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    Yesterday, 10:47 PM
    Welcome Mpower04, take a look around, I think you will like what you see.
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    Yesterday, 10:13 PM
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    Welcome to a real enthusiast forum E92chris.
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    Yesterday, 02:50 PM
    Is it too hard to get design cues from this car above?
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    Yesterday, 01:45 PM
    This is a hell of a sleeper or at least as much of a sleeper as an Audi S8 can be. Do not forget, in theory you can turn an Audi A8 4.0 TFSI into something similar with the SRM GTX3071 based turbo upgrade which would be quite the tuning bargain. The transmission is said to be upgraded and set to shift at 7200 rpm. How is this being done? You would need to ask RTM Performance. Mods: - Transmission Modification RPM 7200 - SRM GTX3071 Turbochargers - High Pressure Fuel Pump - High Flow Intercooler Pump and Intercooler System - APR Downpipes The numbers are insane: Race gas is necessary to top 800 at all four wheels but you get the idea. The dyno is a Dyno Dynamics and since those can read all over the place hopefully we get some more dyno testing for context. The SRM 4.0 TFSI V8 turbo upgrade sure seems to be working well.
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    Yesterday, 01:01 PM
    Welcome 9exx, take a look around, I think you will like what you see.
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    Yesterday, 01:01 PM
    That's definitely impulse buy as we got together for small party before Lunar New Year. Definitely have had cheaper bottles and better.
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    Yesterday, 12:28 PM
    Syvecs is wasting no time rolling out applications for their new S7 standalone ECU range. The Mercedes-AMG M156 and M159 6.2 liter naturally aspirated V8's are getting attention owners looking to get the most from their setups should be intrigued. Syvecs allows for completely new variable traction control which includes boost by gear which should interest those with forced induction applications. We are talking flex fuel, rolling anti-lag, map switching, logging, TCU tuning, etc. This is for big boy setups and taking your AMG V8 to the next level. Want a rundown of the features? • Live Tuning of every aspect of the engine’s calibration • Live Tuning of Torque Control to adjusting Clutch Clamping and Shift points • Ability to select desired engine map, boost level, traction and launch control levels through 12 Position external switch or via OEM Cruise Buttons • 16 Injector Support with X10 Expander • Full Variable Valve Timing control • Cruise Control • Fully functional with every other control module on the Car • Supercharger Bypass Control Option • Adjustable Launch control with Anti-lag strategies and Ramp in Maps • Dual Closed loop Lambda Control using OEM Sensors • Flex Fuel control • Rolling Antilag • Fully adjustable closed loop boost control with launch level adjustments and trims for turbo speed, air charge, engine coolant temp, exhaust gas temperatures etc • Monitor and trimming of exhaust gas temperatures • Built in data logging using a market leading analysis software of up to 8 hours, with data rates at up to 1000hz • Antitheft and valet modes • Super fast connection via RJ45 Ethernet port for live tuning anywhere in the world or evenremotely if on track if connected to a wireless unit. • Adjustable traction control strategies based on lateral g, GPS Speed and/or individual wheel speed monitoring. • 4 programmable and selectable target slip maps. An immediate torque reduction can be applied by the ECU via ignition retard or a fuel cut. • Configurable Engine Safety Trips on all important parameters like oil temperature, oil pressure. • Fuel pump control of both main, as well as Relative fuel pressure monitoring and limiting in the event of fuel pressure dropping on boost. • 4 different Pedal to Throttle Angle maps with multipliers for different parameters e.g. speed. Again adjustable via steering wheel buttons • Configurable individual cylinder closed loop knock control, to suit any cylinder modification with adjustments to frequency, windows for listening and gains for each cylinder. Ability to trigger full cylinder shutdown in severe knock conditions. • Ability to change Torque ramp in after launch • Run up to 7bar map sensors • Change injector dead times based on voltage levels for proper control • Change injector end angle to ensure injection point is properly calibrated • Ability to fit any type of external sensor to monitor and trigger safety trips from anything from crank case pressure to damper position • Ability to use any size DBW throttle body e.g. Chevrolet LS7 • Wet and Dry – Wet and Dry nitrous control with ability to drive solenoids directly and control n20 heaters via pressure monitoring • Ability to control any external vehicle features based on sensor inputs e.g. Adjustable rear wing linked to G force or exhaust control valves • Connect any race series dash or even one of our partners’ Touchscreen CANBUS adjustment /display units • View any input live with built in scope up to 1000hz • And much, much more! Q) Do you control the OEM VVT A) Yes, this is adjustable via Variable Valve timing calibrations, Can Change Intake and Exhaust Cam Targets Q) Can we use this Kit when the engine is fitted in another car which doesn't need canbus A) Yes, the dealer would need to do the car side of the wiring for the kit though like 12v, pedal signal, fuel pump control etc Q) Can you adjust the launch? A) Yes, its fully adjustable in stage and after also where a limiter can be set based on Time or Speed Q) Can you alter the clutch pressures? A) Yes, by adjusting the torque values sent to the Trans ECU we can change the amount of applied pressure Q) Do you supply a base map for the kit? A) Yes, as with all our kits we supply a very good base calibration to get everything working for you. This will be supplied via your Syvecs dealer. Q) How do we change calibrations? A) This is done via the OEM Steering wheel Cruise buttons, Up is Cal Up, Down is Cal Down, Pulling back is Cal Overide for rolling antilag OR via a external 12way switch Q) What of the original OEM features will now not work? A) None, even cruise control works but it doesn’t allow you to adjust speed on the stalk, only clamp a speed. Q) Does the Ecu Support Forced Induction if i Turbo Charge the engine A) Yes it does, although would need to change the OEM Map sensor for a larger scaled sensor like one of our 5bar sensors and a Boost solenoid to control the boost pressure
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    Yesterday, 11:27 AM
    Dear lord...
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    Yesterday, 11:23 AM
    This is a turbo kit that Boost Logic announced a while ago claiming some huge numbers. That was way back in 2016 and PorscheBoost called Boost Logic out asking where the proof was. Well, we're into 2019 but Boost Logic finally backed up their output claims. And the numbers are mighty big: 900hp for a stock motor and very quick spool 1100hp for upgraded clutch and built motor 1300hp for upgraded clutch and built motor 1500+hp for the all out build Here is a stock internal 991 Turbo graph showing 929 wheel horsepower and 752 lb-ft of wheel torque: Now, the fuel system details are not provided but obviously the turbo hardware is just one part of the kit. You have to be able to fuel it and have a tuner who can extract the numbers safely. Speaking of which, absolutely incredible stock internal 991 Turbo numbers and to the knowledge of PorscheBoost.com the highest hit on the stock motor. Is this achieved on a RWD converted car? Now check out the built motor numbers: An astounding 1141 wheel horsepower and 909 lb-ft of wheel torque. The numbers can go higher than that as the turbos are apparently good for 1500+ but will require other supporting modifications. Definitely a hell of a kit and worth ditching the VTG turbos for. This turbo kit comes complete with the following: Boost Logic Signature Gold Coated Manifolds Tial External Wastegates Custom Provision for adapting OEM style Intercooler Piping Boost Logic Mandrel Bent Aluminum Intake Piping to Factory Airbox or Boost Logic Intake Kit Boost Logic Billet Exhaust Adapter to Bolt to OEM or OEM Style Exhaust System Boost Logic Billet CNC Oil and Water Line Adapters with Custom Heat Shielding Clamps and Hardware Needed for Installation
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    Yesterday, 10:51 AM
    Yes, this is a GPS time and not a timeslip but the time is so remarkable it deserves the attention it is getting. This is an improvement on the run that was posted from this same TT-RS a few days ago which showed a 10.00 on the dot. A 9-second pass was inevitable: The mod list did not change: This is pretty much a street setup as the interior is not stripped although an argument can certainly be made that those Hoosiers are not daily rubber. Still, they are street legal. Just mind bending numbers from the 2.5 TFSI EVO EA555
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    Yesterday, 10:32 AM
    Great results here from a BMW F90 M5 S63TU2 twin turbo 4.4 liter V8 on the TPG Tuning Mustang dyno. All this F90 M5 has is Stage I ECU dyno tune (carbon filters were removed) through the OBD-II port on 93 octane pump fuel. You will notice the torque peak comes in at roughly 3000 rpm so you could definitely say the F90 M5 is tuned for torque off the line: Even though torque does drop off toward redline power grows until 6400 rpm. There is not much of a point revving out past the power peak as torque nose dives. It certainly is a stout motor with plenty of area under the curve but obviously a vastly different curve from classic M's. This thing will be a terror at a stoplight and there is plenty of punch up top to go with it. Just make sure you shift it at 6500 rpm and not 7000 rpm on the stock turbos...
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    Yesterday, 10:15 AM
    Before you get too excited note Porsche has a 718 rally car built by Porsche to compete under FIA R-GT regulations for the 2020 season. This is in addition to a GT4 Clubsport for the roadcourse. The good news is Porsche is utilizing the GT3's naturally aspirated flat-6 in the 718 Cayman chassis in multiple applications meaning a street car is likely. This essentially gives factory credence to all those GT3 flat-6 into the 718 Boxster/Cayman rumors. Treat these cars like a demo for a street GT4 with the same powerplant. Porsche more or less confirms that this rally car is based on a GT4 Clubsport: Would Porsche invest in two 718 variants for racing without a street version to parlay all that development into? Doubtful. Concept Single-seater, near-standard production-based race car, not road homologated Engine Aluminium six-cylinder mid-positioned boxer engine with rigid mounting 3,800 cc; stroke 77.5 mm, bore 102 mm Max. power: 313 kW (425 hp) at 7,500 rpm Max. rpm: 7,800 rpm Max. torque: 425 Nm at 6,600 rpm Compression ratio: 12.5:1 Racing optimised water cooling with thermal management for engine and gearbox Four-valve technology with adjustable camshaft phasing and variable valve timing VarioCam Plus Fuel quality: Super Plus unleaded, minimum 98 octane Racing optimised electronic engine management (Continental SDI 9) Integrated dry sump lubrication 100-cell metal catalytic converter complying with DMSB specifications Transmission Rear wheel drive 6-speed PDK gearbox with rigid suspension and electronic control unit optimised for racing Reinforced dual mass flywheel Internal pressure oil lubrication with active oil cooling Differential lock optimised for racing Bodywork Lightweight body in aluminium-steel composite construction Welded-in roll cage, certified according to FIA Art. 277 Front bonnet with quick release fasteners Rear hood with quick release fasteners Fixed rear wing with “swan neck” mount made of natural-fibre composite materials, including the sideblades, black aluminium wing supports with integrated carbon fibre Gurney flap Driver and co-driver doors of natural-fibre composite materials Roof including escape hatch, certified according to FIA Art. 275a Recaro race bucket seat with longitudinal adjustment and padding system, adjustable to the individual needs of the drivers (in accordance with FIA Standard 8862/2009 – the latest FIA requirements) Three-piston air jack system (“Competition”) Pre-installed mounting points for three-piston air jack system (“Trackday”) Provision for safety net FIA-certified towing loops, front and rear Motorsport centre console with enhanced functionality and adapted usability Six-point safety harness 115-litre FT3 safety fuel cell with “Fuel Cut Off” safety valve complying with FIA regulations (“Competition”) 80-litre FT3 safety fuel cell with “Fuel Cut Off” safety valve complying with FIA regulations (“Trackday”) Suspension Front axle: MacPherson suspension strut, adjustable in height, camber and track Forged suspension links: optimised stiffness, double shear mounting, high-performance spherical bearings 5-bolt wheel hubs Racing 3-way shock absorbers with rebound and 2-stage compression adjustment, high and low speed (“Competition”) Fixed shock absorbers (“Trackday”) Electromechanical power steering with variable steering ratio Anti-roll bar, 3-hole design Rear axle: MacPherson suspension strut, adjustable in height, camber and track Forged suspension links: optimised stiffness, double shear mounting, high-performance spherical bearings 5-bolt wheel hubs Racing 3-way shock absorbers with rebound and 2-stage compression adjustment, high and low speed (“Competition”) Fixed shock absorbers (“Trackday”) Adjustable blade-type anti-roll bar Brake system Front axle: Aluminium, mono-bloc six-piston racing callipers with “Anti Knock Back” piston springs Steel brake discs, multi-piece, ventilated and grooved, 380 mm diameter Racing brake pads Brake balance adjustment via a balance bar system (“Competition”) Brake booster (“Trackday”) Rear axle: Aluminium, mono-bloc four-piston racing callipers with “Anti Knock Back” piston springs Steel brake discs, multi-piece, ventilated and grooved, 380 mm diameter Racing brake pads Brake balance adjustment via a balance bar system (“Competition”) Brake booster (“Trackday”) Electrics COSWORTH instrument cluster ICD with integrated data logger Upgraded fault diagnosis with PIWIS motorsport tester Porsche Track Precision Race App Integrated lap trigger via GPS signal Electronic throttle system Lightweight lithium-ion (LiFePo) battery, 60 Ah, leak-proof, mounted in passenger footwell (“Competition”) Battery 12 V, 70 Ah (AGM), leak-proof, mounted in passenger footwell (“Trackday”) Emergency cut-off switch in cockpit and outside left of the windscreen Driving stability system PSM (Porsche Stability Management) with ABS, traction Control (TC) and Electronic Stability Control (ESC), able to be completely deactivated Tyre pressure monitoring system (TPMS) Central fire extinguishing system in accordance with FIA regulations (“Competition”) Handheld fire extinguisher (“Trackday”) Air conditioning Electric wing mirror adjustment Multifunctional CFRP motorsport steering wheel with pit speed limiter and quick release coupling (“Competition”) Multifunctional motorsport steering wheel with pit speed limiter (“Trackday”) Centre console with map switch to adjust the ABS, ESC, TC and switch between preset tyre circumferences Weight/dimensions Total weight: 1,320 kg Total length: 4,456 mm Total width: 1,778 mm Total height: 1,238 mm Wheelbase: 2,456 mm Rims/Tyres Front axle: One-piece light-alloy forged wheels in new weight-optimised rim design, 9J x 18 offset 28 with 5-bolt mounting Delivered with Michelin transportation tyres, dimension: 25/64-18 Michelin slick/wet tyres, dimension: 25/64-18 Rear axle: One-piece light-alloy forged wheel in new weight-optimised rim design, 10.5J x 18.5 offset 53 with 5-bolt mounting Delivered with Michelin transportation tyres, dimension: 27/68-18 Michelin slick/wet tyres, dimension: 27/68-18 Colours Water-based paint Exterior: white C9A Interior: white filler-coat, without lacquer Delivery From February 2019
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    Yesterday, 03:18 AM
    All PM's replied :)
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    Yesterday, 02:13 AM
    Welcome to a real enthusiast forum onelatino.
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