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    E61 535d _______________ 442hp, 625tq

    This is definitely a great engine. The stock fuel system it is even capable of more at this power level!!!

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    09 6AT 335i Coupe M-Sport - SOLD
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    Looking for a n54 project e90/e82

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    I love the new D's... Power is going to be stupid with mods.

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    WOW what a beast!!!

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Wedge1967 Click here to enlarge
    I love the new D's... Power is going to be stupid with mods.
    What these things really seem to need is a turbo upgrade though.

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    With the low rev range, that's gonna be harder to do, and with the small/large turbo configuration, avoiding lag with a larger turbo on the big side might create more problems than solutions.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Ronin Click here to enlarge
    With the low rev range, that's gonna be harder to do, and with the small/large turbo configuration, avoiding lag with a larger turbo on the big side might create more problems than solutions.
    Well somehow diesel performance shops pull it off even with the low revs.

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    Maybe making the smaller turbo spool longer...not sure, as I really haven't looked into swapping out my turbos yet. Still have other things I want to do first.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Ronin Click here to enlarge
    With the low rev range, that's gonna be harder to do, and with the small/large turbo configuration, avoiding lag with a larger turbo on the big side might create more problems than solutions.
    The car has both turbos modified,, the small and big. So the powerband is the same but at a higher scale.

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    i have to say thats a very nice setup you have done here.....

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