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Default Manual 135i Runs a 10 Second 1/4 Mile Pass @ 136mph! - 06-27-2019, 09:43 AM

I finally made it to the 10 second club! One of four(?) N54-powered vehicles in the 10's with a manual transmission.

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Stock differential
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JB4 map 7 (28psi)
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Precision Raceworks stage 3+ LPFP
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2560 DA - Log attached

If you want to watch the whole process and how I eventually ran the 10 sec pass, watch the video below. Otherwise if you just care about the results, slip is below



Gonna work on chopping that 60ft down and improve shifts to knock it down even further.



Dragy slip from the same run:







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Default 06-27-2019, 10:33 AM

Awesome man! That's not an easy feat. Congrats on the numbers, truly impressive.


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Default 06-27-2019, 10:57 AM

Very nice and beautiful ride!


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Default 06-27-2019, 11:20 AM

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Awesome man! That's not an easy feat. Congrats on the numbers, truly impressive.
Thanks Payam!

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Very nice and beautiful ride!
Thank you!


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Default 06-27-2019, 11:22 AM

Did you use boost by gear in the jb4? Love your videos.
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Default 06-27-2019, 01:27 PM

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Did you use boost by gear in the jb4? Love your videos.
Nope, but I will note that this turbo doesn't hit full boost until 3rd gear. Targeting 28psi, it was only able to hit 22psi in 1st gear and 24psi in 2nd gear. Thanks for watching!


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Default 06-28-2019, 05:31 AM

Congrats! Welcome to the 10 second club. I am really surprised you are on stock axles now that is a feat, I would have figured the axles would have gone by now.

Congrats again I know the trek to the 10s are not easy and people just think throw upgraded turbos in and have FBO mods and your there but they forget the fine details of fueling, Drag radials, upgraded axles in my case, dialing in tuning and the constant upkeep that a car pumping 700 plus horses require to keep the gremlins away.

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Default 06-28-2019, 08:54 AM

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Congrats! Welcome to the 10 second club. I am really surprised you are on stock axles now that is a feat, I would have figured the axles would have gone by now.

Congrats again I know the trek to the 10s are not easy and people just think throw upgraded turbos in and have FBO mods and your there but they forget the fine details of fueling, Drag radials, upgraded axles in my case, dialing in tuning and the constant upkeep that a car pumping 700 plus horses require to keep the gremlins away.

Keep it up and I love your channel.
Thanks man! I've already sheared two axles, but just replaced them with $60 junkyard OEM units.

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Default 06-28-2019, 09:25 AM

Epic!

Side topic;
Your Docrace intake manifold is of an interesting design.
Did they provide any documentation on air flow, pressure or vacuum at the different points?


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Default 06-28-2019, 10:00 AM

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Epic!

Side topic;
Your Docrace intake manifold is of an interesting design.
Did they provide any documentation on air flow, pressure or vacuum at the different points?
I'm not too sure, check out their website or look up the production threads on some forums.


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Default 06-28-2019, 10:12 AM

This makes me want to get our white 135i MT back to the dragstrip!


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Default 06-28-2019, 10:59 AM

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This makes me want to get our white 135i MT back to the dragstrip!

She is a crazy beast!
Let Payam know if you are turning up the boost him


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Default 06-28-2019, 03:57 PM

Jake this log is with that clutch slippage device?
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Default 06-28-2019, 07:37 PM

Good job on the 10 second pass.

What tires and size are you using?
What tire pressure?
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Default 06-30-2019, 07:06 PM

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Jake this log is with that clutch slippage device?
No - it's not. Why?

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Good job on the 10 second pass.

What tires and size are you using?
What tire pressure?
Thanks! I am running 275/40/17 Mickey Thompson ET Street R tires at 16psi warm.


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Default 06-30-2019, 07:21 PM

Does the Xtreme Twin Disc clutch allow enough slip to take advantage of the clutch delay solenoid? I’m using a M-Factory Twin Disc and have thought about the clutch delay, but it seems to be a little too grabby.
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Default 07-01-2019, 01:21 AM

Sick car!!! I watch and love all your you tube videos.


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Does the Xtreme Twin Disc clutch allow enough slip to take advantage of the clutch delay solenoid? Iím using a M-Factory Twin Disc and have thought about the clutch delay, but it seems to be a little too grabby.
The clutch delay solenoid can go reallllllly slow, so I think so. But I couldn't get it to work right. When I dialed the slip to be very slow, it started to affect the clutch during shifting (when it was supposed to be OFF). I've heard it is because it's the MAP Performance device and not the true version from Magnus Motorsports.

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Default 07-09-2019, 04:33 PM

Love the vids Jake. Keep it up.

I definitely think that car can go sub 10.5!

When are you hitting the track again?
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Default 07-09-2019, 04:42 PM

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She is a crazy beast!
Let Payam know if you are turning up the boost him
I'm not good with 1/4 mile. I can't launch, I'm not good at pedal modulation.
Terry is very experienced with the 1/4 mile so he'll do that. I just do the 1/2 mile stuff cause he doesn't want to go 170mph+


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Default 07-09-2019, 05:35 PM

Congrats .... 139mph is amazing fast 30psi N54 is strong !
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Default 07-10-2019, 08:09 AM

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Love the vids Jake. Keep it up.

I definitely think that car can go sub 10.5!

When are you hitting the track again?
Thanks! I think I can get closer to 10.5 as well. I'd like to go back in the next month or so, but would be faster if I wait until the weather gets colder in September.

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Congrats .... 139mph is amazing fast 30psi N54 is strong !
Keep it up
Thanks! I see you on the Dragy boards and on Instagram. You've got the short track down for sure, which is what I need to work on.



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Default 07-18-2019, 11:55 PM

Nice. Congrats on 10s! Btw, I would love to know the specs on your drag wheels.
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Nice. Congrats on 10s! Btw, I would love to know the specs on your drag wheels.
Thanks! The rear wheels are OEM BMW Style 68s from the rear of an E46. They have 275/40/17 Mickey Thompson ET Street R tires on them.


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