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    09 335xi dyno 431awhp 482lbs tq std

    Hey all,

    I just did a couple dyno pulls today on map 5,7, and 4.

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    70% E85/ 30% 93

    run file 5 - map 5
    run file 9 and 10 - map 7
    run file 11 - map 4

    Graphs look weird. I asked the dyno operator and said that there dyno was acting buggy. Unfortunately I forgot my laptop to do logs on these runs so take them for what there worth. Let me know what everyone thinks and if its on par with any others running similar mods on an xi.

    Good delta from stock boost.Click here to enlarge

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    It's rally too bad they weren't clean graphs. Those are really good numbers for an XI. Nice runs man. I'd try to get her dynos again though.
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    How much boost?

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    18.5 psi on map 7

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by bigdnno98 Click here to enlarge
    It's rally too bad they weren't clean graphs. Those are really good numbers for an XI. Nice runs man. I'd try to get her dynos again though.
    Thanks. I have done Dyno runs before on the same Dyno but different Dyno operator . The other graph I have is smoother.

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    Was gonna say, what's your stock baseline so we can gauge the deltas & see where you stack up against other N54s.
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    Thats some really good power. While the graphs arent beautiful, the numbers are. Pretty aggressive E85 mix as well, im jealous they dont sell that here
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Eric335 Click here to enlarge
    Thats some really good power. While the graphs arent beautiful, the numbers are. Pretty aggressive E85 mix as well, im jealous they dont sell that here
    Ever use this guy: http://alternative-fuel.findthedata.org/

    It does look as of right now the closest E85 station to Naples is in Ft Myers
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    Keep in mind that the max numbers are measured at the peaks of that ridiculous noise, even so it still looks like 400+ HP and 440 tq.

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    Im just happy to get numbers close to non xi guys on stock snails. Waiting for the track to open up this year and want to take a crack at the 11's on stock rft.

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    Don't get me wrong, those numbers look good. I would estimate 250 hp and 280 tq stock. So that's delta of 150+ HP and about 160 tq.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by ajm8127 Click here to enlarge
    I would estimate 250 hp and 280 tq stock. So that's delta of 150+ HP and about 160 tq.
    My stock baseline (with all my FBO mods installed & 93 octane) dynod at 270 WHP / 290 WTQ, which seems to be the industry standard. But most FBO cars running pump gas/E85 blends are seeing gains like you said, +150 WHP/160 WTQ (adding meth will prob add another ~20 WHP/30 WTQ depending on how aggressive the concentration is)
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by benzy89 Click here to enlarge
    My stock baseline (with all my FBO mods installed & 93 octane) dynod at 270 WHP / 290 WTQ, which seems to be the industry standard. But most FBO cars running pump gas/E85 blends are seeing gains like you said, +150 WHP/160 WTQ (adding meth will prob add another ~20 WHP/30 WTQ depending on how aggressive the concentration is)
    I think my baseline is a bit higher than most stock xi cars because of the BMS flash map on stock boost and High E85 blend like you mentioned.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by DQE92 Click here to enlarge
    I think my baseline is a bit higher than most stock xi cars because of the BMS flash map on stock boost and High E85 blend like you mentioned.
    Makes sense, but goes back to why I asked about a stock (or as close as possible) baseline on that dyno. Quality numbers regardless & I'm sure the car $#@!in moves
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    Unfortunately I get ahead of myself sometimes with modding the car that I dont look at Deltas too much and like to know more of how the car stands with the current mods but knew that people were going to ask for stock baseline numbers. Im more of a bring it to the drag strip and see what kinda of mph traps to see if power the car is making.

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    Can you have any dyno results without e85? Nice aw numbers.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by orange Click here to enlarge
    Can you have any dyno results without e85? Nice aw numbers.
    Sorry no pump gas numbers. E85 is available in my area.

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    Nice numbers! Why not run 100% e85 since you have the pump?


    I run 8:4 (~e55) on stock pump.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by The Ghost Click here to enlarge
    Nice numbers! Why not run 100% e85 since you have the pump?I run 8:4 (~e55) on stock pump.
    I was told to by Terry at bms to keep this mix and 100% e85 in cold weather, I really don't want to deal with long coldstarts.

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    Bummer on the dyno readout but results look promising. Capture any JB4 logs of the runs?
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Terry@BMS Click here to enlarge
    Bummer on the dyno readout but results look promising. Capture any JB4 logs of the runs?
    When I grabbed my laptop bag I forgot my net book at home. That's the other bummer but happy with the results.

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    very nice numbers for an xi with stock turbos!! This should more than enough for my brother to buy a jb4 and use the dci i bought from terrry over a year ago with some e85 so he can enjoy his car some more

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    Might be a dumb question, but did you run the stock maps with e85 in the tank, is that safe for AFRs?

    Nice numbers, what is that, about 101 octane mix?
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by mithiral67 Click here to enlarge
    Might be a dumb question, but did you run the stock maps with e85 in the tank, is that safe for AFRs?

    Nice numbers, what is that, about 101 octane mix?
    i have the bms flash when I ran stock boost map 4. It has timing added for e85 is my assumption. I'll let terry at bms chime in to answer if its bad for afrs. I run the car on map 5 or map 7 with high e85 mix in the tank.

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    Nice numbers. Some of the highest I've seen for an xi! Hows that map 7 feel?

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