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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by 654 Click here to enlarge
    Yes. Well, there is a very slight efficiency increase (VE) so basically in theory you need a little less fuel per whp but what you said is about correct in practice.
    The octane can be also slightly lower due less psi.
    Yep, this is all right on.

    You want to increase VE and make the same power at less psi (and heat). But hey... might as well just get an M3 Click here to enlarge

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by 600whp S4 Click here to enlarge
    How much are they ported when companies put the bigger comp wheels?
    Turbine wheel is the main restriction. Both wheels + billet wastegates + actuators = 3k = RB

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    What will happen is some kind of fueling solution will come about and you will kick yourself for getting rid of it after going this far.

    You are going to get what, not even mid 20's for your car? And you will go get what? A much more expensive car and then need 10's of thousands to modify that to a high level? It's not my money, I just think it wouldn't hurt you to sit tight and see if there is a fueling development in the next few months.
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    My car is still on the dyno at Champion motors waiting for a fuel solution!!!! Dont sell yet LM!!!

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by ultimateracing335i Click here to enlarge
    My car is still on the dyno at Champion motors waiting for a fuel solution!!!! Dont sell yet LM!!!
    What fuel solution are they trying?

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    we are gonna boost the voltage to the lpfp

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by ultimateracing335i Click here to enlarge
    we are gonna boost the voltage to the lpfp
    This is the solution others are trying, I hope it works but how much can that lpfp really be boosted? Why can't the pump just be replaced?

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by BoostAddict Click here to enlarge
    I don't think head work, and cams will be necessary for awhile. I think people will be pretty impressed once the fuel system is addressed and a properly sized single turbo is utilized. For now the rb's provide more than enough power for your average guy.
    I think you are correct. The question is how strong is the crank, and what is it made of? If it shares the crank from the s52 then the sky is the limit.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by ultimateracing335i Click here to enlarge
    My car is still on the dyno at Champion motors waiting for a fuel solution!!!! Dont sell yet LM!!!
    send me that dyno file too.. Lostmarine26@hotmail.com I can add it to the roster..

    and its for sale, but after some convo's with a few certain people, i think ill just continue what I have been doing, and if someone wants it, they can have it.. but ill keep adding until then.. or at least until i find a DCT E92 M3 at $39,999 or better Click here to enlarge (i refuse to pay over 40k for that car )

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by GG///M3 Click here to enlarge
    I think you are correct. The question is how strong is the crank, and what is it made of? If it shares the crank from the s52 then the sky is the limit.
    Forged (steel I believe) crank & rods per BMW documentation. This should make the rotating assembly very strong.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by LostMarine Click here to enlarge
    E92 M3 at $39,999 or better (i refuse to pay over 40k for that car )
    Good luck with that.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by ultimateracing335i Click here to enlarge
    we are gonna boost the voltage to the lpfp
    I wonder why it hasn't been tried out. What's the difficulty with it? Do we need to mask it from DME?

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    That's the million dollar question!!! We were also thinking of a separate inline pump but it was suggested that if it is to strong it may dry up the bucket that that the stock pump sits in and create major issues.

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    It's easy to rig 14v to the pump during a run just to see what happens. If the low pressure pump is a restriction then a booster pump could also help. I wouldn't worry about it emptying the pickup bucket just yet.

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    Ive been busy and I am in New York till Tues. When I get back ill do more pulls and send you logs.

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    Sounds good! Do you have a 14v voltage source? Maybe a battery charger will do the trick? Click here to enlarge

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