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    Doc Race 6266 Dyno 703whp 686wtq Pump+Meth

    Helped a buddy dial in his Doc Race 6266

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    Car made a healthy 703whp and 686wtq at 30psi. No ethanol single turbo world record? Click here to enlarge
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    log plz

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    Not bad, we did 713 whp @29 psi on a ACF 6266 with E20 and Twin Cm10. We had to put in some ethanol to make up for cali 91 or else numbers are identical!
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    Haven't a few cars without ethanol made more than this?
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Payam@BMS Click here to enlarge
    Not bad, we did 713 whp @29 psi on a ACF 6266 with E20 and Twin Cm10. We had to put in some ethanol to make up for cali 91 or else numbers are identical!
    I saw that! I would’ve pushed it more but I started to see timing drops and I figured it wasn’t getting enough octane with the cm7 so we stopped. Either way you used ethanol so you won’t be getting a No Ethanol sticker from me bud lol

    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    Haven't a few cars without ethanol made more than this?
    I couldn’t find anything online. Seems everyone is on E

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    94 octane? Never seen that at a pump Click here to enlarge

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by triggz Click here to enlarge
    I couldn’t find anything online. Seems everyone is on E
    Well I wanted to put this up on the front page but make sure first that this is the highest one without E.

    Anyone else?
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    Strongest N54 without Ethanol? Doc Race single turbo Precision 6266 kit hits 703 whp

    703 rear wheel horsepower is a ton of power and it makes for a very strong BMW N54 based E92 335i. BimmerBoost covered N54's with greater output than this but many of those ran Ethanol. This may be the first pump gas plus methanol N54 to cross that 700 wheel threshold.

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    Whether it is or it is not the forum will no doubt pinpoint in the comments but it is a hell of a 335i:

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    Doc Race 6266 Twin Scroll
    JB4 with a tweaked backend flash
    Dual CM7 BMS Meth Kit
    100% Meth
    Fuel-It Stage 2 lpfp
    94 Octane

    Now how about seeing what it can do off the dyno?
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    Nice!! Log I saw via email looked pretty good.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Payam@BMS Click here to enlarge
    Not bad, we did 713 whp @29 psi on a ACF 6266 with E20 and Twin Cm10. We had to put in some ethanol to make up for cali 91 or else numbers are identical!
    Payam.

    You see alot more dyno number and curves.

    Can't these 6266 come in harder around 3k

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    the injected methanol is serving the same purpose as ethanol though...

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Schurter Click here to enlarge
    Payam.

    You see alot more dyno number and curves.

    Can't these 6266 come in harder around 3k
    I've seen it at about 350wtq@3k on the ACF6266. This one is shy about 75wtq, not too bad.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by csu87 Click here to enlarge
    oh im aware moron.. my point proven again. thanX

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    Meh- Ive driven lots of Meth cars and the safeties just make it not fun to drive. Id much rather have the exact same power on e85/PI without the safety lag and methanol flow problems. Not really sure why people run e85 anymore unless they autocross for cooling purposes.

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