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Default New worlds fastest n55! :) - 10-29-2011, 11:12 AM

Hey guys,

Hit up Famoso with Hotrod today and decided to take a few runs with our n55. Best of the day was 12.055 @ 117.20 and also ran a best MPH of 12.094@117.81.

The car is our 2011 135i, DCT, JB4 (N55 Stage2), BMS DP, BMS Charge Pipe, and our WW Meth Kit (70/30 mix), and for good measure I added a few gallons of 100 octane to my pump 91. Also did the 150# driver mod (removed passenger seat). The runs above were on my daily driver 245/45 Nitto 555Rs. I put the Hoosiers on for a couple runs but didn't go any faster.

Boost was about as high as it would go at 17-18psi tapering to 15psi at 5900rpm where I was shifting. Overall the transmission held up OK but consistently slipped a bit. Launching was a headache as always. If only I could get a measely 1.8 60' out of the thing it would be in the 11s. But for now happy to have the n55 record back in our camp.

Hotrod was running today and I think he also set a record.
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Default 10-29-2011, 11:38 AM

congrats...i know you can make it happen...


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Default 10-29-2011, 12:04 PM

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Hey guys,

At Famoso today hanging out and decided to do a few runs with our n55. Best so far is 12.06@116.5. So close! Will keep trying for 11s.

Mods are the JB4, DP, and WW meth.


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Default 10-29-2011, 12:22 PM

Another 12.0 at 117.8. So worlds quickest and fastest now. But trans just won't let me run an 11.


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Default 10-29-2011, 12:29 PM

Pretty sweet T, nice trap speed indeed. You need to code a better launch function for the DCT.


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Default 10-29-2011, 12:46 PM

With those traps you are in 11 second territory for sure.




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Default 10-29-2011, 03:25 PM

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Another 12.0 at 117.8. So worlds quickest and fastest now. But trans just won't let me run an 11.
Slip?


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Default 10-29-2011, 04:18 PM

Nice Terry!

How is your car set up?
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Default 10-29-2011, 05:03 PM

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Another 12.0 at 117.8. So worlds quickest and fastest now. But trans just won't let me run an 11.
Terry
Wow, that's so close. Big mph.
How was the track today?
Was the DA ok?
How did Hotrod do?
Damn, I wanted to go to this event but didn't wanna drive 500 miles in one day.
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Default 10-29-2011, 05:51 PM

Hey guys,

Thanks for the kind words. Just got back after the 2hr drive back. Put the slips and a log in the first post.


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Wow, that's so close. Big mph.
How was the track today?
Was the DA ok?
How did Hotrod do?
Damn, I wanted to go to this event but didn't wanna drive 500 miles in one day.
Overall traction was decent and weather not bad. Mostly high 60s low 70s. Famoso is always a bit slow but we had a good time.


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Default 10-29-2011, 06:40 PM

I've done a 1.78 60 foot. No reason you can't or even do better for that matter.

No LSD right so burnout with only one tire? No launch control I take it?


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Default 10-29-2011, 06:47 PM

Great job terry! Can you do a print screen of your "user adjustment"?
My settings change by themselves every time I connect and look at it.



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Default 10-29-2011, 06:53 PM

Map 3 with a +60 additive. The FFMAX setting is supposed to autotune itself. Others should not change unless you change them or select to reset all defaults. In which case they would change to the wrong settings as the interface doesn't have N55 defaults loaded. Just ensure your settings match the N55 Stage2 thread.


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Default 10-29-2011, 07:29 PM

I find my "auto shift damper" tends to drop to about 5.
Should bogfix be off for dct?
Did you limit boost in the first 2 gears in your run?



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I find my "auto shift damper" tends to drop to about 5.
Should bogfix be off for dct?
Did you limit boost in the first 2 gears in your run?
Auto shift damper won't change itself. If its 5, you have the wrong settings loaded. Reset it back to whatever is in the JPG posted. No boost limiting used. Bogfix is ignored regardless of setting for DCT and automatic transmissions. Make sure you have the latest interface as the old one would auto update settings post firmware update.


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Default 10-29-2011, 08:06 PM

Terry, congrats on the times!

I did not know the N55 ran such an aggressive timing curve.

I guess no plans to get the clutch pack upgrade on that N55? I know Shiv's approach was to drop boost like a manual between shifts to stop the slip on gear changes.


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Terry, congrats on the times!

I did not know the N55 ran such an aggressive timing curve.

I guess no plans to get the clutch pack upgrade on that N55? I know Shiv's approach was to drop boost like a manual between shifts to stop the slip on gear changes.
We do that on downshifts, but for up shifts dropping boost just slows you down too much. We could use the Stage2 CPS offsetting to pull advance down further during the shift but it would be counter productive. At the moment, since so few are running this aggressively, it's just a wait and see type thing.

No plans to upgrade the transmission though. I like to keep the development cars similar to how our customers will be using them for realistic testing. I really doubt many DCT owners will be upgrading it. At least not for another 2-3 years.


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I've done a 1.78 60 foot. No reason you can't or even do better for that matter.

No LSD right so burnout with only one tire? No launch control I take it?
No LSD, no burn out. Best times were with "launch control" on. If it had 500whp I think getting the 1.7s wouldn't be too hard. I could just let it bog and power it out. But at 370whp it just doesn't have the power to pull out of a bog. Maybe if I could adjust the launching RPM like M3s can.


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370whp and almost 11s, nice

Crazy nobody has hit 10s yet


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Congrats on the great times Terry!
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Congrats on the great times Terry!
Also curious to see what HotRod ran.
Well done Terry. Awesome time. It's motivating!!!!! Please finish with RHD harness then I'll set the new record..


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No LSD, no burn out. Best times were with "launch control" on. If it had 500whp I think getting the 1.7s wouldn't be too hard. I could just let it bog and power it out. But at 370whp it just doesn't have the power to pull out of a bog. Maybe if I could adjust the launching RPM like M3s can.
Did you move the cruise control stalk while in launch control mode? I don't know if you can adjust the RPM or not on the 135.


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Did you move the cruise control stalk while in launch control mode? I don't know if you can adjust the RPM or not on the 135.
On the 135i it's fixed at 3500rpm.


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