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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Today, 01:56 AM
    Well you can't race without a motor... Sal said it was and they ran into some issues. I'm sure they can run again and again.
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  • Mike_f80nyc's Avatar
    Today, 01:55 AM
    I didnít blow my motor just spon a crank hub and now itís built ready to drop it in Iím not saying f90 m5 should take Sals car who is trying to prove anything? i said on the beginning of this tread that Jb4 was not set up
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Today, 01:51 AM
    Unitronic has a new release for the 2.0 TSI EA888 motor under the hood of the B9 Audi A4, Allroad, A5, and A5 Sportback. This software is OBD-II port flashable with UniConnect+ so you can do it yourself right in your garage. You have the Stage 1 and Stage 1+ options wich differ by octane. The Stage 1 is for 91 and Stage 1+ for 93 octane. Obviously fuel quality has an impact. Stage 1: Stage 1+: Stage 1 hits 303 horsepower and 336 lb-ft of torque. Stage 1+ increases output to 311 horsepower and 346 lb-ft of torque. Just flash at home if you have a 2018 on B9 A4 or S5: Product page: FEATURES Optimized Responsiveness, Smoothness, Drivability, and Comfort Unitronicís ECU calibrations are engineered to improve engine response and reduce low-end lag. Unitronicís Performance Software has gained worldwide recognition and is well known for its broad powerband, with smooth power delivery, maximizing responsiveness and ďarea under the curveĒ, under normal and hard acceleration. Ignition Timing Precisely Calibrated for Higher Octane Fuel Engine calibration optimized to take advantage of higher fuel quality to extract maximum energy from the combustion. Therefore, when using a higher octane fuel, more power and better fuel efficiency will be achieved. Optimized Maximum Output Unitronicís ECU Calibrators deliver the maximum power output while staying within the operational limits of the factory engine and drivetrain components. Specifically, this results in the highest engine performance without sacrificing the reliability of the engine, turbocharger, or other engine and drivetrain components. Factory Safety Limiters Retained OEM ďfail safesĒ are retained within the ECU calibration. Close monitoring of all operation parameters ensures that engine operation stays within factory components limits, resulting in reliability. Power Delivery Perfectly Optimized Throughout the Power Band Aligned with the OEM strategy, the calibration is designed to offer a large flat torque plateau to provide a smooth and linear power band. Maximum torque output is achieved sooner and maintained longer which creates a broader torque plateau and greater area under the curve. This results in an improved acceleration and optimal engine operation. Speed Governor Removed Vehicle speed limiter within ECU is removed. (Subject to transmission rotational speed limit.) Improved Fuel Efficiency Optimized timing and injection in cruising condition allows for an improved fuel efficiency, under normalized driving conditions. Engineered with Strict Industry Standards With over 10 years of experience with Bosch and Siemens engine management systems and calibrations, Unitronic is able to utilize its expertise, industry leading tools and equipment to ensure an optimal calibration; delivering maximum performance, while maintaining complete OEM-like reliability and drivability. Extensively Tested Under Various Driving Conditions Development begins using Unitronicís in-house Maha Chassis dyno housed in an environmentally controlled cell; closely monitoring a plethora of operational data, utilizing industry leading calibration tools and resources. Beta calibrations are then tested in street and track scenarios, using multiple cars under various driving conditions. This engine calibration strategy ensures Unitronic Performance Software delivers maximum performance, OEM-like drivability and reliability anywhere in the world. Unitronic Performance Software is only released to its Clients once development is thoroughly completed in accordance to Unitronicís strict standards.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Today, 01:43 AM
    I don't get why you're talking smack when you blew your motor though? I dig the F80 M3 but come on it's not shocking a Gintani Stage X pulled a JB4 tuned F90 M5 on pump fuel. Even if the F90 M5 was on race gas it would still lose. Are you saying a Gintani Stage X can't bet a JB4 tuned F90? What is your goal exactly or what are you trying to prove?
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  • Mike_f80nyc's Avatar
    Today, 01:36 AM
    Man I don’t even smoke cigarettes not to crack lol both those cars trapped 172+ on stock motor and ps2 high flow turbos only I don’t think he got the sauce for my set up. Maybe he should continue racing cars that go on limp mode with less power and weight 1k lbs more
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Today, 01:16 AM
    Are you smoking crack? No F80 or F82 has gone faster: Shift-S3ctor - NEVER LIFT - 04/29/18 172.22 MPH TKT2SPEED - F80 M3 DCT / F80Paul Paul Johnson tuned for 100% E85 Bootmod3 /Pure Hi flow turbos / CSF intercooler and Heat Exchanger / Fuel it Port injection and LPFP Kit /Max Psi Intake / SSP Upgraded clutch / VRSF Downpipes / Bridgestone Re71R 305/30/19 Rears NoFlyZone CA 11/5/16 172.81 MPH - Steve@Fuel-it / F82 M4 DCT / Pure S2 Turbos / Fuel-It! Platinum PI / Fuel-It! Stage 4 LPFP / JB4 / BM3 flash / Dodson CP / ACFabrications exhaust / CSF intercooler and heat exchanger / R888's / 3 shifts It's slower but still faster than you... just run SalM and let's see?
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Today, 01:11 AM
    The answer to if the M850i is a good handler depends on what you expect out of it. For a heavy all wheel drive GT car to be 8/100's off the Jaguar SVR sports car is an impressive feat. Yet, it also trails the BMW F90 M5 sedan by over a second. That actually points well to the performance to be expected out of the M8. It will certainly top the M5 as it will have slightly more power, slightly less weight, and have a lower center of gravity. The laptime is decent: More important;y, there is no drama to it. The car certainly appears to have a bit of understeer (not a shocker) but the lap almost looks leisurely. Based on this the M8 will stun.
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  • AdminTeam's Avatar
    Today, 12:44 AM
    Hey PF328: :text-welcomewave:
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Today, 12:24 AM
    You may have previously read about EvoSpec's built Porsche 911 Turbo short blocks last month but they launched a new program requiring no core exchange with two stages available. This means you can keep your own block as a spare, sell it, build it on you own, whatever. There are two stages available in 3.8 and 4.0 liter displacements. The Mezger blocks would obviously be jumping up from 3.6 liters while the direct injected motors from the 997.2 generation and on are at 3.8 liters to begin with. They state 4.0 liter blocks can take up to 1800 horsepower and you have a variety of options for the top end of the motor: Hopefully we will see a similar program for the 9A2B6 3.0 down the road.
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:53 PM
    Mercedes-AMG threw people for a loop when they stated the 2019 Mercedes-AMG C43 which receives a bump in output to 385 horsepower and 384 lb-ft of torque has larger turbocharger. AMR Performance later stated the newer C43 M276 V6 in fact utilizes the same turbocharger it always has. Some still believed the Mercedes-AMG claim as why would Mercedes-AMG get their own car wrong? The larger turbocharger comment really should read more boost. AMR delved further into this topic with data testing: So what accounts for the output change? More boost and some ignition timing changes. The boost profile also looks quite a bit different. Thank you to AMR Performance for providing this data and further research on the topic.
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  • AdminTeam's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:36 PM
    Welcome to a real enthusiast forum Akeel3.
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  • ///MPOSTER's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:34 PM
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    Yesterday, 10:33 PM
    For some reason i can’t seem to find any of my 10mm wrenches....
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  • AdminTeam's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:08 PM
    Welcome to a real enthusiast forum Dilution.
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    Yesterday, 09:18 PM
    Hey Strykn_Fox: :text-welcomewave:
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  • fairbird's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:33 PM
    Awesome vid !
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  • richpike's Avatar
    Yesterday, 07:34 PM
    M4 a manual too? Looked like they struggled with shifting. -Rich
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  • Sticky's Avatar
    Yesterday, 07:11 PM
    Good early results as tuned Porsche 991.2 9A2B6 3.0's are finally getting out to dragstrips. This is an Australian car with a Cobb 991.2 GTS tune, Vektor headers, AMS intercoolers, IPD Plenum, BMC filter, and Akrapovic rear section with sport cats running on 93 octane (although the owner claims to also run E85 so assume high octane) fuel. This is the first recorded 130+ mile per hour trap speed on the platform and the larger GTS turbos are obviously showing their advantage in the top end compared to the S and base Carreras: The Vektor headers are also clearly providing some top end punch as well. For those who doubted getting 991.2 Turbo level performance out of the base 991.2 Carreras, well, this result should change your mind. Now to see how far into the 10's the platform will push on stock turbo housings if owners actually get out to dragstrips rather than worrying about their warranty on forums.
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  • SoFlaZ06's Avatar
    Yesterday, 05:07 PM
    Hellcat: 6MT, Exhaust, pulley, Tune M4: bolt ons, E85, MHD tune
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