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Old 04-21-2003, 11:29 PM   #31
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yes i know that!!

but i asked if hes gonna do a dyno run and e46_lover said "i beleive u have to to get the a/f ratio"

so wat, he doesnt have the right a/f ratio or wa....like wtf is he (e46_lover) trying to tell me???
I think what Jon meant is that 89325i should dyno his car not only to see the hp/torque gain, but to see how his A/F ratio is running through the whole rpm band.

It's safer to measure it with the dyno rather than slapping on an A/F guage and assuming that it's running correctly without dyno'ing the car at the same time.

And plus even if you install a bolt on FI system it doesn't mean that everything will run fine, even if the advertistment claims that it will. You still need to dyno to car to see if everything is alright.
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Old 04-21-2003, 11:32 PM   #32
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I think what Jon meant is that 89325i should dyno his car not only to see the hp/torque gain, but to see how his A/F ratio is running through the whole rpm band.

It's safer to measure it with the dyno rather than slapping on an A/F guage and assuming that it's running correctly without dyno'ing the car at the same time.

And plus even if you install a bolt on FI system it doesn't mean that everything will run fine, even if the advertistment claims that it will. You still need to dyno to car to see if everything is alright.
thanks man, you saved my lazy ass from a lot of typing
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Old 04-22-2003, 04:20 AM   #33
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I think what Jon meant is that 89325i should dyno his car not only to see the hp/torque gain, but to see how his A/F ratio is running through the whole rpm band.

It's safer to measure it with the dyno rather than slapping on an A/F guage and assuming that it's running correctly without dyno'ing the car at the same time.

And plus even if you install a bolt on FI system it doesn't mean that everything will run fine, even if the advertistment claims that it will. You still need to dyno to car to see if everything is alright.
oh ok i see what he was trying to say...

thanx for clearing that up
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Old 04-22-2003, 11:25 PM   #34
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Old 04-26-2003, 12:50 AM   #35
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My car is running good. I got my water injection kit in, so i hope to put that in sunday. I also got my new wheels, and tires in. I got SSR competitons, and Kumho 712's. I wanted to get the Yokahama AVS's, but they didn't have the size i wanted available. I'll take some new pics when i get everything installed.
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Old 04-28-2003, 08:06 AM   #36
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Very nice car indeed! I was going to do up the M10 equipped 320i I had but stumbled onto the 88 BMW 735iL I have now and have lots in store for it including a custom turbo setup down the road. Your link t the manifold manufacturer, and other sites is a huge help, as I only knew of Stahl Headers who "MIGHT" take on making such a header for my m30 engine.

Good luck with your turbo, and if you need any other help let me know as I have a lil bit of experience to say the least with all sorts of turbo setups acroos a wide range of cars, both european and asian market autos.

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Old 04-28-2003, 05:09 PM   #37
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where did you get the water injection system?
I'm in the market for one, and am not sure which system to go for.
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Old 04-28-2003, 11:29 PM   #38
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I got thw aquamist from www.3sxperformance.com. I installed it Sunday, but its not working, and i don't know why because its very easy to install.
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Old 04-29-2003, 12:34 AM   #39
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Hers the rims i got SSR competitions, and Kumho 712's. Pictures aren't the best quality but you get the the idea. This wheel, and tire combo weighs 8 pounds lighter each then the BBS combo. I probably like the way the black BBS wheels look better, but these have better performance.
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Hi very good work !
What does the vortech FMU exactly ?
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Old 06-19-2003, 12:36 AM   #41
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please dont tell me you got rid of those wheels, cause they look sooooooo good on your car. and that turbo is sick, i highly respect a beautiful e30 that has a turbo m20 insted of the Now boring M50
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Old 06-19-2003, 02:17 AM   #42
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89325i, what clutch are you using? I'm trying to piece together all the parts to turbo my 2ltr m20. How many kms had your motor done before you fitted the turbo?

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