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    • New overall BMW 60-130 record set by a twin turbo E36 M3 - 4.49

      The overall BMW 60-130 record has been broken by a twin turbo E36 M3. Yes, this car belongs to Mert Dastan. Not the most credible source in the BMW world and someone who has accrued a questionable reputation. Therefore, we advice readers to keep these questions of credibility in mind when reviewing the provided details of this run. The car is a Euro spec E36 M3 with twin 68 mm turbos, custom intercoolers, and an 8900 rpm redline. The car was run on C16 at 27 psi. There is no video of the run and the owner admits there is nitrous on the car although claims it was not used.

      This article was originally published in forum thread: New 60-130 mph record: 4,49 s (with an 0,49 % incline) started by Twinturbom3 View original post
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      1. GG///M3's Avatar
        GG///M3 -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Twinturbom3 Click here to enlarge
        GG,

        I find your attitude and sense of humor negative.

        Bad news for you: started working harder to improve times.

        Worst news: there are many many many many things that can be done and will be done to improve times.

        I feel so good that there are so many things to be made.
        Nothing you have stated or will ever state will be bad news for me. Same on what you do with ur car. I have a reflection when I look into a mirror. You on the other hand......

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      1. djborya's Avatar
        djborya -
        After looking at this graph i am getting skeptical...there is no shift ! the graph is flat is this e36 m3 equipped with an automatic???Something is fishy here...
        B.
      1. Mikecoupe's Avatar
        Mikecoupe -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by djborya Click here to enlarge
        After looking at this graph i am getting skeptical...there is no shift ! the graph is flat is this e36 m3 equipped with an automatic???Something is fishy here...
        B.
        That is exactly why i asked if he made a Vbox run on a dyno,no shifts and the line is much to flat.
      1. Sticky's Avatar
        Sticky -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Mikecoupe Click here to enlarge
        That is exactly why i asked if he made a Vbox run on a dyno,no shifts and the line is much to flat.
        Can't be a dyno with the elevation changes.

        Would be happy to host the run file for those who want to examine it themselves.
      1. nickr519's Avatar
        nickr519 -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by djborya Click here to enlarge
        After looking at this graph i am getting skeptical...there is no shift ! the graph is flat is this e36 m3 equipped with an automatic???Something is fishy here...
        B.
        prolly a 4th gear zero shift pull. seems odd that he didn't use nitrous to spool them with twin 68 mms....
      1. GG///M3's Avatar
        GG///M3 -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by nickr519 Click here to enlarge
        prolly a 4th gear zero shift pull. seems odd that he didn't use nitrous to spool them with twin 68 mms....
        Maybe he did, but isn't sharing that about the run.
      1. Sticky's Avatar
        Sticky -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by nickr519 Click here to enlarge
        prolly a 4th gear zero shift pull. seems odd that he didn't use nitrous to spool them with twin 68 mms....
        If he didn't use nitrous it should be easy to improve. The nitrous is there for a reason I would think.