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Default 07-03-2014, 08:49 PM

Terry you need to quit posting this stuff... your making me think seriously about going to the dealership and driving out with an M4

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Default 07-03-2014, 09:45 PM

Holly sh1t that thing must feel like a monster now congrats!


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Default 07-03-2014, 10:47 PM

Great results!!

So I'm curious how the DCT will withstand all this power increase. Apparently it's holding up well?
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Default 07-03-2014, 11:59 PM

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Great results!!

So I'm curious how the DCT will withstand all this power increase. Apparently it's holding up well?
Don't jinx it At the moment only thing that can stop this from being a great platform.


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Default 07-04-2014, 12:54 AM

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In other news, my car is slow all of a sudden
Amen!!! N54's need to watch out for any m3/4 they're literally sleepers.

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Great results!!

So I'm curious how the DCT will withstand all this power increase. Apparently it's holding up well?
I'm sure it will do fine, I believe it's the same thing as the M5/6 is. That's making more torque than the m3/4.


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Default 07-04-2014, 04:49 AM

Outstanding work Terry !


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Default 07-04-2014, 05:26 AM

Well done Terry! Car must be a pleasure to drive. Now for some V-box numbers


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Default 07-04-2014, 08:31 AM

Terry just sold the m5 last night so no need to look at firmware :p

I was wondering if there are any test mule options for us new m4 owners :p just got mine today and above 70 its nothing like the 63tu especially with stage 1 on it :p
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Default 07-04-2014, 08:37 AM

I know everyone wants to join in on testing. But we've got plenty of work to go on this front before we're ready for that. Hopefully in a couple weeks we can get people testing the lower boost maps.


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Default 07-04-2014, 08:51 AM

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Terry just sold the m5 last night so no need to look at firmware :p

I was wondering if there are any test mule options for us new m4 owners :p just got mine today and above 70 its nothing like the 63tu especially with stage 1 on it :p
Could you elaborate more about this?
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Default 07-04-2014, 08:54 AM

Terry has a deep rooted love for nos octane booster LOL


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Default 07-04-2014, 08:55 AM

I'm in no rush to go buy another car since I just got the 435, but in a year or so, an M4 and this tune are going to be hard to resist. Wow.


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Default 07-04-2014, 09:16 AM

Combined the dyno threads with a link in the first post to the E85 dyno results.

Did another round of VBOX testing on a private track this AM and managed 126mph on the E30 tune with room for improvement. Need to make some adjustments to the E50 tune and when those are working I'll time it as well.


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Default 07-04-2014, 09:47 AM

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Combined the dyno threads with a link in the first post to the E85 dyno results.

Did another round of VBOX testing on a private track this AM and managed 126mph on the E30 tune with room for improvement. Need to make some adjustments to the E50 tune and when those are working I'll time it as well.
Can you just dump full e85 and meth already and break 600whp. Or save that for the day we go together.


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Default 07-04-2014, 02:28 PM

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Can you just dump full e85 and meth already and break 600whp. Or save that for the day we go together.
On E30 things go smoothly at 500rw. With E50 trying to push 540rw there are a lot of headaches I'm trying to sort out. At the moment I think 550rw will be around the upper limit on power without changing any hard parts and that will probably require race gas instead of E85. Most likely the highest E85 mix we'll suggest will be E30.


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Default 07-04-2014, 02:54 PM

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On E30 things go smoothly at 500rw. With E50 trying to push 540rw there are a lot of headaches I'm trying to sort out. At the moment I think 550rw will be around the upper limit on power without changing any hard parts and that will probably require race gas instead of E85. Most likely the highest E85 mix we'll suggest will be E30.
Not sure if you are ready to share but are you seeing low pressure fuel delivery issues with E50 like we commonly see on the N54 platform? Or at the limits of fuel scalar? You can always try splitting the difference and give E40 a go Thanks for the updates!


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Fuel pressure seems OK. Just fuel trim limitations within the DME. It has an interesting new behavior too. When trims max out instead of going very lean it actually goes very rich, like 10:1, and starts misfiring.


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Default 07-04-2014, 07:57 PM

Damn. This car is making power. Excellent work Terry. Do you think the N55 with bigger turbo at these boost levels would make similar power? What's so potent about this S55 compared to our current N55 (Is it ///M, Magic??)


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Damn. This car is making power. Excellent work Terry. Do you think the N55 with bigger turbo at these boost levels would make similar power? What's so potent about this S55 compared to our current N55 (Is it ///M, Magic??)
Our N55 makes around 470whp with 20psi on a Vargas turbo. It won't support these 25psi+ boost levels. But N54s with the same boost levels make a lot more power than that! For example at 27psi our single turbo 135i makes 620whp. But for a factory car I can't complain.


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^^^^^^^ Curious about this also......damn I want a m3 now smh, but ima ride the n55 train for now ��
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Default 07-05-2014, 12:06 PM

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Our N55 makes around 470whp with 20psi on a Vargas turbo. It won't support these 25psi+ boost levels. But N54s with the same boost levels make a lot more power than that! For example at 27psi our single turbo 135i makes 620whp. But for a factory car I can't complain.
You are doing an amazing job. Keep us posted!

Did you end up seeing differences with the carbon filters removed?
How was traction with the E30 blend?

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I forgot I removed those filters. Didn't seem to do anything. Can't hurt I guess.

Traction is manageable on the E30 map. It's all around a pretty great setup.


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I forgot I removed those filters. Didn't seem to do anything. Can't hurt I guess.

Traction is manageable on the E30 map. It's all around a pretty great setup.
Good to hear. I'll be looking to put some wider tires on eventually (I'm sure the first set might not make it very long), but I'm very glad to hear that it isn't too much. I wonder how track performance will turn out at those levels. I'm stoked.
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Sorry if its been covered before, but any chance the exhaust is restrictive enough to be losing Hp, especially at the PSI your running, or even at stock?
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Sorry if its been covered before, but any chance the exhaust is restrictive enough to be losing Hp, especially at the PSI your running, or even at stock?
I know this is for Terry to answer, but if you simply look at the design of it and take into account that cats always restrict flow, I'm sure there is enough hp loss to validate a DP purchase.
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