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    Wide Body N54 getting stage 2

    Michael Lewis dropped off his bad ass 2010 3351 sedan at our installation shop on Sunday for the stage 2 upgrade, he is one of our beta testers and will be tuning using a custom GIAC tune. Needless to say this car is badass and customers that come and go oogle over it everytime. Its widened in the rear and I believe the front and is sporting some serious meat under there. The exhaust is straight through and is LOUD! How loud you ask, we were moving things around in the yard and we pulled it out into the street to make room and a cop driving by pulled me over and started crawling around under it taking tire tread depth and all this BS, after asking "hey why is this thing so loud" Needless to say after telling about the "street racing classes" he just finished he decided to write us a fix it ticket for the AFE intake and no front plate. Talk about a DOUCHEBAG! The exhaust WILL get your attention. Before he brought it to us he got it dyno'd, check the numbers below. As soon as we get stage 2 ready and installed GIAC will be doing their magic on it. Looking forward to it. Mike was one hell of a nice guy and we are glad we can work on his car for him.


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    I like your sign tony, Jesus is lord!

    And I like the wide body! Very neat.

    Hope for good results!




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    Hey, i remember that car. Turb0mike? right?
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by rader1 Click here to enlarge
    Hey, i remember that car. Turb0mike? right?
    Yeah, i knew the car looked familiar... I thought he had center-exit exhaust? Cant tell whats going on with that rear end Click here to enlarge
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Eric335 Click here to enlarge
    Yeah, i knew the car looked familiar... I thought he had center-exit exhaust? Cant tell whats going on with that rear end Click here to enlarge
    It is center exit, rear bumper and diffuser is removed

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    This guy knows how to drive his car. Seen him at big willow and damn is he fast. Now he's gonna be at the GTR level.
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    how quick will GIAC get their tuning done?

    his car is very sick
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    Reminding me about my tire rub. Click here to enlarge I basically have 285mm tires on an E92 (with VS8s which already are low offset). I think I can get the rub out without flaring though. Glad to see some more quick 335is around here. I haven't met any yet.

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    Mike is a great guy and a true enthusiast, the perfect guy to test these turbos. I hope everything works out for him.

    PS Mike if your still in the Bay Area lets grab lunch.

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    Hah kind of funny ran into that car on the freeway and at Gintani a few times.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    Hah kind of funny ran into that car on the freeway and at Gintani a few times.
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    Sorry couldn't resist Click here to enlarge
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Autobahn335i Click here to enlarge
    On your bicycle? Click here to enlarge


    Sorry couldn't resist Click here to enlarge
    I was on the freeway doing this:


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    Tell him to post here, I dont think he does. He has a sick 335 and will be a great beta tester
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    nice to see GIAC getting in on this. I know they tend to be over looked given the market of jb4, proceed, and cobb (+PTF)

    Can't wait to see results!

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    One of my favorite E90s!
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    the Vargas turbos will definitely be tested on TurboMike's car....can't wait to start seeing some results

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    Love the widebody. In for stg2 results.

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    DAMN, I love me some fat tires. I wish I could fit 315s in the rear :p
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by nafoo Click here to enlarge
    DAMN, I love me some fat tires. I wish I could fit 315s in the rear :p
    I would do it if I could figure out how to fit a 285 up front on an E92.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by nafoo Click here to enlarge
    DAMN, I love me some fat tires. I wish I could fit 315s in the rear :p
    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by rudypoochris Click here to enlarge
    I would do it if I could figure out how to fit a 285 up front on an E92.
    Lucky SOBs. I'm rocking 255s on the rear of my e82 and that required trimming.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by rader1 Click here to enlarge
    Lucky SOBs. I'm rocking 255s on the rear of my e82 and that required trimming.
    You mean fender rolling? I was running 275 PSS with Vs8, that required a little work. I switched to AD08s now through. They are literally half an inch wider (really like a 285 imho). I will need to eliminate the entire inner lip and get deep into the bumper connection. I can hook second when warmed up now though. If the front fenders were metal I'd go for broke and flare to fit 305s out back.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by rudypoochris Click here to enlarge
    You mean fender rolling? I was running 275 PSS with Vs8, that required a little work. I switched to AD08s now through. They are literally half an inch wider (really like a 285 imho). I will need to eliminate the entire inner lip and get deep into the bumper connection. I can hook second when warmed up now though. If the front fenders were metal I'd go for broke and flare to fit 305s out back.
    Yeah, some fender rolling was required
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by rudypoochris Click here to enlarge
    You mean fender rolling? I was running 275 PSS with Vs8, that required a little work. I switched to AD08s now through. They are literally half an inch wider (really like a 285 imho). I will need to eliminate the entire inner lip and get deep into the bumper connection. I can hook second when warmed up now though. If the front fenders were metal I'd go for broke and flare to fit 305s out back.
    How do you like ad08's?? Im thinking of doing a 245/275 setup on my c63 coupe when my forgestars come in. Seem like great tires and get good reviews i was thinking between these and the nt05's and wanted some real world feedback ... How is the handling? and the straightline grip once warmed up

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by ezec63 Click here to enlarge
    How do you like ad08's?? Im thinking of doing a 245/275 setup on my c63 coupe when my forgestars come in. Seem like great tires and get good reviews i was thinking between these and the nt05's and wanted some real world feedback ... How is the handling? and the straightline grip once warmed up
    Better than PSS, particularly the sidewalls. You can use less pressure to get better steering feel and less mush. Its definitely a better performing tire. If I start at 3k in 2nd I cant get them to spin. The PSS I could. At only 180 wear though, they might go fast and they cost just as much for an incremental gain in performance. You could not tell me the tire and I could know in one curve though - it is noticeable. That being said, be ready for the tire to be 1/2" wider than a PSS or DWS despite having the same size.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by rudypoochris Click here to enlarge
    You mean fender rolling? I was running 275 PSS with Vs8, that required a little work. I switched to AD08s now through. They are literally half an inch wider (really like a 285 imho). I will need to eliminate the entire inner lip and get deep into the bumper connection. I can hook second when warmed up now though. If the front fenders were metal I'd go for broke and flare to fit 305s out back.
    If you can get an 11" wide wheel with offset around 48 and run your car at a height that's not "slammed" you might be able to pull off a 305 in the back with some tweaking (depending on the tire brand).
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