Latest dyno run with latest intake mods

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Re: Latest dyno run with latest intake mods

Post by Blind Pugh » Sat Nov 12, 2016 8:08 am

Manc M135i wrote:How much was the high flow intake, is it a diy fit?

As for Vpower, I switched back from T99 a while ago as I found it gave consistently lower Av Ing, power delivery felt a ton smoother and I no longer get thick black sutted up exhaust tips.
Pricing - I bought my from Darkiedm4 so perhaps PM him so as he can quote you.


Installing - fitted during boost pipe and FMIC upgrades so a tad easier wrt access etc. There's a good standalone DIY at top of page 2 in the thread below

http://www.2addicts.com/forums/showthre ... 177&page=2

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Re: Latest dyno run with latest intake mods

Post by WD040 » Sun Nov 13, 2016 9:23 pm

Looks good to me BP you've gain 10bhp lower temps and taken strain off the turbo nice job i reckon , so knowing what u know now what would u suggest as the next upgrade for someone running a jb4 with a nasty octane booster habit please mate ?
Thinking £400- £700 budget
Give up the good work

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Re: Latest dyno run with latest intake mods

Post by Blind Pugh » Sun Nov 13, 2016 9:56 pm

WD040 wrote:Looks good to me BP you've gain 10bhp lower temps and taken strain off the turbo nice job i reckon , so knowing what u know now what would u suggest as the next upgrade for someone running a jb4 with a nasty octane booster habit please mate ?
Thinking £400- £700 budget
Give up the good work
WD040,

If using OB, anything that can ease the stress on stock turbo like the high flow inlet pipe is worthwhile imho. Pure do 2 options

1. Hi flow inlet end only for DIY install on existing oem inlet pipe - $150 ex works USA

2. Above pre installed on oem inlet pipe - this is the option I went for. $275 as above

http://www.pureturbos.com/store/bmw-upg ... 0-f10.html

Throttle response has been improved, eventhough I have fitted an upgraded FMIC (Wagner evo 2 comp)

OB will add boost and I think at least CP needs to be changed out too. I choose ER has have good prior exp of their products on my n55 e91. FTP have a good rep too. Both pipes $350

http://www.ftpmotorsport.com.tw/product ... packages-1

Parts boost pipes and option 2 inlet pipe <£500.
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Re: Latest dyno run with latest intake mods

Post by WD040 » Sun Nov 13, 2016 10:01 pm

Your good at this sh*t bp nice job ,
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Re: Latest dyno run with latest intake mods

Post by Blind Pugh » Sun Nov 13, 2016 10:09 pm

WD040 wrote:Your good at this sh*t bp nice job ,
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Re: Latest dyno run with latest intake mods

Post by Manc M135i » Mon Nov 14, 2016 10:31 pm

Blind Pugh wrote:
Manc M135i wrote:How much was the high flow intake, is it a diy fit?

As for Vpower, I switched back from T99 a while ago as I found it gave consistently lower Av Ing, power delivery felt a ton smoother and I no longer get thick black sutted up exhaust tips.
Pricing - I bought my from Darkiedm4 so perhaps PM him so as he can quote you.


Installing - fitted during boost pipe and FMIC upgrades so a tad easier wrt access etc. There's a good standalone DIY at top of page 2 in the thread below

http://www.2addicts.com/forums/showthre ... 177&page=2

Thanks BP! :thumbs:

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Re: Latest dyno run with latest intake mods

Post by Blind Pugh » Sun Sep 17, 2017 4:43 pm

Blind Pugh wrote:
Tue Nov 01, 2016 10:20 am
Plot below is prior mods v latest mods

Prior mods green lines from same dyno in 2015:-

Map 6 Jb4 ewg board + harness and FF wires
BCS sport cat DP
MPE
Oem air box with Afe dry drop in and afe airscoop
Shell v power

Latest mods red lines recently:-

As above but with intake mods as follows

Map 6 - minor fettling co BW Chiptune.
Dinan CAI with afe air scoop
Wagner evo 2 comp FMIC
ER boost pipes both sides of FMIC
Pure hi flo inlet pipe
Shell v power - school boy error no Tesco M99 in N Wales during half term holidays !!!

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My old car's 2016 dyno was done with the old canbus connection via positap.

The new owner updated canbus to OBD, loaded up latest JB4 FW and had map 6 re fettled.

Outcome was 412/495 power/torque with good gains throughout the rev range.

Outstanding and glad to know my trusty mlite is continuing to evolve in the hands of its new owner.
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Re: Latest dyno run with latest intake mods

Post by Jamesno1 » Sun Sep 17, 2017 4:49 pm

Bet that m135 embarrasses a few m cars
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Re: Latest dyno run with latest intake mods

Post by Blind Pugh » Sun Sep 17, 2017 5:10 pm

Jamesno1 wrote:
Sun Sep 17, 2017 4:49 pm
Bet that m135 embarrasses a few m cars
James

Yup it did both on the road and at the track !

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Re: Latest dyno run with latest intake mods

Post by Jamesno1 » Sun Sep 17, 2017 5:14 pm

You'll need to tinker with your new chariot now, can't be having your old car beat it!
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Re: Latest dyno run with latest intake mods

Post by Tricky401 » Sun Sep 17, 2017 6:01 pm

Great results. I'm very tempted to go this far with mine.

BP where fun you purchase the Dinan from?any U.K. Distributors?

Where did the new owner have map6 re fettled? Back at BW?
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Re: Latest dyno run with latest intake mods

Post by git-r2 » Mon Sep 18, 2017 4:36 pm

That's a ridiculous amount of torque, Christ that's going to be fun in the wet!

So in total those mods have cost less than 2k and the car has been reliable for how long?

495lbft... the rb26 in my Datsun makes 440 lb ft and that scares me shitless... then breaks something and costs another 50 billion.

If you spent 2k modifying a GTR you might just see an increase of the chosen tuner's pension fund but not much else.

These BMW engines are awesome :)
'13 M135i standard.. and will remain so.. I promise... really.. will not modify... or abuse on track..
'91 R32 GTR... basically standard and unmolested... 497 @ rear hubs... never raced nor rallied : https://youtu.be/jhsX0elVG2k
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Re: Latest dyno run with latest intake mods

Post by Blind Pugh » Mon Sep 18, 2017 6:28 pm

Jamesno1 wrote:
Sun Sep 17, 2017 5:14 pm
You'll need to tinker with your new chariot now, can't be having your old car beat it!
James - I know saving hard as I type and assessing my options in the meanwhile waiting for bank balance to recover !!!

Tricky401 wrote:
Sun Sep 17, 2017 6:01 pm
Great results. I'm very tempted to go this far with mine.

BP where fun you purchase the Dinan from?any U.K. Distributors?
Tricky - Dinan have zero retailers here in UK / EU - I bought mine at a BMW dealer in Houston whilst across on business. TBH - AFE Momentum is as well regarded - if not moreso - than Dinan CAI and are more readily available at a price...

https://www.mlperformance.co.uk/product ... ake-system

if you know someone in the USA you buy them for $550-$600.
Tricky401 wrote:
Sun Sep 17, 2017 6:01 pm
Where did the new owner have map6 re fettled? Back at BW?
No - new owner took the car to a dyno nearer to his base in Cheshire.
git-r2 wrote:
Mon Sep 18, 2017 4:36 pm
That's a ridiculous amount of torque, Christ that's going to be fun in the wet!

So in total those mods have cost less than 2k and the car has been reliable for how long?
GTR2 - yes even with my lowly 470 torques - it was fine in the wet co Quaife diff as a few on here can testify to - we meet up for an early morning A&B road blast around Surrey/Sussex awhile back. My car just gripped and went whereas the others were fishtailing in a (vain) effort to keep up !

My old car ran like clockwork for the 3 years I ran it in the higher state of tune. Could of squeezed more out of it no doubt but I wanted a reliable / useable/tractable bump up and that's what I got with JB4 - still enough drop many exotics at TD's and TL GP's.

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Re: Latest dyno run with latest intake mods

Post by Manc M135i » Mon Sep 18, 2017 10:39 pm

Dave... What do you order? M140i?

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Re: Latest dyno run with latest intake mods

Post by Blind Pugh » Tue Sep 19, 2017 12:40 am

Manc M135i wrote:
Mon Sep 18, 2017 10:39 pm
What do you order? M140i?
Hi Howard - bought a used m2. BP

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