power to redline. There is probably another 30-40 whp in them but since it's not our car I didn't want to push it "too" hard.
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  • Terry@BMS's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:48 PM
    Hey guys, Pure Turbo dropped off their M4 for a little JB4 dyno tuning. The car has a JB4, full exhaust, factory intake system, racing fuel, meth kit running dual CM7 nozzles (overkill with the race gas... but better safe than sorry first time out), and of course the hybrid turbos. It's an MT. There were a few little bugs to work through but the end result exceeded my expectations. I'm pretty impressed with these turbos. Spool is delayed maybe 300-500rpm, similar to RB N54s vs. stock N54s. But damn does it hold more power to redline. There is probably another 30-40whp in them but since it's not our car I didn't want to push it "too" hard. :lol
    23 replies | 172 view(s)
  • Sticky's Avatar
    12-16-2014, 04:37 PM
    Got a 2015 Mustang GT and are looking for some torque? Well, consider the a twin screw blower. The stock 2015 Mustang Coyote V8 is no slouch with 360 rear wheel horsepower and 315 lb-ft of torque. The stock torque is also quite nice and fairly flat holding well until redline. Now imagine moving that whole curve up a bit. That is what the Whipple 2.9 liter twin screw supercharger does adding 185 lb-ft of torque at the wheels. It is also interesting to note that the Whipple holds the torque increase until redline making for a horsepower curve that just continues to climb. This is the advantage of a twin screw with its efficiency up top compared to a roots blower. With a built motor this car would be capable of much more but 647 wheel horsepower on 91 octane pump gas and 11 psi through the stock exhaust system and stock motor is incredible.
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  • TTFS's Avatar
    12-14-2014, 03:01 PM
    We were pleased to have a returning customer come back and try our TTFS level 1 Race Pack software as we continue to work on our level 2 edition that will allow for custom tuning by late January. Check out the results! He had previously purchased a JB4 through us that was installed in house and came back for more tuning options after installing down pipes and a full exhaust system. The dyno results compares Stock vs. JB4 Map 2 vs. TTFS Race Pack (not custom tuned to keep it comparable). The car remained strapped the entire time and all the runs were performed on 93 octane. All runs were done in All wheel drive mode for a proper on road simulation. All runs include the following bolt on modifications. Eisenmann Turbo Back Exhaust Eisenmann Mid Pipe Eisenmann Downpipe The yellow is Race Pack. The Blue is Stock and the Black Is Jb4. P.S. I am sorry for the bad video quality. Here a few shots of the TTFS Race Pack Box. It will perform like factory at high autobahn speeds. It does not require any splicing and it is much easier to install. It is also water proof avoiding any random hassle of the car not starting near the water. The box may be uninstalled in a few minutes with a jumper loop for quick removal if necessary. TTFS Race Pack Level 1 ( may hold up to 9 Maps) Jb4 that was removed.
    21 replies | 206 view(s)
  • Sticky's Avatar
    12-16-2014, 03:55 AM
    A record is a record is a record. Context however is vital in understanding the record. What were the specs? Where was it achieved? What were the conditions? What was the launch? What fuel? What boost? This can go on and on but there are obviously many variables when trying to set a 1/4 mile record. Due to these variables we often see differing elapsed time and trap speed records as the two numbers although related are influenced in different ways. You are about to see how a trap speed figure or fastest measurement differs from the elapsed time and quickest measurement. The previous record stood at 126.51 miles per hour in the 1/4 mile with a JB4 tuned F80 M3. That trap speed was achieved on a 11.807 elapsed time with a 2.143 60 foot or short time. Notice how this compares to the F80/F82 M3 and M4 1/4 mile elapsed time record which stands at 11.18 @ 123.56 miles per hour. That elapsed time achieved with a 1.659 60 foot time. So the quickest S55 powered car in the 1/4 mile runs 11.18 yet its trap speed is lower than the 11.807 @ 126.51 run recorded by an F80 M3 with a 2.143 short time. Now the fastest S55 mile per hour is 127.53 miles per hour but it was recorded on a 12.40 pass with a 2.456 60 foot. Is this a record set by having the most powerful F82 M3 or due to wheel spin? Well, it's wheel spin and cold weather in all honesty although PBIR in Florida is not famous for negative density altitude in the winter. These cars are all running the same JB4 tuning box from BMS. They are all capable of the exact same thing. They are all basically as fast as one another with the differences depending on the supporting modifications, map run, fuel, etc. It is no accident the fastest S55 1/4 mile time comes with the most wheelspin and that the quickest S55 1/4 mile time comes with the best 60 foot time. Is this a record? Yes. Is it due to good drag racing? No. Is it due to a superior setup? No. It is just how things sometimes go on the drag strip and with simple analysis to put it in context it all makes sense. The race for the F80 M3 and F82 M4 trap speed record should not be who gets the most wheelspin. It should come with an impressive elapsed time in conjunction. JB4 F82 M4 on map 7 with E30, no other mods:
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    12-14-2014, 04:02 PM
    The numbers tuned GTR's are putting out these days almost seem like they are from a video game. If you are not making over 1000 wheel horsepower you are hardly even considered relevant any longer. Check out the graph below from Boost Logic on their BL1500 package. With six injectors fueling the motor with E85 the car put down 1439 wheel horsepower and 1087 lb-ft of wheel torque. This motor is tuned with a Cobb Accessport. As far as what the BL1500 comes with, here is the breakdown: Cobb Accessport HKS Spark Plugs *NEW* Boost Logic Triple Pump Fuel System Boost Logic Oil Cooler Kit Boost Logic Race Intercooler Kit w/ Piping Boost Logic Crank Damper Boost Logic 4″ Exhaust System or 4″ Exhaust System w/ Electronic Dumps T1 Differential Brace Boost Logic Transmission Pan Boost Logic Coolant Tank Boost Logic Race Breather Kit Boost Logic Intake Manifold BL Stage 4 Transmission PPG 1st 6th Gear Set Dodson Promax clutch QUIET PROMAX Dodson FWD retainer Dodson Mechanical lock #1 Dodson Mechanical lock #2 O-ring and seal upgrade kit Oil pump shaft upgrade with blueprint 6 neodymium magnets High temp rear differential oil seal Stainless re-usable internal filter Boost Logic Stage 3 Head Package Ported Head Ferrea Valvetrain Components Boost Logic Custom Spec Camshafts Boost Logic Built 4.1 Stroker Shortblock Boost Logic Custom Rods Boost Logic Upgraded Wrist Pins (promods Optional) Boost Logic Spec Custom Piston Set w/ Upgraded Rings Custom Main Studs Custom Piston Top and Skirt Coating (Optional) Install time is roughly 8 weeks and pricing is not listed but suffice it to say, all the above does not come cheap. It also comes with 1500+ horsepower.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    12-17-2014, 04:33 PM
    Very interesting runs here featuring a tuned F82 M4 going up against two stock Corvettes. The first race has the M4 run a stock C7 Corvette Stingray which features the new 8L90 8-speed automatic transmission that GM claims shifts faster than the Porsche PDK dual clutch gearbox. Based on the result there is no reason to doubt the claim as the Corvette is able to pull. It does so up top so this race is not won by shift speed as much as the top end of the LT1 and the sleeker C7 shape. The M4's torque offsets the C7 down low but the S55 just did not the have enough top end in this one. The 8-speed Stingray is a quick car even stock. The second race features a C6 Z06 that is also stated to be stock. The C6 Z06 only comes in manual so no transmission advantage here. It did not need a transmission advantage as the 7.0 liter 7000 rpm LS7 just pulls away. It also puts the C7 Stingray in context as the definitely is faster. So the Dinan tuned M4 gets beaten by both Corvettes. Considering the dyno results posted for the Dinan tune showing a gain of 20 wheel horsepower (but a nice torque jump) the results make sense. The M4 owner loses but can brag about his Dinan warranty. A DCT M4 no doubt would have done better likely opening up a lead in the lower gears but it is what it is.
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  • HRE_Wheels's Avatar
    12-17-2014, 02:24 PM
    The new Series R1 line debuts with a single style with design cues from the most intricate HRE street wheels, engineered for optimal performance on any track machine, such as the BMW M4. The R1 is available in diameters ranging from 17 to 19 inches, widths range from 7 to 14 inches and weights ranging from 17 to 20 pounds along with configurations for center lock vehicles. All HRE wheels are engineered to minimize unsprung mass and rotational inertia for optimal acceleration, handling and braking performance. Each wheel is built-to-order and there are nearly infinite fitment, color and finish options available for the ultimate custom-tailored wheel buying experience. Please PM us or email TitoR@hrewheels.com with any questions.
    11 replies | 451 view(s)
  • BlackJetE90OC's Avatar
    12-14-2014, 03:57 AM
    M4 6MT w/ Dinan tune vs Stingray 8speed (stock) vs C6 Z06 (stock)
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  • HRE_Wheels's Avatar
    12-16-2014, 07:17 PM
    The new Series R1 line debuts with a single style with design cues from the most intricate HRE street wheels, engineered for optimal performance on any track machine, such as the BMW M4. The R1 is available in diameters ranging from 17 to 19 inches, widths range from 7 to 14 inches and weights ranging from 17 to 20 pounds along with configurations for center lock vehicles. All HRE wheels are engineered to minimize unsprung mass and rotational inertia for optimal acceleration, handling and braking performance. Each wheel is built-to-order and there are nearly infinite fitment, color and finish options available for the ultimate custom-tailored wheel buying experience. Please PM us or email TitoR@hrewheels.com with any questions.
    11 replies | 295 view(s)
  • Sticky's Avatar
    12-15-2014, 01:36 AM
    Awesome to see two exotic big boys go at it in a drag race. On paper the Aventador has the power advantage over the McLaren 650S with its 700 horsepower. The Aventador has a naturally aspirated 6.5 liter V12 powerplant compared to the McLaren's turbocharged 3.8 liter V8 unit. The McLaren 650S has 500 lb-ft of torque to the Aventador 508 lb-ft (on paper of course). The thing is the 650S hits its peak torque figures much sooner and has a fatter torque curve thanks to the turbos. This is one of those times where a peak measurement can be misleading. The 650S also is lighter than the Aventador by roughly 850 pounds. That is a huge difference and also keep in mind the McLaren is rear wheel drive to the Aventador all wheel drive. So what happens? The 650S gets a jump but it doesn't matter. It pulls away and covers the runway in 23.01 seconds compared to the Aventador 23.84. That is a significant difference and the 650S Spider was the quickest out of all the cars AutoWeek tested with the Aventador coming up behind it. The 650S power to weight and efficiency are just too much for even the Aventador to overcome.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    12-15-2014, 01:03 AM
    Awesome to see two exotic big boys go at it in a drag race. On paper the Aventador has the power advantage over the McLaren 650S with its 700 horsepower. The Aventador has a naturally aspirated 6.5 liter V12 powerplant compared to the McLaren's turbocharged 3.8 liter V8 unit. The McLaren 650S has 500 lb-ft of torque to the Aventador 508 lb-ft (on paper of course). The thing is the 650S hits its peak torque figures much sooner and has a fatter torque curve thanks to the turbos. This is one of those times where a peak measurement can be misleading. The 650S also is lighter than the Aventador by roughly 850 pounds. That is a huge difference and also keep in mind the McLaren is rear wheel drive to the Aventador all wheel drive. So what happens? The 650S gets a jump but it doesn't matter. It pulls away and covers the runway in 23.01 seconds compared to the Aventador 23.84. That is a significant difference and the 650S Spider was the quickest out of all the cars AutoWeek tested with the Aventador coming up behind it. The 650S power to weight and efficiency are just too much for even the Aventador to overcome.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    12-13-2014, 12:59 PM
    Would not mind trying this baby out...
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  • Patrick4588's Avatar
    12-13-2014, 06:06 PM
    Just bought the car last week. I ordered a new charge pipe and bov the day i got the car, so it should be in soon. How quickly can i pull the airbox and hook stock one back on? If its more than a 15min job ill just drive the M3 for a couple days til new pipe comes in
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    12-13-2014, 01:52 PM
    I'm not even going to say anything:
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Yesterday, 04:33 PM
    Take a deep breath and relax anyone. You do not want to get worked up like this fellow over C7 Z06 performance. Somebody finally took a new C7 Z06 to the dragstrip to set some independent numbers and the results are not exactly what you would call encouraging. Now, the driver did not do a good job that much is clear. A 2.19 60 foot is even remotely a good launch and he appears to bog a big off the line. Definitely needed some more revs. The shifting also left a bit to be desired as he turns a 120 mile per hour trap speed. This is lower than all the magazines and obviously not a great result. What this goes to show is just how much times can vary based on the driver and conditions. Someone else will take a C7 Z06 to the strip and run 10's at close to 130. Just because this car ran 120 does not mean they all do. Everyone calm down, especially Z06 fanboys. It is going to be ok, really.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    12-17-2014, 02:33 PM
    These Porsche 991 Turbo results come from our Middle Eastern friends over at PP-Performance. They flash tuned a 991 Turbo with their Stage I software and took it to the Yas Marina drag strip located in Abu Dhabi. The result is a very impressive low 10 second run. We wish we had the 60 foot figure but it appears there is something wrong with the lights or computer regarding the 60 foot time as it was not recorded. The 1/4 mile time was though and the car went 10.325 @ 135.229 miles per hour. Keep in mind this is the standard 991 Turbo and not the S. From the looks of it we will see 991 Turbo and Turbo S vehicles in the 9's shortly with bolt ons and race gas. Not all too different from what the PDK 997.2 cars are capable of.
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  • Cdcbr3's Avatar
    12-15-2014, 03:37 PM
    I have a Procede Rev 3 running 4-29 and it runs great, however I want to use some of the V5 options. Now i'm not genius, but to me its just a flash upgrade, but when I do that and reset the options in the Command Center, the car runs rough and flashes SES light 7 times at me. What am I doing wrong? an I going to just have to live with V4 and not be able to load V5? Any help is appreciated. 2007 335i e93 Vishnu Procede Rev3 (v4 currently)
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  • Charrigan's Avatar
    12-13-2014, 02:29 AM
    To make a long story short. I have been with my current employer for nearly 12 years. I started in high school and worked my way up through the ranks. Due to many issues I have been looking for a job for the past few months. I have received an offer with a much smaller company but the type of career I will love. Due to the new employers timeframe I will need to give my current employer only 8 days notice before leaving. I am not violating any contracts and we are an at will employment. Having said that I don't want to burn bridges even though my happiness with this company is completely gone. Have any any of you had to do this and how did it turn out?
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    12-16-2014, 10:22 PM
    Great race video showing a bolt on Gen IV Viper with a tune and full exhaust putting out 583 rear wheel horsepower running everything in sight. This is a well done and crystal clear video showing the mods for each opponent and their approximate power level. Take notes people. Run 1 Heads/Cam A6 C7 Stingray 540 whp This one is over before it starts. The C7 likely was in the wrong gear or at least we hope he was in the wrong gear as the Vette gets destroyed. Run 2 stock GSXR-600: This race starts off well and then the Viper appears to let off. Missed shift maybe? Run 3 Paxton Supercharged Gen III Viper 798 whp: This one is rather hard to explain as it is neck and neck. The Gen III starts to pull but the bolt on Viper keeps pace. The Gen III sure does not look like it is pacing 798 wheel horsepower although with a blower it easily should be. Run 4 Shelby GT500 with Kenne Bell 2.8 liter 718 whp: Botched run although the Viper jumps out ahead. Run 5 stock C7 Z06 7-speed: That poor Z06. Run 6 C7 Z06 rematch: Same result. The Z06 gets creamed. Run 7 and 8 threeway Viper, Z06, and GT500 The Viper again starts to pull away and the Z06 is left in the dust by everyone. The GT500 misses a gear and the Viper wins another one. They line up for another run with the Viper again pulling away. It's starting to look like only the Viper owner can drive. Run 9 Shelby GT500 rematch: Much closer this time although there is noticeable wheelspin. The Viper still manages to edge up top. That is one impressive Gen IV and the guy who owns sure can drive it. He ran everyone and basically beat everyone. A well done video as well, great stuff.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    12-16-2014, 10:28 PM
    Great race video showing a bolt on Gen IV Viper with a tune and full exhaust putting out 583 rear wheel horsepower running everything in sight. This is a well done and crystal clear video showing the mods for each opponent and their approximate power level. Take notes people. Run 1 Heads/Cam A6 C7 Stingray 540 whp This one is over before it starts. The C7 likely was in the wrong gear or at least we hope he was in the wrong gear as the Vette gets destroyed. Run 2 stock GSXR-600: This race starts off well and then the Viper appears to let off. Missed shift maybe? Run 3 Paxton Supercharged Gen III Viper 798 whp: This one is rather hard to explain as it is neck and neck. The Gen III starts to pull but the bolt on Viper keeps pace. The Gen III sure does not look like it is pacing 798 wheel horsepower although with a blower it easily should be. Run 4 Shelby GT500 with Kenne Bell 2.8 liter 718 whp: Botched run although the Viper jumps out ahead. Run 5 stock C7 Z06 7-speed: That poor Z06. Run 6 C7 Z06 rematch: Same result. The Z06 gets creamed. Run 7 and 8 threeway Viper, Z06, and GT500 The Viper again starts to pull away and the Z06 is left in the dust by everyone. The GT500 misses a gear and the Viper wins another one. They line up for another run with the Viper again pulling away. It's starting to look like only the Viper owner can drive. Run 9 Shelby GT500 rematch: Much closer this time although there is noticeable wheelspin. The Viper still manages to edge up top. That is one impressive Gen IV and the guy who owns sure can drive it. He ran everyone and basically beat everyone. A well done video as well, great stuff.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    12-13-2014, 01:13 PM
    Expect to see more flash tune results for the F80/F82 M3 and M4 in the coming months. BrenTuning bench flashed this F82 M4 S55 and showed some impressive flash tune gains. The flash tune only numbers show a gain of 38 horsepower at the wheels and 22 lb-ft of torque at the wheels over the baseline. Keep in mind the baseline figures are 385 horsepower and 348 lb-ft of torque at the wheels on a Mustang dyno. This dyno is much more conservative than its Dynojet peer. BrenTuning ran into some TMAP issues and this will be a limiting area for flash tuned S55's at least initially. To realize numbers on par with the piggyback tuning options while retaining the benefits of a flash tune BrenTuning added a piggyback tune into the mix. The result? A gain of 65 horsepower and 63 lb-ft of torque at the wheels for a total of 450 horsepower and 411 lb-ft of torque. Very solid gains with an early 'Stage 0' tune and piggyback working together. As we have seen with other turbo BMW motors things evolve considerably in the tuning department over time. It will be no different here but we likely will see flash tuning and piggyback tuning working in conjunction to offer the best of both worlds.
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