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E46 M3 (2001-2006) Engine: S54 - Max Hp: 333 hp at 7,900 rpm / 262 lb/ft at 4,900 rpm
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Old Tue, Nov-18-2014, 08:15:02 PM   #21
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Vehicle: BMW E46 M3 6SPD

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TTFS Prima Elite 9 PSI Non Intercooled E85
TTFS Custom Tune
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CPI 100 Cell Cats Section 1
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Yep. Though I would take those graphs with a grain of salt. I'll delete them to not confuse people. That tune is no longer what I'm running, and the new tune is far different from that (for the better), but is not complete yet. Just haven't had time to get to the dyno to finish up. Car is heading into storage so sometime in the Spring! But yes the car continues to build power even at 8.5k.
Glad to hear she's running well. Bummer to hear about winter status. Mine, too :-(

Will be interesting to see the dyno in the spring.
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Old Tue, Nov-18-2014, 09:23:08 PM   #24
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First thing in the spring I will be down for a dyno-tune. My car will have pretty similar mods as many cars it seems.

Karbonius Airbox
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SuperSprint Stepped V1's
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CSL Snorkel w/working Flap
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On a 2006 IB 6MT w/ 16k miles. Pretty excited!

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This might be a question that few have asked... can you tune the black box to rev match for 6 speed manuals?
I'm guessing no, I'm interested myself. I'll see if I can get in touch with them.
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First thing in the spring I will be down for a dyno-tune. My car will have pretty similar mods as many cars it seems.

Karbonius Airbox
280/272 Cams
SuperSprint Stepped V1's
SuperSprint Section 1 w/HJS Cats
Supersprint Section 2 w/Resonator
CSL Snorkel w/working Flap
CSL map sensor/rail
CSL Software

On a 2006 IB 6MT w/ 16k miles. Pretty excited!

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That'll make good power with that exhaust set up! Looking forward to seeing it at the shop in the spring!

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First thing in the spring I will be down for a dyno-tune. My car will have pretty similar mods as many cars it seems.

Karbonius Airbox
280/272 Cams
SuperSprint Stepped V1's
SuperSprint Section 1 w/HJS Cats
Supersprint Section 2 w/Resonator
CSL Snorkel w/working Flap
CSL map sensor/rail
CSL Software

On a 2006 IB 6MT w/ 16k miles. Pretty excited!

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Wish I had known more about the SSV1s when first got my car. My car came with them but they were half welded onto some cats that were welded into a magnaflow exhaust that was all slip fit joints. I cut the exhaust off of them and took them off the car to get a better joint there. Some shop literally slathered MIG weld over half the joint between a pipe and the V1s and put a clamp over the top (unwelded). They had to be cut off the car. Put Vbands in...but then wanted to go back to stock exhaust...and sold them for next to nothing when I went completely stock. Live and learn.

Hoping the CPI headers make good power, will be interesting to see my setup compared to yours after they are done. The only (full throttle) difference is vehicle mileage, and headers.
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That'll make good power with that exhaust set up! Looking forward to seeing it at the shop in the spring!
Can't wait. Since I am making the trip down, maybe a mini meet is in order.

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Wish I had known more about the SSV1s when first got my car. My car came with them but they were half welded onto some cats that were welded into a magnaflow exhaust that was all slip fit joints. I cut the exhaust off of them and took them off the car to get a better joint there. Some shop literally slathered MIG weld over half the joint between a pipe and the V1s and put a clamp over the top (unwelded). They had to be cut off the car. Put Vbands in...but then wanted to go back to stock exhaust...and sold them for next to nothing when I went completely stock. Live and learn.

Hoping the CPI headers make good power, will be interesting to see my setup compared to yours after they are done. The only (full throttle) difference is vehicle mileage, and headers.
Oh man. Nothing like cutting up $2500 headers. Oh well, live and learn like you said. The CPI look like great headers. It will be very interesting to see if there are differences.

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This might be a question that few have asked... can you tune the black box to rev match for 6 speed manuals?
Yes, you will still need to tap the gas but it will catch itself. George give us a call or stop by the shop and we will take care of it for you sir.
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Yes, you will still need to tap the gas but it will catch itself. George give us a call or stop by the shop and we will take care of it for you sir.

Pretty cool you guys can do this.too bad you still have to tap the gas.is it completely impossible to achieve this due to cost or the equipment just isn't there in the manual trans cars?
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