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    ALso i cryo'd all the engine parts i could which was nearly 95% of the engine including the fly wheel, and clutch for 500 bucks seems to be a cheap extra insurance policy for my project.

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    ^ Did you put those posts in the wrong thread?

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by jacobs323i Click here to enlarge
    ALso i cryo'd all the engine parts i could which was nearly 95% of the engine including the fly wheel, and clutch for 500 bucks seems to be a cheap extra insurance policy for my project.
    Who does cryo treating?
    Is it reasonably priced?
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by milkt Click here to enlarge
    Who does cryo treating?
    Is it reasonably priced?
    Hey Milkt i do not know where you live but i am in MN, and the company i had do it is in MN. Their name is Diversified cryogenics google them. I would say 500 is a pretty good deal!

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by jacobs323i Click here to enlarge
    Brittle or not it is proven that aluminum does benefit from cryo treating. It has to be done right, it is very different to cryo steel let's say then aluminum. Meaning the process they use i.e. how hot they heat it up to get rid of heat pockets, then how slowly or quickly they bring it back to room temp, also how cold and how long the metals are in the machine, or even at what time amount do they bring back the temp from freezing. Like aluminum comes back from freezing a degree every hour, while they said that is diff. for steel. Also i would agree with you on how the risks out weighed the benefits when this technology was in its infancy, but now they have it down to a science! Or so they say, i guess only time will tell, and i do not disagree with you sir i am just hoping they are right and you are wrong lol!
    ah ah. I hear you. Im not saying im completely right. Ive witnessed the spectacular tranny failures, but thos stresses are a bit different than motors.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by rt turbo Click here to enlarge
    ah ah. I hear you. Im not saying im completely right. Ive witnessed the spectacular tranny failures, but thos stresses are a bit different than motors.
    RT you have a pretty beast set up on that e36! What was your dyno? Meth? Also what kind of Pistons and rods?

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by jacobs323i Click here to enlarge
    RT you have a pretty beast set up on that e36! What was your dyno? Meth? Also what kind of Pistons and rods?
    It would be great if he created a new thread to discuss his car especially considering his goals. I would like to learn about it as well.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by jacobs323i Click here to enlarge
    RT you have a pretty beast set up on that e36! What was your dyno? Meth? Also what kind of Pistons and rods?
    supertech pistons, eagle rods. It made 384 on the last setup on 11 psi, but low compression in 2 cylinders and 328 cams. The shop that assembled the first motor forgot to install the oil squirters, so I had to pull it back apart. Im just now in the process of reassembly (by myself this time). I made many changes, and now am going to run e85 and hoping for a gt35r record for bmws.
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    Goal to be the first GT35r E36 to: 30 psi, 140+ mph, < 6 second 60-130

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    It would be great if he created a new thread to discuss his car especially considering his goals. I would like to learn about it as well.
    i will once the motor is together. your right, I dont want to ge ot on the op.
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    Goal to be the first GT35r E36 to: 30 psi, 140+ mph, < 6 second 60-130

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by rt turbo Click here to enlarge
    supertech pistons, eagle rods. It made 384 on the last setup on 11 psi, but low compression in 2 cylinders and 328 cams. The shop that assembled the first motor forgot to install the oil squirters, so I had to pull it back apart. Im just now in the process of reassembly (by myself this time). I made many changes, and now am going to run e85 and hoping for a gt35r record for bmws.
    Sounds sick gl!

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by rt turbo Click here to enlarge
    i will once the motor is together. your right, I dont want to ge ot on the op.
    Cool and yep, that is what I was thinking Click here to enlarge

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    450whp makes for an awesome sleeper in a 323i.
    This is my signature... Click here to enlarge

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by BadBoostedBmwM3 Click here to enlarge
    450whp makes for an awesome sleeper in a 323i.
    Very true, probably has made some people scratch their heads.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    Very true, probably has made some people scratch their heads.

    LOL i was going for oh damn my m3 just got embarrassed by a 323i! lol

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    new news in regards to my project i have opted not to install the aquamist but instead run e85! Nothing against aquamist they have a awesome kit! Hands down if i ever have meth injection on a car i would only run the aquamist kit!

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    nice sleeper jacob. that lil 323 is no joke!

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    It sure is
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    thanks guys i really appreciate the support!

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by jacobs323i Click here to enlarge
    new news in regards to my project i have opted not to install the aquamist but instead run e85! Nothing against aquamist they have a awesome kit! Hands down if i ever have meth injection on a car i would only run the aquamist kit!
    How are you going about this? What changes need to be made to accommodate the E85 (injectors, etc) ? Would like more details on this.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    How are you going about this? What changes need to be made to accommodate the E85 (injectors, etc) ? Would like more details on this.
    Hey Sticky i had to swap out my current rc 660 injectors if anyone knows someone looking for a set only 3000 miles $250 shipped! And had to replace them with supra 1100 cc injectors from fuel injector clinic they also fabbed me a fuel rail that could handle the extra 30% flow needed for the e85. I also upgraded the fuel pump to a Deutsch 300 lph pump with a custom inline filter to allow better flow, all lines were replaced with steel -6 lines and an fittings. The fuel system is -6 all the way from the modified pickup in tank, with custom fuel pump sleeve and hanger to fuel rail. Any other questions Sticky?

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by jacobs323i Click here to enlarge
    Any other questions Sticky?
    Yes, when do we get pics, dynos, and impressions of the E85 setup?

    You should list your injectors up for sale btw...

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    I will post them for sale thanks for the heads up sticky! Also in regards to pics, dynos, and impressions i will do all that and post some videos as soon as it is tuned by Apex in April! Good things come to those who wait Click here to enlarge

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    Why'd you use the Supra ones? We prefer ID1000's; they are linear to really small pulse widths and work exceptionally. I have 500hp Suzuki Hayabusas that drive on the street and idle at .95 lambda on these things.

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    Who is tuning with the E85? I thought you were running on stock DME tune?

    Im looking into going E85 soon too. I worry about those Deutch works pumps though. Their fuel injectors were laughably pathetic pieces of crap. Im going with twin intank 044's.
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    Progress Jacob?

    and
    what is the purpose/goal of this car.
    I have seen you asking about fuels and such?

    Dedicated race car?
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