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masterstone07 08-19-2020 04:53 PM

500hp package
 
Hey everyone,

I've pieced together the Burger Tuning package over the course of this sunny season. I just received the last few parts to complete the "500 hp package". These parts are the fuel it stage 1 LPFP upgrade, and the 2 step colder plugs.

I'm wondering if, once I install these, I need to do anything specific in the mobile app, or with my flash, or if it will magically run better faster and stronger?


Currently running:

2011 335is DCT

JB4 tuner, up to date firmware, JB4 BEF -> MHD BEF PUMP
Burger Tuning Inlets
Burger Tuning catch can (fresh walnut blast as well)
VRSF Charge pipe & Tial BOV
VRSF 5" stepped FMIC
New OEM level ignition coils (less than 5,000km)


I have not changed down p i p e s yet, as far as I understand the 335is has high flow cats already installed compared to the 335i. If any clarity can be provided that would assist my build, that would be great.


Thanks for any input.

Terry @ BMS 08-19-2020 05:28 PM

It sounds like you have the bases covered, running E85 mixture I presume? First step will always be to post up some JB4 logs so we can evaluate it!

masterstone07 08-19-2020 07:28 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Terry @ BMS (Post )
It sounds like you have the bases covered, running E85 mixture I presume? First step will always be to post up some JB4 logs so we can evaluate it!

I hadnít really planned to. Up north here I can 94 octane at chevron and plan to just run that exclusively.

I also havenít done a ton of research into e85, I donít want to stress the car out too much, not sure if it will, it still has relatively low KM and I want to keep it for a while.

Dave @ BMS/Fuel-It! 08-21-2020 05:45 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by masterstone07 (Post )
I hadnít really planned to. Up north here I can 94 octane at chevron and plan to just run that exclusively.

I also havenít done a ton of research into e85, I donít want to stress the car out too much, not sure if it will, it still has relatively low KM and I want to keep it for a while.

Plenty of guys have been using e85 mixes for probably close to 11+ years.

Iíd consider it, or look into something like methanol


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