I finally strapped my 135i onto the dyno after fine-tuning the
new single turbo setup and am thrilled with the results. I did a handful of pulls at various power levels and attached the logs below. This should give everyone a good idea of what a properly set-up 6266 can do from low boost to high boost on an N54.
Doc Race Single Turbo Kit: https://bit.ly/2RK5DRY
All pulls done in 4th gear (manual transmission). DynoJet with STD correction set at 5.
Continue reading Doc Race Single Turbo – BMW 135i & 335i Dyno Results! (N54)
After enjoying the car for a few months, I’ve been curious what kind of power it’s actually making to the wheels. So, I went ahead and scheduled a dyno appointment.
Here is another video, with a loud backfire out of my midpipe (axleback section removed after it started rubbing).
The best numbers were 448whp and 501wtq with SAE correction. It looks like all the N54 guys use STD correction instead and that converts to about
468whp and 523wtq!
Here are my modifications to reach this power:
JB4 Map 6 @ 22psi + MHD BMS E85 KR flash
JB4 Wireless Connect Kit
MHD Flashing Cable
OTG USB Adapter
Free MHD Backend Flashes
Charge Pipe & BOV
Oil Catch Can
NGK 5992 Spark Plugs
Fuel-It Stage 1 LPFP with E60 fuel
BMS Cowl Filters
335is/550i Clutch Upgrade
MFactory Single-Mass Flywheel
Race Transmission Mounts
BMW Performance Short Shift Kit
Teflon Shifter Bushings
Clutch Pedal Stop
Clutch Delay Valve Delete
JB4 No-lift-shift/2-step Relay
Redline D4 ATF Transmission Fluid
Redline 75W90 Rear Differential Fluid
Late Model Throttle was hosting a dyno day at their shop in Waukesha, Wisconsin. Knowing that there would be a DynoJet and some cool cars, I decided to sign up!
The car was strapped on and put down 448whp and 501wtq with SAE correction. However, all of the N54 guys use STD correction and that converts to about
468whp and 523wtq!
Continue reading BMW 135i – FBO Stock Turbo Dyno Results (N54)
Beyond Redline hosted a dyno day this weekend and I wanted to find out what the car was putting down before I started modding it.
For only $60, why not?
She put down 283whp and 292wtq with only a K&N drop-in air filter and Riss Racing 3″ catback exhaust.
JB4 and catless downpipes coming soon…