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    M54B30 801whp/881wnm World record!!!?

    The car is built to look like an M3

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    How itīs look now under the hood...Need to polish and get erery thing in place again

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    Who built this? Who tuned it? Need more details.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    Who built this? Who tuned it? Need more details.
    Jimmy Oberg and PPF.

    PPF tuned it on Vipec V88

    I have a lot more details of the history of this car going back to 2009...will post more shortly.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by PEI330Ci Click here to enlarge
    Jimmy Oberg and PPF.

    PPF tuned it on Vipec V88

    I have a lot more details of the history of this car going back to 2009...will post more shortly.
    Thank you I need some details to put in the front page article on this since this is a world record.

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    That dyno sheet looks a little bit ''shady''. I don't want to start a pissing match here, but I thought all torque and horsepower lines crossed at 5252 rpm. Isn't horsepower just a calculation based on torque and rpm? Here's what I mean: http://www.epi-eng.com/piston_engine...and_torque.htm

    Now, I DO REALIZE that instead of ft-lbs, torque is expressed in Newton meters, which could be why both lines don't cross at 5252, but having said that, the maximum torque value seems to be 801 Nm, NOT 881 Nm?!

    Looking forward to seeing what info PEI has on this.

    Disclaimer: I'm not trying to piss on anybody's parade. I truly admire that kind of power, regardless of whoever achieves it on whichever platform.

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    Its 881wnm!! I got more info and pictures under the building of the engine. Jimmy built the m3 look got 500whp on orignal engine with turbo. Now i own the car and its a new engine that ppf tuned on maxxecu

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Alex325i Click here to enlarge
    That dyno sheet looks a little bit ''shady''.
    You must be new.

    PPF is one of the pioneers of the big hp BMW FI scene...everyone else has been playing catch-up for the better part of a decade....
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Erikzzon Click here to enlarge
    its a new engine that ppf tuned on maxxecu
    Wow...I didn't know this. So this is the 3rd stand alone? (Link G4, then Vipec V88, then Maxxecu?)
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    No just 2. The link atom and then i switch to maxxecu

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by PEI330Ci Click here to enlarge
    You must be new.
    Yes I am, and I want to learn.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by PEI330Ci Click here to enlarge
    PPF is one of the pioneers of the big hp BMW FI scene...everyone else has been playing catch-up for the better part of a decade....
    Oh, I see.

    Well, thanks alot, now I know.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Erikzzon Click here to enlarge
    Its 881wnm!! I got more info and pictures under the building of the engine. Jimmy built the m3 look got 500whp on orignal engine with turbo. Now i own the car and its a new engine that ppf tuned on maxxecu
    Ok, I'm an idiot, and I can't event read a dyno sheet properly.

    I was looking at the wrong column for the torque Click here to enlarge Over analysis paralysis.

    Awesome car man!

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    The block i just drillt to fit M12 arp studs, H-profile stakes and cp pistons. original crankshaft with arp bolts and nuts

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    race tech valves with 1mm over size...portad and planed whith m3 air intake

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    6765 precision turbo on 2 bars now

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    on this

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    now itīs time for some oil cooling

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    Wow congrats. That's a great curve too. How high is the compression?

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by George Smooth Click here to enlarge
    Wow congrats. That's a great curve too. How high is the compression?
    the compression 8,5

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    Full spec,

    84.5mm M54B30, Balanced crank, PPF H-Profile rods, 8,5:1 CR CP Pistons, All bolts are ARP.

    PPF Ported cylinderhead with +1mm Supertech nitrated steel intake valves, Stock size inconel exhaust valves, PPF valve springs and retainers. Welded coolant ports. This is hold down to PPF's coopering headgasket with M12 Ford Sierra Cosworts ARP bolts.

    T3 flanged Precision PT6765 0.82ar Turbo sits on a SS 316L manifold.

    Euro S50B30 ITB's equipped with a PPF Nuke fuelrail and vacuum station. 2000cc (i think) injectors, 3" aluminum boost pipes, PPF intercooler. Fuel: E85

    SS304L 3.5" exhaust system with two SIMONS mufflers.

    Fredrik who is the owner now knows more about the clutch and ECU than I do. I also noticed that BMWAndreas, PPF are on the forum now!

    The car has some history, Hopefully PEI300Ci posts a recap from 2009 and forward! Click here to enlarge
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Alex325i Click here to enlarge
    That dyno sheet looks a little bit ''shady''. I don't want to start a pissing match here, but I thought all torque and horsepower lines crossed at 5252 rpm. Isn't horsepower just a calculation based on torque and rpm? Here's what I mean:

    Now, I DO REALIZE that instead of ft-lbs, torque is expressed in Newton meters, which could be why both lines don't cross at 5252, but having said that, the maximum torque value seems to be 801 Nm, NOT 881 Nm?!

    Looking forward to seeing what info PEI has on this.

    Disclaimer: I'm not trying to piss on anybody's parade. I truly admire that kind of power, regardless of whoever achieves it on whichever platform.
    PEI almost know this car more than anyone here. Click here to enlarge

    The lines should cross at 7000rpm when stated in NM. But it still depends on how the HP and NM are scaled.

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    This is the car back in 2009:

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    Looks pretty fast yes? I find the shape of it very aerodynamic.



    In all seriousness, it's gone through quite a metamorphosis, starting like this:

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    At this time Jimmy was looking to do a very high spec N/A build, including the fitment of the S50 ITBs pictured above. (This was an experience we shared; the adaptation of an ITB manifold onto an M54) To say that this project was just a pile of parts bolted onto the car would not be doing Jimmy (or PPF) justice. The ITB project was pretty serious, with a lot of Jimmy's time spent here:

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    Doing this:

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    During the summer of 2010, Jimmy began to talk about doing another turbo project. (His previous toy was a 700hp turbo E34) So it wasn't a surprise in September of 2010 when the following build plan was announced:

    *SPA Exhaust manifold
    * Precision SC6262 Billet Turbo
    * Presision 44mm Wastegate
    * 3" Steinless exhaust with 2 SIMONS silencers
    * PPF 50mm BOV
    * 450X300x75 Intercooler
    * BMC Airfilter
    * Link G4 Atom EMS
    * Audi ignition coils
    * Siemens DEKA 895cc injectors
    * Bosch 044 fuelpump mounted in the tank.
    * Aeromotive AN6 regulator
    * Modified fuelrail

    The goal was 450rwhp on a stock M54B30 bottom end on E85 fuel.

    Building the turbo manifold:

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    Installation completed at PPF, and on the dyno to start tuning:

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    Super clean engine bay:

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    Then I got this in an email, and I knew Jimmy and PPF must have been happy:

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    So that takes us to October of 2010. Click here to enlarge

    More to come shortly...
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    DAMN!

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    Amazing. Makes me want my 330i back.
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    Find the dyny paper from when its was original...sorry for the bad pictures. Got a brand new camera that i dont understand :/ som its much from Iphone

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    That looks like a quality build. The numbers it's making are great - looks like it's an awesome car.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Alex325i Click here to enlarge
    That dyno sheet looks a little bit ''shady''. I don't want to start a pissing match here, but I thought all torque and horsepower lines crossed at 5252 rpm. Isn't horsepower just a calculation based on torque and rpm? Here's what I mean: http://www.epi-eng.com/piston_engine...and_torque.htm

    Now, I DO REALIZE that instead of ft-lbs, torque is expressed in Newton meters, which could be why both lines don't cross at 5252, but having said that, the maximum torque value seems to be 801 Nm, NOT 881 Nm?!

    Looking forward to seeing what info PEI has on this.

    Disclaimer: I'm not trying to piss on anybody's parade. I truly admire that kind of power, regardless of whoever achieves it on whichever platform.
    The maximum torque value is at 881 - look at the left side of the paper. Regarding the intersection of HP and Torque, this is only valid if the scale is equivalent on both sides and if the units used are the same on both sides. One is measuring in "feet" the other is in "meters" - the 5252 comes from 33300 (1 HP = 33000 ft-lb/minute) divided by the circumference of a circle with a 1 foot radius.

    On the other hand, it's a bit weird to do this - and confusing, but can be perfectly valid if the units/scale is different for the Y-axis.
    Last edited by inlineS54B32; 02-24-2013 at 04:16 AM. Reason: can't tell left from right :)

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