A complete list of modifications on my 2008 BMW 135i.
- Doc Race single turbo kit with ball-bearing 6266 turbo
- Doc Race intake manifold with port injection
- Doc Race 3″ charge pipe
- TiAL Q blow off valve
- PR Port Injection Kit (for OEM intake manifold only)
- Charge Pipe & BOV (for OEM intake manifold only)
- VRSF 7.5″ Race intercooler
- Precision Raceworks ignition kit
- Precision Raceworks Stage 3 LPFP
- Precision Raceworks upgraded fuel feed line
- NGK spark plugs gapped @ 0.020″
- JB4 & MHD with JB4 bluetooth connect kit
- Burger Motorsports port injection controller
- Free JB4/MHD flashes
- MHD flashing cable
- OTG USB adapter
- MFactory 3.08 LSD
- DSS 1000HP axles
- Burger Motorsports differential brace
- Powerflex Black differential bushings: front & rear
- Redline 75W90 differential fluid (2 qts)
- XClutch 9″ ceramic twin disc clutch
- RTD chassis-mounted race shifter
- Poly transmission mounts
- Upgraded clutch delay valve
- Burger Motorsports clutch pedal stop
- No-lift-shift/2-step relay
- Royal Purple trans fluid (2 qts)
Wheels, Tires, Brakes:
- Street setup:
- APEX ARC-8 18″ wheels
- Front: 18×8.5″ +45
- Rear: 18×9.5″ +62 with 10mm spacer
- Front tires: 235/40/18 Michelin Pilot Super Sport
- Rear tires: 265/35/18 Michelin Pilot Super Sport
- Strip setup:
- APEX ARC-8 17″ wheels
- Rear 17×9″ +42
- Rear tires: 275/40/17 Mickey Thompson ET Street R
- Wheel stud conversion kit
- Performance drilled & slotted rotors w/ sport pads
- Eibach Pro-Kit lowering springs
- M3/1M front & rear control arm kit
- BimmerWorld M3/1M front control arm bearing upgrade
- BimmerWorld solid rear subframe mounts
- BimmerWorld adjustable rear toe arms
- BimmerWorld rear camber arm bearing kit
- ECS Tuning performance rear trailing arms
- BimmerWorld rear trailing arm bearings
- 1M-style front bumper
- Seibon M3-style carbon fiber hood
- Seibon CSL-style carbon fiber trunk
- Rieger rear bumper diffuser
- BMW Blackline taillights
- Sideskirt splitters
- Smoked LED side markers
- LUX H8 180 LED angel eyes
- Gloss black front grilles
- Black BMW roundel overlay kit
- BMW ///M license plate frame
- LED license plate lights
- Tinted windows (30% front, 15% rear)
- Corbeau FX1 Pro seats
- VAC Motorsports roll bar
- NRW carbon fiber/alcantara steering wheel
- NRW carbon fiber sunroof delete
- Project Carbon carbon fiber door cards
- BMW Performance shift boot
- LED interior kit
- Deka 17lb battery
- Macht Schnell battery enclosure
- ZHP 6-speed shift knob (for stock shifter)
- BMW ///1M floor mats
- Burger Motorsports cowl filters
- Burger Motorsports oil catch can
- Burger Motorsports PCV
- Billet oil filter cap
- Vacuum hose relocation kit
- 3.5 bar TMAP sensor
- 3.5 bar adapter harness
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12 Replies to “Modifications”
Great site mate!!!
Just ordering what the process is for getting a edge tune?
Currently I have a jb4 and backend flash e85 manual map from bimmer boost, running 50% e85 and 50% 98 ron
Would you recommend the wedge flash? Can you explain it a little please?
Love the site!!!
Wedge no longer offers backend flashes to be used with JB4. He utilizes MHD tuning now.
Feel free to send him an email: firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions!
How did you do the blow off valve mod? $2 lol?
Read this: http://www.1addicts.com/forums/showthread.php?t=968481
Do you have the specs on the LM rep wheels? I really want to go 265 or 255 rear though.
Front: 18×8 ET 35 – 215/40/18 Hankook Ventus V12
Rear: 18×9 ET 40 – 245/35/18 Hankook Ventus V12
Lowered on Eibach Pro-Kit (~1″ drop all-around)
Wonderful overview of your car!
What would be the cheapest option to obtain around 600hp? (more if possible with a slightly larger turbo)
Are there a lot of supporting mods required for that?
Any suggestions for a ‘budget’ power build?
Supporting mods depend on how far you want to go.
I’d suggest PURE Turbo’s budget cast option: https://bit.ly/2yqh1ei
Once you get those, you can find a list of supporting mods in my other blog post here: https://my1series.com/2018/07/26/best-n54-single-turbo-kit-for-bmw-335i-or-135i/
Hey jake, where did you get your heat shield plate that’s in between the turbo blanket and coil packs?
Hi Elijah, it’s actually just an old license plate that I bent up and wrapped with heat wrap.
Hi brother, I was Just wondering if you had replaced the brake caliper on your vehicle (BMW 135i) and if you have, what did you replace them with and what do you recommend ?
Hi, I am still using the stock brake calipers, with these pads and rotors: https://amzn.to/2qKFWVA