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ezec63 replied to the thread Moscow night races: E63S 4matic Renntech st.VIP vs GTR st.2+ vs M6 PP-Performance st.2+.
" An m6 with those modifications should be trapping in the high 120's if not 130. FBO GTR's are around 135mph and you seemed to be walking away from him on the top end so ricer math says you should be trapping at least 135 if not more ! crazy "

Today, 03:02 AM

ezec63 replied to the thread Moscow night races: E63S 4matic Renntech st.VIP vs GTR st.2+ vs M6 PP-Performance st.2+.
" WOW ! Very strong car you were pulling away from the m6 pretty good there. Amazing being just as fast if not a little faster then a FBO GTR in a full luxury car that will massage and cool your buttcheeks while your running away great work by renntech. Ive driven my bro in laws fbo gtr many times and its an animal so I can imagine your car must feel insane "

Today, 02:58 AM

musc replied to the thread Spark Plug Installation How-To.
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Quote Originally Posted by rooringhusky View Post
+1 Big mistake on an aluminum engine. You never want to use antiseize BC you risk over torqueing the plugs. In addition, I would only blow out the spark plug holes with the spark plugs still in there to prevent any foreign debris getting into the cylinder.
+1

As others have mentioned NO anti-seize is required on these plugs. The anti-seize reduces the friction between the threads so you don't have to overcome that when torquing which is why over torquing is a concern even using an accurate torque wrench. If you do not know the specifics torque spec is generally reduced 20-30% if using anti-seize in an application where it is not called for. It's best not to use it all in this case. Will it cause an issue in this application? I don't know but I'd rather not chance it.

Remember our plugs and generally any plugs that have 'shiny' threads have a metal shell plating like nickel which acts as the lubricant/anti-seize. Black or dark threads generally do not have this coating and therefore usually require anti-seize. "

Today, 02:51 AM

Sticky replied to the thread July Specials from FFTEC.
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Quote Originally Posted by eva020100 View Post
Do you have any deals on the jb4 with wire ? Im still stuck between the two lol. Im definitely going to buy one of the other though.

I tried to pm you back but i dont have enough "points" to answer pm's
You can use pm's now. "

Today, 02:43 AM

Sticky created the thread APR releases 2.0 TSI EA888 Gen 3 Stage I engine tune software for the MKVII GTI and the Audi A3 2.0.
" Good news for owners of the new Volkswagen and Audi EA888 2.0 turbo motor. APR has released their tuning software for the engine which covers the 2014 up Audi A3 2.0 and the 2014 on MKVII Volkswagen Golf GTI. The software is flashed through the OBD-II port and has programs for 91 octane, 93 octane, and 100+ octane race gas. APR also bumps the redline up to 7100 rpm from the stock 6800 rpm.


So what are the gains? The baseline on a MKVII GTI is 210 horsepower at the wheels. On 91 octane with the APR tune this rises to 281 horsepower on the wheels. 93 octane boosts power further with the APR tune taking the car to 291 wheel horsepower. The race gas figure is 303 wheel horsepower.

APR did not take the tuned car to the drag strip but did some VBOX performance meter testing. Their 93 octane VBOX trap speed is 97.19 miles per hour. The trap rises to 110 miles per hour with the Stage I tune on 93 octane. This figure will be lower on an actual drag strip as the VBOX tends to read higher.

Dynographs and an acceleration video below. Solid work as always from APR. "

Today, 02:40 AM

AdminTeam created the thread We welcome MarcelaKr.
" Welcome to a real enthusiast forum MarcelaKr. "

Today, 02:24 AM

AdminTeam created the thread C Minus is now here!.
" Hey C Minus:

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Today, 02:14 AM

AdminTeam created the thread Hogan5Shoesz is now here!.
" Welcome to a real enthusiast forum Hogan5Shoesz. "

Today, 01:50 AM

AGP1328 replied to the thread Spark Plug Installation How-To.
" Great write up, just did this the other day.

Was going to point out the anti-seize but it seems other people already did. Honestly, probably doesn't matter that you used it, especially if you have a digital torque wrench.

I just tightened mine with a normal wrench, I personally don't think torqueing it to exactly 17ft-lbs is extremely important. "

Today, 01:33 AM

Sticky replied to the thread The world's most powerful E92 M3, BimmerBoost.com Gintani Stage 3.5+ supercharged E92 M3 hits 773 wheel horsepower - Dynograph and video.
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Quote Originally Posted by Jimefam View Post
He wrote tx2k25 which he is playing obviously but I guess it means the car wont be ready any time soon or this year.
Um I was joking it should already be ready with the upgraded trans. Like I said I have to call and find out. "

Today, 01:15 AM

Sticky replied to the thread The world's most powerful E92 M3, BimmerBoost.com Gintani Stage 3.5+ supercharged E92 M3 hits 773 wheel horsepower - Dynograph and video.
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Quote Originally Posted by Jimefam View Post
Did you ever run on of the half miles events when it was running? What would it trap in a half mile you think?
Yes. It won the 1/2 mile event it ran at it. "

Today, 01:14 AM

rooringhusky replied to the thread Spark Plug Installation How-To.
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Quote Originally Posted by tofu View Post
pretty sure bmw instructs NOT to use any anti seize on the threads
+1 Big mistake on an aluminum engine. You never want to use antiseize BC you risk over torqueing the plugs. In addition, I would only blow out the spark plug holes with the spark plugs still in there to prevent any foreign debris getting into the cylinder. "

Today, 01:11 AM

TDDaryl replied to the thread 08 335XI FFTEC 6466 TOP MOUNT AFR Questions.
" Thanks. I think I figured out one of my O2s is bad. I'm gonna replace it and go from there. "

Today, 01:10 AM

mpower33 replied to the thread Moscow night races: E63S 4matic Renntech st.VIP vs GTR st.2+ vs M6 PP-Performance st.2+.
" i wonder how a bolt on e63 will perform "

Today, 01:09 AM

B00stGeek replied to the thread Moscow night races: E63S 4matic Renntech st.VIP vs GTR st.2+ vs M6 PP-Performance st.2+.
" Great videos. Strong AMG... That GTR did pretty well. "

Today, 12:53 AM

richpike replied to the thread 2015 F-150 Weight and Engine Specs.
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Quote Originally Posted by Sticky View Post
I hope they do an updated aluminum Raptor with the Ecoboost. I'd be all over that.
More EcoBoost Raptor rumors:

http://truckyeah.jalopnik.com/the-6-...-fo-1610108232

-Rich "

Today, 12:53 AM

mjmarovi replied to the thread Dual Burnout - Dually and ATV.
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Quote Originally Posted by bigb00st View Post
Only thing missing is for the truck to hook and then flip.
Flip? Please tell me you aren't serious...

Quote Originally Posted by Sticky View Post
Just seems idiotic to me.

Haha you cali boys aren't bout that life!! Clearly this was a burnout contest, and I applaud the creativity. Come on down to a trucks gone wild and you will see some stuff...trucks and other offroad vehicles, custom buggies, oh, and tons of hot chicks earning beads...can't forget that! "

Today, 12:52 AM

rawad1017 replied to the thread BMW F80 M3 F82 M4 S55 inline-6 ECU (engine control unit) already cracked and flashable?.
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Quote Originally Posted by Sticky View Post
from what I've seen with my own BMW's is that BMW wants to keep cars stock until the warranty period is over.
i agree

see: rod bearings for the M3 and M5 engines, as in the S54, S62 (even THOSE has issues), S65 and S85 early models. look at how long they delayed the recalls. don't forget VANOS.

see: fuel pumps for the N54. recalled after how many years?

even see: N62 valve stem seals. did they even recall this?

notice how all these issues weren't really that bad if you left the car stock. and this stuff was still kinda bad on stock cars anyways. i'm thinkin they've been conspiring against us lol "

Today, 12:52 AM

tofu replied to the thread Spark Plug Installation How-To.
" pretty sure bmw instructs NOT to use any anti seize on the threads "

Today, 12:50 AM

Sticky replied to the thread 2015 F-150 Weight and Engine Specs.
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Quote Originally Posted by wreckz View Post
Isn't this just a Raptor?

I hope they do an updated aluminum Raptor with the Ecoboost. I'd be all over that. "

Today, 12:45 AM