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      02-08-2013, 12:51 PM   #1
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Tuninwerk 550hp e89Z4

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3 liter 6 cylinder Bi-Turbo
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From 310km/h to 340 km/h limit speed (depends on tyres!)
From 420HP / 312kW to 550HP / 410kW
From 630 Nm Engine Torque from 2900 rotations up to 750Nm
Acceleration from 3,7 sec to 4,2 from 0 to 100km/h
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about 12 weeks delivery period after ordering or sometimes stock cars

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      02-08-2013, 05:45 PM   #2
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any details on mods required for the 550hp version? (particularly the DCT mods)
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      02-08-2013, 06:33 PM   #3
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need quite a few more details then that 420 and 550 are pretty big numbers. 420 is stock internals and flash?

550 i think things will just break quick and will be $$$$ to buy and $$$$$$$ to fix.
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All info is on the website: http://www.tuningwerk.de/tuningwerk/...cteGJQ9iQbXvx0
I dont know what kind of modifications take place on the DCT but my best guess is that the change the gear ratio and probably have access to the DCT ECU. These are the guys that tune the 1M Moto GP Safety car: http://www.tuningwerk.de/tuningwerk/...cteGJQ9iQbXvx0
Stock Internals are semi-forged in our engines capable to hold up to 650+ wheel horse power as proven on the N54 Vishnu Single turbo 335.

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All info is on the website: http://www.tuningwerk.de/tuningwerk/...cteGJQ9iQbXvx0
I dont know what kind of modifications take place on the DCT but my best guess is that the change the gear ratio and probably have access to the DCT ECU. These are the guys that tune the 1M Moto GP Safety car: http://www.tuningwerk.de/tuningwerk/...cteGJQ9iQbXvx0
Stock Internals are semi-forged in our engines capable to hold up to 650+ wheel horse power as proven on the N54 Vishnu Single turbo 335.

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Ya that is cool! Wish they mentioned more though. I haven't seen a "big power" car use the DCT so that's what I am most curious about!
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      02-09-2013, 05:26 PM   #6
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Looks like they modified an iS... there is talk that the 35iS, which has the N54T engine, has superior forged components over the N54 (35i) engine which will allow higher tuning.
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Both the 35is and 35i N54 have semi-forged internals. At least the 09 N54 35i.
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      02-11-2013, 03:29 AM   #8
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I can not imagine such increase just coming out of bolt on modifications, I would presume they have added larger turbos, if not, curious abt the mods..
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Thanks for the website. Their e89 product gallery is well done.
I like the upgraded instrument cluster required for certification after removal of top speed limiter.
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Yes I like the cluster too but i wouldnt get the whole thing, somewhere i found a website that modifies your current cluster for higher speed and also gives it an M3 look. I cant remember right now but if i find it again i'll post it. So you can basically get a used cluster on ebay and have it modified to your liking
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I want to know more... Trying to contact them
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Pretty sure it comes with upgraded turbos, or something like RB turbos. Hoping someone with a Z4 will get the VF700 FFTEC single turbo kit, been itching for that for a while...
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Pretty sure it comes with upgraded turbos, or something like RB turbos. Hoping someone with a Z4 will get the VF700 FFTEC single turbo kit, been itching for that for a while...
The DCT wont handle the torque of the VFF I looked into it, but these guys are doing something to the DCT to handle the extra torque of their turbo upgrades, just dont have the info for that.
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