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    Random RB dyno results

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    Had a chance today to tune SRanch's "race car" today. He's running E60 now along with meth and ready to rock for Shift Sector. Click here to enlarge
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    things just got real

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    Terry - were you guys running out of fuel around 3-4k RPM's? Or do you choose to keep it that lean? Impressive power nonetheless!
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    How light is that thing? Must fly with that power Click here to enlarge
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by lulz_m3 Click here to enlarge
    Terry - were you guys running out of fuel around 3-4k RPM's? Or do you choose to keep it that lean? Impressive power nonetheless!
    The AFR target is around 13.9:1 down there. Overall flash is almost identical to the "RACE" file on n54tech.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by benzy89 Click here to enlarge
    How light is that thing? Must fly with that power Click here to enlarge
    Estimated 3220#. Feels pretty strong to me racing around. Click here to enlarge
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    DAMN! Great numbers and HOLY RACECAR HAHA. That thing is gonna haul ass at shift sector. can't wait to see some vids.
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    Are you sure that log represents that dyno graph? LOL Great numbers, just odd to see E60+meth make that much power with leaning out AFR..4th or 5th?

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    Looks like 4th gear from the log. Is he AT or MT? Can't wait to see some vids from SS. I'm trying to go as part of the pit crew if my buddy brings his supercharged C6 vette.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by bmw335iguy Click here to enlarge
    Looks like 4th gear from the log. Is he AT or MT? Can't wait to see some vids from SS. I'm trying to go as part of the pit crew if my buddy brings his supercharged C6 vette.

    gotta be MT. AT cant rev to 7000 without upshifting on its own.

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    That's really sick. I wonder how much weight he saved with all that stripped out etc. He must fly with that much power.
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    wow, that's insane.. keeping power going for that long, where's the usual falloff?! haha
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    Practically 500+rwhp from 5k to 7k rpm... sweet.

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    Is that car gutted just for Shift Sector? Nuts!!!

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Rob@RBTurbo Click here to enlarge
    Practically 500+rwhp from 5k to 7k rpm... sweet.
    I also did a run testing out his JB4 no lift shifting. Worked nicely. This was at 19psi.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Terry@BMS Click here to enlarge
    I also did a run testing out his JB4 no lift shifting. Worked nicely. This was at 19psi.
    $#@! that looks good

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Terry@BMS Click here to enlarge
    Estimated 3220#. Feels pretty strong to me racing around. Click here to enlarge
    Is that with or without the driver? Also how much fuel?

    If it's with the driver that's pretty good but if it's without the driver I'd have though it'd be a little lighter without seats and interior. I race weighted at 1566kg (3452lb) with me in the car (165lbs), 1/8th fuel tank, rear seat delete, lightweight wheels (Forgestar F14s) and otherwise full interior with a BR Racing half cage (maybe an extra 40-50lbs).

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by froop Click here to enlarge
    Is that with or without the driver? Also how much fuel?

    If it's with the driver that's pretty good but if it's without the driver I'd have though it'd be a little lighter without seats and interior. I race weighted at 1566kg (3452lb) with me in the car (165lbs), 1/8th fuel tank, rear seat delete, lightweight wheels (Forgestar F14s) and otherwise full interior with a BR Racing half cage (maybe an extra 40-50lbs).

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    Without driver. Last time at the scales he was at 3300#, and then removed 80# including his carpet, speakers, panels, and interior insulation. For comparison my 135i came in at 3260# with some weight reduction but most of the interior in place except for the passenger seat. I'd love to get another 100# off my car but I'm not really willing to give up some of the creature comforts. I may remove the back seats this time around for shift sector though. Click here to enlarge
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    Thank you Terry for such excellent work and professional customer service again! Can't wait to race!

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    Great results...car is gonna be a beast at that weight...have fun and be safe at shift sector!
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Terry@BMS Click here to enlarge
    I also did a run testing out his JB4 no lift shifting. Worked nicely. This was at 19psi.
    Thats amazing! A TRUE 500whp everywhere!
    Change is constant

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Terry@BMS Click here to enlarge
    Without driver. Last time at the scales he was at 3300#, and then removed 80# including his carpet, speakers, panels, and interior insulation. For comparison my 135i came in at 3260# with some weight reduction but most of the interior in place except for the passenger seat. I'd love to get another 100# off my car but I'm not really willing to give up some of the creature comforts. I may remove the back seats this time around for shift sector though. Click here to enlarge
    I thought it would be lighter as well. My car with full interior and a full tank of petrol weighed in at 1525kgs (3362lbs).
    Only lightening done was wheels and exhaust.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Terry@BMS Click here to enlarge
    Without driver. Last time at the scales he was at 3300#, and then removed 80# including his carpet, speakers, panels, and interior insulation. For comparison my 135i came in at 3260# with some weight reduction but most of the interior in place except for the passenger seat. I'd love to get another 100# off my car but I'm not really willing to give up some of the creature comforts. I may remove the back seats this time around for shift sector though. Click here to enlarge
    Thanks for the reply Terry!

    Maybe he had a full tank of fuel when he last weighed because with 1/8 tank, no window wiper fluid, stock front seats, rear seat delete, full AR/CP-E exhaust and otherwise full interior + half cage my car would have already been under 3300lbs (3287lbs). That means that if I removed the 2 front seats (130lb - ~25lb for a racing seat and mounts) and interior carpet/speakers (80lb) etc my car should theoretically be scraping 3100lb with 1/8 of a fuel tank. ~3050 if I were to remove the half cage. Add a CF boot lid and trunk and it'd be under 3000lb Click here to enlarge. Can't exactly see myself stripping the car interior on my daily driver though Click here to enlarge

    You should definitely remove the rear seats, front seat and probably the rear trunk floor (surprisingly heavy) for SS though. I've done quite a bit of rough weighing of things that I've removed when I was doing my 1M interior swap.

    Front Seats 30kg each (66lb)
    Rear Seat Bottom Cushion 6-7kg (~13-15lb)
    Rear Seat Back Rest 17kg (~37lb)
    The rear boot floor is like ~3-4kg I think.

    That means you could theoretically save ~60kg or 130lb very easily. Then just remove the entire exhaust with open DPs Click here to enlarge

    The rear parcel shelf with speakers was only 1.5kg and each rear interior side panel was only 1kg. Hardly worth removing though. I'd rather have the ability to listen to music haha. Each front door interior panel with speaker is 4kg though.

    I haven't gotten around to weighing each bit of interior carpet, boot linings etc but I've got a whole bunch of it sitting in my garage. Maybe I'll try and do it later this week.


    Back on topic though, I'd really love to see some 0-100kph times on this car.
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    The same night we happened to also weigh a 100% stock 335i MT right down to the runflats and it came in at 3500#. He was 200# lighter via rims, exhaust, seat removal, cowl, etc, which sounds right to me. Everyone had around 1/8th - 1/4 tank of fuel.

    What did you weigh 100% stock? 3500# also?
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Terry@BMS Click here to enlarge
    I also did a run testing out his JB4 no lift shifting. Worked nicely. This was at 19psi.
    Sick numbers! This nls graph is pretty interesting to me.

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