Thanks Tiago, and thanks for your support thus far.Looks great man, can't wait to see this progress!
Sick! PM me a link if you have one for your build!I just did a quad projector retro on my car and used info from your hidplanet postings, big props E. Anytime I think I'm cutting a corner with my car work I think about the details on this wagon lol.
#DetailsMatter #SaveTheDetailsVery nice build thread! Some serious attention to detail here.
So what you gonna do for fueling now?Thanks for the kind words! Prost! Glad to know the build threads don't go unappreciated!
My engine had 105,000 miles (~170,000km) but only ran the Hexons for about 5,000 miles before the motor blew and yes, I believe the issue was supplemental fuel system and a misfire. I was running throttle body injection instead of port injection.
TBI is great for what it is but far from ideal for accurate fuel distribution. I will be running a Evolution of Speed PI manifold in conjunction with some upgraded Fuel-It lines + ethanol sensor. My LPFP is still a Fuel it Stg2 (single Walboro 450) but after the wagon is up and running well I will build a custom dual LPFP setup which will enable me to run full E85 on my hybrids.So what you gonna do for fueling now?
I Think TBI is not the best, cause the fuel gets not seperated even? Was your Flash based on TBI? So you tick it off as unlucky accident with Connection to the "high" milage?
Progress is being made, sit tight.Evan - jones'n for an update. What's been going on?
Thank youTruly outstanding work on this project!
Keep it up man, truly an amazing looking ride!
No, I have been putting good miles on my buddies 6466 335xi and the big singles are not for me on a daily driven car, I need faster spool. That being said I would LOVE a big ST 2JZ as a weekend/ rip your face off/ racing car but twins offer enough power to meet my goals and the spool is fantastic.Hi Evan,
Long time... I see some progress since I read your thread on 5series forum, very nice !
I don't remember where but found some info that you're planning to go single snail, is that true?
I have certainly spent money but considering all the modifications, parts, and labor I am getting things done at a fraction of what it would normally cost.Just checked back in. I don't know how much of a penny you spent on all the parts but, man... you are truly bringing that thing to life!