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    Roadkill1991's DYNO 471 WHP 411 RWT Pump Gas

    oadkill1991's 95 M3 with the following mods below.

    M52 Yes 2.8 Stock, Completely Stock Internals, Including Head Gasket and Head Bolts !

    PT76 GTS Precision Turbo T4
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    Custom Mass Air [COLOR=blue ! important][COLOR=blue ! important]Flow [COLOR=blue ! important]Meter[/COLOR][/COLOR][/COLOR], 83 LB Injectors, OBD 1 Tune in House
    93 Octane Pump Gas !

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    Much more impressive dyno pull, and the car does idle - very nicely followed up.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Bimmerdude Click here to enlarge
    Much more impressive dyno pull, and the car does idle - very nicely followed up.
    I agree man. Stock m52 making some decent power can't wait to see what he can do on a built motor.Click here to enlarge
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    471 whp on a completely stock M52 is quite respectable.

    Would like to see what he could do with a thicker head gasket before going built.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    471 whp on a completely stock M52 is quite respectable.

    Would like to see what he could do with a thicker head gasket before going built.
    I posted another dyno on here with an e30 m3 white 1 with an s50 .140mls. It made 5xxwhp, and I think 440-460wtq.
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    Sorry 525whp and 486wtq of rape
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    528whp and 504 WTQ was what the s52 with a low compression head gasket did.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by roadkill1991 Click here to enlarge
    528whp and 504 WTQ was what the s52 with a low compression head gasket did.
    Whose S52 was that?

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    This is very impressive. Hopefully this will shut up the haters.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by 503Alex Click here to enlarge
    This is very impressive. Hopefully this will shut up the haters.
    Who was hating?

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    Who was hating?
    Over on BF.C they were having a fit about Jordan's dyno he posted with a huge boost leak. He was simply putting up data on the 83lb tune on his car throughout the process, but the haters came out anyways.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by 503Alex Click here to enlarge
    Over on BF.C they were having a fit about Jordan's dyno he posted with a huge boost leak. He was simply putting up data on the 83lb tune on his car throughout the process, but the haters came out anyways.
    Retards.

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    Too me this is good news. Having a local tuner is always a good thing.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    Retards.
    You don't really know the details/back story so its hard for you to understand.


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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by 5mall5nail5 Click here to enlarge
    You don't really know the details/back story so its hard for you to understand.
    Then explain it.

    I don't see anything wrong with posting details of a tuning process. I hate those who talk down on someone for sharing their results good or bad.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    Then explain it.

    I don't see anything wrong with posting details of a tuning process. I hate those who talk down on someone for sharing their results good or bad.
    I was one of the folks criticizing him. Largely because it does no good to market yourself with dyno's/ videos of a car with issues. It reduces your stock as a tuner. Jordan has since fixed issues, improved the tune, and posted good information.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Bimmerdude Click here to enlarge
    I was one of the folks criticizing him. Largely because it does no good to market yourself with dyno's/ videos of a car with issues. It reduces your stock as a tuner. Jordan has since fixed issues, improved the tune, and posted good information.
    But he is just a guy doing this stuff on the side not some company? If so, he is an enthusiast and kind of a home brew guy so is he really marketing? Sounds like he was sharing what he was doing. If he updated the tune and fixed the issues, well done and I'm glad he shared the process.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    But he is just a guy doing this stuff on the side not some company? If so, he is an enthusiast and kind of a home brew guy so is he really marketing? Sounds like he was sharing what he was doing. If he updated the tune and fixed the issues, well done and I'm glad he shared the process.
    I couldn't explain it - was driving in a car from NC. Lets just say that there is some question behind how he obtained these "tuning skills".

    I personally don't find 471 / 411 that impressive on a 76mm turbo at 20 psi. I know he's on a stock motor but... and the AFRs were quite floaty up and down. Yes its supposedly on 83 lb injectors and thats all good but those aren't that huge either. There's some sketchy details in terms of who he talked to and whose tunes he's got.


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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by 5mall5nail5 Click here to enlarge
    I couldn't explain it - was driving in a car from NC. Lets just say that there is some question behind how he obtained these "tuning skills".

    I personally don't find 471 / 411 that impressive on a 76mm turbo at 20 psi. I know he's on a stock motor but... and the AFRs were quite floaty up and down. Yes its supposedly on 83 lb injectors and thats all good but those aren't that huge either. There's some sketchy details in terms of who he talked to and whose tunes he's got.
    I don't think anything is sketchy here. Everyone in tuning started out talking to someone in the tuning wizard world to learn somethings to get into the dme. I'm sure you will agree with that. All of the top tuners have asked for info, or paid for info to be able to tune the dme's. I don't see anything wrong with that. They tuned the dme's once they knew how things worked, and how to adjust/make maps. Now onto the m52 making this power on stock compression I think is pretty kool. On all stock components as for as the motor goes with the stock dme on m52 cams. Not many can say this. I only know of 1 other person who has done this on the stock dme, and I will not state the name of that tuner and where he got a lot of his info from. The topic is Roadkill is doing somethings that haven't been done in the public eye before on stock compression m52's. Lets see how he does with a built motor, and 80lbs injectors.
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    When you have AIM logs that ask "Why is <company who made a tune> running X degrees of advance here? That can't be right, can it?" and then is a pro tuner a few weeks later... go figure.


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    I've always wondered where tuners come from. It seems for our application... they fall from the sky with the perfect hardware in their hand and pregenerated knowledge/tables/maps.

    Jordan, welcome to our planet. Click here to enlarge You will do well with your "wares", but practice, practice, practice...
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    practice makes permanent, not perfect.

    If you practice doing something wrong, you'll get good at doing it wrong.
    Do it right please and watch out for the big guy.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    But he is just a guy doing this stuff on the side not some company? If so, he is an enthusiast and kind of a home brew guy so is he really marketing? Sounds like he was sharing what he was doing. If he updated the tune and fixed the issues, well done and I'm glad he shared the process.
    He got vendor status on BF.c so that he could market his tuning for sale. He is going from a DIY-er to a pro.

    There is a small DIY tuning community that he has come from, they have received information from pro tuners, and from their own practice. Regardless, Jordan is still wet behind the ears, but obviously doing some impressive things on his car.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Bimmerdude Click here to enlarge
    He got vendor status on BF.c so that he could market his tuning for sale. He is going from a DIY-er to a pro.
    Ah, well then, I understand the criticism. If a vendor now, it is warranted. That is a large leap and it may be that there is not enough tuning time under the belt yet although I don't know enough about him or his tuning to reach that conclusion.

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    There is a camp and alot of campers near a fire. hi 5
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