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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by VargasTurboTech Click here to enlarge
    I wont be releasing these. They are custom wheels, and I am trying to keep most of the specs to ourselves.
    Click here to enlarge I wanted to make an educated guess on flow lol. I understand though, can't wait till these are in a turbo!
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by maxnix Click here to enlarge
    The N55 intake valves are 1mm larger and valvetronic (which no one has really tuned yet) will add flexibility. The N55 will flow marginally better, at least until the exhaust manifold.
    The Valvetronic being tuned won't do anything to increase performance during WOT (because it'll be the same as tuning without Valvetronic), but partial throttle tuning will be interesting. Def looking forward to ATR/ATP being released for the N55 cars to see how much power a PROtune vs. Shelf maps can yield.
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    Really looking forward to seeing how this turns out, can you make sure whatever you come up with fits RHD please Click here to enlarge

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Nugs Click here to enlarge
    Really looking forward to seeing how this turns out, can you make sure whatever you come up with fits RHD please Click here to enlarge
    It will fit RHD as long as BMW did not use different turbos and I do not think they did. Here is a look at our custom reverse wheel for another platform. The profile is the same as our N55 wheel, except the N55 wheel is much bigger as this wheel is part of a set of twins, one forward, one reverse. Its coming guys...Click here to enlarge

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