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      09-04-2020, 11:25 PM   #23
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This is going to rock. Pretty much what I would do if I didn't live in California. Good luck!
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      09-06-2020, 02:15 AM   #24
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Very interested in this build! Good luck!
Hopefully you won't run into many issues!
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And I thought I new the meaning of the word "passion." Hats off to ya sir. Can't wait to see the peak product.
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      09-06-2020, 03:35 PM   #27
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      09-06-2020, 07:18 PM   #28
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Very nice build !
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      09-06-2020, 08:26 PM   #29
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The M2 uses a mass airflow (MAF) sensor to measure the rate of air entering the engine, which can complicate the use of a BOV vented to atmosphere causing a rich condition every time the valve is opened because the DME thinks the air is still within the system. Subsequently, we will be recirculating the vented air back into the intake to keep the MAF happy.
I recently purchased the Turbosmart BOV for the stock turbo that vents to atmosphere but haven't yet installed it. Is this something that my tuner could compensate for or is it too much trouble?
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Damn this is crazy... How'd you get the lithium battery to work?
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water pump still need to be moved for this turbo setup?
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water pump still need to be moved for this turbo setup?
Maybe read the thread

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      09-07-2020, 06:19 PM   #33
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water pump still need to be moved for this turbo setup?
Maybe read the thread

? I did. lol. can you answer my question then?
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water pump still need to be moved for this turbo setup?
Maybe read the thread

? I did. lol. can you answer my question then?
My understanding is not with the Turbo he choose
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      09-08-2020, 10:05 AM   #35
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My understanding is not with the Turbo he choose
hopefully OP can confirm for us. This part is unclear, reason why I asked..
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PROJECT BIG TURBO: N55 M2 w/Garrett GTX3584RS turbo looking for 650whp

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I've had several motors built back in my SR20 days with forged rods and pistons, so I've been through the process. Although there are plenty or reputable engine builders out there, finding one that will follow the tighter clearance tolerances required of high performance engines can be tough. Looking for a builder with BMW experience would be a good start. Here are a few I've found:
• ABR in Houston
• Ghassan Automotive
• Bavarian Rennsport
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I don't know anything about any of the shops listed, but there was a real comical thread about Ghassan in the F10 forum.


https://f10.m5post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1704138
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      09-08-2020, 04:28 PM   #37
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Damn this is crazy... How'd you get the lithium battery to work?
Pretty sure it's plug and play. Just needs coding.
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I recently purchased the Turbosmart BOV for the stock turbo that vents to atmosphere but haven't yet installed it. Is this something that my tuner could compensate for or is it too much trouble?
If you are referring to the dual port that has a plumb back and vent to atmosphere option, it will work you will just run a little rich. Even a straight vent to atmosphere version will work, it will just run rich.

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Damn this is crazy... How'd you get the lithium battery to work?
Just plug and play. I've heard you're supposed to have the car coded for it to reset something, but I didn't do it and it's been running fine.

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water pump still need to be moved for this turbo setup?
No, the mid-size frame of the Garrett turbo allows you to keep the water pump in the stock location.
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I've build my motor already pretty much the the same as you described. hopefully I will have a stage 3 not on the market yet and dodson clutch pack in soon
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      09-10-2020, 05:39 PM   #40
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I recently purchased the Turbosmart BOV for the stock turbo that vents to atmosphere but haven't yet installed it. Is this something that my tuner could compensate for or is it too much trouble?
If you are referring to the dual port that has a plumb back and vent to atmosphere option, it will work you will just run a little rich. Even a straight vent to atmosphere version will work, it will just run rich.

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Damn this is crazy... How'd you get the lithium battery to work?
Just plug and play. I've heard you're supposed to have the car coded for it to reset something, but I didn't do it and it's been running fine.

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water pump still need to be moved for this turbo setup?
No, the mid-size frame of the Garrett turbo allows you to keep the water pump in the stock location.
You should have it coded.

If it's a new car and going to same size / amperage (Cold cranking amps) and type of battery you can get away with it, but should code the new battery anyway.

If you're changing type of battery you could lower its life span by not having it coded.

The ECU charges the battery based on size / type and age, and adapts the charging based on those variables. So older batteries will get sent a high voltage and charged more than newer batteries as they generally need more charge the older they get.

Just my two cents though
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      09-11-2020, 05:36 AM   #41
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If you are referring to the dual port that has a plumb back and vent to atmosphere option, it will work you will just run a little rich. Even a straight vent to atmosphere version will work, it will just run rich.



Just plug and play. I've heard you're supposed to have the car coded for it to reset something, but I didn't do it and it's been running fine.



No, the mid-size frame of the Garrett turbo allows you to keep the water pump in the stock location.
Oh damn I might end up doing that then... Any issues with auto start/stop or the IBS sensor?
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      09-26-2020, 05:35 PM   #42
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Wish they had more options for manifolds, really limits our turbo upgrade options! Looking great!!
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      10-09-2020, 04:42 PM   #43
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Can't wait to see this all come together!
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      10-13-2020, 11:18 AM   #44
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I'm running the Speedtech Stage 3 7670 kit (Internal Wastegate) with the same HPFP, LPFP, EKP, and FMIC as your build.

I'm surprised the Fabspeed Sport cat fits your build? I ran the supplied catless downpipe that came with the kit for awhile but caved in and had an exhaust guy modify the sport cat to fit.


The exhaust manifold is a game changer for sure. Everything else seems inefficient.

Would be interested to compare logs! I'm in the process of tuning via Ecutek.


Edit: Nvm. See that you're using the Speedtech downpipe.

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