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    Mods done so far

    Might as well update since it's been about 10 days since I've had my car LOL. About a week ago I installed the DCI and the JB4. I felt a crazy difference already I've been on map 5.

    I met up with @alpinedevil335 this weekend, he showed me how to log and helped me with the JB4 cable and rerouting it into the dash. I even went and tried some e85!!! I love this car and the ease with the map settings.

    Tomorrow I'm going to RMS in the morning to install the DP's I couldn't wait any longer LOL. A big thanks to @THATDONFC for hooking me up on fitting me in their tight schedule. I'll have an update on what I'll be doing after that.

    I spoke with Terry and he's going to help me with the BB flash and show me how it works. I'll be using 91 with that for now until my BT cable comes through...
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    Sooooo... What's next after the DP's and flash?? Click here to enlarge

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    Slippery, slippery slope..... FBO, then LPFP Upgrade to Run Straight E85, then New Turbos Click here to enlarge
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    yeah and after turbos comes lsd and suspension and the list never ends.lol Seems like I'm always adding to the list when I told myself I was done last year. Road goes on forever and the party never ends.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by alpinedevil335 Click here to enlarge
    Sooooo... What's next after the DP's and flash?? Click here to enlarge
    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by benzy89 Click here to enlarge
    Slippery, slippery slope..... FBO, then LPFP Upgrade to Run Straight E85, then New Turbos Click here to enlarge
    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by jzeee037 Click here to enlarge
    yeah and after turbos comes lsd and suspension and the list never ends.lol Seems like I'm always adding to the list when I told myself I was done last year. Road goes on forever and the party never ends.
    I guess I'll go full bolt ons and feel out the car. Get the car ready with fueling and all other cooling and suspension drivetrain mods as well. Then do that custom single turbo setup with my buddy.

    Thanks for the advice! Any recommendations on clutch, intercooler, or anything like that?
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    That's a good start Click here to enlarge

    Be aware that it never ends though lol
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    Add new rims and sticky tires to that list.
    And brake mods.
    You'll run out of grip and stopping power pretty soon if you keep adding horsepower.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Autobahn335i Click here to enlarge
    That's a good start Click here to enlarge

    Be aware that it never ends though lol
    Haha, trust me I know. That's why I'm trying to get all the right parts and do it once. Not like my cobalt LMAO!

    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by DavidV Click here to enlarge
    Add new rims and sticky tires to that list.
    And brake mods.
    You'll run out of grip and stopping power pretty soon if you keep adding horsepower
    Definitely! I'm looking at the bmw 313 wheels. I really like those on the car.

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    I'm looking at stoptech pads for now. I guess I'll be looking at some Nt05's for the rear too LOL
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by fastgti69 Click here to enlarge

    I'm looking at stoptech pads for now.
    I have had Stoptech pads. In fact I still have them lying around with hardly any milage on them.
    For sale if you want them...

    You don't want them as a high performance upgrade, trust me. For low dust, yes that they do pretty well.
    For low dust AND higher performance try the Hawk HPS pads. They offer more controllable friction over stock and produce less brake dust. Just an advice.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by DavidV Click here to enlarge
    For low dust AND higher performance try the Hawk HPS pads. They offer more controllable friction over stock and produce less brake dust. Just an advice.
    I'll second that. The Hawk HPS pads will produce far less dust than stock, and have a much more linear relationship to force applied to the pedal vs. braking force generated. With the stock pads if you just press slightly on the pedal, it feels like they are very aggressive, but if you press on the pedal more, they really don't grip proportionally more. The Hawk pads are much more proportional.

    If you are going to do the pads, don't forget the fluid and the lines.

    Speaking of fluids, I generally change all of them after buying a used car. Don't get caught up in modding and forget about preventative maintenance.
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    Repped for selling your Cobalt... nice job kid !

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    If it was me knowing what I know now, I would check and make sure all recalls were done. The biggest ass whipping is to install parts and have problems like the b+ cable and fuse box or any other recall issues. I keep spare coils and plugs handy. Seems like everytime I made a change or upgraded a part a coil would go bad or hpfp would fail or something would pop up. Your pretty active here so you know the issues. Just my .02.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by fastgti69 Click here to enlarge
    Thanks for the advice! Any recommendations on clutch, intercooler, or anything like that?
    Spec seems to be the most popular clutch, Helix Intercooler gets my vote, if you're gonna go single turbo you'll prob need an aftermarket Charge Pipe & Diverter Valves or BOV... Maybe a BMS OCC to keep your intake track clean
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    Swap your transmission fluid out for some redline MT90 fluid. Click here to enlarge Also, delete your CDV.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by lulz_m3 Click here to enlarge
    Swap your transmission fluid out for some redline MT90 fluid. Click here to enlarge Also, delete your CDV.
    I plan on putting MT90 in mine in the next couple weeks. Stuff is great! I've never heard anyone with complaints about it. I used it in my old S13 and it worked miracles on the terrible Nissan synchros. It would grind every time it went into 2nd or 3rd. Put MT90 in it, and in like 2 days the grinding was completely gone.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by benzy89 Click here to enlarge
    Slippery, slippery slope..... FBO, then LPFP Upgrade to Run Straight E85, then New Turbos Click here to enlarge
    so true LOL

    congrats. the 335i is a step up in luxury from your cobalt, and with time, a step up in performance as well (once you go single turbo. i dont think a fbo 335i could beat your cobalt ss lol)

    get a stepped style fmic like cobb or helix. they have shown better iats for me.
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    What did your cobalt run in the 1/4? I have only seen a couple in the 11's rest seem to run mid to low 12's at best.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by DavidV Click here to enlarge
    For low dust AND higher performance try the Hawk HPS pads. They offer more controllable friction over stock and produce less brake dust. Just an advice.
    Ahh, Hawk made pads for this car? Well thank you, I definitely will. I had the Hawk HPS on my SS brembos and they were great! No squeal and low dust and nice bite. I already installed some stock pads for now.

    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by ajm8127 Click here to enlarge
    If you are going to do the pads, don't forget the fluid and the lines.

    Speaking of fluids, I generally change all of them after buying a used car. Don't get caught up in modding and forget about preventative maintenance.
    For now I did an oil change and pretty much like drained the clutch and brake lines. I'll be doing the tranny fluid too as someone posted as well.

    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Group.america Click here to enlarge
    Repped for selling your Cobalt... nice job kid !
    Thank you sir!

    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by jzeee037 Click here to enlarge
    If it was me knowing what I know now, I would check and make sure all recalls were done. The biggest ass whipping is to install parts and have problems like the b+ cable and fuse box or any other recall issues. I keep spare coils and plugs handy. Seems like everytime I made a change or upgraded a part a coil would go bad or hpfp would fail or something would pop up. Your pretty active here so you know the issues. Just my .02.
    Yessir, I checked and all the recalls were done. For now the car is running strong and I've been pretty abusive with it I'm not gonna lie. I got downpipes installed today and holy $#@!ing hell. The car is nuts now, goes sideways in second gear. I'm running 50/50 e85/91 LOL.

    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by benzy89 Click here to enlarge
    Spec seems to be the most popular clutch, Helix Intercooler gets my vote, if you're gonna go single turbo you'll prob need an aftermarket Charge Pipe & Diverter Valves or BOV... Maybe a BMS OCC to keep your intake track clean
    I heard spec is good. I wish HPF was still around, i heard their clutches were honestly the best.. I'll be getting a BMS OCC soon as well. The Charge pipe and BOV will be all custom fabricated with the big single. My guy said it's easier for him that way so he can do it all himself etc..

    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by lulz_m3 Click here to enlarge
    Swap your transmission fluid out for some redline MT90 fluid. Click here to enlarge Also, delete your CDV
    Thank you for that tip! I will go do some research on that. What is a CDV delete?

    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Stucks Click here to enlarge
    congrats. the 335i is a step up in luxury from your cobalt, and with time, a step up in performance as well (once you go single turbo. i dont think a fbo 335i could beat your cobalt ss lol)

    get a stepped style fmic like cobb or helix. they have shown better iats for me.
    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by jzeee037 Click here to enlarge
    What did your cobalt run in the 1/4? I have only seen a couple in the 11's rest seem to run mid to low 12's at best.
    Definitely a step up in luxury. From my GTI to Cobalt I stepped down. Now from my cobalt to this car, I came back up 2 steps lol. For now, I don't think my car would be able to beat my SS at where I had it. You are correct lol, I don't think this car can get faster than it already is at what I have it now.

    I got DCI, BMS DP Jb4 and 50/50 e85/91 on map 5. I can still try out 100 octane and to map 7 to see but idk. I've never ran my cobalt in the 1/4 mile. I have dynoed it though and plenty of videos of be beating on cars with 400+whp.

    My cobalt was ~3100lbs with me in it, and dynoed at 415whp/435 wtq. If you put that in the 1/4 mile calc, it brings up like 122 trap speed. So I'm guessing that would be an 11 second car with a great driver.
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    As ajm8127 said don't forget to replace all 6! brake lines with braided stainless ones for a far better pedal feel (I have a set from Goodridge myself). And while you're there replace the brake fluid with Motul RBF600.
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    @fastgti69, CDV = Clutch Delay Valve. It basically slows down/restricts the fluid from immediately engaging the clutch after you push the clutch pedal down. You will also want to see about getting the NLS function working on the JB4, makes the 6MT much more competitive.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by DavidV Click here to enlarge
    As ajm8127 said don't forget to replace all 6! brake lines with braided stainless ones for a far better pedal feel (I have a set from Goodridge myself). And while you're there replace the brake fluid with Motul RBF600.
    Damn, 6 lines huh. I definitely will then. Thanks for the heads up SS lines and motul rbf600!!

    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by lulz_m3 Click here to enlarge
    @fastgti69, CDV = Clutch Delay Valve. It basically slows down/restricts the fluid from immediately engaging the clutch after you push the clutch pedal down. You will also want to see about getting the NLS function working on the JB4, makes the 6MT much more competitive
    Ahhh, actually deleting it. $#@!, I didn't know that's what you were supposed to do. I got that m3 clutch valve from BMS and I replaced it yesterday... It made a little difference. I'm guessing it will be much better actually taking it out and just shooting it straight through.. Thanks bro! NLS sounds fun, there's not too much lag with this car so I'm not too worried for now. Click here to enlarge
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by fastgti69 Click here to enlarge
    Might as well update since it's been about 10 days since I've had my car LOL. About a week ago I installed the DCI and the JB4. I felt a crazy difference already I've been on map 5.

    I met up with @alpinedevil335 this weekend, he showed me how to log and helped me with the JB4 cable and rerouting it into the dash. I even went and tried some e85!!! I love this car and the ease with the map settings.

    Tomorrow I'm going to RMS in the morning to install the DP's I couldn't wait any longer LOL. A big thanks to @THATDONFC for hooking me up on fitting me in their tight schedule. I'll have an update on what I'll be doing after that.

    I spoke with Terry and he's going to help me with the BB flash and show me how it works. I'll be using 91 with that for now until my BT cable comes through...
    It's a like a big friendly modding family going on here.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    It's a like a big friendly modding family going on here.
    $#@! yea brotha. All cause of my homies in Bimmerboost! Going to get my cable today. I'm going to be calling you later today @alpinedevil335 to do the BB flash etc. Terry did it for me first time so this time I might need some help. I still don't know which ecu id thing I have.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by fastgti69 Click here to enlarge
    $#@! yea brotha. All cause of my homies in Bimmerboost! Going to get my cable today. I'm going to be calling you later today @alpinedevil335 to do the BB flash etc. Terry did it for me first time so this time I might need some help. I still don't know which ecu id thing I have.
    Sounds good.. If you want you can swing by the shop again and we can do it there with our charger.
    The ECU ID will pop up in the software interface when we plug in your car.

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