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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Bimmerdude Click here to enlarge
    Thats gonna be mean....
    Yes. I'm trying to upload a small vid of me driving, but its taking forever. I will say this car at 15psi feels much stronger then it did with the old setup at 20psi. Click here to enlarge
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by GG///M3 Click here to enlarge
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    Test fit pics. No rub. A short vid is being uploaded. Click here to enlarge
    Those look like they fit very nice!

    What size?

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    Those look like they fit very nice!

    What size?
    255/50/16's. Info on which size to use was from CardCounter, and Milkt. A little caliper grinding, and my fenders were rolled a while back(last year). No rubbing, so now its time to get it to the track after final tuning is done.
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    Those should hook, its a 10.5 x 26, had the same exact size on my 350z and made 3 total passes. That said - I couldn't spin them on the first two runs, third run did a weak burnout and launched from 7k RPM (yeah, I'm crazy) and barely spun them. You should have some fun Click here to enlarge

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Bimmerdude Click here to enlarge
    Those should hook, its a 10.5 x 26, had the same exact size on my 350z and made 3 total passes. That said - I couldn't spin them on the first two runs, third run did a weak burnout and launched from 7k RPM (yeah, I'm crazy) and barely spun them. You should have some fun Click here to enlarge
    I think if I did that(7k of the line) I would have a snapped axles, driveshaft, or diff. Click here to enlarge I may end up going with the CES 750 setup soon.Click here to enlarge
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by GG///M3 Click here to enlarge
    255/50/16's. Info on which size to use was from CardCounter, and Milkt. A little caliper grinding, and my fenders were rolled a while back(last year). No rubbing, so now its time to get it to the track after final tuning is done.
    All you need now is a driver and your all set my man.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by ICS Performance Click here to enlarge
    All you need now is a driver and your all set my man.
    Now that's funny Click here to enlarge

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by ICS Performance Click here to enlarge
    All you need now is a driver and your all set my man.
    Yes kind of like what you needed at the mile event........ Click here to enlarge
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by GG///M3 Click here to enlarge
    255/50/16's. Info on which size to use was from CardCounter, and Milkt. A little caliper grinding, and my fenders were rolled a while back(last year). No rubbing, so now its time to get it to the track after final tuning is done.
    Well,
    Ulysses was a catalyst and reason for MUCH of the serious m50 based pauer we see nowadays. He wishes made it happen...and we miss him. I hope to see him back (with a back half chassis BMW pauer'd ROCKET!!)

    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Bimmerdude Click here to enlarge
    Those should hook, its a 10.5 x 26, had the same exact size on my 350z and made 3 total passes. That said - I couldn't spin them on the first two runs, third run did a weak burnout and launched from 7k RPM (yeah, I'm crazy) and barely spun them. You should have some fun Click here to enlarge
    Nice Tyler. Sticky, huh?

    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by GG///M3 Click here to enlarge
    I think if I did that(7k of the line) I would have a snapped axles, driveshaft, or diff. Click here to enlarge I may end up going with the CES 750 setup soon.Click here to enlarge
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    Looking good
    and you're a thin fellow aren't you, G?
    Less weight = better, longer life and faster cars.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by milkt Click here to enlarge
    Well,
    Ulysses was a catalyst and reason for MUCH of the serious m50 based pauer we see nowadays. He wishes made it happen...and we miss him. I hope to see him back (with a back half chassis BMW pauer'd ROCKET!!)



    Nice Tyler. Sticky, huh?



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    and you're a thin fellow aren't you, G?
    Less weight = better, longer life and faster cars.
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    just make sure your tires are on in the correct orientation Click here to enlarge

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by GG///M3 Click here to enlarge
    I think if I did that(7k of the line) I would have a snapped axles, driveshaft, or diff. Click here to enlarge I may end up going with the CES 750 setup soon.Click here to enlarge
    Yeah, the 350z was a different beast entirely. Think of it as an S54 powerband (I had an HR), and the clutch was sooo easy to slip. The clutch wasn't grabbed by 60 ft, also lasted a very short period of time. Your car I'd try starting around 3,000 and work up or down as needed. My E39 I'm hoping to start just shy of the stall on my converter (3,400ish stall so 3,300ish launch?)
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    Well,Nice Tyler. Sticky, huh?
    They are, that was at bithlo too. They did not give me comfort when driving on the street though. It felt I had lost all of my rear suspension bushings the car just swayed around a LOT. I believe those are the same tires that John (Jfdmas) is using and running killer times on.


    Driver tip no. 1. Your clutch is replaceable. If you have a bit of wheel slip anytime the motor doesn't bog, use more clutch.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by GG///M3 Click here to enlarge
    Yes kind of like what you needed at the mile event........ Click here to enlarge
    No sir no one drives my car the way I drive my car my friend. I will be driving it in the October event. He insisted way in advance on driving the M Coupe at the Texas Mile, I was not going to take that away from him especially when he stayed late nights preparing the car with me.

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    My man even with the weight advantage I may be 241 LBS I lost 35 and counting. Driving skills I have of a feather weight boxer !

    Weight anyone can loose... Skill is what most people lack, and I am not lacking that.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Matt@Camber-Toe Click here to enlarge
    just make sure your tires are on in the correct orientation Click here to enlarge
    Yes they will beClick here to enlarge

    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Bimmerdude Click here to enlarge
    Yeah, the 350z was a different beast entirely. Think of it as an S54 powerband (I had an HR), and the clutch was sooo easy to slip. The clutch wasn't grabbed by 60 ft, also lasted a very short period of time. Your car I'd try starting around 3,000 and work up or down as needed. My E39 I'm hoping to start just shy of the stall on my converter (3,400ish stall so 3,300ish launch?)

    They are, that was at bithlo too. They did not give me comfort when driving on the street though. It felt I had lost all of my rear suspension bushings the car just swayed around a LOT. I believe those are the same tires that John (Jfdmas) is using and running killer times on.


    Driver tip no. 1. Your clutch is replaceable. If you have a bit of wheel slip anytime the motor doesn't bog, use more clutch.
    Thanks for the info. The first time at the track there was a Z car n/a with weight reduction that ran a 12.8 or something like that.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by GG///M3 Click here to enlarge
    Thanks for the info. The first time at the track there was a Z car n/a with weight reduction that ran a 12.8 or something like that.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Bimmerdude Click here to enlarge
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Bimmerdude Click here to enlarge
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    Don't be a hater son. The ET may have been manipulated. Have some Magic pudding inside the Thompsons, Y-rated.




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    BTW your Avatar, pudding comments and link below (600whp S4) is clearly directed to me. Your agendas are clearly to TRY to hurt my feeling or piss me off... or whatever they are I don't care.

    It shows how much of an $#@! you really are, some things will never change.

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    I wanted to say thanks to Dcvee, Jon CES, and Roadkill tuning aka Jordan for getting my car to where I want it.
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    How does it drive with the new tune and set up ?

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by roadkill1991 Click here to enlarge
    How does it drive with the new tune and set up ?
    A whole lot better then with the old tune. Car makes great power every where, and no cel flashing during cold start. Idles perfect. No miss fire sounds. Just amazing. Can't wait to get it tuned on the dyno. Click here to enlarge
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    Good stuff GG, glad things are working out for your car!
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by switlikbob Click here to enlarge
    Good stuff GG, glad things are working out for your car!
    Yea bro. Thanks. Nice sig btw.
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