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    So guys, do you think it's going to be possible to run sub 11s 1/4mi on RBs now? I'm debating my turbo upgrade and for the price you can't really beat RBs. I just want to see an RB car beat shiv's single turbo 1/4mi time. I want a 10 second car that I could DD if I wanted to. I probably wouldn't but I want that option. My friend DDs his 10sec evo 9 and the only issue is your left leg is spent after a decent drive from the clutch pedal pressure. I could live with that. I have a spec stage 3+ clutch and flywheel waiting install so I'm covered wether I go single or RB or maybe the upgraded TT Matt Morkin is working on. What do you think myst and dzenno? Any 10sec runs in your near future?
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by bigdnno98 Click here to enlarge
    So guys, do you think it's going to be possible to run sub 11s 1/4mi on RBs now? I'm debating my turbo upgrade and for the price you can't really beat RBs. I just want to see an RB car beat shiv's single turbo 1/4mi time. I want a 10 second car that I could DD if I wanted to. I probably wouldn't but I want that option. My friend DDs his 10sec evo 9 and the only issue is your left leg is spent after a decent drive from the clutch pedal pressure. I could live with that. I have a spec stage 3+ clutch and flywheel waiting install so I'm covered wether I go single or RB or maybe the upgraded TT Matt Morkin is working on. What do you think myst and dzenno? Any 10sec runs in your near future?
    I would wait for other turbo kits to develop. The RB's are a great option, but the fact that they are stuffed into factory housing's is really limiting their potential.

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    10s were within reach on a couple cars so far with RBs...i'm definitely hoping to hit 10s once my car's back if everything works out as planned. With a 1.5 60' it would've already been there given my last trap and ETs
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Blaizon Click here to enlarge
    It's $#@! when you use it as a band-aid for fueling. When I upgrade to RB's I'll probably ditch my kit, unless I spray into the intercooler.
    There is no fuel volume limit with Cobb and RBs. The only limit is your octane. I recall my trims tapped out around 18.5 psi or so with RBs and JB4 standalone with a single CM10.

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    1 .5 60' and it would be a done deal already.

    add the latest fueling with flashes and one could theoretically gain even more power 10-20hp at 19-20 psi with a good AFR. A good power curve could also do it. personally, i was 19-16 psi to run 127. if i could have been able to hold boost longer, already a done deal.


    you may not be a deep 10 car every night, but 10.7-10.999 is certainly achievable in good conditions


    Terry ran 11.2@125 in the 135 stock turbo not long ago right?
    I wouldn't be suprised if Terry puts his car in 10's with the RB's in the next few months..

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    With good weather I think 10s with RBs will be no problem. Click here to enlarge
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    Can't wait to see it guys. You're certainly not making my decision easier though. Lol
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    Just go nitrous until you can save up for big twins or a single.

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    I'm debating the no2 right now. I've contacted a couple members about getting their kits but haven't heard back yet. I may just pick up a new one. I'm gonna upgrade turbos this winter just trying to decide which route to go. My shop here really wants to out a single on it Click here to enlarge they're gonna give me a great deal on a comp turbo. That's why I'm leaning toward single but I want a kit without a turbo. I've contacted a couple people but no progress yet. If I can run 10s with RBs I'd be pretty happy with that for the price.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Terry@BMS Click here to enlarge
    With good weather I think 10s with RBs will be no problem. Click here to enlarge
    Not a full weight 335i Click here to enlarge

    You got a good 400 lbs on a full weight 335i lol.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    Why is meth a $#@!hole?
    It's Kindda toxic!

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    Tried E85 for the first time today. 5 gallons= E33 or 33% ethanol. WOW, not bad. Still underwhelmed me compared to Evil Juice (110 leaded), but not bad at all. I'm sold. Every N54 owner, has to try 110 leaded at least once in the car's life. Careful! it will ruin your cats, and or 02 sensors, but for a maverick like myself, I added in 3.5 gallons at the race course (one time only deal), and pulled on an '02 Z06, and was pretty much, just behind a Boss 302.

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    Can't believe some of you guys running "leaded" race gas! Why?
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by dzenno@ProTUNING Freaks Click here to enlarge
    Can't believe some of you guys running "leaded" race gas! Why?
    Because it's awesome. You won't match the octane with anything unleaded that I know of.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    Because it's awesome. You won't match the octane with anything unleaded that I know of.
    Screws the car up in so many ways, but @Turkeybaster115 seems to be aware...i guess as long as ppl know it screws up o2 sensors and DI fuel injectors
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by dzenno@ProTUNING Freaks Click here to enlarge
    Screws the car up in so many ways, but @Turkeybaster115 seems to be aware...i guess as long as ppl know it screws up o2 sensors and DI fuel injectors
    It will probably clog those injectors eventually but you can try it once or twice without worry.

    I'd love to build a car just for C16 sometime.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by themyst Click here to enlarge
    Not a full weight 335i Click here to enlarge

    You got a good 400 lbs on a full weight 335i lol.
    It's going to take a lot of power for a full weight car to go 10s! It's been awhile since I weighed the 135. Will need to get it on scales at some time in the near future though. I have a hard time believing it's 400# lighter than a stock seats + rims 335 but you never know. I think it's around 200# lighter assuming drivers are equal weight. And then once you add downpipes, rims, etc, to the 335 it's no longer full weight either.
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    09 e92 335i coupe curb weight 3,571 lbs

    09 135i coupe 3,373 lbs

    This is according to edmunds.com. I thought it was a lot larger difference personally.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by bigdnno98 Click here to enlarge
    09 e92 335i coupe curb weight 3,571 lbs

    09 135i coupe 3,373 lbs

    This is according to edmunds.com. I thought it was a lot larger difference personally.
    09 335i sedan is 3605. 230 lbs is significant

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by LostMarine Click here to enlarge
    i dont get it man, are you still having meth issues?
    It's intermittent....tbh, I'm just tired of it, I look at it as another point of failure...and that's bad for the way I run.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Blaizon Click here to enlarge
    It's intermittent....tbh, I'm just tired of it, I look at it as another point of failure...and that's bad for the way I run.
    U goin to bimmerfest?1, Id like a run, 2nd, ill take a look at it for u

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    Oddly, the only meth issues I have we're flow sensor related. Ive run big boost without a flow sensor many times *not recommended* with no issue.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by themyst Click here to enlarge
    09 335i sedan is 3605. 230 lbs is significant
    Probably a good 25whp difference it looks like. But drivers weights can easily vary by 30-80# as well. Maybe 10.9 is not a realistic goal for you. But you better come back with at least an 11.30! Click here to enlarge
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    ill be happy when he finally cracks 120 Click here to enlarge

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Terry@BMS Click here to enlarge
    Probably a good 25whp difference it looks like. But drivers weights can easily vary by 30-80# as well. Maybe 10.9 is not a realistic goal for you. But you better come back with at least an 11.30! Click here to enlarge
    An 11.3 on street tires? I don't think so.

    Im 180 lbs so an average weight. Doubt it would affect much.

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