F1X Most Powerful built F10/N55 (535i)

Alan

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Nov 5, 2016
33
Gilbert, AZ
#1
So I have seen a few people post up Pure Stage 2, and different mods, but wondering if anyone has gone 450+ HP reliably? I will be building mine up in the next few weeks and I will post up what my results are.

To start with, I have an ER Chargepipe, ER Catless Downpipe, BMS Intake, Wagner FMIC. I run and approx. E30 blend. On a Mustang dyno, JB1 on Map 1, I am 336 HP.

In the order process, I will be adding a Pure Stage 2 Turbo, Fuel it PI plate, Fuel-it Stage 2 LPFP, and considering a small addition of Meth to assist cooling (I am in AZ, and summer ambient will be 100+ every day).

Who else has a seriously modded F10/N55 car? What have they achieved?

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doublespaces

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Oct 18, 2016
6,759
AZ
#2
Hey, you're local! There is a person on the forum who has a low 11's 535.
 

Alan

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Nov 5, 2016
33
Gilbert, AZ
#3
Hey, you're local! There is a person on the forum who has a low 11's 535.
I have seen a 2010 posted an 11.2, but nothing close from an N55 535i. I understand it isn't the ideal car to go fast in, but I enjoy the car, and I know with its weight it won't be as fast as a comparable 135/335.
 

Alan

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Nov 5, 2016
33
Gilbert, AZ
#4
This week I also pulled the stock rims, and I had put on those M5 Stock Wheels (20x9 et34 front and 20x10 et 34 rear) that had been powder coated black. It's time to get off the stock config and RunOnFlat Tires (Dealer replaced previous set) and get something that will hook up better. On my 336HP I could brake those away at will and they were a bit slick on a hard launch.
 

doublespaces

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Oct 18, 2016
6,759
AZ
#5
This week I also pulled the stock rims, and I had put on those M5 Stock Wheels (20x9 et34 front and 20x10 et 34 rear) that had been powder coated black. It's time to get off the stock config and RunOnFlat Tires (Dealer replaced previous set) and get something that will hook up better. On my 336HP I could brake those away at will and they were a bit slick on a hard launch.
You're right I think that is an N54.

Have you seen the speedtech turbo kit? Not sure if that works with a 535 though:
https://bmw.spoolstreet.com/threads/speedtech-stage-3-n55-600whp.1226/
 

Alan

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Nov 5, 2016
33
Gilbert, AZ
#6
I believe their kit is only for 335i at this time.

I have to give Props to @[email protected]! , he has been a great resource for me to bounce ideas off on what would be the best way to go. Soon it will be coming together. I was hoping to be ready for NFZ in a few weeks but that will be too close.
 
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Twisted Tuning

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Oct 25, 2016
750
New York
#9
lots of options out and coming out for the N55. How soon are you looking to make the upgrade?
 

Shane303

Specialist
Nov 6, 2016
73
Mesa, Arizona
#10
This week I also pulled the stock rims, and I had put on those M5 Stock Wheels (20x9 et34 front and 20x10 et 34 rear) that had been powder coated black. It's time to get off the stock config and RunOnFlat Tires (Dealer replaced previous set) and get something that will hook up better. On my 336HP I could brake those away at will and they were a bit slick on a hard launch.
Those wheels look great Alan.
 

Alan

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Nov 5, 2016
33
Gilbert, AZ
#12
lots of options out and coming out for the N55. How soon are you looking to make the upgrade?
VERY soon, we have talked through email recently. Parts have all been ordered already, waiting on turbo to arrive. Fuel-It Parts came next day after ordering!
 

Twisted Tuning

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Oct 25, 2016
750
New York
#13
VERY soon, we have talked through email recently. Parts have all been ordered already, waiting on turbo to arrive. Fuel-It Parts came next day after ordering!

ahh, ok. sorry if i didnt remember. I get massive numbers of emails. But you emailed me about the DME unlock, correct?
 
Nov 19, 2016
37
Houston, TX
#16
I've got a couple things done :) I don't know exactly what I'm making though, and I still have a ways to go with the tune before I'm maxed out. If you trust Dashcommand I'm making 460hp / 535 tq. I'm still on straight 93 pump.
 

Alan

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Nov 5, 2016
33
Gilbert, AZ
#17
I've got a couple things done :) I don't know exactly what I'm making though, and I still have a ways to go with the tune before I'm maxed out. If you trust Dashcommand I'm making 460hp / 535 tq. I'm still on straight 93 pump.
I've seen and appreciate all the build threads you have posted. I didn't know if you had run it on a dyno yet to see what it was making or on the track. Are you adding supplemental fuel?
 
Nov 19, 2016
37
Houston, TX
#18
No, still on stock fueling system. I intend to explore limits incrementally and upgrade as needed. @[email protected] and I are working on a dual HPFP solution for N55 cars to push them well into tranny-killer territory without resorting to port/meth injection silliness.

I'll run it on the dyno when the tune has eeked out every drop available, until then the numbers would only represent wasted money.
 

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