Mine BMW M3 SMG 321HP '97 VS My BMW 745i TURBO 252HP '85.3GP
Mine BMW M3 SMG 321HP '97 VS My BMW 745i turbo 252HP '85
messing around again @ 12 lbs Boost, this is not even close to its full capability. I have turned it up to 25lbs Boost and hit 200+ mph & taged speed with gps. just a turn of the Boost control bleed valve.from the BEGI Cartech rising rate fuel pressure witch works well behind the stock 2.5 bar regulator set from 19lbs to 85+lbs (40lbs idel to a rising rate of 95.lbs to hit 15-20 430hp-700hp 500-930NM) lbs of Boost safely. (engine wise) intank 255gph flow & turbo inline fuel pump. wideband Bosch 5 wire 02 sensor (innovate) for now
BMW TURBO 745I mock up stage 2 +
mockup pt 25/24/2012 3.5 liter straight 6 turbo + 1984 BMW 7 series e23 m106 w Buffalo leather Hella adjust lights and 5 speed manual transmission water and methanol injection 1 -1.5 bar Boost after break in ... The 745i was a special high-performance model offered in left-hand-drive European markets between 1979 and 1986. It was originally fitted with a specially prepared 3.2 L type-M30 six-cylinder engine and a turbocharger producing 10 psi of Boost, BMW engine code M102. In 1984 the engine grew to 3.4 L, BMW engine code M106, produced 6 psi intake pressure, and produced the same power output as the M102. These cars were all built with automatic transmissions (although there is documentation supporting how the ECU was modified at the factory to work with Getrag 5 speeds) and could be ordered with exotic options such as heated front and rear power reclining seats, auto-on aux interior gasoline fired heaters, leather covered cellular telephones, front and rear seat heaters, rear-armrest radio control, water buffalo hide upholstery, and burl wood trim. The water buffalo interior model was the Executive trim option, while the High Line trim package offered ivory leather interior trim including a leather dash board, sun visors, headliner, and other leather bits not offered on the Executive...