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  • AdminTeam's Avatar
    Today, 05:07 PM
    Welcome to a real enthusiast forum Kevinmac2049.
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  • Yamahar1's Avatar
    Today, 03:17 PM
    Yamahar1 replied to a thread N54: n54 e92 custom exhast in N54, N55, N52
    Yes soon I upload a video
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  • CobraMarty's Avatar
    Today, 01:54 PM
    Nice. So this is with stock head, stock valves, stock cams and upgraded valve springs. What was the boost on 91 octane/598whp and 'more boost' on 109 octane/712whp?
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  • Ssphil's Avatar
    Today, 01:16 PM
    Hey everyone, I just got back from the dyno and I am pretty happy with the results for now. I got 598whp from 91octane and meth, then I poured some MS109 race gas and turned up the boost and gave a few degrees of ignition advance and got 712whp from DI and meth. It is worth noting that I don't have port injection or any form of shotgun HPFP upgrade as of now, and it will probably be on the list for the next upgrade as my FPH was dropping and the trims and AFRs were rising. I am equally impressed how the power seems to hold above 7k and not drop like some other dyno sheets I've seen. I believe valve springs might have something to do there but this only makes me excited to see what this engine will be able to do with high lift cams. I have linked the dyno sheet and a video of my car in action.
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  • suspenceful's Avatar
    Today, 12:27 PM
    This week I changed the spark plugs and ignition coils and wanted to shed some light on the process. I filmed an in-depth video and wrote a guide to help others properly replace, gap and install their new plugs & coils. Ultimate N54 Spark Plug Guide: https://bmw335i.com/2019/05/22/bmw-n54-spark-plug-replacement-gap-guide/ My old plugs were gross and some of them were coated black. Smelled like fuel, so I'm guessing my index 7 injectors are leaking :( But anyways, I got Burger Motorsports' new spark plug kit which includes 2-step colder NGK spark plugs, a spark plug removal socket, a spark plug gapping tool and a feeler gauge. I also got some Bav Auto high performance ignition coils to try out. They seem great so far! I'm in love with the BMS spark plug gapper tool, wish I had it a long time ago. Can't wait to use it every time in the future for both my 335i and 135i. If you're curious how it works, I walk through the process in my video above. I even used my Dragy to get some real-life performance results before and after swapping the plugs & coils! I did a 0-60mph run before and the best result I could achieve was 5.71 seconds. After installing the upgraded parts, I went out for another run and was able to knock it down to 5.53 seconds! I guarantee if you watch the video or read my complete blog post, you'll learn something that you didn't know before. Either way, let me know what you think!
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  • suspenceful's Avatar
    Today, 11:59 AM
    Before I start heavily modifying my BMW 335i, I'm focusing on maintenance. This week I changed the spark plugs and ignition coils and wanted to shed some light on the process. I filmed an in-depth video and wrote a guide to help others properly replace, gap and install their new plugs & coils. As you begin to modify or maintain your BMW 135i, 335i or 535i, you must address the ignition system. Spark plugs and ignition coils are the achilles heel of the N54. These two parts are common sources of misfires if not taken care of. Not only is it important to replace them with upgraded pieces, but it’s crucial to install the spark plugs with the correct gap. Ultimate N54 Spark Plug Guide: https://bmw335i.com/2019/05/22/bmw-n54-spark-plug-replacement-gap-guide/ I even used my Dragy to get some real-life performance results before and after swapping the plugs & coils! I guarantee if you watch the video or read my complete blog post, you'll learn something that you didn't know before. I'm a fellow enthusiast, so please let me know what you think ;)
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  • CobraMarty's Avatar
    Today, 11:26 AM
    Valve lift For other aftermarket available N54 cams- N54 CAT 239/263 stock- 211* @ 0.020 9.7mm valve lift N54 CAT 267/266- 216* @ 0.020 10.0mm valve lift N54 CAT 274/270- 220* @ 0.020 10.25mm valve lift N54 CAT 282/274- 224* @ 0.020 10.50mm valve lift Schrick N54 264- ?degree* @ 0.020 low lift=10.5mm high lift=11.0mm Schrick N54 268- ?degree* @ 0.020
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  • subaru335i's Avatar
    Today, 11:02 AM
    Gold has tons of industrial uses and uses as jewelry. Bitcoin is pretty fucking useless. The way Bitcoin difficulty increases work, if the price dips around the time of a difficulty increase, the miners will stop mining and the hash rate will go way down so basically no transactions will be able to be processed. In this case if you try to sell your transaction will take forever and you could easily lose most of your value by the time you are finally able to sell. Not to mention the sketchy sketchy relationship with Tether which is a fucking ponzi scheme. Ethereum at least has some utility with Dapps but the future is uncertain for sure and is unfortunately very correlated to the price of Bitcoin so if BTC takes a dump ETH will be affected too. I still have a decent amount of ETH and ill keep holding but im not banking on or expecting anything great to happen.
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  • 1slow3.0h's Avatar
    Today, 09:26 AM
    "jUsT bUy MHd" Lmao. No honestly, I probably will end up doing that.. but it would be cool to see the BB app work first hand.
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  • CobraMarty's Avatar
    Today, 08:38 AM
    And should add 2* duration. Cam lift 0.230" x Rocker ratio 1.66 x 25.4mm/in stock - 0.230" x 1.66 x 25.4mm/in = 9.6977mm exhaust valve lift modified +0.19" cam lift - 0.249" x 1.66 x 25.4mm/in = 10.4988mm exhaust valve lift
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  • Brule's Avatar
    Today, 03:07 AM
    Just pay $79 for mhd.
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  • Sticky2's Avatar
    Today, 12:41 AM
    I like what you’re doing let’s see if we can get you flashed for free.
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  • F16HTON's Avatar
    Today, 12:33 AM
    By statute, the light must remain lit to provide adequate time to slow down to a stop once visualized. Reaction time, speed limit and road conditions all come into factor when programming the lights. It takes extensive traffic surveys to change the programming of an intersection, that is why Fremont's violation was such a big issue. Red light cameras are not even enforceable in the State of CA. If one pays the fine it is considered a voluntary admission of guilt and forfeit of bail. If one ignores the fine, the bill collectors will harass the shit out of you, but cannot launch any adverse actions.
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  • 1slow3.0h's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:24 PM
    I would say its probably one of the cheapest sold in 2019 that weren't just outright totaled or sketchy lol. Last one I purchased was $3900, and I felt like I did pretty good on it.. so $1800 tickles me to death!
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  • Sticky2's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:07 PM
    I don’t know how you got it that cheap but that’s awesome. Makes me want to pick one up just to give away as a promotion.
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  • Bmwcajun's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:12 PM
    The higher stall converter let us leave at higher rpm but didn't make a difference in our et. Still ran a 14.7 on straight motor. Lol still a fun project!
    51 replies | 1138 view(s)
  • Bmwcajun's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:07 PM
    <font color="#000000"><span style="font-family: -apple-system"> left lane...right lane was us messing around with nitrous in a pos 323i
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  • Bmwcajun's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:06 PM
    Got to take it to the drag strip. It was 90 and humid. First run was a 14.7... Not as fast as I had hoped. Then the outside temps started dropping. By the end of the night it was 80 and my times improved to a 14.5...I think I need a larger intercooler or a really cool night to pull a 13 second rn. Still fun to drive and great mpg.
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