My 2010 Camaro SS LS3, Dynatech LTs with High Flow cats, K&N Intake, Borla Exhaust
My Cousin's BMW 135i JB3 Map 5, DCI, CPE Downpipes
My best run of the day is this video 13.269 @ 113.65mph
BMW 13.388 @ 107.45mph
BMW's fastest time of the day 13.033 @ 108.2mph
Filmed at Napierville Dragway July 3rd 2011
2010 Camaro SS vs 2009 BMW 135i part 2
this is my cousin's BMW running his fastest time of the day of 13.03 @
My Camaro ran a 13.51 @
for my best run of the day and mods on both cars check out my other video:
filmed at Napierville Dragway on July 3rd 2011
2012 BMW 135i vs 2011 Chevy Camaro 1/4 Mile
13.61 @ 104.25 mph VS 14.19 @ 103.12 mph
Six-cylinder turbocharged petrol,
available in coupe and convertible body styles. According to the BMW
website the 135i Coupé accelerates from 0–100 km/h (62 mph) in 5.3
seconds, however Car and Driver magazine recorded 4.7 seconds for 0-60 mph
acceleration, and a quarter mile time of 13.3 seconds at 106 mph (171
km/h). Top speed is electronically limited to 250 km/h (155.3 mph). Fuel
efficiency is increased to 30.7 mpg-US (7.7 L/100 km; 36.9 mpg-imp), an
improvement of 18% compared to its predecessor.
2007-10 model year BMW 135i coupe/cabriolet models were equipped with the
N54 biturbo inline-6 engine, mated to a
six-speed manual or optional six-speed "Steptronic" automatic transmission.
For the 2011 model year onwards, the powertrain was changed to the N55
single (twin-scroll) turbo inline-6
(making the same horsepower and torque
output), paired to a six-speed manual or optional 7-speed dual-clutch
transmission. The short-lived 1 Series M Coupe retained the N54 biturbo inline-6, albeit in a higher state of tune.
The differential fitted to the 135i is the first in the world to use
double-helical ball bearings. These bearings operate at a lower operating
temperature (which can be reached more quickly), due to the reduction of
fluid required in the differential.
Special standard features of the 135i included adaptive xenon headlights,
sport suspension settings, 18" wheels, high-performance brake system (6
piston front calipers with 338mm discs, and 2 piston rear calipers with
324mm discs), and a new DSC program that improves acceleration out of
The SS with manual transmission is powered by the 6.2 L (6,162 cc or 376 cu
in) GM LS3 V8 producing 426 hp (318 kW) at 5,900 rpm and 420 lbf·ft (570
N·m) at 4,600 rpm while the SS with automatic transmission is powered by a
new variant of the LS3 called the GM L99 which produces 400 hp (300 kW) at
5,900 rpm and 410 lbf·ft (560 N·m) at 4,300 rpm. This new L99 V8, not to
be confused with the earlier LT-series L99, uses Active Fuel Management
which enables the engine to run on only four cylinders during light-load
driving conditions, such as highway cruising, to improve fuel economy.
Other features include a fully independent four-wheel suspension system,
variable-rate power steering, four-wheel disc brake systems standard on all
models (four-piston Brembo calipers on SS models), a StabiliTrak electronic
stability/traction control system, Competitive/Sport modes for the
stability system offered on SS models, launch control on SS models equipped
with the six-speed manual transmission, and 6 standard air bags that
include head curtain side-impact air bags and front seat-mounted thorax
side air bags. An RS appearance package is available on LT and SS trim
levels which include HID headlamps with integrated halo rings, spoiler, and
RS-specific taillamps and wheels. Rally and hockey stripe packages were
made available in several colors as well.
Following the development of the Zeta architecture and because of its
position as the GM global center of RWD development, GM Holden in Australia
led the final design, engineering, and development of the Camaro. Production of the coupé
began on March 16, 2009, in LS, LT, and SS trim levels. LS and LT models
are powered by a 3.6 L (220 cu in) V6 producing 312 hp (233 kW) for the
2010 & 2011 model mated to either a 6-speed manual or a 6-speed automatic
with manual shift. The SS is powered by the 6.2 L (376 cu in) LS3 V8
producing 426 hp (318 kW) and is paired with a 6-speed manual. The
automatic SS gets the L99 V8 with 400 hp (300 kW). The RS appearance
package is available on both the LT and SS and features 20-inch wheels with
a darker gray tone, halo rings around xenon headlamps, a unique spoiler,
and red RS or SS badges.
Moe's bmw 135i .. 11sec Pass!
Moe's 135i vs Eddies Evo 9
Both cars in the 11's
For more info on this BMW 135i look up PetrolWerks on Facebook.
Camaro vs BMW 135i
98 Camaro with LM7 5.3
patriot stage 2 heads, 224/224 cam and small 75 shot
135i running JB4 modded on 17psi.
Camaro had clutch
slippage/slave cylinder issues before, seemed to hold on ok these pulls.
bmw on run flats, Camaro 245 nittos 555r no
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BMW Crash Compilation #1
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2011 Mustang GT AT vs BMW 135i
12-10-10 Countyline Dragway, South Florida - My 2011 Mustang GT AT vs a BMW 135i. I have
no idea what was done to the BMW, but it can move. I cut a 0.036 and he cut
a 0.431. my 60' was 2.006 vs his 1.742. I ran a 8.163 @ 88.9mph vs his
7.728 @ 91.0. He had me by .040 seconds at the line. A really close race to
My Mods: Steeda CAI, Magnaflow Competition Cat-Back, Bama Tune, MT ET
Street Drag Radials 26'' x 11.5'' - 15''.
BMW Intelligent Headlight Technology
First introduced on the new BMW 7 Series (July 2012) as part of the
optional Adaptive LED Headlights, this functionality is now also supported
with Xenon headlights on all new BMW 3 Series Saloon and Touring models
specified with a Visibility package.
BMW Adaptive Headlights are combined with BMW High-beam Assistant
technology to provide an intelligent headlight system that optimises the
illumination of the road ahead without glaring on-coming traffic and other
road users. This ensures improved visibility and safety during night time
and poor weather driving conditions.
Can Nissan Beat BMW? 370Z vs. 135i
SEE THE FULL COMPARISON:
What comes after Z?, we wondered when Nissan let the stage go black in 1996
and officially bid farewell to the Z-car at an event at the Petersen
Automotive Museum in Los Angeles. Sales of the twin-turbo 300ZX had been declining as fast as
applications for library cards, so Nissan simply stopped selling the car in
the U.S. It made us wonder where the Z fit in Nissan's future.
The answer came in 2002, when the Nissan 350Z appeared, a serious sports
car that seemed to measure itself against the Corvette in both speed and
style. It brought people back to Nissan, but lots of the young enthusiasts
didn't know what an icon the Z had been for the company since its inception
With the 2009 Nissan 370Z, all that changes. As a Z should be, the 370Z is
a statement of purpose, not just another car on the showroom floor. With
this second-generation version of the revitalized Z, the car has moved on
from affordable performance to something that brings new descriptions into
play — not only like quick, fast, strong and powerful, but also gorgeous,
luxurious, nimble, graceful, delicate and smooth.
This is a car so good that it makes you wonder what kind of car it is: a
sports car, a sport coupe or a muscle-bound pony car? And that's where the
2008 BMW 135i comes in, a pocket-size BMW M3 with an affordable price tag