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  • BlackJetE90OC's Avatar
    10-30-2015, 11:05 PM
    ATS-V (Manual) - Tune, Downpipes vs F80 M3 (DCT) - JB4
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    11-16-2015, 12:25 PM
    Weistec was not kidding around regarding their M177/M178 turbo upgrade development when they said they started last year. Teaser photos were shared early this year and Weistec quietly and diligently worked on the upgrade. Well, here it is and they managed to deliver it before the end of 2015. That is impressive considering most tuners tend to deliver upgrades late (if at all), not early, and rarely on time. The Weistec W.3 turbo upgrade takes the M178 in the AMG GT S to 650 wheel horsepower and 557 lb-ft of wheel torque on 91 octane pump gas. It is important to note these are pump gas figures as there is obviously more in the turbos. Keep in mind this is also on the stock transmission. The car also features Weistec's supplemental bolt on modifications. Now this turbo upgrade system is employed on the M178 in the AMG GT S and Weistec's car at SEMA earlier this month already had this turbo upgrade on it. This upgrade will of course also be available for the M177 in the W205 C63 AMG and S models. As the transmission is an MCT and not DCT it will be interesting to see if the C63 makes more torque with this upgrade. The power curve features spool like the stock turbos just with more torque everywhere. The upgrade is even a bolt on affair maintaining stock like appearance. AMG GT or C63 sleeper anyone? At $12,499.99 it certainly is not cheap but considering this is an application that has undergone significant testing and is essentially OEM level in development using the factory oil and coolant lines it is well worth the money. We can not wait to see what it does on the track and how much further Weistec will push the M178. Transmission upgrades are no doubt up next to handle even more torque on race gas. KEY FEATURES: Up to 650 Wheel Horsepower with supporting upgrades 5 Axis CNC Machined High RPM Balanced for perfection operation Substantial gains in peak HP and top end Rev Limit for AMG GT / GTS increased to 7500 RPM Stock Appearance when installed 100% Bolt on installation ECU Calibration included All necessary hardware and gaskets are included ** Coming Soon for W205 C63 and C63S
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  • kienvu14's Avatar
    11-23-2015, 12:13 AM
    Hey guys, i just want to start of with how horrible of an experience this has been. I chose VTT back in October 2014 because he wasn't so well known at the point and i figured that since he was putting out all these turbos that he would be great to work with. Little did i know that i would be going through two sets of turbos 13 months later....:facepalm Here goes from the beginning. October 2014 - FBO N54, 84k miles driving strong. OEM turbos give out. October 2014 - Turbos arrive on time and installed. Pull strong for almost a year straight and 11k miles. September 14 2015. One day, BOOM. Compressor wheel chipped and now is all bent up. HORRIBLE shaft play. Uninstall, send to Tony. Promised 2 week turn around time for Stage 2 rebuild OR option of Stage 2+ to compensate and was told 3 weeks. Well.... 3 weeks you say hmm? screw it, one week extra of down time for more power?! ill do it! September 18 2015 Turbos received. September 22,2015 Finally able to open turbo and confirm he received them. Opens them up and claims the turbos were deprived of oil.....but they worked for 11k miles and literally a year. My mechanic stated that he highly suggested a piston inside was installed incorrectly causing the compressor shaft to get funky and shear it self. This is where he says 3 weeks from this date is when i will get my Stage 2 + turbos. Remember that detail....Stage 2+ for 3 weeks.... September 24,2015 Email'd tony to confirm, Me:"We are still at a 3 week wait for the Stage 2+ upgrade right?" Tony: " Looking at the workload 3 weeks seems accurate. If anything changes i will let you know." SWEEET..... October 9, 2015 Emailed tony just to make sure we are still going on time. Tony : "We are getting these out to you next week. you have my word." October 15, 2015 Emailed again. he states "Im actually working on your turbo right now. These should be out by tomorrow".....the 16th right? nope.... October 16, 2015 - The day that they were promised to go out. Received email from tony. "I just wanted to make sure we were on the same page. i dont remember what we agreed upon. Did we agree stage 2 rebuild or stage 2+ upgrade? Let me know so i can get started, Just know that im low on stage 2+ housing and it will be a FEW MONTHS before i can get them to you. ." I told him i wanted stage 2+ still and you stated it would be 3 weeks not a FEW MONTHS.... October 19, 2015 Emailed received again. tony states " I understand what was said but i have a list of people waiting for their stage 2+ And it would be unfair for me to let you budge in line".... ok i under stand that but wouldnt that have been nice to know that 3 weeks ago? October 22,2015 I finally caved in and said screw this. i need my car back and if its so much easier just to get my regular ordered stage 2's then lets go. November 2, 2015 FINALLY received a email with shipping confirmation.....but we are already 7 weeks past the promise date... told me stage 2's would be 2 weeks.... nope that took 9 weeks. Told me stage 2+ would be 3 weeks...nope now that would be a few months. November 22,2015 300 miles later, Bank 1 turbo is now leaking oil. Contacted Tony stating how tired i am of this, i want a full refund of this since this is going now be my THIRD turbo from him...... contacts me back and here is his reply word for word. I can attached screen shots if you dont believe me. " Kien, Honestly while i am bummed you you have another issue. Im going to say its something going on with your car. What i have no idea. We are not RB, we do not have machining issues, billet wheel problems, none of the above , any issues we had are WELL in the past. We build turbos that perform, and flat out last, period. I honestly cannot even recall the last set of stage 2's we had a report of smoking in the past year, except yours. So if your car is smoking again, its not the turbos, something else is going on. I would never blame something as silly as inlets, etc etc. I cannot say what is going on, but i can assure you its not the turbos, at this point, unless there was an install error etc, that caused oil starvation, or another issue such as something getting sucked into the turbo. With that said we cannot offer you full refund, we are not doing a recall, you an the exception, not the rule. If this was common place, then yes we would have to step up, and offer refunds, but it is not. I can offer you a 50% refund, minus Paypal fees, core, and shipping or another set. There are many questions that need to be answered, how often was the oil changed through its life, etc etc. My own personal car, had a chronic smoking problem, guess what when i swapped the motor out with the same turbos on it, the smoke went away. Same turbos, different motors, no smoke. Go figure. As far as the rattle, come on man. It has been gone over and over and over and over. THERE IS NO 100% RATTLE FIX. We put brand new robust parts on there, they eliminate 90% of peoples rattle, but if you have your tune set up so when gates are not closed the flapper sits just off the house, it WILL rattle period. All that needs to be done is adjust the WG position with the tune, and it goes way. Let me know what you want to do out of the teo options above. Tony" Alright..... well im not settling for 50% refund when these turbos are not performing as they should. i have contacted my credit card company and will be filing a dispute. Current car symptoms: - NO white smoke on cold start. - White bluish smoke when warmed up driving and coming to a stop. Idles and smoke comes out, when accelerating smoke comes out. - heavy burnt oil smell -turbo seal? took plastic trays off under car. Oil is seeping and dripping from turbo. No VCG leak, no PCV problems, No OFHG leaks.... Looked at bank 1 turbo, turned on car to idle and watched oil slowly seep from the bracket that holds the housing together.......not turbos you say tony? you either have a bad turbo seal here or a bad CHRA..... Oil is leaking from the bracket here in the yellow circle. You can see here, after wiping it down a little, the yellow circles show where the oil is coming out of. I have already confirmed that it is not coming out of the feed/return oil line. Most recent Log. Log before VTT stage 2 died. Please be cautious guys.... im now stuck with a broken car again and fighting to get a refund because i have already paid twice $1200 to uninstall and a THIRD time... If anyone can help me out some how please do.
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  • Lswhat's Avatar
    11-24-2015, 02:02 PM
    So... Ive been sitting here thinking, and I wanted to share one of the quickest and easiest ways to improve your 60' when drag racing. Its a pretty simple concept, and Definitely a DIY. hah. So here it is, One of the biggest drag racing mistakes people make right off the bat, is as simple as where they "Stage" their car. Staging, as in the two top yellow bulbs is the easiest and simplest way to improve your 60' and even as much as improving your top end mph. Staging is a series of 3 beams, pre stage, stage and guard beam. the guard beam is essentially usless to us as that is just to ensure your car isn't too low, or that you are trying to falsly trigger the top end beam. So the first beam, the prestage beam, when staging your car you want to take your time. typically I turn my top bulb on and let my fellow opponent do the same thing (Courtesy Staging) once both top bulbs on, my staging routine is fairly simple, and I do the same thing EVERYTIME. once both our cars are in the first beam I get on the converter on my car and SLOWLY bump the breaks so that I move less then an inch each bump, and I continue to do so @ 2000 rpms until the 2nd bulb (stage) is on, which is typically 7" at most tracks. and then get on my converter even harder, typically 2500-2800. But heres the catch... All of you people that blindly roll into the 2nd (stage) bulb have no idea where you are actually staging. In a perfect world you want to BARELY turn that 2nd bulb on therefore giving you 7" more of usable track, people may ask, "Why do I want to make the track longer?" and your answer is as simple as this... Your timer DOES not start until BOTH beams are fully connected again, meaning that your E.T. does not start ticking until you have moved approximately 7" So by this "shallow stage" method you will actually see higher mph, and lower 60' Your reaction time as well is recorded as soon as you technically recreate the beam, from the time the light turned green. in a perfect world you want to leave as soon as you see the last yellow light come on. I have been bracket racing for a number of years, and ill take my Camaro for example, that car does not react worth a damn. So typically I do my stage routine, but then give it 3 extra "bumps" decreasing the 7" to idealistically 4" which in return will improve my reaction time, but those 3 bumps cause my 60' to go from a 1.70 (when I shallow stage) to a 1.78 (deeper staging) and the overall E.T. will typically drop from a 11.85 @ 115mph (shallow stage) to a 11.98-12.00 @ 113.8 with a 1.78 (deeper stage) 60' You can even go as far as turning the top bulb completely off, which just means that the original "prestage" beam is back intact and your front tire is only breaking the stage beam. And I know a lot of you out there are thinking, this guy is full of shit, I dare you to try it next time you are at the track, try BARELY turning on the 2nd bulb one pass, and then the following pass deep stage and turn the top bulb completely off, I would bet you lose close to 2 tenths (.2) off of your total e.t. and at least 1-2 mph, provided you did everything the same as the pass before. I hope this helps someone!
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    11-12-2015, 05:28 AM
    SEMA is practically getting too big to cover. It takes multiple full days to even begin to capture the vast size of this show. It just keeps getting bigger and the 2015 edition was the biggest yet. It was also the best yet with a vast array of vehicles and parts to capture anyone's attention. Here is just a small taste of what you can find at the show: SEMA 2015 - Ford has the car of the show with new GT SEMA 2015 - Chevrolet Performance shows how it's done displaying engines, parts, race cars, trophies, etc. SEMA 2015 - Vorsteiner's stunning carbon fiber Novara Huracan widebody kit in a matte purple finish SEMA 2015 - Weistec brings their record setting AMG GT to the Optima Batteries booth SEMA 2015 - Procharger's C7 Z06 supercharger gets 1000 rwhp from the stock internal LT4 on 93 octane with a cam SEMA 2015 - Acura brings a gorgeous Nouvelle Blue Pearl 2017 NSX with carbon accents SEMA 2015 - Why not swap in an LS V8 into an E46 M3 and throw in a Vortech supercharger on top? SEMA 2015 - Dodge shows off their record setting Gen V Viper ACR and does not even bother to wash it SEMA 2015 - LB (Liberty Walk) Performance widebody Audi R8 SEMA 2015 - Hellion Power Systems debuts their C7 Corvette 1000+ hp capable Precision based LT1 turbo kit SEMA 2015 - Bulletproof Automotive ditches the folding hardtop and windshield for a very unique E89 Z4 Next year the BoostAddict Network plans to dedicate a day per hall to get far more in depth and comprehensive coverage. This means more time in Las Vegas but it is a sacrifice we are willing to make. Enjoy the rest of the photos below that did not necessarily fit into their own category or article: #SEMA2015
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  • hworang00's Avatar
    11-18-2015, 08:55 PM
    I'm used to finding great vendors and having great service from people here on the forums. In that vein, I'd like to give a shout out to fastgti69, for his great help and up to date responses on my order. I talked with him about some parts for my S55, he gave me an accurate deadline, notified me about each step, and was very helpful with everything. Hard to find that kind of service now. Have to say one of the best experiences I've ever had buying something from a forum. I didn't even have to order online, I told him what I wanted, he told me when they'd be in stock, sent me an invoice, and he emailed me telling me they'd ship tomorrow. Great contact! :)
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  • bmwsport's Avatar
    11-03-2015, 10:34 AM don't know. Sounds like an abnomolly. Maybe a special press vehicle given to Motortrend? They said it reliably ran in the 10s when fully charged. one thing that I have learned is that the cars are limited by the battery not the motor.They only put out 550 horsepower or so on the current batteries.. When battery tech gets better these cars are only going to get quicker!
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  • Chris@Boost Concepts Inc's Avatar
    11-03-2015, 11:53 AM
    As title states, looking for clarity on the largest drag radial that will fit on the 07 335i coupe with stock suspension and factory 189 wheels. Will 275 or 285 /35-18 fit without issue? Thanks guys! Chris
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  • ///MPOSTER's Avatar
    11-17-2015, 10:17 PM
    When you feel like looking at some buns....drop them here.
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  • Unklejoe's Avatar
    11-24-2015, 02:17 PM
    Hello, I am working on an open source project and I figured it would be best to collaborate with as many people as possible. This project is for my N55 car, but I bet this will apply to other BMWs too (probably any BMW after 2008). The goal: Make my own progressive methanol injection controller. Purpose: Current meth controllers use different approaches for determining engine load. Some use straight boost (AEM), while others use a much more advanced approach of interpreting sensor values (Aquamist). However, all of these approaches are somewhat "inexact" in my opinion when you consider the goal, which is to inject a certain percentage of the total fuel amount at any given time. The Aquamist is probably the best (and likely more than precise enough for its purpose), but all of these kits still have the issue of installation complexity; I want to avoid tapping a bunch of wires under the hood. The purpose of this project is to create a meth controller that is both very precise and very simple to install. This is also partly driven by my curiosity. Approach: In short, I will obtain realtime engine fuel mass delivery rate data from the OBD interface and use this to drive an Aquamist fast acting valve (FAV). The 2011 E92 335i uses CANbus (500kbps) for OBD-II communications, and the car supports the UDS protocol. The fuel mass delivery rate will be requested using a standard UDS "get ID" (0x22) request. Then, once I have the fuel mass rate, I will convert it in to cc/min (taking in to account the specific gravity of gasoline). The result will be the TOTAL cc/min flow rate for the engine (which can sort of be converted to horsepower if you make some BSFC assumptions). I've created lookup tables (12 entries deep) for various fuel volume flow rates, which will allow for the mapping of the desired meth flow percentage (see MethService.h). The desired meth flow percentage (percentage of total fuel flow rate) will then be mapped to the required PWM duty cycle that the meth injector must be presented with to achieve said flow rate. There's more to it, but this is the general idea. I may update this post later with more details. Until then, see the code for details... Possible Issues: Conflicts with Cobb datalogger. Since there will essentially be two OBD devices on the port, this could cause conflicts. However, since this car uses CAN, it shouldn't be a problem. That's part of the beauty of CANbus. I do make use of the HW filters in the MCP2515 to try to reduce processing overhead for messages I don't care about, but those filters don't inspect deep enough into the message to select only fuel mass responses, so if the Cobb is using the same CAN ID, there could be issues. It all depends on how the Cobb obtains its data. Failure Modes. Special care must be taken to make sure that all possible failure modes result in NO INJECTION of meth. The Code: This project is open source and licenced under the LGPL. The LGPL was chosen because I don't want someone to simply take this code and incorporate it into their closed sorce project without giving proper recognition and support to the community. The LGPL essentially forces any changes to this code to be published openly and forces any closed source programs that make use of this code to provide a means to obtain the LGPL'd portions of the code and re-link to them. In other words, your closed source program CAN use my code, but it should be dynamically linked and you need to provide a copy of my code along with any changes you made to it. That being said, since this is the LGPL and not the GPL, feel free to incorporate this code in to your closed source project, but with restrictions. See the LGPL for more details. The Hardware: I am using a ruggedized version of the Arduino UNO for this project. It's basically the same as the regular Arduino but with a better power supply which can handle 3V-30V and is rated for extended temperatures. I am using the MCP2515 CAN controller with the corresponding transciever, both of which are part of the Jaycon CAN shield for Arduino. I am using the Arduino (OEM) 4 relay board to drive the meth pump and failsafe outputs. I am using the Arduino tinkerkit MOSFET board to drive the Aquamist FAV. This includes a flyback diode, which is nice. Progress I am able to query the fuel mass delivery rate from the ECU and can successfully interpret the values. This was done using some quick test code that I threw together just to prove the concept. Since then, I've been developing this "offline", so I don't know if the current code in the reposity works or not. The full code is basically complete, but I haven't tested it yet. I plan to drive around and log the PWM duty cycle and make sure things are sensible. Then, I will install the actual meth kit and tape the nozzle to the windshield to make sure things work as expected. Please review my code and let me know what you think. Feel free to contribute! Sorry if this post is "incomplete". The project can be found at:
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  • Pure Turbos's Avatar
    11-22-2015, 09:00 PM
    Another one from Brazil: N55 PURE Stg2 M135i vs "997 mk1 manual , EVT580 (remap/intake/full exhaust catless)"
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  • E90Ryan's Avatar
    11-05-2015, 12:32 PM
    Tires have less than five miles on them; shortly tracked and then removed. Considered running them myself but I'm choosing to run a different type of tire. Buyer is responsible for shipping costs and are not included in price. Any questions please feel free to ask. I know I don't have many posts here, I mainly use n54tech and sometimes E90P if that is of anyone's concern. $800 OBO
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    11-02-2015, 10:36 PM
    This is pretty damn impressive. Renntech recently launched their M133 ECU flash tune in the USA but they have been testing it for well over a year and it is available worldwide. This A45 AMG from the UK received the Renntech M133 tune and laid down impressive times on the drag strip. How does 11.90 @ 115.68 grab you? How about the consistency of six 11.9 passes? Impressive and consistent. With bolt ons, race gas, and more aggressive tuning we should be the M133 platform go deep into the 11's even on the stock turbo. The runs come as mentioned from the UK at Shakespeare County Raceway.
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  • ///MPOSTER's Avatar
    11-17-2015, 10:41 PM
    Some nice non nude but still not work safe fluffy pillows.
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  • DKM3's Avatar
    11-06-2015, 12:37 AM
    Hi guys, Just a feeler, but I'm contemplating selling my E92 M3. Below you'll find its details / specs. I can be reached via PM. (CL link - Price: $45,000 Summarized Specs: Year 2008.5 Model: M3 Coupe, E92 Color: Alpine White, Black, Carbon Fiber Leather Trim Engine: V8, 4.0 Liter with ESS VT2-625 Supercharger kit Transmission: M-DCT Suspension: EDC Mileage: ~94,000 Vin: WBSWD93588PY42994 Photos: Link for dropbox of interior: Link for dropbox of exterior: Mods: Aero: Vorsteiner (VRS) GTS7 front bumper Vorsteiner (VRS) GTS7 front bumper carbon fiber splitter - NEW Vorsteiner (VRS) double sided carbon fiber hood + OEM Hood Vorsteiner (VRS) GTS-V carbon fiber rear diffuser Platte Forme Carbon fiber side skirts BMW Performance Rear Lip Engine: ESS VT2-625 supercharger kit + with high flow tune + AFE intake + Original intake manifold APR connecting rod bearing replacement + service RPI mid pipe / test pipe (w/o cats) Agency Power cat back exhaust Interior: BMW V1 Alcantara DCT Performance Steering Wheel + OEM steering wheel & paddles Sonic MS DCT steel gunmetal paddles Custom Alcantara emergency brake boot Custom Alcantara center console and CIC controller trim w/ sunglass holder CIC Navigation Retrofit (US spec with HD Radio + Satellite Radio) Combox Retrofit (Streaming Bluetooth and media) Valentine-One hardwired LCI light control switch Rear fog light switch enabled LCI / CIC steering wheel controls ACS pedals (not installed) New floor mats Trunk floor mat Trunk cargo net Lighting: LED bulbs for angel eyes LCI Taillights Full Interior LED lights and doors Hyper-white High Beams Adaptive Lighting Exterior Trim: Black side vents / gills Black vinyl hood vents Black vinyl side mirrors Black vinyl door handle Carbon fiber eyebrows Tinted windows all around and windshield Wheels & Suspension: 19" Race GTS Breyton Satin Black Wheels 8.5" front, 9.5 rear 245 front, 295mm rear Continental DWS w/ mileage warranty and damage warranty Spacers EDC Strut replacement (original BMW OEM adaptive suspension) + Original EDC struts (original BMW OEM adaptive suspension) Ground control suspension kit w/ sway bars + H&R springs + OEM springs Programming: GTS spec DCT performance software Servo-Tronic tune Cold Start CANCELED Windows up & down on key hold (lock and unlock) Double flash with hard braking Double flash with hazard lights All four lights on for High Beams Corner light delete Gas warning at 1/8 instead of 1/4 tank Gong cancelation Startup Warning cancelation DVD-in-motion 2013 Maps update Misc: Added BMW OEM Alarm M3 license plate holders M3 Keychain Both keys and Owner's manuals Service locations history / history: Beverly Hills BMW Century West BMW AutoTalent Clean Carfax & no errors Detailed Factory Specs & Packages: Engine: V8, 4.0 Liter Transmission: M-DCT Automatic, 7-Spd Double Clutch w/DriveLogic Accessory Packages: Cold Weather Package Technology / M Package Premium Package Comfort Access Interior: Black Leather interior Black Leather Carbon fiber trim Seats: Heated Seats Dual Power Seats Leather Exterior Color: Alpine White Interior Color: Black & Carbon Leather Trim Roof and Glass: Carbon Fiber roof Lighting: Xenon Headlamps Braking and Traction: Hill Ascent Control Traction Control Dynamic Control ABS (4-Wheel) Comfort and Convenience: Keyless Entry (Comfort Access) Keyless Start Air Conditioning Power Windows Power Door Locks Cruise Control Steering: Power Steering Telescoping Wheel Entertainment and Instrumentation: AM/FM Stereo (HD Radio) MP3 (Multi Disc) Premium Sound Sirius Satellite Navigation System DVD System Bluetooth Wireless BMW Assist Safety and Security Dual Air Bags Side Air Bags F&R Head Curtain Air Bags​
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  • marioflex's Avatar
    11-09-2015, 01:00 PM
    Hi, went to the drag strip last Thursday to test the car with the new Weistec v2 transmission and can't be happier with the results. A 9.7 @ 144 and a 9.8 at 143. Believe me, we can do much better but at the time we hit the 9 they notify that a roll cage is mandatory. A video is posted non YouTube under the title World's Fastest Mercedes Benz C63 AMG- From Puerto Rico
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  • TTFS's Avatar
    11-09-2015, 01:26 PM
    We had the opportunity to go again to SEMA this year. As all car enthusiasts know this is a real treat. We met with existing vendors/partners that we work with and made some new relationships to help continue to provide the latest and greatest products and services to our customers. We had a blast to say the least and are very excited for the future. We took as many pictures as we possibly could for you to enjoy :handgestures-thumb: More Pictures to come!
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    11-22-2015, 06:08 AM
    The W205 C-Class platform transition from sedan to coupe is more elegant than the preceding W204 generation. While the W204 coupe produced some odd proportions the W205 generation C205 coupe looks like it was designed to be a coupe from the onset. The proportions in person are beautiful and clearly take on some S-Class coupe inspired elements namely with the rear end design. It is muscular, angular, and modern. Quite simply, it is beautiful and more so than its sedan sibling. This is the 'Edition 1' C63 AMG S Coupe which is named for the launch model. This is for those who have to be the first to have it. So what does Edition 1 offer? Mainly unique trim elements as you can see with the yellow decals, wheel finish, and interior stitching. It is attention grabbing but has a 'boy racer' element to it. The yellow highlights are not exactly what one would call elegant. The interior details are beautiful though. The Edition 1 is only available in the matte grey finish you see and the AMG Aerodynamics Package is included. You can also get the Edition 1 in standard 469 horsepower C63 trim or C63 S 503 horsepower trim. Whatever your thoughts may be on the yellow accents there is no denying the C205 C63 is a gorgeous coupe. #LAAS2015
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  • stilov's Avatar
    11-24-2015, 11:19 PM
    Great shape, handful of passes. 17x8.5 ET40, were used on a 335i so 5x120 and then whatever the BMW hub bore is. MT drag radials, good meat left. I will ship if its worth doing. Local preferred 600 shipped OBO
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  • 4doorbmwpower's Avatar
    11-21-2015, 10:08 AM
    Let me know if anyone has one. Preferably in Montego Blue. I can not find them online anywhere
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  • DSG335's Avatar
    11-11-2015, 12:27 PM
    Never got around to formally introducing myself. Name is David and I have a 335i n54 e90. I'm from Houston Texas. Rides list is 03' f150 Harley, 12' c63 amg, and I am currently looking into a c63 BS or a panamera turbo sport.
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  • Vasily1's Avatar
    11-12-2015, 04:48 PM
    Please see a current dyno sheet of my GAD E63 st.VIP (still interim tune): 1115hp and 1381Nm torque both at crank.
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  • HRE_Wheels's Avatar
    11-11-2015, 08:13 PM
    FlowForm Wheels for are now available at a new price tag! PM us for pricing or email us at
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