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    Today, 01:57 AM
    Hey SlowE60: :text-welcomewave:
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  • Stevenh's Avatar
    Today, 01:38 AM
    I'd have estimate it's more like 60whp... I ran the car on the same tank last weekend and it went 122 mph which translates to ~500whp. The 430whp Dyno was run with far less octane as a base. To simplify, these dynos compare ~95 octane to 102 octane + wmi.
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  • Sticky2's Avatar
    Today, 12:16 AM
    We have a few spots open. We’ll see who pays at the last minute. I haven’t updated the list we just got two more cars. Time is 9-5 or so. They’ll let us start a little earlier though.
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  • Doc Oc's Avatar
    Today, 12:05 AM
    Dude that's phenomenal! 100 hp gain!? I'm installing my kit tomorrow....praying I get those kind of gains. Did you happen to log your timing retard?
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  • Aus335iGuy's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:38 PM
    Aus335iGuy replied to a thread N54: Powerglide to N54 in N54, N55, N52
    So, single turbo, glide, ADE 8.8 conversion, port injection, Dirt floor garage, 35c in the shade and 100% humidity. Feel like flyin to NT to help but id probably slow you down.
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  • n54dragracer's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:08 PM
    Sticky is the event spots sold out? What is the time slot we have the track for? Guessing we can figure out anyone that wants to race whoever and if people want to make it interesting its all up to whomever running? Still say we should do a "tow rig" race winner takes all, one run only per rig... any takers?
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  • Tony@Codewerx's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:46 PM
    Usually this means the zusb number is not compatible with the Dme.
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  • maxnix's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:34 PM
    Seems for that boost and meth he should be another 50+ HP up unless he is running stock FMIC and catalytic DP.
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  • maxnix's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:26 PM
    I was actually trying to ascertain the necessity of the M3 ABS/DSC module for a Torsen LSD. I understand the programming nannies disabling as best as I can.
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  • Eleventeen's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:47 PM
    If they were logging boost, AFR, and timing, can he tell us what specifically caused the engine to blow? Can you get the final log and post it here? If the owner can provide more details, people will be less likely to jump to their own conclusions. I’m not making any excuses for PTF, but the info in the first post makes me question the judgement of the M3 owner.
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  • AdminTeam's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:45 PM
    Welcome to a real enthusiast forum KurlosKarlos.
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    Yesterday, 08:14 PM
    Welcome DA RIPPER , take a look around, I think you will like what you see.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:03 PM
    As you know the PorscheBoost.com Project 991.2 Carrera is currently the most powerful Carrera and 991.2 9A2B6 3.0 in the world. Gintani is doing an amazing job with the tuning hitting ~600 whp on a Mustang dyno on 91 octane pump fuel with methanol injection. Gintani moved to E85 tuning and was seeing solid 50+ gains but the clutches started to slip. Basically, if going beyond the ~600 lb-ft of torque range on a RWD PDK you will begin to experience clutch issues. Most people will not experience this problem and certainly not on stock turbochargers. Furthermore, the limit the factory PDK clutches will hold will no doubt improve with time. Keep in mind TCU tuning on the platform is in its infancy. With increased line pressure and various TCU strategies we could probably hold higher torque levels but instead of waiting around PorscheBoost contacted Dodson for a PDK upgrade. The PorscheBoost Project 991.2 Carrera will be the first RWD PDK upgraded in the USA or North America. This way we will already have superior hardware capable of much higher torque in place as we were not planning to stop with E85. Keep in mind the car still is on the factory headers, inlets, and inercoolers. We will have upgraded hardware in place to really push forward even as TCU tuning evolves and even to handle built motor output levels. Dodson believes the RWD PDK will be very capable but we will know more during disassembly. The discs are supposedly smaller diameter than the AWD 991 Turbo models but the difference is difficult to even discern with the naked eye. You may also recall tuner Hydra Motorsport stated going over 500 lb-ft of torque at the crank is the PDK limit. This is false. We saw well over another 150 lb-ft of torque from what Hydra claims before clutch slippage. Now, here are some torque ratings that have been passed around: 500 newton-meters is 368 lb-ft so obviously that is false as far as RWD PDK capability. A stock 991.2 GTS makes 405 lb-ft of torque. As for differences between the 997 and 991 PDK: Additionally, Porsche began sealing PDK gearboxes with the 997.2. Why? So you can not replace the internal parts and then be forced to buy an entire new PDK transmission from the dealer should you exceed the lifespan. Fortunately, Dodson is able to get inside and service these gearboxes. Dodson sent a blue box to pick up the transmission from Gintani and we will see how quick the turnaround is and how the new PDK clutches do once they are received.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Yesterday, 07:57 PM
    As you know the PorscheBoost.com Project 991.2 Carrera is currently the most powerful Carrera and 991.2 9A2B6 3.0 in the world. Gintani is doing an amazing job with the tuning hitting ~600 whp on a Mustang dyno on 91 octane pump fuel with methanol injection. Gintani moved to E85 tuning and was seeing solid 50+ gains but the clutches started to slip. Basically, if going beyond the ~600 lb-ft of torque range on a RWD PDK you will begin to experience clutch issues. Most people will not experience this problem and certainly not on stock turbochargers. Furthermore, the limit the factory PDK clutches will hold will no doubt improve with time. Keep in mind TCU tuning on the platform is in its infancy. With increased line pressure and various TCU strategies we could probably hold higher torque levels but instead of waiting around PorscheBoost contacted Dodson for a PDK upgrade. The PorscheBoost Project 991.2 Carrera will be the first RWD PDK upgraded in the USA or North America. This way we will already have superior hardware capable of much higher torque in place as we were not planning to stop with E85. Keep in mind the car still is on the factory headers, inlets, and inercoolers. We will have upgraded hardware in place to really push forward even as TCU tuning evolves and even to handle built motor output levels. Dodson believes the RWD PDK will be very capable but we will know more during disassembly. The discs are supposedly smaller diameter than the AWD 991 Turbo models but the difference is difficult to even discern with the naked eye. You may also recall tuner Hydra Motorsport stated going over 500 lb-ft of torque at the crank is the PDK limit. This is false. We saw well over another 150 lb-ft of torque from what Hydra claims before clutch slippage. Now, here are some torque ratings that have been passed around: 500 newton-meters is 368 lb-ft so obviously that is false as far as RWD PDK capability. A stock 991.2 GTS makes 405 lb-ft of torque. As for differences between the 997 and 991 PDK: Additionally, Porsche began sealing PDK gearboxes with the 997.2. Why? So you can not replace the internal parts and then be forced to buy an entire new PDK transmission from the dealer should you exceed the lifespan. Fortunately, Dodson is able to get inside and service these gearboxes. Dodson sent a blue box to pick up the transmission from Gintani and we will see how quick the turnaround is and how the new PDK clutches do once they are received.
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  • Stevenh's Avatar
    Yesterday, 07:11 PM
    In my ongoing battle to combat the shit DA that I live with on a daily basis, I decided to suplement my Xona hybrid with WMI... The baseline was run at ~26lbs and timing set to 93 on the UM tune while the WMI run was set to 29lbs and 107. The comparison isn't apples to apples since the baseline was done with ~96 octane in the tank while the WMI dyno was ~102 octane, but the torque curve tells the story. The WMI setup is a relatively simple AEM stage 2 kit on the smallest nozzle and injecting washer fluid. It is set to start spraying at 7lbs and builds up to 100% at 27lbs. I was expecting to see improvement, but not to this extent. I couldn't be happier with the results. Other items worth noting: My elevation is ~5,280ft and a Stg 2 Rs3 on E85 made roughly 500whp on the same dyno last weekend. Big thanks to #BWPerformance for another exceptional experience. There is a video up on their Instagram that I am not smart enough to link to here. Before After
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Yesterday, 06:53 PM
    The 335i in the video is tuned by Hausofpower.ca with unknown supporting mods. Both vehicles are on factory turbochargers but considering the beatdown this 335i really needs a set of upgraded twins to play with a bolt on C63. Plus it's 2019, what is a 335i doing still on stock turbos? The C63 is a W205 generation model which means an M177 twin turbo 4.0 liter V8 is under the hood. It is a beast of a motor as the video shows it easily pulling away with simple bolt ons. Great to see the JB4 doing well on the M177 platform.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Yesterday, 06:44 PM
    The 335i in the video is tuned by Hausofpower.ca with unknown supporting mods. Both vehicles are on factory turbochargers but considering the beatdown this 335i really needs a set of upgraded twins to play with a bolt on C63. Plus it's 2019, what is a 335i doing still on stock turbos? The C63 is a W205 generation model which means an M177 twin turbo 4.0 liter V8 is under the hood. It is a beast of a motor as the video shows it easily pulling away with simple bolt ons. Great to see the JB4 doing well on the M177 platform.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Yesterday, 06:31 PM
    Porfiris Autosport is located in Greece and getting details on this build is not easy. What we do know is it is making a ton of power and it has a ton of turbo lag. The useable power band is narrow to say the least when the turbo spools at 6500 rpm. Powerful? Yes. Useable? Not really: It is like an on/off switch. Nothing, nothing, nothing, nothing.... hold on! AudiBoost is not sure what turbo they are using but 2.0 liter motors making similar power in the Japanese tuning scene are posted with much better looking curves. Porfiris is claiming a world record here but there likely are some stronger VW/Audi 2.0 motors out there. This certainly is the strongest Audi TT-S to date. Power achieved at 3 BAR.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Yesterday, 06:25 PM
    Porfiris Autosport is located in Greece and getting details on this build is not easy. What we do know is it is making a ton of power and it has a ton of turbo lag. The useable power band is narrow to say the least when the turbo spools at 6500 rpm. Powerful? Yes. Useable? Not really: It is like an on/off switch. Nothing, nothing, nothing, nothing.... hold on! AudiBoost is not sure what turbo they are using but 2.0 liter motors making similar power in the Japanese tuning scene are posted with much better looking curves. Porfiris is claiming a world record here but there likely are some stronger VW/Audi 2.0 motors out there. This certainly is the strongest Audi TT-S to date. Power achieved at 3 BAR.
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  • Brule's Avatar
    Yesterday, 06:18 PM
    Brule replied to a thread N54: Powerglide to N54 in N54, N55, N52
    Not sure yet. It was manual so I have do something with the clutch sensor so it starts. Reverse light maybe. Tune wise not sure what issues will pop up. I really want an aftermarket ecu so I can delete direct injection.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Yesterday, 06:14 PM
    Now a 1:53.30 is a very good time for a heavy sedan but if you watch the video, the F90 M5 Competition is not exactly graceful. It looks like quite a handful actually to hustle around the Hockenheim GP course. Also interesting is that the Mercedes-AMG GT 63 4Matic Coupe is quicker by half a second despite carrying 300 more pounds. A heavier AMG Mercedes beating a lighter and more powerful BMW on the track? What is going on? Laptimes: 43. McLaren 720S unknown 1:48.20 720 / 1428 44. Porsche 918 Spyder unknown 1:48.50 887 / 1665 45. Porsche 911 GT2 RS (991) unknown 1:49.10 700 / 1508 46. Porsche 911 GT2 RS (997) unknown 1:49.50 620 / 1370 47. Mercedes-Benz AMG GT R unknown 1:50.50 585 / 1626 48. Porsche 911 GT3 RS (991) Joel Meili 1:50.78 500 / 1461 49. Gallardo LP 570-4 Superleggera unknown 1:51.00 570 / 1430 50. Ferrari 458 Speciale unknown 1:51.44 605 / 1451 51. Chevrolet Corvette Z06 (C7) unknown 1:51.70 659 / 1606 52. Gumpert Apollo Sport (Mk II) unknown 1:52.70 750 / 1200 53. Audi R8 V10 Plus (Mk II) unknown 1:52.90 610 / 1635 54. Porsche 911 GT3 (991) unknown 1:53.90 476 / 1439 55. Porsche 911 Carrera GTS Uwe Sener 1:54.00 450 / 1512 56. McLaren MP4-12C Spider unknown 1:54.10 625 / 1512 57. Honda NSX (Mk II) unknown 1:55.30 581 / 1766 58. Corvette Grand Sport Uwe Sener 1:55.30 466 / 1583 59. Mercedes-Benz AMG GT S Uwe Sener 1:55.40 522 / 1617 The M5 just uses its power to its advantage here. On a tighter course it would certainly begin to show its heft and understeer.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Yesterday, 06:06 PM
    Nobody, huh?
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Yesterday, 06:04 PM
    Now a 1:53.30 is a very good time for a heavy sedan but if you watch the video, the F90 M5 Competition is not exactly graceful. It looks like quite a handful actually to hustle around the Hockenheim GP course. Also interesting is that the Mercedes-AMG GT 63 4Matic Coupe is quicker by half a second despite carrying 300 more pounds. A heavier AMG Mercedes beating a lighter and more powerful BMW on the track? What is going on? Laptimes: 43. McLaren 720S unknown 1:48.20 720 / 1428 44. Porsche 918 Spyder unknown 1:48.50 887 / 1665 45. Porsche 911 GT2 RS (991) unknown 1:49.10 700 / 1508 46. Porsche 911 GT2 RS (997) unknown 1:49.50 620 / 1370 47. Mercedes-Benz AMG GT R unknown 1:50.50 585 / 1626 48. Porsche 911 GT3 RS (991) Joel Meili 1:50.78 500 / 1461 49. Gallardo LP 570-4 Superleggera unknown 1:51.00 570 / 1430 50. Ferrari 458 Speciale unknown 1:51.44 605 / 1451 51. Chevrolet Corvette Z06 (C7) unknown 1:51.70 659 / 1606 52. Gumpert Apollo Sport (Mk II) unknown 1:52.70 750 / 1200 53. Audi R8 V10 Plus (Mk II) unknown 1:52.90 610 / 1635 54. Porsche 911 GT3 (991) unknown 1:53.90 476 / 1439 55. Porsche 911 Carrera GTS Uwe Sener 1:54.00 450 / 1512 56. McLaren MP4-12C Spider unknown 1:54.10 625 / 1512 57. Honda NSX (Mk II) unknown 1:55.30 581 / 1766 58. Corvette Grand Sport Uwe Sener 1:55.30 466 / 1583 59. Mercedes-Benz AMG GT S Uwe Sener 1:55.40 522 / 1617 The M5 just uses its power to its advantage here. On a tighter course it would certainly begin to show its heft and understeer.
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  • AdminTeam's Avatar
    Yesterday, 06:02 PM
    Chadski85, we appreciate you taking the time to join.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Yesterday, 05:44 PM
    Ecoboost 2.3 liter inline-4 fans have some upgraded HPFP (high pressure fuel pump) options courtesy of Xtreme-DI. There are two pumps, the XDI-HPFP35 and the XDI-HPFP60. The HPFP35 is in stock and shipping for the Focus RS. The XDI-HPFP60 is larger and more expensive and also built to order. You need a roughly 2-3 week lead time to get it. The HPFP60 will support 550+ horsepower direct injection only on E85. The smaller HPFP35 will do roughly 500+ horsepower depending on fuel and injectors. This is good news for the new Mustang Performance Package which has a similar style motor to the Focus RS.
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