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Island Automotive Chat Victoria to Port Hardy and everything in between
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Old 04-03-2009, 10:04 AM   #1
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DYNO Results for the Haters - 443.47rwhp and 429.53lb ft of torque at 21psi.

I moved to Edmonton a couple years ago, but I thought I'd post my dyno chart for the non believers. lol.

A big thank you goes out to Horsepower Solutions, Edmonton, for the Dyno time. Great guys to deal with.

I made 443.47hp and 429.53lb ft of torque at 21psi, at the rear wheels. We had to stop because I couldn't figure out how to disable the overboost protection in megasquirt... now that I have that solved, I'll be returning to do a 25psi run. The timing also needs to be tuned.





For more details, check out the cardomain:
http://www.cardomain.com/ride/2949110

Here is a poor quality video of one pull, but it wasn't the peak power pull.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e_zOxhhUqEs

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Old 04-03-2009, 10:16 AM   #2
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mmmm turbo bmw.... *looks at the E46 parked outside* .... so tempting.
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Old 04-03-2009, 12:43 PM   #3
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I don't understand how there could be "haters" if you just joined today and this is your first post....
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I don't understand how there could be "haters" if you just joined today and this is your first post....
He use to be on here at a different user.
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Old 04-03-2009, 01:24 PM   #5
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I don't understand how there could be "haters" if you just joined today and this is your first post....
It's been a few years. My old profile "danpinder" doesn't seem to exist anymore. At least I think that's what it is... anyways... haters will recognize the car. lol
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Very nice. Great power band too.
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Good job, I remember the hate you used to get on here as well. Sexy car!
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mmmm turbo bmw.... *looks at the E46 parked outside* .... so tempting.
Well, for the sake of your pocket book, thank goodness there's no turbo kit for non-M e46's.
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Well, for the sake of your pocket book, thank goodness there's no turbo kit for non-M e46's.
Kit? I don't understand the point of buying a kit. You can make more power and end up with something better by making your own setup.

If you think there are not any turbo e46 non m3s running around, you are wrong.
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Very nice. Great power band too.
Thanks... I'm actually quite impressed myself. I wasn't expecting that much torque.
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Well, for the sake of your pocket book, thank goodness there's no turbo kit for non-M e46's.
true. the only part of a kit that i would want is the software for the stock ecu, other than that most BMW stuff is grossly overpriced.

an LSx would slip right in though
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true. the only part of a kit that i would want is the software for the stock ecu, other than that most BMW stuff is grossly overpriced.

an LSx would slip right in though
Megasquirt II ... problem solved.
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Old 04-04-2009, 08:35 AM   #13
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rofl, still using bungee chords? Upgrade to CF ones? roflcopter!

But good power. Congratulations.

I'm just sort of shocked that you're still holding a grudge after... 4 years. I'm sure most don't even remember. I had to think really hard to finally remember. Move on and enjoy your car.

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Move on and enjoy your car.
Pretty sure I posted this up light heartedly. I think it's funny.

I don't recall any bungee cords? Most people just didn't like that it was custom fabbed and not an off the shelf kit... didn't believe that I could make good power. Sad really.

I'll be in the 500rwhp club soon. Booyaa. lol

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haha no but i remember a whole wack of JB weld, a 90' weld bend in your wastegate, a huge hole in the sub frame and civic springs being used......

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haha no but i remember a whole wack of JB weld, a 90' weld bend in your wastegate, a huge hole in the sub frame and civic springs being used......

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JB weld is awesome. I love that stuff... and I still rock it in one spot.

I had to use it before to plug a hole in the stock manifold. Worked awesome and I'd do it again if I needed to.

And actually.. they were eibach linier race springs from ground control.

Yup.. had a 90deg.. still didn't boost creep.

See.. hate on haters. Just know that my ride has large brass testicals.
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ya definatly looks like a good fitment

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Kit? I don't understand the point of buying a kit. You can make more power and end up with something better by making your own setup.

If you think there are not any turbo e46 non m3s running around, you are wrong.
I'd be interested in seeing the setups, I haven't come across any on E46Fanatics.

Not saying they don't exist, just would be cool to see.
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ya definatly looks like a good fitment

Thank you for showing us that there are still extreme doushbags in Victoria.

That is at FULL DROOP ON A HOIST. It would never do that on the street. What you can't see is that they are sitting on an adjustable perch inside the original spring cup. When the car is sitting on the ground it lines up.

It's been 4 years... I haven't changed the springs... it drives good... they have never fallen out, shifted, caused issues... etc. I think you're just jealous.
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I'd be interested in seeing the setups, I haven't come across any on E46Fanatics.

Not saying they don't exist, just would be cool to see.
I spent about 30secs on google and found one clip... not sure... do some digging... they are out there. Still... you can do your own setup.

I wouldn't think twice about it... but I learned a lot doing my car, so it would be a lot easier the second time around.

http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xc0...tamatis-2_auto


Did you check on DTMPower.net?? There are quite a few turbo e36s on there... might be some e46s too.3

I'd love to pick up a 318 e46 and drop in an 86 m30 3.8l motor,,, you can make 800hp on a stock motor if you slap a turbo and MS on it. Stock with something like 7.8:1 compression.
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Pretty sure I posted this up light heartedly. I think it's funny.

I don't recall any bungee cords? Most people just didn't like that it was custom fabbed and not an off the shelf kit... didn't believe that I could make good power. Sad really.

I'll be in the 500rwhp club soon. Booyaa. lol
Could be I've mixed you up with someone else... were you custom making a front bumper for your car to try and mass produce and sell?
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I hope you upgraded to a 3bar MAP sensor if you're going for 25psi!

Was this the one that was turboed in Victoria 4-5 years ago, or another one?
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Could be I've mixed you up with someone else... were you custom making a front bumper for your car to try and mass produce and sell?
Yeah that's me. I got the body kit finished... I'm rocking it on my ride. Designed it from scratch.

The only thing I recall having bungee cords on was a POS mazda 626 I had for a few months. lol.

But hey... carbon fiber bungees would be awesome. Could be I just don't remember... I wouldn't put it past me to do something ghetto like that for a short period.
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I hope you upgraded to a 3bar MAP sensor if you're going for 25psi!

Was this the one that was turboed in Victoria 4-5 years ago, or another one?
I know exactly what you mean!!! No, I'm only running the 2.5bar map sensor... freaking sucks... need to change it. I ran into a problem on the dyno with overboost protection kicking in... I would have just disabled it on the dyno, but I didn't now how... found out when I got home though (set it to 100kpa).

That will be the next mod, 3bar map sensor, along with meth injection and we'll up the boost.
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Neil is good stuff, glad to see your car finally got sorted out. one thing i couldnt get used to here is the roads, there nothing like the islands roads, lol.
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