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    Also forgot to add this one:
    S54 AA Prima Stg 2 Kit, TTFS Tuning, E85

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      Redynoed my personal POS finally.
      Previous was full tune with M52, M50 manifold, stock headers/midpipe, intake
      After run is New tune (run 20) with S52 cams being the only change...


      So basically with a tune S52 Cams on a M50 manifold Car are worth 25whp :P

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        Nice power from that 2.8! I am always telling people to use the 2.8 and just cam them, but they all go for that extra displacement.
        john@m20guru.com
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          Nice improvement! I'd like to see the 3.5" MAF next ;)

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            Bet you 10$ it won't make any more power ;)

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              Originally posted by 328ijunkie View Post
              Bet you 10$ it won't make any more power ;)
              I tend to agree, but according to this thread, it did make a difference...

              http://www.r3vlimited.com/board/showthread.php?t=359104

              Just not sure about it making more power once the tune was remapped for the MAF, just slapping a larger MAF on is just going to skew what data going to the ECU, and could make more power, but not necessarily due to the increased size.

              A MAF only needs to be the size of the TB, and these engines certainly are not maxing out the stock MAF's while N/A (2.5" can support about 400hp).
              john@m20guru.com
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                So hes running OBD1 S52 on what a red413? 24lb injectors? 21s? Im betting stock MAF with oversize injectors was dumping fuel and 3.5" MAF leaned it out to a better AFR range thus power was made.

                Not conclusive in the slightest. ;)

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                  it looks like, on the graph, it was richer after the 3.5" maf. But without a tune the 3.5" maf won't run right. The transfer tables aren't the same....

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                    On obd1 at wot it'll just throw afrs off globally across the scale. Which i suppose "isn't running right" but sometimes works out to your benefit which may have been the case here

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                      8/23/15
                      Been having some fun trying to make some power in this heat! Every baseline run car is relatively cool, and while tuning its burning hot!
                      Tuned two S54s recently. One was remotely in Texas for GSR, a S54 E36 swap.:
                      S54, intake, Ebay headers, BW merge, some crazy (not brilliant) exhaust setup after that.

                      Conditions:


                      Bone stock 35k SMG E46M3


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                        ^ 1.08 correction factor, that's some lousy HP weather !
                        Lorin


                        Originally posted by slammin.e28
                        The M30 is God's engine.

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                          No doubt. Need some bigger fans :(

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                            Originally posted by 328ijunkie View Post
                            No doubt. Need some bigger fans :(
                            Reminds me of the chinese air compressor you taped all those computer fans to. Good times.
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                            Originally posted by JinormusJ
                            Don't buy an e30

                            They're stupid
                            1989 325is Raged on then sold.
                            1988 325 SETA 2DR Beaten to death, then parted.
                            1988 325 SETA 4DR Parted.
                            1990 325i Cabrio Daily'd, then stored 2 yrs ago.

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                              6/26/15
                              Tuned another S54 Swap today. Car already had my off the shelf swap tune. S54 in an E36, BW race exhaust, ebay headers, stock airbox, ghetto intake

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                                7/1/15
                                Finally Finished tuning a SCS52E30M3. Car came in as OBD1 S52, we baselined it then converted to OBD2 and put a AA Stg1 C38 kit on it and tuned on pump gas, then tuned again on race gas with a separate ECU. Car has shorty headers, M50 manifold, and the most horrendous exhaust ive ever seen :(. Heat was also a killer here, the customer and us both were hoping for a little bit higher numbers but temps at the dyno were 100+ constantly + a non IC blower

                                Pump gas vs OBD1:


                                Race Gas Vs OBD1


                                Then Tuned a E46 330i, Car had headers, AFE Intake, and muffler. DISA changeover could use some love.

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