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  • Sticky's Avatar
    04-16-2014, 08:47 PM
    Gintani is working on to get my car ready for Shift Sector this weekend. The good news? The DCT is holding 21 psi from the YSI just fine on C16. The blower has more room in it but we're not going to push much further than that right now. Just want to get it reliable for the event and push the envelope later. I could probably ask for a couple more pounds of boost if necessary. How much power is it making? We don't know. It's spinning the tires on the dyno. It will be somewhere in the 800's right now probably. The car is not hooking in 2nd or 3rd gear. Alex said he needs a good coilover setup to tweak it and I told him that's fine. Whether we get the suspension sorted in time for better weight transfer is anyone's guess he will get back to me with pricing details. I am going to go to longer gearing once I can. For now I'm happy about the DCT working with the higher power setup.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    04-15-2014, 07:14 PM
    BMW had the new 2015 F82 M4 out in Long Beach, California for the Grand Prix last weekend. Fortunately, someone was able to record the startup and exhaust note sounds along with a few revs. The engine noise is not exactly what we have come to expect from BMW M. You be the judge but this is not the best sounding inline-6 engine that the M division has ever produced, that much is certain. One of the onlookers yells 'Sounds like my Prius' which may be the best assessment yet.
    79 replies | 851 view(s)
  • Sticky's Avatar
    04-15-2014, 07:20 PM
    BMW had the new 2015 F82 M4 out in Long Beach, California for the Grand Prix last weekend. Fortunately, someone was able to record the startup and exhaust note sounds along with a few revs. The engine noise is not exactly what we have come to expect from BMW M. You be the judge but this is not the best sounding inline-6 engine that the M division has ever produced, that much is certain. One of the onlookers yells 'Sounds like my Prius' which may be the best assessment yet.
    79 replies | 834 view(s)
  • Mike@Renntech's Avatar
    04-14-2014, 04:06 PM
    Our proprietary BMW ECU upgrade offers rock solid performance from RENNtech, the foremost tuning authority on Bosch and Siemens engine control units. These same units are utilized in Mercedes Benz vehicles, which RENNtech has been tuning since electronic engine management started to show up in vehicles during the mid 1980's, through our proprietary tuning software and approach for BMW is completely unique and independent from our Mercedes tuning program. RENNtech tuning software for BMW offers significant gains in performance and throttle response without sacrificing your daily driver BMW's reliability. By modifying ignition timing and throttle mapping, optimizing air/ fuel ratios,increasing the top speed limiter, improving engine cooling and modifying boost mapping for turbocharged vehicles; RENNtech performance software unleashes your BMW's true potential. Stock Performance 335iS E92/E93 (2010-2011- Manual & DCT N54B30to 3.0LBiturbo): ∑ 320 HP @ 5800RPM / 332 TQ @ 1400 RPM Modified Performance: ∑ 420 HP @ 5700RPM / 435 TQ @ 4300 RPM Price: $1,495 Stock Performance 335i/iX E90/E92/E93 (2007-2010 Manual & Steptronic N54B30) : 300 HP @ 5800 RPM / 300 TQ @ 1400 RPM Gains: 420 HP @ 5700 RPM / 435 TQ @ 4300 RPM Feel free to message or call me with any questions or to place an order and send us your ECU
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  • 135idct's Avatar
    04-16-2014, 04:19 PM
    The kit from FFtec ( 5862turbo ), the tune jb4, everything runs great i updated the jb4 firmware to the single turbo, but i can't do the Single BB flash, because i have the stock turbos 6AT_race flash i tried to write on it but the write failed. I select map2 with the new firmware, but when i go WOT for the log it switch to map4, so there's a problem! the car is too lean i think because it's not fully tuned. the engine cover melted i forgot to cut it from the rear turbo side, only 15min of drive and one time WOT :cool: ill isolate all the wires and wrap them soon, the heat from the top mount is no joke this is the BB flash problem, there's a force start button would it help?? * im running the FFtec lpfp 455, easy to install about 15 mins, it's pricey but worth it no pic for the lpfp.. this is how it sounds with open downpipe, sorry for the quality Big thanx to: @MikeB@FFTEC @Terry@BMS @Eleventeen @ Ak335i and my cousin Nasser
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  • Mike@Renntech's Avatar
    04-16-2014, 06:47 PM
    Our proprietary BMW ECU upgrade offers rock solid performance from RENNtech, the foremost tuning authority on Bosch and Siemens engine control units. These same units are utilized in Mercedes Benz vehicles, which RENNtech has been tuning since electronic engine management started to show up in vehicles during the mid 1980's, through our proprietary tuning software and approach for BMW is completely unique and independent from our Mercedes tuning program. RENNtech tuning software for BMW offers significant gains in performance and throttle response without sacrificing your daily driver BMW's reliability. By modifying ignition timing and throttle mapping, optimizing air/ fuel ratios,increasing the top speed limiter, improving engine cooling and modifying boost mapping for turbocharged vehicles; RENNtech performance software unleashes your BMW's true potential. Stock Performance 335iS E92/E93 (2010-2011- Manual & DCT N54B30to 3.0LBiturbo): ∑ 320 HP @ 5800RPM / 332 TQ @ 1400 RPM Modified Performance: ∑ 420 HP @ 5700RPM / 435 TQ @ 4300 RPM Price: $1,495 Stock Performance 335i/iX E90/E92/E93 (2007-2010 Manual & Steptronic N54B30) : 300 HP @ 5800 RPM / 300 TQ @ 1400 RPM Gains: 420 HP @ 5700 RPM / 435 TQ @ 4300 RPM Feel free to message or call me with any questions or to place an order and send us your ECU
    48 replies | 639 view(s)
  • Sales@Gintani.com's Avatar
    04-14-2014, 07:35 PM
    Gintani is very excited to introduce our new Gintani DCT Enhanced Oil Pan! • Machined from Billet Aluminum 6061 (aluminum has more heat transfer properties to help soak heat from DCT oil compared to the stock plastic DCT oil pan). • Enlarged outer cooling fins (to cool down DCT oil from heat transfer) • Increased fluid capacity to promote cooler oil temperatures (stock holds 1 liter compared to ours which holds 2.65 liters). • We provide a steel drain plug. • Re-utilizes your stock DCT oil pan gasket. • CNC’ed in-house at our Gintani facility (Made in USA). Retail pricing for the Gintani DCT Enhanced Oil Pan is $850 + shipping (Tax applies for CA residents). Our current introductory pricing will be $800 + free shipping (for continental US only) for the first 5 buyers. *Also compatible with the 2011-14 135i, 335iS, F10 M5, and F12/3 M6 DCT. If you would like to be placed on the list, please send me an email at Charles@gintani.com with your name, phone number, M3Post username, and email so that I can create an official list of the first 5 buyers. 1. ElusiveOne 2. DevourS65 3. 4. 5. In the next 2-3 weeks, we plan to provide a full kit as well for those who want to take it a step further. Our Gintani DCT Enhanced Oil Pan will be upgrade-able for those who purchase the pan now and want to purchase the full kit later. Our full kit will include the Gintani DCT Enhanced Oil Pan, 1 Auxiliary Oil Cooler, 2 SPAL Fans, XRP Teflon Oil Lines, and 1 External Oil Pump to promote even further DCT Oil cooling. Our Gintani DCT Enhanced Oil Pan provides plenty of cooling for the average enthusiast, but those who want to ensure the best cooling whether on the track or street, the full kit will provide the best DCT oil cooling in the market. Please let me know if you have any questions. Office: 818-787-8260 Email: Charles@gintani.com Thank you! :handgestures-thumb:
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  • BlackJetE90OC's Avatar
    Yesterday, 12:36 PM
    Axis of Oversteer put F80 M3 on the scales. http://blog.axisofoversteer.com/2014/04/on-our-scales.html F80 M3 6-speed manual, standard steel brakes, carbon roof, 19in wheels 3,562 lbs For comparison (obviously on different scales): F90 M3 6-speed manual, competition package 3540 lbs
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Yesterday, 01:11 PM
    Oh BMW, you sure do know how to use marketing to stir interest don't you? BMW got the hype machine for the new F80 M3 rolling hard with a press release last year announcing a weight of 3306 pounds. They played up the idea that they went to crazy lengths to shave weight and that the new M3 would be much lighter than the car it replaced. That 3306 pound claimed weight was misleading to say the least as a 6-speed manual F80 M3 with fluids was weighed and it came out to 3562 pounds. How exactly does BMW miss the target by 256 pounds? By quoting a dry weight without fluids and also likely with the optional carbon ceramic brakes which this F80 M3 does not have. This is a manual car by the way which means that a DCT M3 without the carbon ceramics will likely tip the scales at over 3600 pounds with a full gas tank. How many pounds lighter is the new 6-speed F80 M3 than the E9X M3 it replaces in reality? Zero. It actually looks like it is about the same or heavier if equipped with the same transmission as the weight you see below is from a DCT E92 M3: So much for BMW's weight loss hype. This does not mean the M3/M4 will not perform well or outperform the previous generation car. The M3/M4 will outperform the E9X M3 it just is a bit disappointing this car is not turning out to be quite what BMW portrayed it as initially. Source
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    04-16-2014, 03:52 PM
    Not sure how many hockey fans we have here but whatever. I'm hoping the Ducks win another cup and they are the number 1 seed out west. Kind of hoping for a Kings vs. Ducks series in round 2 which would be epic. Boston will likely make it out of the weaker east to play for the cup. Anyway, go Ducks!
    27 replies | 684 view(s)
  • mithiral67's Avatar
    04-17-2014, 05:25 PM
    Little back ground. I have a 2011 335is manual with 20k miles. Modifications include cobb flash, FMIC, DPs, Intake, and RB upgraded turbos. Everything was on the car when I brought it to the dealer but the cobb, I had uninstalled it. So, I had my brake pad service indicator on for a month or so, with the miles indicator counting down. Took it in about 3 weeks ago and they noted that the pads were fine (60%) but that the system was off and needed to be updated. I said okay, no worries. Get it back the next day. I have been swamped with work and didnít have a chance to put the cobb back on. One thing odd I noted was I wasnít getting an error for not having my primary cats and I wasnít see fuel pump codes (running e45 with a stock fueling system with RBs was taking its toll) like I was before bringing it in. So, last week I had time to install the cobb and get Rom not recognized. I fired off to Cobb and received the following info from cobb. I received your rom and have started to get working on it, but this is a completely new family of roms that I have never seen. Is this your first time attempting to install the Accessport, or did you recently get an update from the dealer? Just curious... At any rate, this is going to be a very slow process as I work through it. It seems BMW has made some significant changes and it will take me quite a while to get everything sorted. I am following up and he noted weeks to months to update. As I have a Ĺ event in 2 months, that event might be pretty boring if I am stuck at 350 hp. Anyway, be weary if they ask to reflash your car if you are on cobb. Cheers, James
    19 replies | 535 view(s)
  • BuraQ's Avatar
    Yesterday, 01:17 PM
    Is it normal for STFT Banks 1 and 2 to be off from each other, and by how much is considered normal ? http://www.datazap.me/u/buraq/beastmode-v31?log=0&data=2-13-14-15 The only thing I found when searching was related to an M3 in which its STFT bank 1 was in the negative and bank 2 in the positive is has no relation to my concern. Thanks in advance.....
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    04-14-2014, 07:50 PM
    Remember those rumors from last year that BMW would follow Honda back to Formula 1? There is some substance to them. Now, this would not be a complete return but BMW would be back as an engine supplier. This would be a big deal in the new Formula 1 turbocharged era considering the last time BMW built Formula 1 turbocharged motors the engines dominated and produced power to such a degree that they were banned. BMW's performance image has taken a huge tumble to say the least. A return to Formula 1 in any capacity would be good for the brand. Not to mention, BMW still is capable of building the best engines in the world despite the fact they have not shown this capability in quite some time. They still have it, don't they? Well, Formula 1 would certainly put their engineering to the test. BMW's board of directors will meet next month to evaluate whether BMW should return to supplying motors for F1 competition or not. Who knows what their decision will be. Will BMW show some pride and compete at the highest levels? Will BMW's board instead decide top level competition is 'too expensive' and hide their tail between their front wheel drive Active Tourer's tires? We will have to wait and see. Source
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    04-16-2014, 09:53 PM
    Here is a great comparison featuring the best naturally aspirated V8 powerlpant in AMG's history going up against AMG's newer turbocharged design. The M159 V8 in the SLS Black Series is a 6.2 liter naturally aspirated V8 and this particular car is tuned by Weistec along with featuring long tube headers. As Weistec Engineering demonstrated last month their SLS Black Series tune with headers is good for over 600 horsepower at the wheels on 91 octane pump gas. The E63 AMG is a 2013 rear wheel drive model. This car has a tune from Renntech along with RADO downpipes said to be good for around the 630 wheel horsepower range. Torque is in the turbo M157's favor with 735 lb-ft at the wheels. The M159 by contrast has 463 lb-ft at the wheels which is a very large difference on paper. Nobody will deny turbocharged motors are capable of big torque numbers. That said, the SLS Black Series features tighter gearing and a much higher redline at 8000 rpm. It's a motor with a definite breathing advantage at higher revs. Power and torque are in the E63's favor (at a lower rpm) but the SLS Black Series is roughly 600 pounds lighter. The SLS also has a dual clutch transmission whereas the E63 is using the MCT wet-clutch automatic. So what happens? A great race is what happens. The SLS gets a slight lead thanks to its shift speed advantage and manages to pull in the lower gears. Up top once the cars spend more time in gear the E63 is able to inch back but not enough to win the race. It's close at the markers with the Black Series slightly ahead. Simply a great run from two great AMG motors that employ different, yet very effective, strategies.
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  • Ak335i's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:28 PM
    Ak335i started a thread E85 single turbo 6466 logs in N54
    Finally decided to save a couple logs on straight E85 to post up. 6466 custom single turbo 22/23psi E85 Meth flow starting at 5psi and not full flow in these logs.. ill try to get some later with full flow starting around 20psi these are 3rd gear and it was loosing traction bad up top anyway cars running well on e85 been doin this for a while back and forth full e85 abd race gas depending on my mood
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    04-15-2014, 09:07 PM
    Mercedes-Benz, you are on quite the roll! You know by now that a new sports car is coming from Mercedes-Benz which will likely be called the AMG GT. The latest round of spyphotos gave us a decent idea of what the exterior proportions and design will be but they did not display any interior details. We now have those interior details thanks to a internet leak of the photos of the official finished interior design and it is simply stunning. The stitching, the two tone leather, the integrated infotainment system, the round vents, progressive center console design, etc., all gorgeous. This vehicle is shaping up nicely and with some big output expected out of the M177/M178 4.0 liter twin turbo V8 the AMG GT is going to be a very solid all around luxury sports car. Hopefully the next leak is of the finished exterior.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    04-16-2014, 10:03 PM
    Here is a great comparison featuring the best naturally aspirated V8 powerlpant in AMG's history going up against AMG's newer turbocharged design. The M159 V8 in the SLS Black Series is a 6.2 liter naturally aspirated V8 and this particular car is tuned by Weistec along with featuring long tube headers. As Weistec Engineering demonstrated last month their SLS Black Series tune with headers is good for over 600 horsepower at the wheels on 91 octane pump gas. The E63 AMG is a 2013 rear wheel drive model. This car has a tune from Renntech along with RADO downpipes said to be good for around the 630 wheel horsepower range. Torque is in the turbo M157's favor with 735 lb-ft at the wheels. The M159 by contrast has 463 lb-ft at the wheels which is a very large difference on paper. Nobody will deny turbocharged motors are capable of big torque numbers. That said, the SLS Black Series features tighter gearing and a much higher redline at 8000 rpm. It's a motor with a definite breathing advantage at higher revs. Power and torque are in the E63's favor (at a lower rpm) but the SLS Black Series is roughly 600 pounds lighter. The SLS also has a dual clutch transmission whereas the E63 is using the MCT wet-clutch automatic. So what happens? A great race is what happens. The SLS gets a slight lead thanks to its shift speed advantage and manages to pull in the lower gears. Up top once the cars spend more time in gear the E63 is able to inch back but not enough to win the race. It's close at the markers with the Black Series slightly ahead. Simply a great run from two great AMG motors that employ different, yet very effective, strategies.
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  • Moedigzz's Avatar
    Today, 12:51 AM
    I'm going to be fabbing up a top mount s372 T4 kit on my friends 335i. I am very familiar with tunerpro and EFI tuning priciples, since I have been tuning EFI systems for well over 10yrs. I have a BT cable and have read about a hidden forum on bimmerboost for the development of the open source code and XDF files. I'd love access to this information. I'll be more than willing to test different ideas and share what I learn along the way. One question I do have is: why are n54's only running roughly 10* of timing, while running boost pressures that normally would allow 20*+ of timing. I normally run over 20* until well past 10psi, on other platforms I have dyno tuned. On e85 I have ran well past 30* of timing to well past 10psi(basically NA timing values). I don't understand the low timing values used. Less than MBT would just add massive heat to the exhaust and is generally NOT GOOD FOR TURBOS. This also may be causing many of the main o2 sensor failures on ST n54's. Thank you for any insight given.
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  • 135idct's Avatar
    04-15-2014, 12:19 PM
    how to power it up i connect every thing but the power wires?? there r two wires OEM each wire with two wires orange and white so the total is 4 how to connect them to the mac solenoid?? ASAP.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    04-14-2014, 07:35 PM
    Remember those rumors from last year that BMW would follow Honda back to Formula 1? There is some substance to them. Now, this would not be a complete return but BMW would be back as an engine supplier. This would be a big deal in the new Formula 1 turbocharged era considering the last time BMW built Formula 1 turbocharged motors the engines dominated and produced power to such a degree that they were banned. BMW's performance image has taken a huge tumble to say the least. A return to Formula 1 in any capacity would be good for the brand. Not to mention, BMW still is capable of building the best engines in the world despite the fact they have not shown this capability in quite some time. They still have it, don't they? Well, Formula 1 would certainly put their engineering to the test. BMW's board of directors will meet next month to evaluate whether BMW should return to supplying motors for F1 competition or not. Who knows what their decision will be. Will BMW show some pride and compete at the highest levels? Will BMW's board instead decide top level competition is 'too expensive' and hide their tail between their front wheel drive Active Tourer's tires? We will have to wait and see. Source
    15 replies | 127 view(s)
  • Sticky's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:57 PM
    Great results here from the Gulf region with an SL63 putting down some impressive numbers at the Yas Marina drag strip in the Abu Dhabi. The R231 SL63 AMG is the lightest car available in the Mercedes-Benz lineup with the M157 5.5 liter twin turbo AMG V8 and it shows. It isn't light at ~4100 pounds but it is about 200 pounds less than the rear wheel drive E63 AMG. PP-Performance tuned this car and modified the turbos bumping output to roughly 800 crank horsepower. The result on the dragsrip is close to a mid 10 second run with a 10.691 at 133.937 miles per hour. The 60 foot is a solid 1.685 seconds meaning that despite the street rubber the car is hooking well. Timeslip and list of modifications below. Modifications: PP-Performance ECU Upgrade RS800 Downpipes Exhaust System Modified Turbos
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  • psmith95's Avatar
    Today, 03:07 PM
    Hey guys so I just got my car back yesterday from having the Spec stage 3+ clutch and Steel SMFW installed and I have a few questions. So first of all my pedal is pretty stiff. I wouldn't say it is necessarily over the top but it is much stiffer than I expected after reading that it is barely more than stock. Now my biggest concern is the engagement point. I made it a point to tell the shop to use the low TO bearing position so they definitely did that, however, my clutch still engages at the top. I would say 9/10 of the way up is when it starts to engage. Without my clutch stop it was a paint to drive but now that I put it back in it's a bit better. I spoke to the shop and they said that it was normal with a performance clutch like this to engage high and as it gets broken in it will get a bit lower? I only have around 140 miles on it so far so i'm not complaining just want to see if this is normal and the engagement point I should expect out of it. Thanks in advance for anyones help
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    04-18-2014, 07:50 PM
    We will be seeing this comparison many times over the next few years. MotorTrend already compared these cars last month with the Subaru WRX STI picked as the winner over both. In that comparison the CLA45 AMG finished in last place and the BMW M235i finished in 2nd place although the CLA45 AMG was quicker around the track than the M235i and also the faster car in a straight line. Well, here we go again without the Subaru. MotorTrend is rehashing content but considering the popularity of these two cars that is fine. As you already know these two cars have significant differences. The Mercedes-Benz CLA45 has a turbocharged 2.0 liter four-cylinder. The motor, codenamed M133, is the world's most powerful production four-cylinder and a beast of a 2.0 liter. The M235i has the tried and true turbocharged 3.0 liter N55 inline-6 although at 320 horsepower it is rated at 35 horses less than the CLA45 AMG. The BMW is rear wheel drive with an 8-speed ZF automatic (a manual is an option). The CLA45 AMG by contrast has a seven speed dual clutch transmission and it sends power to all four wheels. So does MotorTrend feel differently about these cars a month later? Well, the M235i is criticized for its brakes and steering feel. It is said to offer great fun factor partially due to being able to wag its tail around and its balance. The CLA45 AMG by contrast is said to feel more powerful, offer better grip, and it features better brakes. The steering feel also is stated to be better which is interesting considering this is essentially a front wheel drive platform. MotorTrend complains about the looks but this is subjective and having seen the CLA in person it is quite striking. The dual clutch is also criticized for its behavior and downshift speed. They take them around the track in an attempt to pick which is better and this is where the rehashing of content comes in. We already know the result from last month with the CLA45 outperforming the M235i on the track. What the video features is an overlay of both cars lapping which is nice to see. Ultimately, these are both great entry level German performance cars. The CLA45 AMG is the better performer partially as a virtue of brute force but the M235i offers a greater fun factor. Two different styles at work here and it would be nice to revisit this comparison when the M235i gets a limited slip differential. On a track like the Streets of Willow that alone will make a huge difference for the M235i.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    04-17-2014, 02:40 PM
    Why does anyone need over 600 horsepower at the wheels in a G-Wagon? Come on now, nobody reading this site is asking that question. A 5600 pound German tank pushing 620 horsepower to all four wheels along with 547 pound-feet of torque is absurdly awesome. The motor is built by Eurocharged and is bored out to 5.7 liters with ported heads. The supercharger is Weistec's 3.0 liter twin screw which replaces the 2.1 liter OEM blower. Eurocharged added in some of their custom tuning and the result at all four wheels is staggering. Considering the drivetrain losses this is one of the strongest supercharged M113 V8's in the world. Simply great work by everyone involved.
    7 replies | 333 view(s)
  • mjmarovi's Avatar
    Today, 09:29 AM
    Link to original page: http://blog.heartland.org/2014/03/a-history-of-the-disastrous-global-warming-hoax/ A History of the Disastrous Global Warming Hoax by Alan Caruba March 31, 2014 “It is the greatest deception in history and the extent of the damage has yet to be exposed and measured,” says Dr. Tim Ball in his new book, “The Deliberate Corruption of Climate Science”.Dr. Ball has been a climatologist for more than forty years and was one of the earliest critics of the global warming hoax that was initiated by the United Nations environmental program that was established in 1972 and the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) established in 1988.Several UN conferences set in motion the hoax that is based on the assertion that carbon dioxide (CO2) was causing a dramatic surge in heating the Earth. IPCC reports have continued to spread this lie through their summaries for policy makers that influenced policies that have caused nations worldwide to spend billions to reduce and restrict CO2 emissions. Manmade climate change—called anthropogenic global warming—continues to be the message though mankind plays no role whatever.There is no scientific support for the UN theory.CO2, despite being a minor element of the Earth’s atmosphere, is essential for all life on Earth because it is the food that nourishes all vegetation. The Earth has passed through many periods of high levels of CO2 and many cycles of warming and cooling that are part of the life of the planet.“Science works by creating theories based on assumptions,” Dr. Ball notes, “then other scientists—performing their skeptical role—test them. The structure and mandate of the IPCC was in direct contradiction of this scientific method. They set out to prove the theory rather than disprove it.”“The atmosphere,” Dr. Ball notes, “is three-dimensional and dynamic, so building a computer model that even approximates reality requires far more data than exists and much greater understanding of an extremely turbulent and complex system.” No computer model put forth by the IPCC in support of global warming has been accurate, nor ever could be.Most of the reports were created by a small group of men working within the Climate Research Unit (CRU) of the University of East Anglia and all were members of the IPCC. The result was “a totally false picture supposedly based on science.”The revelations of emails between the members of the CRU were made available in 2009 by an unknown source. Dr. Ball quotes Phil Jones, the Director of the CRU at the time of the leaks, and Tom Wigley, a former director addressing other CRU members admitting that “Many of the uncertainties surrounding the cause of climate change will never be resolved because the necessary data are lacking.”The IPCC depended upon the public’s lack of knowledge regarding the science involved and the global warming hoax was greatly aided because the “mainstream media bought into and promoted the unproven theory. Scientists who challenged were denied funding and marginalized. National environmental policies were introduced based on the misleading information” of the IPCC summaries of their reports.“By the time of the 2001 IPCC Third Assessment Report, the politics and hysteria about climate change had risen to a level that demanded clear evidence of a human signal,” notes Dr. Ball. “An entire industry had developed around massive funding from government. A large number of academic, political, and bureaucratic careers had evolved and depended on expansion of the evidence. Environmentalists were increasing pressure on the public and thereby politicians.”The growing problem for the CRU and the entire global warming hoax was that no clear evidence existed to blame mankind for changes in the climate and still largely unknown to the public was the fact that the Earth has passed through many natural cycles of warmth and cooling. If humans were responsible, how could the CRU explain a succession of ice ages over millions of years?The CRU emails revealed their growing concerns regarding a cooling cycle that had begun in the late 1990s and now, some seventeen years later, the Earth is in a widely recognized cooling cycle.Moreover, the hoax was aimed at vast reductions in the use of coal, oil, and natural gas, as well as nuclear power to produce the electricity on which all modern life depends. There was advocacy of solar and wind power to replace them and nations undertook costly programs to bring about the reduction of the CO2 “fossil fuels” produced and spent billions on the “green” energy. That program is being abandoned.At the heart of the hoax is a contempt for mankind and a belief that population worldwide should be reduced. The science advisor to President Obama, John Holdren, has advocated forced abortions, sterilization by introducing infertility drugs into the nation’s drinking water and food, and other totalitarian measures. “Overpopulation is still central to the use of climate change as a political vehicle,” warns Dr. Ball.Given that the environmental movement has been around since the 1960s, it has taken decades for the public to grasp its intent and the torrents of lies that have been used to advance it. “More people,” notes Dr. Ball, “are starting to understand that what they’re told about climate change by academia, the mass media, and the government is wrong, especially the propaganda coming from the UN and the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.”“Ridiculous claims—like the science is settled or the debate is over—triggered a growing realization that something was wrong.” When the global warming advocates began to tell people that cooling is caused by warming, the public has realized how absurd the entire UN climate change argument has been.Worse, however, has been “the deliberate deceptions, misinformation, manipulation of records and misapplying scientific method and research” to pursue a political objective. Much of this is clearly unlawful, but it is unlikely that any of those who perpetrated the hoax will ever be punished and, in the case of Al Gore and the IPCC, they shared a Nobel Peace Prize!We are all in debt to Dr. Ball and a score of his fellow scientists who exposed the lies and debunked the hoax; their numbers are growing with thousands of scientists signing petitions and participating in international conferences to expose this massive global deception. For more info on who Alan Caruba is: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alan_Caruba
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  • jaye944's Avatar
    04-15-2014, 10:22 AM
    While I'm waiting find one. I thought I put a list of planned upgrades, car will be a daily driver, here in Canada (so snow in winter) what do you guys think of the upgrades and any suggestions? thanks ------- H&R Stage 3 Race Springs KYB GR2 Struts Bavarian Autosport (front Stress Bar) Billet Front Strut Tower Bar Slotted Rotors Body Kit Front Bumper, Side Skirts, Rear Bumper 3pc boot Lip spoiler PIAA Xtreme White Bulbs H7 EZ Shield Headlight Protection Kit CG Red/Clear LED Tail Lights Convertible wind Deflector 35% Lumar Tint / back & rear Hedman Performance Black Painted Steel Headers AFE Throttle body spacer Rogue Engineering Rasp (Exhaust) Pipe Polyurethane (Street use) Motor Mount Set
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  • lulz_m3's Avatar
    Yesterday, 06:09 AM
    Go fuck yourself klipseracer
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    04-18-2014, 12:39 PM
    Flashing of vehicle ECU's through the OBD-II (on board diagnostics) port is not exactly anything new. Even flashing from a mobile device is not new but seeing it accomplished on such a wide scale and compatible with any android device certainly is a step forward. OE Tuning is utilizing the Droid Personal Flasher to deliver tunes. The way it works is the device is tied to a tuner and that tuner can provide a maximum of four files for the user to flash whenever they decide to. A total of four files is a bit limiting as is the device being tied to a single tuner. That means if you want to use the device to flash files from different companies to compare them you would need a new device since it is VIN locked and the files are available through the Droid Personal Flasher back end. This is not exactly a free form flashing tool but no doubt one will come in time as Flashtec who makes the device and backend is obviously trying to lock this down for their own benefit. With how much piracy there is in the tuning industry who can blame them? Regardless, this is definitely a step forward and with the wide number supported platforms this certainly is an interesting tuning development. A list of supported platforms along with additional details below. The device retails for $260 and you must buy it from the tuner. To purchase from OE Tuning, go here: http://oetuning.com/blog/?p=1010 Supported platforms: 147 1900 JTD 16V M-JET 125KW EDC16C39 1900 JTD 8V M-JET 88KW EDC16C39 1900 JTD 16V M-JET 110KW EDC16C39 159 2400 JTD 20V M-JET Q4 154KW EDC16C39 2400 JTD 20V M-JET Q-TRONIC 147KW EDC16C39 2000 16V JTDM 125KW EDC16C39 1900 JTD 8V M-JET 88KW EDC16C39 2000 JTD 16V M-JET 100KW EDC16C39 1900 JTD 16V M-JET Q-TRONIC 110KW EDC16C39 2400 JTD 20V M-JET 154KW EDC16C39 2400 JTD 20V M-JET 147KW EDC16C39 1900 JTD 16V M-JET 110KW EDC16C39 1900 JTD 8V M-JET ECO 88KW EDC16C39 166 2400 JTD 20V M-JET 136KW EDC16C39 BRERA 2000 JTD 16V M-JET 125KW EDC16C39 2400 JTD 20V M-JET 154KW EDC16C39 2400 JTD 20V M-JET Q-TRONIC 147KW EDC16C39 GIULIETTA 2000 JTD 16V M-JET 103KW EDC16C39 1600 JTD 16V M-JET 77KW EDC16C39 2000 JTD 16V M-JET 125KW EDC16C39 GT 2000 JTD 16V M-JET 125KW EDC16C39 1900 JTD 16V M-JET 110KW EDC16C39 MITO 1.3 MJT 90 16V 66KW MJD6 CAN 1600 JTD 16V M-JET 88KW EDC16C39 SPIDER 2400 JTD 20V M-JET Q-TRONIC 147KW EDC16C39 2400 JTD 20V M-JET 154KW EDC16C39 2400 JTD 20V M-JET 147KW EDC16C39 A1 (8X) 1.6L 16V TDI 77KW/103HP PCR2.1 CONTINENTAL 1.6L 16V TDI 66KW/89HP PCR2.1 CONTINENTAL A2 (8Z) 1.2L 12V TDI 45KW/60HP EDC15 P+ 1.4L 6V TDI 55KW/74HP EDC15 P+ 1.4L 6V TDI 66KW/88HP EDC15 P+ A3 (8L) 1.9L 8V TDI 75KW/101HP EDC15 P+ 1.9L 8V TDI 95KW/127HP EDC15 P+ A3 (8P) 1.9L 8V TDI 77KW/103HP EDC16 2.0L 16V TDI 103KW/138HP EDC16 2.0L 16V FSI 110KW/148HP MED9 1.9L 16V TDI 77KW/103HP EDC16+ 2.0L 16V TFSI 147KW/197HP MED9 1.6L 16V FSI 75KW/101HP MED9 2.0L 16V TDI 103KW/138HP EDC16+ A3 (8P_2008) 1.6L 16V TDI 66KW/89HP PCR2.1 CONTINENTAL 1.6L 16V TDI 77KW/103HP PCR2.1 CONTINENTAL 1.4L 16V TFSI 92KW/123HP MED17 2.0L 16V TFSI 147KW/197HP MED17 1.8L 16V TFSI 118KW/158HP MED17 A4 (B6) 1.9L 8V TDI 74KW/100HP EDC15 P+ 1.9L 8V TDI 85KW/114HP EDC15 P+ 1.9L 8V TDI 96KW/129HP EDC15 P+ A4 (B7) 3.0L V6 24V TDI 171KW/229HP EDC16+ 1.9L 8V TDI 85KW/114HP EDC16+ 3.0L V6 24V TDI 150KW/201HP EDC16+ 2.0L 16V TDI 103KW/138HP EDC16+ 2.0L 16V TFSI 147KW/197HP MED9 2.0L 8V TDI 103KW/138HP EDC16+ 2.7L V6 24V TDI 132KW/177HP EDC16+ 2.0L 16V TFSI DTM 162KW/217HP MED9 A4 (B8) 2.0L 16V TFSI 155KW/208HP MED17 1.8L 16V TFSI 88KW/118HP MED17 1.8L 16V TFSI 118KW/158HP MED17 A5 (8F/8T) 1.8L 16V TFSI 125KW/170HP MED17 2.0L 16V TFSI 155KW/208HP MED17 A6 (C4) 1.9L 8V TDI 96KW/130HP EDC15 P+ 1.9L 8V TDI 85KW/115HP EDC15 P+ A6 (C5) 2.0L 16V TFSI DTM 162KW/217HP MED9 3.0L V6 24V TDI 165KW/225HP EDC16+ 1.9L 8V TDI 85KW/115HP EDC16+ 2.7L V6 24V TDI 140KW/188HP EDC16+ 2.0L 16V TFSI 147KW/197HP MED9 2.0L 16V TDI 103KW/138HP EDC16+ A8 (D3) 3.0L V6 24V TDI 171KW/229HP EDC16+ ALLROAD 3.0L V6 24V TDI 165KW/221HP EDC16+ 2.7L V6 TDI 140KW/188HP EDC16+ Q5 2.0L 16V TFSI 155KW/208HP MED17 Q7 3.0L V6 24V TDI 171KW/229HP EDC16+ R8 5.2L V10 FSI 386KW/518HP MED9 4.2L V8 FSI 316KW/424HP MED9 R8 2012 5.2L V10 FSI 386KW/518HP MED9.1/5 RS4 MK2 4.2L V8 32V FSI 309KW/414HP ME9 RS6 MK2 5.0L V10 40V TFSI 426KW/572HP ME9 S3 MK2 2.0L 16V TFSI 195KW/261HP MED9 S6 MK3 5.2L V10 40V FSI 320KW/435HP ME9 S8 MK2 5.2L V10 40V FSI 331KW/450HP MED9 TT MK2 (8J) 2.0L 16V TFSI 147KW/197HP MED9 2.5L 20V TFSI RS 250KW/335HP MED9 1.8L 16V TFSI 118KW/158HP MED17 2.0L 16V TFSI S 200KW/268HP MED9 MOTORBIKES HP2 SPORT 98KW BMSK ME9 MEGAMOTO 83KW BMSK ME9 ENDURO 77KW BMSK ME9 K 1300 S SPORT 118KW BMSK ME9 GT 118KW BMSK ME9 R 118KW BMSK ME9 R 1200 GS 81KW BMSK ME9 R 59KW BMSK ME9 GS 77KW BMSK ME9 S 90KW BMSK ME9 R 80KW BMSK ME9 RT 81KW BMSK ME9 ST 81KW BMSK ME9 GS ADVENTURE 81KW BMSK ME9 GS ADVENTURE 77KW BMSK ME9 S 1000 RR 142KW BMSK ME9 CARS SERIE 1 135I KLINE SIEMENS MSD80 120D BOSCH EDC16C35 2MB KSLOW 120D KLINE BOSCH EDC16C35 2MB 130I 195KW KLINE SIEMENS MSV70 118D KLINE BOSCH EDC16C35 2MB 118D BOSCH EDC16C35 2MB KSLOW SERIE 3 325I KLINE SIEMENS MSD80 320D BOSCH EDC16C35 2MB KSLOW 320I KLINE SIEMENS MSD80 335D BOSCH EDC16C35 2MB KSLOW 318D BOSCH EDC16C35 2MB KSLOW 323I KLINE SIEMENS MSD80 335I KLINE SIEMENS MSD80 335D KLINE BOSCH EDC16C35 2MB 320D KLINE BOSCH EDC16C35 2MB 325I 160KW KLINE SIEMENS MSV70 330D KLINE BOSCH EDC16C35 2MB 330D BOSCH EDC16C35 2MB KSLOW 318D KLINE BOSCH EDC16C35 2MB SERIE 5 520I KLINE SIEMENS MSD80 525D KLINE BOSCH EDC16C35 2MB 530D KLINE BOSCH EDC16C35 2MB 523I KLINE SIEMENS MSD80 535D KLINE BOSCH EDC16C35 2MB 525I KLINE SIEMENS MSD80 520D BOSCH EDC16C35 2MB KSLOW 520D KLINE BOSCH EDC16C35 2MB 525D BOSCH EDC16C35 2MB KSLOW 535D BOSCH EDC16C35 2MB KSLOW 530D BOSCH EDC16C35 2MB KSLOW SERIE 6 630I 190KW KLINE SIEMENS MSV70 SERIE 7 730D BOSCH EDC16C35 2MB KSLOW 730D KLINE BOSCH EDC16C35 2MB SERIE X3 3.0D KLINE BOSCH EDC16C35 2MB 3.0D BOSCH EDC16C35 2MB KSLOW 2.0D KLINE BOSCH EDC16C35 2MB 2.0D BOSCH EDC16C35 2MB KSLOW SERIE X5 3.0D KLINE BOSCH EDC16C35 2MB 3.0D BOSCH EDC16C35 2MB KSLOW SERIE X6 35I KLINE SIEMENS MSD80 JUMPER 3000 HDI 114KW EDC16 C39 3000 HDI 107KW EDC16 C39 3000 HDI 118KW EDC16 C39 458 4.5 V8 570HP ME9.6 CALIFORNIA 4.3 V8 490 HP ME9.6 4.3 V8 460 HP ME9.6 FF 6.2 V12 660HP ME9.6 500 1.3 MJT 75 16V 55KW MJD6 CAN BRAVO 1900 8V MJET 66KW EDC16 C39 1600 16V MJET 88KW EDC16 C39 1900 8V MJET 88KW EDC16 C39 2000 JTD 16V M-JET 121KW EDC16C39 1900 16V MJET 110KW EDC16 C39 1600 16V MJET 77KW EDC16 C39 1600 16V MJET 66KW EDC16 C39 CROMA 1900 16V MJET 88KW EDC16 C39 2400 20V MJET 147KW EDC16 C39 1900 16V MJET 110KW EDC16 C39 DOBLO 1600 16V MJET 77KW EDC16 C39 1900 8V MJET 77KW EDC16 C39 1900 8V MJET DPF 88KW EDC16 C39 DUCATO 2200 MJET 77KW EDC16 C39 2300 MJET 88KW EDC16 C39 3000 MJET 118KW EDC16 C39 2300 MJET 96KW EDC16 C39 FIORINO 1.3 MJT 75 16V 55KW MJD6 CAN GRANDE PUNTO 1900 8V MJET 96KW EDC16 C39 1600 16V MJET 88KW EDC16 C39 1900 8V MJET 88KW EDC16 C39 IDEA 1600 16V MJET 88KW EDC16 C39 LINEA 1900 16V MJET 96KW EDC16 C39 1600 16V MJET 88KW EDC16 C39 MULTIPLA 1900 16V MJET 88KW EDC16 C39 PUNTO 1.3 MJT 75 16V 55KW MJD6 CAN 1.3 MJT 90 16V 66KW MJD6 CAN PUNTO EVO 1600 16V MJET 88KW EDC16 C39 QUBO 1.3 MJT 75 16V 55KW MJD6 CAN SEDICI 2000 16V MJET 100KW EDC16 C39 1900 8V MJET 88KW EDC16 C39 STILO 1900 16V MJET 110KW EDC16 C39 1900 8V MJET 88KW EDC16 C39 GALAXY 1.9L 8V TDI 110KW/147HP EDC15 P+ 1.9L 8V TDI 85KW/114HP EDC15 P+ 1.9L 8V TDI 95KW/127HP EDC15 P+ 1.9L TDI 66KW/89HP EDC15 C-MAX 2.0 TDCI 163HP DELPHI DCM3.5 2.0 TDCI 140HP DELPHI DCM3.5 2.0 TDCI 115HP DELPHI DCM3.5 FOCUS 2.0 TDCI 140HP DELPHI DCM3.5 2.0 TDCI 115HP DELPHI DCM3.5 2.0 TDCI 163HP DELPHI DCM3.5 GALAXY 2.0 TDCI 140HP DELPHI DCM3.5 2.0 TDCI 163HP DELPHI DCM3.5 2.0 TDCI 115HP DELPHI DCM3.5 GRAND C-MAX 2.0 TDCI 140HP DELPHI DCM3.5 2.0 TDCI 115HP DELPHI DCM3.5 2.0 TDCI 163HP DELPHI DCM3.5 KUGA 2.0 TDCI 163HP DELPHI DCM3.5 2.0 TDCI 140HP DELPHI DCM3.5 MONDEO 2.0 TDCI 140HP DELPHI DCM3.5 2.0 TDCI 115HP DELPHI DCM3.5 2.0 TDCI 163HP DELPHI DCM3.5 S-MAX 2.0 TDCI 115HP DELPHI DCM3.5 2.0 TDCI 140HP DELPHI DCM3.5 2.0 TDCI 163HP DELPHI DCM3.5 TRANSIT 2.2 TDCI 130HP VISTEON 2.2 TDCI 85HP VISTEON 3.2 TDCI 200HP VISTEON 2.4 TDCI 115HP VISTEON 2.4 TDCI 100HP VISTEON 2.4 TDCI 140HP VISTEON 2.2 TDCI 110HP VISTEON ACCORD 2.2I-CTDI EDC16C7 CIVIC 2.2I-CTDI EDC16C2 CR-V 2.2I-CTDI EDC16C2 FR-V 2.2I-CTDI EDC16C2 ACCENT 1500 16V CRDI 81KW EDC16C39 AVANTE 1600 CRDI DPF 85KW EDC16C39 AZERA 2200 16V CRDI 114KW EDC16C39 ELANTRA 1600 CRDI DPF 85KW EDC16C39 GETZ 1500 16V CRDI 81KW EDC16C39 GRANDEUR TG 2200 16V CRDI 114KW EDC16C39 H1 2500 CRDI 125KW EDC16C39 2500 CRDI 100KW EDC16C39 H200 2500 CRDI 100KW EDC16C39 2500 CRDI 125KW EDC16C39 I20 1600 CRDI 85KW EDC16C39 I30 1600 CRDI 66KW EDC16C39 2000 16V CRDI 103KW EDC16C39 1600 CRDI DPF 66KW EDC16C39 2000 16V CRDI DPF 103KW EDC16C39 1600 CRDI DPF 85KW EDC16C39 LAVITA 1500 16V CRDI 81KW EDC16C39 MATRIX 1500 16V CRDI 81KW EDC16C39 SANTA FE 2200 CRDI 114KW EDC16C39 2200 CRDI 110KW EDC16C39 SONATA 2000 16V CRDI 110KW EDC16C39 2000 16V CRDI 103KW EDC16C39 STAREX 2500 CRDI 125KW EDC16C39 2500 CRDI 110KW EDC16C39 TUCSON 2000 16V CRDI 103KW EDC16C39 VERNA 1500 16V CRDI 81KW EDC16C39 F 3.0 V6 250KW MED17.8.3 3.0 S V6 280KW MED17.8.3 5.0 S V8 364KW MED17.8.3 XF 2.2 D 120KW EDC17CP42 5.0 V8 283KW DENSO 3.0 S/C V6 250KW MED17.8.3 2.2 D 147KW EDC17CP42 R 5.0 V8 375KW DENSO XF SPORTBRAKE 2.2 D 120KW EDC17CP42 2.2 D 147KW EDC17CP42 XJ 5.0 V8 283KW DENSO 5.0 S/C V8 375KW MED17.8.3 SUPERCHARGED 5.0 V8 375KW DENSO 3.0 S/C V6 250KW MED17.8.3 XK R 5.0 S/C V8 375KW MED17.8.3 R 5.0 V8 375KW DENSO RS 5.0 S/C V8 405KW MED17.8.3 5.0 V8 283KW DENSO CARENS 2000 16V CRDI 103KW EDC16C39 CEED 1600 16V CRDI 66KW EDC16C39 1600 16V CRDI 84KW EDC16C39 2000 16V CRDI 103KW EDC16C39 CERATO 1600 16V CRDI 85KW EDC16C39 MAGENTIS 2000 16V CRDI 103KW EDC16C39 2000 16V CRDI 110KW EDC16C39 2000 16V CRDI 88KW EDC16C39 MORNING 1100 12V CRDI 55KW EDC16C39 OPTIMA 2000 16V CRDI 103KW EDC16C39 PICANTO 1100 12V CRDI 55KW EDC16C39 RIO 1100 12V CRDI 55KW EDC16C39 1500 16V CRDI 81KW EDC16C39 SORENTO 2500 16V CRDI 125KW EDC16C39 2500 16V CRDI 120KW EDC16C39 SPORTAGE 2000 16V CRDI 92KW EDC16C39 2000 16V CRDI 103KW EDC16C39 X-BOW 2.0L 16V TFSI STREET 177KW/238HP MED9.1 GALLARDO 5.2L V10 40V LP 560-4 412KW/553HP MED9.1 5.2L V10 40V LP 570-4 S.LEGGERA 419KW/562HP MED9.1 5.2L V10 40V LP 550-2 V.BALBONI 405KW/543HP MED9.1 DELTA 1900 16V MJET TWINTURBO 140KW EDC16+ 1600 16V MJET 88KW EDC16+ MUSA 1600 16V MJET 88KW EDC16+ THESIS 2400 20V MJET 147KW EDC16C39 DEFENDER 2.4 TD4 VISTEON 2.2 TDCI 90KW SID208 DISCOVERY3 2.7 TDV6 140KW SID201 DISCOVERY4 MY2010 2.7 TDV6 140KW SID203 EVOQUE 2.2 SD4 140KW EDC17CP42 2.2 TD4 110KW EDC17CP42 2.2 TD4 110KW 9 SPEED EDC17CP42 2.2 SD4 140KW 9 SPEED EDC17CP42 FREELANDER 2.2 SD4 140KW EDC17CP42 2.2 TD4 110KW EDC17CP42 RANGE ROVER 5.0 S/C V8 375KW MED17.8.3 3.6 TDV8 200KW SID203 RANGE ROVER SPORT 3.0 S/C V6 250KW MED17.8.3 2.7 TDV6 140KW SID201 5.0 S/C V8 375KW MED17.8.3 3.6 TDV8 200KW SID203 SUPERCHARGED 5.0 V8 375KW DENSO C CLASS C200CDI BOSCH EDC16C/C2 C270CDI BOSCH EDC16C/C2 C200CDI DELPHI SOLENOID CRD2.15 CAN C220CDI BOSCH EDC16C/C2 C CLASS W203 C230 2.5L 24V V6 150KW/201HP ME9.7 C350 3.5L 24V V6 200KW/268HP ME9.7 C280 3.0L 24V V6 170KW/228HP ME9.7 CLC350 3.5L 24V V6 200KW/268HP ME9.7 C CLASS W204/S204 C250 1.8L 16V 150KW/201HP ME9.7 C63 6.3L 32V V8 AMG PP 358KW/480HP ME9.7 C63 AMG BLACK SERIES 6.3L V8 32V 380KW/510HP ME9.7 C300 3.0L 24V V6 170KW/228HP ME9.7 C63 6.3L 32V V8 AMG 336KW/451HP ME9.7 C350 3.5L 24V V6 200KW/268HP ME9.7 CITAN 109CDI 1.5 90HP EDC17C42 CL CLASS W215 CL63 6.3L V12AMG 327KW/439HP ME9.7 CL CLASS W216 CL500 5.5L V8 289KW/388HP ME9.7 CLK CLASS CLK270CDI BOSCH EDC16C/C2 CLK CLASS C209/A209 CLK63 6.2L V8 AMG 354KW/475HP ME9.7 CLK63 6.2L V8 AMG BLACK SERIES 373KW/500HP ME9.7 CLK280 3.0L V6 170KW/228HP ME9.7 CLK550 5.5L V8 285KW/382HP ME9.7 CLK CLASS W208/A208 CLK350 3.5L V6 200KW/268HP ME9.7 CLS CLASS W219 CLS500 5.5L V8 281KW/377HP ME9.7 CLS350 3.5L V6 200KW/268HP ME9.7 CLS63 6.2L AMG 6.3L V8 378KW/507HP ME9.7 E CLASS E270CDI BOSCH EDC16C/C2 E200CDI DELPHI SOLENOID CRD2.15 CAN E200CDI BOSCH EDC16C/C2 E220CDI BOSCH EDC16C/C2 E220CDI DELPHI SOLENOID CRD2.15 CAN E320CDI BOSCH EDC16C/C2 E CLASS W211 E350 3.5L V6 200KW/268HP ME9.7 E280 3.0L V6 170KW/228HP ME9.7 E500 5.5L V8 285KW/383HP ME9.7 E CLASS W212/S212 E63 AMG 6.3L V8 386KW/518HP ME9.7 E500 5.5L V8 285KW/383HP ME9.7 GL CLASS X164 GL450 4.6L V8 32V 250KW/335HP ME9.7 GL500 5.5L V8 32V 285KW/383HP ME9.7 GLK CLASS X204 GLK300 3.0L V6 170KW/228HP ME9.7 GLK280 3.0L V6 170KW/228HP ME9.7 GLK350 3.5L V6 24V 200KW/268HP ME9.7 M CLASS W164 ML350 3.5L V6 24V 200KW/268HP ME9.7 ML500 5.5L V8 285KW/383HP ME9.7 ML63 6.2L V8 32V AMG 375KW/503HP ME9.7 R CLASS W251 R63 6.2L V8 32V AMG 375KW/503HP ME9.7 R300 3.0L V6 24V 170KW/228HP ME9.7 R350 3.5L V6 24V 200KW/268HP ME9.7 R280 3.0L V6 24V 170KW/228HP ME9.7 S CLASS S320CDI BOSCH EDC16C/C2 S CLASS W221 S300 3.0L V6 170KW/228HP ME9.7 S63 AMG 6.2L V8 32V 386KW/518HP ME9.7 S500 5.5L V8 32V 285KW/383HP ME9.7 S350 3.5L V6 24V 200KW/268HP ME9.7 SL CLASS R230 SL500 5.5L V8 32V 285KW/382HP ME9.7 SL350 3.5L V6 24V 232KW/311HP ME9.7 SL63 6.2L V8 AMG 386KW/518HP ME9.7 SLK CLASS R171 SLK280 3.0L V6 24V 170KW/228HP ME9.7 SLK350 3.5L V6 24V 200KW/268HP ME9.7 SLS CLASS C197 6.2L V8 AMG 420KW/563HP ME9.7 SPRINTER 313CDI DELPHI SOLENOID CRD2.30 CAN 316CDI DELPHI SOLENOID CRD2.30 CAN 310CDI DELPHI SOLENOID CRD2.30 CAN SPRINTER W906 224 3.5L V6 24V 190KW/255HP ME9.7 VIANO 2.2CDI BOSCH EDC16C/C2 2.0CDI DELPHI SOLENOID CRD2.20 CAN 2.2CDI DELPHI SOLENOID CRD2.20 CAN VIANO CLASS W639 V220 2.2L 16V CDI 140KW/187 HP ME9.7 VITO 110CDI DELPHI SOLENOID CRD2.20 CAN 116CDI DELPHI SOLENOID CRD2.20 CAN 113CDI DELPHI SOLENOID CRD2.20 CAN 2.2CDI BOSCH EDC16C/C2 ONE DIESEL 1.4D BOSCH EDC16C35 2MB KSLOW BOXER 3000 HDI 118KW EDC16 C39 CARS CAPTUR 1.5 DCI 90HP EDC17C42 CLIO 1.5 DCI 90HP EDC17C42 MASTER 2.3 DCI EDC17C42 MEGANE 1.6 DCI 130HP EDC17C42 SCENIC 2.3 DCI 100HP EDC17C42 ALHAMBRA 2 1.9L 8V TDI 85KW/115HP EDC15 P+ 2.0L 16V TDI 103KW/140HP EDC16+ 1.9L 8V TDI 110KW/150HP EDC15 P+ 1.9L 8V TDI 96KW/130HP EDC15 P+ 1.9L 8V TDI 67KW/90HP EDC15 P+ ALTEA 1.9L 8V TDI 77KW/103HP EDC16 2.0L 16V TDI 103KW138HP EDC16+ 2.0L 16V TDI 103KW/138HP EDC16 1.9L 8V TDI 77KW/103HP EDC16+ 2.0L 16V FSI 110KW/148HP MED9 ALTEA 2009 1.6L 16V TDI 77KW/103HP PCR2.1 CONTINENTAL AROSA 1.4L 6V TDI 55KW/74HP EDC15 P+ CORDOBA 1.9L 8V SDI EDC15 P+ EXEO 2.0L 16V TFSI 150KW/200HP FR MED9 IBIZA CUPRA 1.9L 8V TDI 118KW/160HP EDC15 P+ IBIZA MK2 1.9L 8V TDI 96KW/129HP EDC15 P+ 1.4L 6V TDI 55KW/74HP EDC15 P+ 1.9L 8V TDI 75KW/101HP EDC15 P+ IBIZA MK4 1.6L 16V TDI 77KW/104HP SPORT PCR2.1 1.6L 16V TDI 66KW/89HP PCR2.1 CONTINENTAL 1.4L 16V TSI CUPRA DSG 134KW/180HP MED17.5 LEON 1.9L 8V TDI 130HP EDC15 P+ 1.9L 8V TDI 110KW/148HP EDC15 P+ LEON 2005 2.0L 16V TDI 103KW/138HP EDC16 1.9L 8V TDI 90/105/150HP EDC16+ 2.0L 16V FSI 150HP MED9 2.0L 16V TFSI 240HP FR MED9 1.9L 8V TDI 90/105/150HP EDC16 1.6L 16V TDI 66KW/89HP PCR2.1 CONTINENTAL 2.0L TSI 210HP MED17 2.0L 8V TDI 103KW/138HP EDC16+ 1.8L 16V TFSI 160HP MED17 1.4L TSI 90KW/121HP MED17 1.6L 16V TDI 77KW/103HP PCR2.1 CONTINENTAL LEON CUPRA R 2.0L 16V TFSI 265HP MED9 TOLEDO 1.9L 8V TDI 81KW/109HP EDC15 P+ TOLEDO 2005 1.9L 8V TDI 77KW/103HP EDC16 2.0L 16V TDI 103KW/138HP EDC16 FABIA MK1 1.9L 8V TDI 96KW/128HP EDC15 P+ 1.9L 8V TDI 74KW/99HP EDC15 P+ FABIA MK2 1.6L 16V TDI 55KW/74HP PCR2.1 CONTINENTAL 1.6L 16V TDI 77KW/103HP PCR2.1 CONTINENTAL 1.6L 16V TDI 66KW/89HP PCR2.1 CONTINENTAL 1.4L 6V TDI 70/80HP EDC15 P+ OCTAVIA MK1 1.9L 8V TDI 96KW/129HP EDC15 P+ 1.9L 8V TDI 77KW/103HP EDC16 1.9L 8V TDI EDC16+ 1.9L 8V TDI 77KW/103HP EDC15 P+ 1.9L 8V TDI 74KW/99HP 4X4 EDC15 P+ OCTAVIA MK2 2.0L 16V TDI 103KW/138HP EDC16+ 1.4L 16V TSI 90KW/122HP MED17 1.6L 16V FSI 85KW/115HP MED9 2.0L 16V TDI EDC16 1.8L 16V TFSI 120KW/160HP MED17 2.0L 16V TFSI VRS 147KW/197HP MED9 1.6L 16V TDI 77KW/103HP PCR2.1 CONTINENTAL 2.0L 16V TFSI VRS 147KW/197HP MED17 2.0L 16V TDI EDC16+ 2.0L 16V FSI 110KW/147HP MED9.5.1 ROOMSTER 1.6L 16V TDI 66KW/89HP PCR2.1 CONTINENTAL 1.9L 8V TDI 77KW/103HP EDC15 P+ 1.6L 16V TDI 77KW/103HP PCR2.1 CONTINENTAL 1.4L 6V TDI 59KW/79HP EDC15 P+ SUPERB MK1 1.9L 8V TDI 74KW/101HP EDC15 P+ 1.9L 8V TDI 77KW/103HP EDC16+ 1.9L 8V TDI 96KW/129HP EDC15 P+ 2.0L 16V TDI 103KW/138HP EDC16+ SUPERB MK2 1.6L 16V TDI 77KW/103HP PCR2.1 CONTINENTAL 1.4L 16V TSI 92KW/125HP MED17 2.0L 16V TFSI 147KW/200HP MED17 1.8L 16V TSI 118KW/158HP MED17 YETI 1.6L 16V TDI 77KW/103HP PCR2.1 CONTINENTAL 1.8L 16V TSI 118KW/160HP MED17 SX4 1900 DDIS 88KW EDC16+ BORA A4 1.9L 8V TDI 74KW/99HP EDC15P+ 1.9L 8V TDI 96KW/129HP EDC15 P+ 1.9L 8V TDI 85KW/114HP EDC15P+ BORA A5 2.0L 16V TFSI 147KW/197HP ME9 1.9L 8V TDI 77KW/103HP EDC16+ BORA A6 2.0L 16V TSI 155KW/208HP MED17 CADDY 3 1.6L 16V TDI 55KW/74HP PCR2.1 CONTINENTAL 1.6L 16V TDI 75KW/101HP PCR2.1 CONTINENTAL 1.6L 16V TDI 78KW/105HP PCR2.1 CONTINENTAL 1.9L 8V TDI 77KW/104HP EDC16 1.9L 8V TDI 77KW/104HP EDC16+ 2.0L 8V TDI 103KW/138HP EDC16+ 2.0L 8V SDI 51KW/68HP EDC16 CARAVELLE (T5) 2.5L TDI 96KW/129HP EDC16+ 2.5L TDI 128KW/172HP EDC16+ EOS 2.0L 16V FSI 110KW/148HP MED9.5.1 1.6L 16V FSI 85KW/113HP MED9.5.1 1.4L 16V TSI 90KW/121HP MED17.5 2.0L 8V TDI 103KW/138HP EDC16+ 2.0L 16V TSI 155KW/208HP MED17.5 2.0L 16V TSI 147KW/197HP MED9.1 FOX 1.4L 6V TDI 51KW/69HP EDC15 P+ GOLF 4 1.9L 8V TDI 74KW/100HP EDC15 P+ 1.9L 8V TDI 85KW/113HP EDC15 P+ 1.9L 8V TDI 110KW/148HP EDC15 P+ 1.9L 8V TDI 96KW/128HP EDC15 P+ 1.9L 8V TDI 81KW/109HP EDC15 P+ GOLF 5 2.0L 16V TFSI 169KW/227HP MED9.1 1.9L 8V TDI 77KW/103HP EDC16 1.4L 16V TSI 125KW/168HP MED9 1.9L 8V TDI 66KW/89HP EDC16+ 1.9L 8V TDI 77KW/103HP EDC16+ 1.6L 16V FSI 85KW/114HP MED9 1.4L 16V TSI 103KW/138HP MED17 1.4L 16V TSI 125KW/168HP MED17 2.0L 16V SDI 55KW/74HP EDC16 2.0L 16V TSI 147KW/197HP MED17 2.0L 16V FSI 110KW/148HP MED9 2.0L 16V TDI 103KW/138HP EDC16 2.0L 16V TFSI 147KW/197HP MED9.1 1.4L 16V FSI 66KW/89HP MED9 2.0L 16V TDI 103KW/138HP EDC16+ GOLF 6 1.4L TSI 90KW/121HP MED17 1.6L TDI 77KW/103HP PCR2.1 CONTINENTAL 1.4L TSI 118KW/158HP MED17 1.8L 16V TSI 118KW/158HP MED17 2.0L 16V GTI TFSI 155KW/208HP MED17 2.0L 16V TSI 199KW/267HP MED9.1/5 4MOTION R 1.6L TDI 66KW/89HP PCR2.1 CONTINENTAL JETTA 4 1.9L 8V TDI 74KW/100HP EDC15 P+ JETTA 5 1.4L 16V TSI 103KW/138HP MED17 1.9L 8V TDI 77KW/104HP EDC16 1.8L 16V TSI 118KW/158HP MED17 1.9L 8V TDI 77KW/104HP EDC16+ 2.0L 16V TDI 103KW/138HP EDC16+ 2.0L 16V FSI 110KW/148HP MED9 2.0L 16V TDI 103KW/138HP EDC16 2.0L 16V TFSI 147KW/197HP MED9.1 JETTA 6 2.5L 20V 125KW/168HP MED17.5.5 LUPO 1.2L 12V TDI 45KW/60HP EDC15 P+ 1.4L 6V TDI 55KW/74HP EDC15 P+ MAGGIOLINO/BEETLE 1.6L 16V TDI 77KW/103HP PCR2.1 CONTINENTAL MULTIVAN (T5) 2.5L TDI 96KW/129HP EDC16+ 2.5L TDI 96KW/129HP EDC16 2.5L TDI 128KW/172HP EDC16 NEW BEETLE 1.9L 8V TDI 74KW/100HP EDC15 P+ 1.9L 8V TDI 77KW/104HP EDC16+ PASSAT 5 1.9L 8V TDI 74KW/99HP EDC15 1.9L 8V TDI 85KW/114HP EDC15 2.0L 8V TDI 100KW/136HP EDC16+ 1.8L 16V TSI 118KW/158HP MED17 2.0L 8V TDI 103KW/138HP EDC16+ 1.9L 8V TDI 96KW/129HP EDC15 PASSAT 6 1.4L 16V TSI 90KW/120HP MED17 1.9L 8V TDI 77KW/103HP EDC16+ 1.6L 16V FSI 85KW/114HP MED9 1.8L 16V TSI 118KW/158HP MED17 2.0L 16V TSI 147KW/197HP MED17 2.0L 16V TFSI 147KW/197HP MED9 2.0L 16V FSI 110KW/147HP MED9 PASSAT 7 1.6L 16V TDI 77KW/103HP PCR2.1 CONTINENTAL PHAETON 3.0L V6 TDI 165KW/225HP EDC16+ POLO 3 1.4L 6V TDI 55KW/75HP EDC15 P+ 1.9L 8V TDI 74KW/100HP EDC15 P+ 1.9L 8V TDI 96KW/130HP EDC15 P+ POLO 4 1.9L 8V TDI 74KW/99HP EDC15 P+ POLO 5 1.6L 16V TDI 66KW/89HP PCR2.1 CONTINENTAL 1.6L 16V TDI 55KW/74HP PCR2.1 CONTINENTAL 1.6L 16V TDI 77KW/103HP PCR2.1 CONTINENTAL SCIROCCO 3 1.4L 16V TSI 90KW/121HP MED17.5 1.4L 16V TSI 118KW/158HP MED17.5 2.0L 16V TSI R 195KW/262HP MED9.1/5 2.0L 16V TSI 155KW/208HP MED17.5 SHARAN 1 1.9L 8V TDI 85KW/113HP EDC15 P+ 1.9L 8V TDI 66KW/89HP EDC15 P+ 2.0L 8V TDI 103KW/138HP EDC16+ 1.9L 8V TDI 96KW/128HP EDC15 P+ TIGUAN 1.4L 16V TSI 118KW/158HP MED17.5 1.8L 16V TSI 118KW/158HP MED17 2.0L 16V TSI 125KW/167HP MED17.5 TOUAREG (7L) 3.0L V6 TDI 165KW/221HP EDC16+ 2.5L R5 TDI 128KW/172HP EDC16 2.5L R5 TDI 128KW/172HP EDC16+ TOURAN 1.4L 16V TSI 125KW/168HP MED17 1.4L 16V TSI 103KW/140HP MED17.5.1 1.6L 16V TDI 77KW/103HP PCR2.1 CONTINENTAL 1.6L 16V FSI 85KW/114HP MED9.5 1.9L 8V TDI 77KW/104HP EDC16+ 2.0L 16V TDI 103KW/138HP EDC16+ 1.9L 8V TDI 66KW/89HP EDC16 1.9L 8V TDI 77KW/104HP EDC16 2.0L 8V TDI 103KW/138HP EDC16 TRANSPORTER (T5) 1.9L 8V TDI 77KW/103HP EDC16 1.9L 8V TDI 62KW/83HP EDC16+ 2.5L TDI 128KW/172HP EDC16 2.5L TDI 128KW/172HP EDC16+ 2.5L TDI 96KW/129HP EDC16+ 2.5L TDI 96KW/129HP EDC16 VENTO (A5) 1.9L 8V TDI 77KW/104HP EDC16+ 2.0L 8V TDI 103KW/138HP EDC16+ 1.9L 8V TDI 77KW/104HP EDC16 VENTO (A6) 2.5L 20V 125KW/168HP MED17.5.5
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