my T-67 t2 vs bmw 1 series

 
 
 
 
Old 03-31-08, 09:11 AM
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my T-67 t2 vs bmw 1 series

All i have to say is that these little things can scoot. Coming home around midnight or so i see lil blue headlights creeping awfully fast toward me. I pay it no mind until it starts pacing me for about a mile. It was about this time i notice that "it" is a new bmw 1 series coupe. "Nice car" i think.Since this stuff really gets on my nerves after awhile, i slow down to entice him to go on his way.
As you can guess he doesn't. So i down shift and he immediately takes off. This was done at about a 70 punch and i went from 4th. He gets out there about 1 car length and i will be damned if i'm just barely creeping on him??!!!!****!!
only got to go at it once before he exited.........so my question is this.......are they really that fast or is sumthin acting up in my car??hahah

Mods: Pt-67, haltech e6k, stockport, 10psi, fmic, 720ccx4, etc...
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Had to have been a 135. It boasts an inline 6 twinturbo 300hp engine. Curb weight is 33-3600lbs i believe, and a quarter mile of [email protected] 105. Not a bad building block. I bet these things are going to be rockets when modded!


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i will think about the loan.....it requires a non-refundable deposit.
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sounds good, I will let you borrow my 7 once its put back together and you can dominate the 1 series

Looked at Dinans web site and going from 8.5psi to 13 yields another 84hp, upping it to 384
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You probably could have fared better if you'd bumped it into 3rd. I'll keep my eyes open for these cars...
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damn that is a pretty sick engine. "300 hp and 300 lb-ft of torque available at as low as 1,400 rpm."
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T-67 at 10psi? that turbo is barely breathing man! get some alky injection and crank up the boost.
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^^^That is the plan.....im not even in the turbos efficiency range......but, after a consultation with bdc i decided on 10 psi for now.
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Why only run 10?? It seems like that totally defeats the purpose of a single...LOL
And you would have had a much better run in third.
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I know man!!! imma be bumpin up!!! THanx for the advice!!!
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