N54 Record Books

Jun 4, 2017
13
#2
Does vargas have the 1/2 mile at 173.68? Im curious who has it. So i know what to shoot for :)
 

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800HP Club (N54)
Platinum Vendor
Oct 24, 2016
561
Scottsdale, AZ
#3
I believe there is a guy from Germany who holds the standing record (for now). Our 173.x is an American record (also... for now).
 

pipe7284

New Member
May 7, 2017
5
#4
Dynojet numbers:

PTE6466 on stg2 lpfp ONLY.....677whp at 22psi
PTE6466 on stg 3 lpfp and vtt double shotgun 730whp at 26psi
 

veer90

700HP Club (N54)
Nov 16, 2016
733
West Nyack, NY
#5
Dynojet numbers:

PTE6466 on stg2 lpfp ONLY.....677whp at 22psi
PTE6466 on stg 3 lpfp and vtt double shotgun 730whp at 26psi
Good numbers but power records should only be by turbo size nothing else.

There's a lot of variables for supplying the fuel for a given power level, not to mention you aren't limited to one fuel type.

If you divide it up by fueling you'll get a bunch of "records" - 6466 E85 PI, 6466 E85 double shotgun, 6466 93 + meth, 6466 MS109, etc etc.
 
Sep 6, 2018
32
#6
Dynojet numbers:

PTE6466 on stg2 lpfp ONLY.....677whp at 22psi
PTE6466 on stg 3 lpfp and vtt double shotgun 730whp at 26psi

PTE6466 on stg2 lpfp ONLY.....677whp at 22psi

did you mean, stg2 lpfp only, with out meth and PI ? so what kind of fuel gas ?

thank you . hope could reply in details , i am doing same single
 
Aug 7, 2018
15
Peoria, IL
#7
Good numbers but power records should only be by turbo size nothing else.

There's a lot of variables for supplying the fuel for a given power level, not to mention you aren't limited to one fuel type.

If you divide it up by fueling you'll get a bunch of "records" - 6466 E85 PI, 6466 E85 double shotgun, 6466 93 + meth, 6466 MS109, etc etc.
I going to make my own class. Going after the quickest 1/4 mile stock 6MT gear shift knob record.

Seriously though. I'm new to this forum and seems to be a lot more info here than where I came from (and I've been MIA for awhile so that doesn't help). Do any of these records meet say NHRA/IHRA or other sanctioning bodies rules based on their location and times they are running for drag racing? It doesn't matter whether they are or not and I'm not discrediting anyone's times, a 9 is a 9 and a 10 is a 10.....just genuinely curious as it takes a lot to become legal from an NHRA/IHRA perspective for someone running 9's or 10's.
 

Torgus

Lieutenant
Nov 6, 2016
759
Boston
#8
just genuinely curious as it takes a lot to become legal from an NHRA/IHRA perspective for someone running 9's or 10's.
I thought you just had to make your run at an accredited track with official timing equipment etc? Which is why people question the middle east times as the track, iirc, is not accredited. Which makes their records suspect.
 

mao76

New Member
Jan 23, 2019
4
#9
hi I'm new to this group, I'm a bit inexperienced, I could know a n54 that holds without opening the engine having a certain margin of reliability? I would have over 600hp
 
Aug 7, 2018
15
Peoria, IL
#10
I thought you just had to make your run at an accredited track with official timing equipment etc? Which is why people question the middle east times as the track, iirc, is not accredited. Which makes their records suspect.
Not sure. This is new to me but the domestic guys seem to put a lot of time and $$$ meeting regs even if they aren't competing. Either way, doesn't matter to me. I'd rather make sure the ASSet along for the ride is safe so an NHRA approved cage is getting installed next month.
 
#11
Ill be going for that title this year as well @SJ_1989!!! Best of luck to you!!

Going to try to do it with all bmw parts as well, no 8.8 swap! Goal one day is to run a 10.5 one day with it on stock motor and trans
 

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