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    $#@! yeah! Way to go Vargas + PTF. Match made in heaven! Sign me up Tony. I'm in Sacramento 6MT FBO!

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    This is awesome. Lets get that upgraded HPFP, what ever happened to that @VargasTurboTech?
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    Please tell me this will work on an XI!!

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by klipseracer Click here to enlarge
    Except nobody wants to pay for a 15k 335i. All the ones that interest me anyway start around 25k-30k although I'm looking for a vert. But if you just want the platform regardless of miles or options, then I suppose you could find one in reasonable shape for around 17-20.
    yeah guess thats true if you're lookin for fancier or newer ones like an msport or vert like you. I personally know people who have gotten extremely clean e90's with reasonable mileage for 15kish...this is only through auctions though. Of course regular buyers going to Carmax and dealers are going to get taxed haha. Regardless, this platform just took a little step up!
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    I'm am honestly more in the market for a 335 than i ever was.
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    Congrats Tony and Dzenno/Jake.

    Awesome results, very impressive for 91. It will be very interesting to follow the progress from here on. Even with the HPFP concerns there should be a lot to be had on the timing with better fuel.

    Great to see such dedication to the N54 platform
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    Here's an UNOFFICIAL overlay of ST 58 on 93 pump, no meth @ 19.5 PSI vs the VTT S3 on 91 pump @ 24 PSI. The gray line is the ST. I apologize if this is a misrepresentation in any way. I was just trying to figure out how it would daily drive.

    Question: On the VTT graph, what is that dip between 4.75 and 5.00? I see it on other dynos with stock turbos as well.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by blisstik Click here to enlarge
    Here's an UNOFFICIAL overlay of ST 58 on 93 pump, no meth @ 19.5 PSI vs the VTT S3 on 91 pump @ 24 PSI. The gray line is the ST. I apologize if this is a misrepresentation in any way. I was just trying to figure out how it would daily drive.

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    Looks very similar to me down low, just 4 psi difference up top.

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    Great first dyno session. If you are not dropping LP, then it's the HPFP. Line size or inlet to the pump won't make a difference... need to increase output volume.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by blisstik Click here to enlarge
    Here's an UNOFFICIAL overlay of ST 58 on 93 pump, no meth @ 19.5 PSI vs the VTT S3 on 91 pump @ 24 PSI. The gray line is the ST. I apologize if this is a misrepresentation in any way. I was just trying to figure out how it would daily drive.

    Question: On the VTT graph, what is that dip between 4.75 and 5.00? I see it on other dynos with stock turbos as well.

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    Not a misrepresentation at all, thank you for posting that. Pretty much speaks for itself. We used less octane, achieved similar spool to their small turbo that maxes at at 620-640. Our turbos are flow rated to about 850, yet they keep up with it down low and run away from it 4250 up on TQ and HP. The dip was explained in the original post. Small throttle correction that is easily tuned out, limited time on dyno we left it.

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    Amazing!! Would probably blow my 6AT into oblivion though lol
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    Has anyone looked at the rail pressure or pressure valve that returns the fuel? Why is the HPFP always to blame. Most of the job is being done by the LPFP as the HPFP job is to keep the rail pressure high. Could there be anything else other than the HPFP regarding the high pressure in the rails?

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by AltecBX Click here to enlarge
    Has anyone looked at the rail pressure or pressure valve that returns the fuel? Why is the HPFP always to blame. Most of the job is being done by the LPFP as the HPFP job is to keep the rail pressure high. Could there be anything else other than the HPFP regarding the high pressure in the rails?
    According to the data, the HPFP is to blame (the twin LPFP that Tony is running are maintaing pressure 100% fine), but that def doesn't mean that the HPFP is "tapped out". I know that when I had my Walbro installed, Garth (Undercover) was surprised to see the narrow sized tubing that the 335 fuel lines are & believes that be increasing the tubing diameter, we could eliminate a potential bottleneck & get the HPFP some more fuel.
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    Great work Dzenno and Tony. Cant wait for E90SoFlo to get a kit so i can try it out haha
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    Amazing work. I get that tingling feeling when I read how straightforward the tuning was. /props

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    This + 1M with built DCT. That would be epic.

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    If you're ready to try on an AT car, i'm fully prepared to blow my transmission for the good of the community Click here to enlarge
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    Vishnu can go suck a fat one now
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by klipseracer Click here to enlarge
    This is better than I was expecting. Lets see it crack 600 on 91!!!! I don't get 93 here unfortunately.
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    What's next? Meth/e85 I hope.

    I prefer e85, but if you are fuel-limited, for now just run meth so everyone know what the kit can do. Show the real gap between RBs/VS2s.
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    Incredible Tony, just F-ing incredible. GREAT JOB to both you, DZ, and everyone else that helped. Seriously man

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by wtfmateim65 Click here to enlarge
    15k or less for a used N54 car
    FBO thru the classifieds for around 2k
    LSD, SMFW, Clutch 3-4k
    M3 bits and suspension 2-3k
    lets say a wide 5-10k for turbos and misc.
    extra few k for maintenance.
    M3 eater for 30-35k!
    Since it's a used N54, if it is an 07, you have a bolted diff. LSD upgrade= $1,700 w/labor.

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    so when is the next dyno session?
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by AltecBX Click here to enlarge
    Has anyone looked at the rail pressure or pressure valve that returns the fuel? Why is the HPFP always to blame. Most of the job is being done by the LPFP as the HPFP job is to keep the rail pressure high. Could there be anything else other than the HPFP regarding the high pressure in the rails?
    Returnless system

    as said, the next easy thing would be some higher dia lines to ease it up a bit

    but there's only a certain amount of fuel you can force through it..

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