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so it's something that even a high quality machine shop would have trouble installing (since they wouldn't have the CNC program)?
with the whole horrible exchange rate and other overheads of...
front subframe won't work iirc, no, it's completely different for the V8.
no, they're really common cars on the street.. VERY, and I know plenty of guys that race them in various restricted series...
But I think that's why the aftermarket isn't great, the timeattack...
the BMW (after)market here is pretty (very) $#@!. I mean, probably one of the worst places in the whole world for it TBH
I doubt it'd be any cheaper to get something custom made like that here.....
well that just dampened my excitement massively for the product then..
because of the bad AUD value right now.. high quality machine work is relatively cheap over here. unless it went back up...
i know - worth it for that thread alone though haha.
i know compared to stock m-sport stuff, BC's are definitely an upgrade (the tops on the front feel a little less solid but you get used to it). $500 sounds like a pretty crazy price.
MCA here just...
you jest and yet...
i guess i'm used to my local shops being extremely kitted out hah.
there's at least a couple of shops in each capital city here that'd be capable (and trustable) of doing it.
Would it really...
hopefully we'll hear more come friday :)
well that just sucks massively for anyone not in the USA or with unlimited pockets.
plenty of other platforms sell it as the product alone -_-
I priced it all up for a similar modification...
yeah, and i'm asking how else are they going to sell it? inserted would be ludicrous.
Re-read my post, I think you misunderstood me.
I know what a block guard is - could be the perfect product...
less exciting but still cool - 1/2" studs too
... how else would they sell it? pre-inserted? how to reduce your potential market to near zero 101??
out of curiosity, how much power are you making off it?
I wouldn't even be mad.
11-20-2015, 09:57 AM
no it's because they're consistent
a dynojet in any part of the world given the same atmospheric conditions with the same car will give for all intents and purposes the SAME reading
FWIW, pretty sure the HPFP is good for something more like 450-500whp on E85 when it's all healthy. maybe slightly more? can't be bothered checking right now
if it could only do it to 300-325,...
by payam you mean fastgti69 ?
damn vacuum based EWG's would be cool.
I prefer the whole concept of them for the most part, especially from a safety standpoint.
pity about the added complexity and cheapness of alternatives.
11-18-2015, 12:53 PM
nah there's been plenty of updates
he's been posting them on the FB groups pretty regularly.. just not here.
that's my thought really
just pure managed to get the right tune in the right conditions first?
damn. gotta wonder what you guys do that the others haven't/can't, to so easily hit that/those numbers!
so heavily modded firmware changes like this effectively have to be vetted by yourself so MHD doesn't reject it?
depends on your power - at a minimum LPFP upgrade
if you want to make a lot of power, port injection
E85 is so much cheaper than MS109 though, if you want to run around at full power a lot,...
11-09-2015, 11:09 PM
What I think most people don't understand is that E85 is only bad for OLD rubber, that's swollen and can dry rot.
Old rubber = swollen with water. Ethanol = Hygroscopic.. E85 + old rubber = broken...