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M57 The M57....BMW's best kept secret

Discussion in 'B57, N57, M57' started by ccbsecu, Dec 21, 2017.

  1. M&M'S

    M&M'S Lurker

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    very interesting thread , in france we love the M57 engine a friend have one page of mapping " http://bmwmapping.eu "

    we have a few 335d full modded : R90 HPFP and 2000b mod injection , Catless DFP delete downpipes , hybrid turbo KP26 hybrid and KP39 hybrid , FMIC , swirl delete , egr removal , and make 470 WHP and 960-1000nm (710-740 Ft/lbs) , working and few new mods on this engine , but the m57 head is very restrictive , have some new hybrid turbos in development (the turbo look like a garrett GT35 adapted to the KP26 turbine core.
     
  2. ccbsecu

    ccbsecu Corporal

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    5B3073B3-50F8-4D9F-A99F-078C303FEC95.jpeg AD4E3460-B239-4FFA-9BCB-B3227F1FE67A.jpeg 825B2CD2-0854-4232-B84A-EE8B614F6C66.jpeg A little update...rods are done!!

    Pistons are in process!
     
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  3. Datrem-Auto

    Datrem-Auto New Member

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    That motor will definetly be THE MOST POWERFUL of all M57.

    Great work !!
     
  4. doublespaces

    doublespaces Administrator

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    Yeah buddy! This is what I'm talking about. Its about time someone around here can make over 800whp more than once.
     
  5. fmorelli

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    Nah nah ... we want torque!

    Filippo
     
  6. ccbsecu

    ccbsecu Corporal

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    Well....a bit of both is nice :imp:
     
  7. doublespaces

    doublespaces Administrator

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    Go buy a tractor!
     
  8. fmorelli

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    I have a 7.3 powerstroke in the driveway. It's about as tractor as one can get ...

    Filippo
     
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  9. Tiago

    Tiago New Member

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    Finally i find someone putting their hands inside the M57

    I will soon to replace the timing chain of my 35d engine (272hp version) due to mileage. At the same time i plan to put ARP head studs from WPI, stronger valves springs from bimmertune (+30% stronger), 286hp version intake valves (27.4mm vs 25.9mm) and ported head job.

    My goal is true 500hp on straight diesel. My current level is at 440hp and 850nm with just bolt-ons: hybrid turbos, wagner intercooler with 63.5mm full piping and custom exhaust (76mm from turbo to rear axle and then 2x 63.5mm - M5 exhaust rear end style).

    Do you know other places that sell arp studs and spring valves?
     
  10. ccbsecu

    ccbsecu Corporal

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    WPI sells both the studs and can source Hamilton Springs.
     
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  11. ccbsecu

    ccbsecu Corporal

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    06565D73-5BCA-4870-8AB6-8F505B260CF8.png 00915E07-36B7-4FD6-A656-A5151593BF63.jpeg 8D9DCF3F-813D-4D5A-99EC-436EBE182984.jpeg Just a little update - the steel pistons are a step closer to reality.
     
  12. doublespaces

    doublespaces Administrator

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    So @Whitbread is custom designing you pistons?!
     
  13. ccbsecu

    ccbsecu Corporal

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    Yes :D With some help from a couple others...
     
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