710whp MMP Stage 3

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  1. doublespaces

    doublespaces Administrator

    AZ
    2009 E93 335i
    By @Diegopiedra :

    711 Whp/644 Wtq! Mmp Turbos.
    What's up everyone! First off I'd like to thank Mauricio for building a great set of turbos and always being one call away! Also would like to thank @MOTIV and @bmwn55tuner for great tuning support. Now let's get down to business ;)
    After a few hours of tuning we put down 711 whp and 644 wtq on 30 psi! The power band is relentless all the way to redline! We did back to back pulls and the numbers were almost identical every time. I think it's safe to say these are the best hybrid turbos on the market. They sound awesome btw


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    Stage 3 Mmp Turbos.
    Jb4/Mhd
    100% e85
    Port Injection.
    Stage 3 Lpfp.
    Twin disk clutch. (6 speed Manual)
    Mmp inlets/outlets.
    Ets chargepipe with Tial bov.
    Vrsf 7 inch intercooler.
    AR catless downpipes.
    HPF 3.5 inch exhaust.
    Std corrected:
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  2. Impressive numbers! Next test for these turbos is reliability, but with the two year warranty its a solid deal.
     
  3. Damn that's a lot of power! I wish we had more hybrids that have higher mileage to show if they can handle all the abuse.
     
  4. Snelson3003

    Snelson3003 Sergeant Vendor

    Wait is the SAE corrected power or no? I thought it wasnt which would be insane... But its got to be corrected... right??
     
  5. doublespaces

    doublespaces Administrator

    AZ
    2009 E93 335i
    Well the graph can be corrected by STD or SAE or uncorrected. This graph is STD corrected, with no smoothing.
     
  6. doublespaces

    doublespaces Administrator

    AZ
    2009 E93 335i
    To add to the confusion, the graph which was posted initially, was an uncorrected version, which showed 1 more horsepower and 3 less torque.
     
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  7. At 710whp I don't think it's going to be daily driven, and with a two year warranty I'd say the manufacturer knows they could handle at least 25-30k miles if they were dailyd
     
  8. Wow! I am impressed. Those are some legit numbers. That has to be fun from 3700 to 6400 RPMs by looking at that graph.
     
  9. zmon1300

    zmon1300 Specialist

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    '10 335xi
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  11. calimcnallytx

    calimcnallytx Lurker

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    These MMP's are coming out the gate kicking
     
  12. Snelson3003

    Snelson3003 Sergeant Vendor

    Wait, your log ends at 7265rpm which seems high af! - Transmission work??

    And CYL 5 is basically saying "just kill me now im not doing this again!" lol. Thats alot of timing drop for that CYL but not worrisome since its the most annoying CYL ever.

    I bet that car SCREAMS down the road!
     

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