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Terry what type of fluid are you going to go with?
I had redline in it before and going to stay with the same brand.


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Our 135i was dropped off at FFTEC this morning for top mount treatment.
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I am doing the 5862 bottom mount. It has all the hardware at a real good price.
Are all the flash and map files for the 5862 in the OP? I have seen where you were going to add some things but the only link I see is the solenoid hex file.


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Nice! The single turbo flash files are different. I've added them to the first post.


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Nice! The single turbo flash files are different. I've added them to the first post.
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As I was reading this. Did you get rid of the 6466? you mentioned it but I did not see if you committed to it or not. email me if you have not and still want too


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Default 04-08-2014, 05:50 PM

The 6466 kit is installed on our E92 manual trans car. It's been waiting the last few months for FFTEC to build its motor. Hopefully it comes together sooner than later.


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Nice! The single turbo flash files are different. I've added them to the first post.
Are theses flashes for a light e85 mixture? Or is it something I should use regaurdless
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ill be home this weekend yay..

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Are theses flashes for a light e85 mixture? Or is it something I should use regaurdless
You can use a light E85 mix as long as boost isn't too high. You'll have to monitor your fuel pressure situation and go from there.


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We've got the FFTEC 5858 bottom mount kit up and running on Ando's 335. Just did a quick spool test to see where it's at. Looks like it gets close to full target at around 3500rpm. A bit slower than the twin scroll 5862 we're using on the 135i but still much better than the 6466 on our E92!

Should have it on the dyno later this week. Going to tune it for 20psi to keep the automatic trans safe until we know how the level10 build pans out on our 135.
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We've got the FFTEC 5858 bottom mount kit up and running on Ando's 335. Just did a quick spool test to see where it's at. Looks like it gets close to full target at around 3500rpm. A bit slower than the twin scroll 5862 we're using on the 135i but still much better than the 6466 on our E92!

Should have it on the dyno later this week. Going to tune it for 20psi to keep the automatic trans safe until we know how the level10 build pans out on our 135.
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is that spool difference due to the efficiency of the top mount vs the bottom? Would a top mount 5858 spool faster than a TM5862?


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Default 04-13-2014, 02:13 PM

The top mount kit on the 135i is a twin scroll setup. So I think the spool difference is a result of that. The 58 bottom mount kit is no slouch and is a little cheaper and easier to install. But for my money the top mount TS kit is probably worth the extra cost.


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Default 04-13-2014, 02:18 PM

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The top mount kit on the 135i is a twin scroll setup. So I think the spool difference is a result of that. The 58 bottom mount kit is no slouch and is a little cheaper and easier to install. But for my money the top mount TS kit is probably worth the extra cost.
Cost of the bottom mount drove my decision. OK, the cost of the rebuild is is driving the whole project right now. The 5862, do you think 26-28 psi is max?


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Default 04-13-2014, 02:19 PM

The boost is more a function of fueling. Without meth using say race gas only I think 25psi is close to the max. With meth 26-28psi should be doable in a "very aggressive" setup.


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how do you think a pte 6262 cea bb turbo would work on your twin scroll top mount setup?
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No idea on that. Check with FFTEC on hardware ideas IMHO.


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how do you think a pte 6262 cea bb turbo would work on your twin scroll top mount setup?
As Terry says, Anthony at FFtec will work through all your ideas. They have seen lots of what does and does not work.


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We've got the FFTEC 5858 bottom mount kit up and running on Ando's 335. Just did a quick spool test to see where it's at. Looks like it gets close to full target at around 3500rpm. A bit slower than the twin scroll 5862 we're using on the 135i but still much better than the 6466 on our E92!

Should have it on the dyno later this week. Going to tune it for 20psi to keep the automatic trans safe until we know how the level10 build pans out on our 135.
I want you to drive my car around and tell me how you feel with the response and low end torque. The dyno results and logs are showing fantastic response and nice low end torque.


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I want you to drive my car around and tell me how you feel with the response and low end torque. The dyno results and logs are showing fantastic response and nice low end torque.
I'll drive it around a bit at shift sector to get a feel for the spool.


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how do you think a pte 6262 cea bb turbo would work on your twin scroll top mount setup?
I'll let you know shortly. I went with the twinscroll 6266 Gen 2 1.0 a/r...I'm hoping for spool ~3.8k....we'll see though soon enough.


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I'll drive it around a bit at shift sector to get a feel for the spool.
Ill be there Sunday only


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Ah, well next time then!


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can someone tell how to power up the mac boost solenoid where to connect the wire ,there r two wires from the stock solenoid which one should i connect with
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Just add some male contacts to it and shove them in where the OEM solenoid connected.


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Just add some male contacts to it and shove them in where the OEM solenoid connected.
so ill tie the two wires then add the same oem male connector?
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connect the orange wires together and the white then connct each one to the black wires of the solenoid??
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