No being negative, we have 110, E85 and Methanol to substitute currently, and we all know that VTT (soon to be released) and FuelIt have fueling solutions for the future. Planning ahead is always a good idea.
FuelIT? that's a company i haven't heard of yet, what's their deal for N54's? "
" I've been told anything under 20 degrees above ambient is great, anything over and you start losing power.....
My SC kit does a phenomenal job of keeping IAT's in check, averaging 8-14 degrees above ambient with normal driving. Start to push the car and they go up but then cool down quickly while driving normal again.
Please don't take my word for it though, admittedly I'm not a expert on the subject. "
" [QUOTE=VargasTurboTech;584909]Last week a customer in the UAE emailed me asking for you direct email. I asked him what he needed it for, he told me through some GTR connection Dodson had mentioned they wanted to get a hold of you about the DCT upgrade, I gave him your email and today you announce you are going to be running the Dodson upgrade, seems like more than a coincidence to me. Exchange is below I was hoping something came out of it.
">> Hi mr tony do u know what's the email of sticky the owner of bimmerboost it's urgent
>> Best regards"
Could you explain why you chose to go this route instead of solid shafts? Stronger is better than lighter when it comes to axles IMHO.
How much torque are they rated at?
to give you a little more info into WHY hollow shafts with larger outer diameters are stronger and better than smaller solid shafts...in torsional stress, the torsional stress = applied torque x radius. So, at the center of the shaft, since the radius = 0 there, the stress = 0. so, until you move far enough away from the center of the shaft to start generating an amount of stress that you need to start considering, the material can be removed for weight and therefore requires less torque to spin the shaft. When you start taking into account the shear forces is when you get into wall thickness and that's just determines by the cross section, which you get by subtracting the area of the inner diameter from the area of the outer diameter. Really fun stuff actually! Hope that helps you understand a little about why. "
" Just as the title says. Currently is on single turbo firmware, but easily updated back to twin turbo firmware. Comes with the case and USB cable, and if you are interested, I can also include the N20 3.5bar map sensor for an extra $20. $420 shipped to lower 48.
YES, THIS A STEAL, I DO NOT WANT TO SIT ON IT I'M READY TO SHIP SAME DAY PAYPAL PAYMENT IS MADE!!!