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    Today, 07:11 AM
    Another day, another 10 second S55 powered F8X BMW. This one is an F82 M4 with the Xona Rotor S55 turbo upgrade. The S55 engine tuning is a hybrid piggyback and ECU flash setup with a BMS JB4 in conjunction with flash dyno tuning from Precision Tuning. The result is 4 consecutive 10.9 second passes at the ATCO drag strip in New Jersey. Let's go over the modifications: Xona Turbos JB4 Precision Tuning Custom Tune & Flash by @kbaldi29 AEM Meth Kit Dodson Sportsman Clutch Packs DSS 1200 hp axles ER Downpipes ER Chargepipes Maximum PSI Intake Mickey Thompson ET Street S/S 305 35 18s. These modifications result in 648 rwhp and 653 rwtq: Congrats to @NJ-M4 on the consistent 10 second performance but he no doubt is concerned about the S55 crank hub issue. Thus far, he has avoided any problems.
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    Yesterday, 10:10 AM
    bigdnno98 started a thread For Sale: 2011 335is DCT in For Sale Vehicles
    Well, sadly it looks like Im going to have to either sell or part out the BMW. It is a 2011 BMW 335is DCT, with 71,000 miles. The car has a very good bumper to bumper warranty that is transferrable to the new owner. There are 27 months and 24,000 miles remaining on the warranty. Mods are below with prices, in the event of a part out. Asking $28,000 with all mods. JB4 G5-$350 MHD BEF with tablet and K Can cable-$50 BMS 2.2gal meth kit with FSB-$350 VRSF 7 FMIC-$250 VRSF 3 DPs-$250 BMS DCI-$50 Boostin Concpets stage 2 LPFP (Walbro 450 e85 pump) Not for sale Apex Arc 8 wheels with new Nitto Nitto NT555 G2 tires (17x9F, 17x9.5R)-$1,800 or $1000 + Good condition style 189 Spare BMW 18 style 264 wheels with Mickey Thompson ET Street Drag Radials-$800 New but not installed slotted rear rotors and pads-$200 Below are maintenance items replaced on the car: HPFP LPFP Battery and Cable Valve Cover Low Fuel Pressure Sensor 6 index 12 injectors 6 Coils New OEM Spark Plugs New Muffler
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    Today, 03:41 AM
    There are a handful of Australian BenzBoost members with very powerful W204 C63 AMG's. Part of this is due to Weistec's strong Australian presence as the 3.0 liter twin screw Weistec superchargers are powering the fastest C63's in the world some of which are Australian. Well, you can add yet another Australian C63 to the list of most powerful C63's as BenzBoost member @RNS-11Z is gunning for over 1000 horsepower. How does he intend to get there? With all of this: Weistec Stage 3 Weistec Gearbox Modified valve body New standard convertor Weistec ice trunk Forged Pistons and Rods CnC ported heads Wave track LSD Autowerks Tune Upgrade fuel system 20psi pulley and tune He wants a low 9 second car: BenzBoost will be following his progress and as soon as the build is completed we will post results. Good luck @RNS-11Z, we're all pulling for you!
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  • RNS-11Z's Avatar
    Today, 03:22 AM
    Thought I may start a build thread for my C63. The car is currently record holder for NA C63 1/4 time in Aus 11.5@121. Mods list was: Autowerks Tune, Difilipo headers, dual 3inch exhaust, intake snorkels. The new mods are: Weistec Stage 3 Weistec Gearbox Modified valve body New standard convertor Weistec ice trunk Dime racing Forged Pistons and Rods Dime racing CnC ported heads Wave track LSD Autowerks Tune mods to do: upgrade fuel system 20psi pulley and tune future mods: 4ltre charger My end goal is to have it running between 9-0-9.5 in full street trim (no interior removal) besides the race fuel. I do not intend to fit a cage how ever in Australia if you go sub 10 and 150+mph you need a cage and shoot. I am hoping to have it running by end of October. I won't be running any fast times soon as where I live is extremely humid in summer and it rains as though it's tbe Amazon! I will try update this thread frequently but also follow me on Instagram harun_gee
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Today, 02:12 AM
    The acceleration of the all wheel drive Tesla Model S models is hyped to holy hell. Namely the P90D and the new P100D. Don't get us wrong the Tesla Model S P90D and P100D models are very quick but the cars are not unbeatable and still have a long way to go. Why? Well, several reasons. To extract maximum performance you basically need a full charge and a primed battery. If you have been driving around all day and are heading home to charge the car it will not perform in the same manner as if you just finished charging it and are ready for some Ludicrous mode runs. Also, the P90D is a thousand pounds heavier than the Nissan GTR which itself is not a lightweight. It is a torque monster off the line but performance drops off hard past 100 miles per hour. A stock Nissan GTR is enough to beat a Model S P90D. Top Gear proves that in their video which they are not letting anyone embed so go here to see it: http://www.topgear.com/videos/top-gear-drag-races/top-gear-drag-races-tesla-model-s-p90d-vs-nissan-gt-r
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  • bigdnno98's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:04 PM
    BNIB MMP stock location inlets. $200 shipped.
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  • E36luv's Avatar
    Yesterday, 06:55 PM
    E36luv started a thread For Sale: VM 6466 Single Turbo kit in Buy/Sell - Parts
    I have decided that I don't need to have two BMW FI builds going on at the same time so I am selling this kit that I bought used. (I am focusing on my e36 build for now) I never installed it but if I remember correctly it has approximately 5k miles on it. The compressor housing is polished and the 3.5 down pipe merges to the stock exhaust. Manifold and downpipe are wrapped in DEI heat wrap. I will post pictures this weekend. Brand new this would cost $5795 without shipping. I am asking $4,995 shipped. That is at least $1,000 off and you won't have to wait for the kit to be built it will ship right away. Description of parts from VM - 2 piece 304 Stainless SCH10 top mount manifold all Tig welded by hand and purged. -3.5" 304 Stainless downpipe (The only kit offered with a 3.5" downpipe on the market) -304 Stainless dumptubes or recirculated wastegate tubes -2.5" Aluminum charge pipe -Water pump inlet tube with Billet flange -Your choice of Precision Ball Bearing Turbo -2 Tial MV-S wastegates (I am an authorized Tial distributor so you can be assured they are genuine TIAL and not a knock off.) -Single Turbo BMS airfilter -Mac Solenoid with PNP harness - -4 AN stainless braided hoses and fittings for all of the wastegate reference lines (Also the only kit to offer this, this is very important given how tightly packed everything is in the hottest portion of the engine bay.) -Coolant Tank relocation brackets - Billet Oil drain flange --10 AN stainless hardline oil drain tube -Billet adapter for oil feed to the block -Billet block offs for the coolant ports in the head -6 feet of heater hose and fittings to relocate the coolant tank - -4 Stainless braided hose for oil feed with fiberglass insulation to shield it from the heat -Hardware for manifold where shorter nuts are needed and well as all the required bolts and clamps -2 2.5" Silicone Couplers and clamps -90 degree Silicone Coupler for the water pump inlet - Turbo Blanket
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    Today, 09:00 AM
    Now this is a hell of an achievement. To put it into perspective this is power equal to a built motor ESS VT3 supercharger setup except achieved on a stock internal S65 V8 and with far more torque. Quite simply, turbos are far better for the S65 V8 platform than centrifugal blowers. Why? Greater efficiency and less stress. Rather than manually spinning an impeller and increasing stress on the front of the motor the exhaust gasses are doing the work but you already knew turbos were more efficient. In the S65 V8 application you get the benefit of being able to push harder in the power and torque department on the stock internals. 708 wheel horsepower and 495 lb-ft of torque at the wheels are stock internal S65 V8 records: No doubt 100% E85 fuel helps here as well. The fuel system is upgraded for this of course. What turbos and how much boost? A pair of GT3076's at 11 psi of boost. These turbos obviously can be pushed much harder but the question would be how much further before the engine let's go? Who wants to find out? Just look at the curve. It's a thing of beauty. Yes, it is purposely tuned to not have a huge torque hit down low (they considered other turbochargers for this application) and offer nice and flat torque delivery once spooled until redline. Just imagine what a built motor curve with double the boost pressure will look like. This is also tuned on the stock DME as well which is truly remarkable and shows considerable skill and experience with the factory ECU. The S65 V8 turbo era is officially here.
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