N54 FBO demon child!

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  1. Adil

    Adil New Member

    So 335i e90 running 11.6 quarter mile 117 trap speed 60ft 1.6

    Trying to get out of the hole better any idea??
     

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  2. Abrad2912

    Abrad2912 New Member

    What tires are you running?
     
  3. Adil

    Adil New Member

    Running Hoosiers 28x10x17
     

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  4. What is done to the car currently? We would be better equipped to give you some tips if we had more info ;)
     
  5. From the looks of the numbers, I am guessing he is a FBO, stock turbo, auto, and a mix of e85 or on meth.

    A 1.6 60' is really solid and will prove very difficult to improve on due to the limitations of the stock trans... I am still stuck launching in 2nd at about 2300 (stock converter) as first pushes through the lights w Hoosiers. :/

    Your best bet is to remove some weight in the car. Passenger and rear seats are worth about 160lbs.

    Good luck!
     
  6. Any one interested in sharing their current drag wheel specs or manufacturer of the wheel? I'm interested in getting a strip only setup and am curious as to what everyone dragging goes with.

    Also, I believe AD-E offers a small rear brake kit in order to fit a 15-16" wheel. I would think the greater sidewall would give you more flex for launch, and could possibly improve your 60' time as well.
     
  7. Turby

    Turby Specialist

    Not sure how racecar you would like to go but weight is a factor, those seats Front and rear are heavy if you have the rear folding seats. Running open downpipe on the stock turbos will save you weight and net you higher traps as well.
     
  8. Snelson3003

    Snelson3003 Corporal Vendor

    If you want to nail 11's youll need more power. Or like 600lbs weight savings.
     
  9. Turby

    Turby Specialist

    Get a fuel pump, run e60 and get a custom tune and that should help a lot as well
     
  10. Adil

    Adil New Member

    That's my goal rear seats are out on my e90, my stage 3 fuel pump and new HPFP going in now, doing a rear brake kit to fit 15inch welds on Et street see if I can do any better on e60. Honestly is it a big difference e40 e60 power wise??
     
  11. Turby

    Turby Specialist

    Not that big of a difference honestly but I know the mhd e40 map only hits 18psi, since you have inlets as well i would get a tune for 21psi or whatever you're comfortable with since your turbos have no problem breathing now, but you'll need a tmap sensor to go higher than 21.5 i believe. After e60 and more psi your car will feel and be a lot faster.
     
  12. Adil

    Adil New Member

    Well I have the 3.5 tmap sensor peak is 22psi on e40
     
  13. Idahospool

    Idahospool Specialist

    I run the e60 map and i peak around 17.5psi. Still have the stock map sensor, can't imagine that would change target boost though. Interesting, what version of the e40 map are u running?
     
  14. Adil

    Adil New Member

    I'm running e40 v.5 haven't changed to the new version! I can send you my logs a lot of people don't believe me lmfao I just show them my logs.
     
  15. Idahospool

    Idahospool Specialist

    Hahaha no i believe u. Makes sense that the v5 maps runs more boost. My 3.5 bar sensor is on its way, gonna have to try the older map
     
  16. 08_335i

    08_335i Sergeant

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    2008 ST 335i
    I take it from the name you're from somewhere in Idaho?
     
  17. Idahospool

    Idahospool Specialist

    Sure am, u?
     
  18. doublespaces

    doublespaces Administrator

    AZ
    2009 E93 335i
    I lived in nampa for a short while on the caldwell blvd. Grew up in eastern oregon, lived in walla walla for a period of time, now I'm in AZ.
     
  19. Idahospool

    Idahospool Specialist

    Nice, im in Caldwell and work in Boise. How u like AZ. How are ur intake air temps? Hopefully lots of e85 stations down there
     
  20. doublespaces

    doublespaces Administrator

    AZ
    2009 E93 335i
    They are the hottest in the country. They are removing e85 and switching to e54. Sad.
     

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