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AdminTeam created the thread We welcome HarveyFex.
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Today, 10:17 PM

johnnyblaze replied to the thread Quick update - YSI at 21 psi and C16.
" Sticky's car
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jk Sticky, hope to see your car in action.

INB4 BAN "

Today, 10:17 PM

TRES replied to the thread Warnings to 335is owners and possible others?.
" my car was also updated previously but i just reload my software with the my genius tool. I also have a custom flash for my car from tuning tech fs "

Today, 10:16 PM

nbrigdan replied to the thread Renntech BMW N54 Flash Tuning, 100+ wheel horsepower.
" @BuraQ Have you considered more aggressive tires than NT555s? I have found almost all Nittos don't grip that well compared to some alternatives, especially their drag tires aren't the best, but still decent. I would like to see some ETs with proper tires! "

Today, 10:15 PM

Cn555ic replied to the thread Alpina B3 Flash DIY using WinKFP.
" Just delete NFS folder and reload the software with Standard tool 2.12 and import the data again to Winkfp.. "

Today, 10:10 PM

TRES replied to the thread REVIEW: M3 suspension parts (sway bars, front lower wishbones + tension rods, rear subframe bushings, rear guide rods + wishbones / Alpina_B3_Lux.
" try ebay i got mine off ebay


Quote Originally Posted by Nugs View Post
Where is the best place tro buy these? Megan racing aren't answering my emails.
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Today, 10:08 PM

V8Bait replied to the thread Warnings to 335is owners and possible others?.
" I find it very unusual that your car is running well on E45 with catless pipes... and no codes... and Cobb is stumped.

This could be an interesting development, but I doubt it. "

Today, 10:06 PM

nbrigdan replied to the thread Possible HPFP upgrade for the N54 and N55?!!.
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Quote Originally Posted by VargasTurboTech View Post
More manufactures are going to a cam driven pump???? Huh? EVERY manufacture that wants to do Direct Injection uses a cam driven pump, except some of the diesel stuff and course the N54/5. Why? Well because they work better, they are more reliable, they are a LOT cheaper to produce, they flow more fuel, the list goes on and on. We are dealing with the N54 here, and BMW's choice of going with some crazy chain driven HPFP to fuel the car. They have since gone with a cam driven pump even on the newer N55's, for all the reasons named above I am sure. But the amount of fuel required to run straight E85 at the power levels we want, will NOT be supplied by a single pump cam driven or not. That is a fact. If you do not believe me, take a look at the new M5's TWO cam driven High pressure pumps one for each bank.
I think your post could have been summed up a little easier:

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But on a side note don't hold it against me, I am not a super technical guy, I have limited experience with N54s, older VW 2.0Ts and then am much better with small blocks. "

Today, 10:05 PM

AdminTeam created the thread NOOOOB: BVandiver.
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Today, 10:05 PM

mjmarovi replied to the thread Useful suspension links.
" Great stuff! I was thinking KW or BC Racing before this thread...now I'll still be looking at KW, but Ohlins and Bilstein as well. I will say I have some Bilstein adjustable shocks on my truck and they made such a huge improvement! "

Today, 10:00 PM

Sticky2 replied to the thread Useful suspension links.
" Bumping this "

Today, 09:59 PM

Cn555ic replied to the thread Help car will not start back up..
" Try to disconnect the battery for like 15 minutes...Take the negative terminal off and place a towel underneath... "

Today, 09:59 PM

Sticky2 replied to the thread Quick update - YSI at 21 psi and C16.
" Well too late I got the v3s no big deal.

The lockdown kit is not on the car yet I don't know if it will make a big difference or not. "

Today, 09:56 PM

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Today, 09:48 PM

R.G. replied to the thread Quick update - YSI at 21 psi and C16.
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Quote Originally Posted by Sticky View Post
I guess I'll go with the KW's. Going to see how much they are.

The basic ones are all I need?

The basic ones are all you need.


http://www.bimmerboost.com/showthrea...spension-links "

Today, 09:46 PM

135pats replied to the thread Quick update - YSI at 21 psi and C16.
" Star Specs "

Today, 09:44 PM

Terry@BMS replied to the thread Article: BMS E82 135i FFTEC N54 Single Turbo Kit Dyno Testing - 585 wheel horsepower.
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Quote Originally Posted by fastgti69 View Post
Wish I was racing Saturday. Next event you should be a sponsor Terry, we will bring the whole gang with a lot of power!
It's a great event but sponsorship is too much work. I'd rather just show up when I feel like getting there, help customers who happen to be there racing, and have fun testing our cars out. "

Today, 09:28 PM

mjmarovi replied to the thread Quick update - YSI at 21 psi and C16.
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Quote Originally Posted by godmachine View Post
If you do a quick burnout with the kdw tires or heat them up they stick really good. You try to dry stomp them before that and prepare for a hell of a ride with any kind of real power.
Good to know on the bfg. My main concern with them is how they would fair in rain
Quote Originally Posted by SSO95 View Post
michelin pss at that point to be honest, then again idk your criteria for a "high performance daily" tire would be so maybe one of your options could be better.
Honestly I think PSS are just overpriced. I'd rather save and get the info. I'm really looking for the most aggressive tire that can hold up in wet weather better than drag radials. I was looking at the toyo r888 but I don't think they'll be good enough in rain. "

Today, 09:28 PM