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  • Nisse Järnet
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    Originally posted by nomansland92 View Post
    Is that 700hp getting to your head...
    720awhp if I may, haha yes maybe :D

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  • 6A LDY
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    Sorry if this has been answered before but what is the oil capacity of the frankpans vs stock and has anybody run any sort of secondary storage/overflow?

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  • King Mufasa
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    as stated yes its lighter.. and yes its lighter do to other factors. No its not built for high power its built as a cruiser. School, work, kids, events. Turbo version is a different story.. but heavier so pointless in terms of weight.


    you cannot even bore it the cylinder are AluSil bores, why would you want to stress a such a unrepairable block? at 6k a piston in a gasoline engine is subjected to nearly 10 tons of force every 0.02 second as repeated explosions heat the metal to more than 600 degrees..

    I like to see how these light weight reduced rods hold repeated abuse of a 8k rpm..

    ..Valve tronic technology varies the valve lift rather than throttle opening thus the 7k rpm, know how to control this for you planed 7500-8krpm?

    They had to use steels inlays at the bed plate or the crank would turn the entire bed plate to shit, as the magnesium bed plate would not hold up..

    was their not a solution for this so called shaking to bits m54?

    what is Nisse RPM set at?
    Last edited by King Mufasa; 10-16-2015, 12:56 PM.

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  • nando
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    N52 is lighter.. Theres way more to it than the manifold. Aluminum bolts, hollow cam, etc. And the bed plate design is much stiffer (n52 stock redline is 7,000; M54 will shake to bits at that speed). The M54 was origionally designed as an iron block (M50).

    My goal is 7500-8000 rpm, ~280-300bhp and less weight than the m20.

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  • King Mufasa
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    Originally posted by Nisse Järnet View Post
    M54 is light :)
    +1 and only 20lb lighter than E90 NXX and most of its reduce weight is from its exhaust manifold

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  • nomansland92
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    Originally posted by Nisse Järnet View Post
    Haha you can have it for free :D
    Is that 700hp getting to your head...

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  • Nisse Järnet
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    Originally posted by NCTerp View Post
    Man that sounds great! I'm thinking you should record the audio from inside your car- just rip around for an hour or so. Then sell it me so I can pretend my ix is fast.
    Haha you can have it for free :D

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  • Nisse Järnet
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    M54 is light :)

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  • litu
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    Hhhmmm...Are those S38 little heavy, how about S14 or some 2-2.5 litre 4-cylinder Bmw engine, they are light

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  • The Dark Side of Will
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    S38!

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  • stonea
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    Originally posted by nando View Post
    check the part numbers for a RWD Getrag 260 rear case and compare to the M30 G260 rear case. If they are the same, then it should work.
    Good idea! And for anyone else following this thread, yes they are the same part number.

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  • nando
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    check the part numbers for a RWD Getrag 260 rear case and compare to the M30 G260 rear case. If they are the same, then it should work.

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  • stonea
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    I don't really know what I want to do, lol. Really just thinking out loud I guess.

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  • The Dark Side of Will
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    It should. You want to build a 335iX?

    You'll have to fab the diff mount from scratch.

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  • stonea
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    Will the rear of a 325ix getrag 260 bolt on the a g260 from a m30?

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