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Old 06-04-2006, 08:54 AM   #16
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I thought you need a gt1 to dyno the E46 M3's. Where is this place located? Thanx Vlad.

P.S Why are you guys up so early?
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Old 06-04-2006, 08:57 AM   #17
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Mark, it was at the tailpipe, I dont think I have that bung anymore since I installed longer headers and my cats were cut.
I'm sure it was wideband, since that place only does dyno tuning.
My O2 sensor is a zirconia O2 sensor which is placed in the tailpipe.

The other type of ( electrochemical sensor ) is also a wideband sensor but a sampling tube sucks up some exhaust and then brings it into contact with the sensor about 15 feet from the tailpipe, introducing a delay. I assume they have the zirconia type then but wanted to be sure.

Here is some info on the two types:

http://www.illinoisinstruments.com/oxygen-sensor.html


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Old 06-04-2006, 09:00 AM   #18
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I thought you need a gt1 to dyno the E46 M3's. Where is this place located? Thanx Vlad.

P.S Why are you guys up so early?

You don't need a GT-1 to dyno an E46 M3. I can get it to rev up to 8K or so either by modifying the software or another method.

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Old 06-04-2006, 09:04 AM   #19
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I thought you need a gt1 to dyno the E46 M3's. Where is this place located? Thanx Vlad.

P.S Why are you guys up so early?
What the hell is GT1?
Its on Keele and Lawrence.

Cause some of us still didnt go to sleep
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Old 06-04-2006, 09:05 AM   #20
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My O2 sensor is a zirconia O2 sensor which is placed in the tailpipe.

The other type of ( electrochemical sensor ) is also a wideband sensor but a sampling tube sucks up some exhaust and then brings it into contact with the sensor about 15 feet from the tailpipe, introducing a delay. I assume they have the zirconia type then but wanted to be sure.

Here is some info on the two types:

http://www.illinoisinstruments.com/oxygen-sensor.html


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Mark from what I remember it was a big box, kinda like on that website.
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Old 06-04-2006, 09:06 AM   #21
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You don't need a GT-1 to dyno an E46 M3. I can get it to rev up to 8K or so either by modifying the software or another method.

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So it's rev thing Fabio is worring about?
When we were there they were dyno tuning a civic, I was told it reved to 10,000 rpms, so 8k shouldnt be a problem
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Old 06-04-2006, 09:13 AM   #22
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Why not?
He dynoed my car at 11:30pm and there were more cars comming in. I dont think that place ever closes.
$60 with AFR reading.
its actually 80 for 3 runs with afr readings, 60 for 2 runs, and yes they do e46's they do all cars, they had a red e46 S/C (wonder who that was).
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Old 06-04-2006, 09:14 AM   #23
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GT-1 is the diagnostic software used by BMW
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Old 06-04-2006, 09:15 AM   #24
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So it's rev thing Fabio is worring about?
When we were there they were dyno tuning a civic, I was told it reved to 10,000 rpms, so 8k shouldnt be a problem

The problem is that an E46 BMW M3 will only rev to 6000 or so if the DME (ECU) sees that the front wheels are not moving. The GT-1 is a diagnostic tool used by BMW, you can tell the ECU to allow the motor to rev higher during a dyno test.

Did you go to Yoshi's dyno? He mainly tunes ricer cars.

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woot i just realized i made almost 302 lol i thought it was 300
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Old 06-04-2006, 09:19 AM   #26
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The problem is that an E46 BMW M3 will only rev to 6000 or so if the DME (ECU) sees that the front wheels are not moving. The GT-1 is a diagnostic tool used by BMW, you can tell the ECU to allow the motor to rev higher during a dyno test.

Did you go to Yoshi's dyno? He mainly tunes ricer cars.
ohhhhhhh had no idea.
well I guess Fab should call them to find out.


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Old 06-04-2006, 10:13 AM   #27
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The problem is that an E46 BMW M3 will only rev to 6000 or so if the DME (ECU) sees that the front wheels are not moving.
that's awesome. every model gets closer and closer to AI...or something of that sort.
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Old 06-04-2006, 12:12 PM   #28
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Those are great numbers guys, gotta love the linear accel on the s/c, and the added few horse on the turbo
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Old 06-04-2006, 12:34 PM   #29
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The gt1 tool is $60,000 so not to many people have it. To my understanding E46 M3's need this tool to get dynoed. When I dynoed the E46 M3 last, The guys at Cross ave brought there gt1 tool to the dyno for me. But I didn't get a A/F reading. I don't feel like driving down there everytime I mod my car. (I got 2 more things in mind ) I hope to be alittle over 550HP at the crank/ 460rwhp.
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both cars need some fine tuning...........
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