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  1. PM'd you.

    PM'd you.
  2. Chris; I hope you had a great weekend. I took...

    Chris;

    I hope you had a great weekend. I took a new girl up to Flagstaff, did some hiking, had awesome coffee, walked in the rain, spent some quality time between the sheets, and am feeling both...
  3. Chris; No disrespect taken, however, agree to...

    Chris; No disrespect taken, however, agree to disagree. I quickly skimmed over your wall of text. I'd suggest you do some basic research on pulsations in pumping systems, and there are a few useful...
  4. Pulsations in the fuel system, can reduce pumping...

    Pulsations in the fuel system, can reduce pumping efficiency/capability even on a positive displacement pump significantly -over 10%. Ask too much, fuel pressure crashes and it's going to take a...
  5. There is a lot of cynicism, yes, but when someone...

    There is a lot of cynicism, yes, but when someone does something that's way out of the realm of normalcy, typically those extraordinary results have more than some cursory words describing them. I...
  6. The stock HPFP is a positive displacement 3...

    The stock HPFP is a positive displacement 3 piston pump with bellows. You can play with pump efficiency by optimizing the control valve settings to it, and you can ride the threshold of pump...
  7. Something appears to be amiss fueling wise. The...

    Something appears to be amiss fueling wise. The stock hpfp, as we know it, cannot supply that much fuel with air/fuel ratios comparable to what we've been seeing. It's either very lean, using a...
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    There is nothing to be concerned with as long as...

    There is nothing to be concerned with as long as you install it properly. All lines are appropriate for the pressures and environment that we're using them in. Steve is, in fact, meticulous, and my...
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    Less power. Better transient response. Not N54...

    Less power. Better transient response. Not N54 application (yet), still a relatively new design. The idea was decreased "time to torque" for tiny displacement motors to increase drivability. I.e....
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    Rescaling the map sensor flash only can maintain...

    Rescaling the map sensor flash only can maintain all of the failsafes, just pushes up the limit. Having the DME ignore boost above ~22 psi is a different animal, I'm unsure if those failsafes are...
  11. Some issues with drawing in CO2 through the air...

    Some issues with drawing in CO2 through the air filters. An intercooler sprayer isn't a bad idea but by the time you get around to having it all complete and functioning well, 9 times out of 10 you...
  12. That's huge. Great post. Repped.

    That's huge. Great post. Repped.
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    I do like boobs.

    I do like boobs.
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    Oh, gotcha. If you don't want to fill a meth...

    Oh, gotcha. If you don't want to fill a meth tank, that's one reason. E50 + 100% meth would be potent, I'm sure. This particular product atomizes much better than typical meth systems, it has...
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    Anyone can run 100% E85... the question is, how...

    Anyone can run 100% E85... the question is, how much boost can you run, at what air fuel ratio, with that fuel? PTBI lets you max out stock turbos on 100% E85 with middle of the road a/f ratios. No...
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    I also do not have stock turbos.

    I also do not have stock turbos.
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    I am one of the engineers/developers of it, and I...

    I am one of the engineers/developers of it, and I use it with E60 all the time. E30/40 is fine.

    One of the primary goals was to be able to run stock turbos (within reasonable boost ranges... i.e....
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    Well said.

    Well said.
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    300GT; what would you do if you were toe to toe? ...

    300GT; what would you do if you were toe to toe? Apologize for talking about his father and business when you don't know details? Or are you e-thugging for real on a BMW forum? lol

    Torgus, are...
  20. I'm using the bmw 550i clutch with a SMFW and...

    I'm using the bmw 550i clutch with a SMFW and love it. 12k miles so far. Agree with post above, not required to have a sprung hub. I didn't notice much of a difference with engagement. Just drive...
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    Correct. I'm currently Cobb tuned so we just use...

    Correct. I'm currently Cobb tuned so we just use a hobbs switch. Very simple.
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    Addition to above: Obviously it'll partly depend...

    Addition to above: Obviously it'll partly depend on how often you stay in boost and the system is activated. I, as God intends, spend a lot of time in boost. As you should too.
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    Good question. It really depends on how much oil...

    Good question. It really depends on how much oil you're blowing through the system, but my valves looked decent -not perfect- after I walnut blasted them, changed plugs/coils/turbos/put this kit on,...
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    Phoenix AZ

    Phoenix AZ
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    No problem. When we build new turbine engines at...

    No problem. When we build new turbine engines at Honeywell, be it development or production, we dwell at idle for about 30 seconds before going full power. No break in necessary.
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