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      07-01-2016, 10:29 PM   #1

Drives: 2012 Z4 sDrive35i M Sport 6MT
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N54 Z4 (e89) Stage 2 Lpfp

Well here it is. I am pretty sure it pushes a lot more than our stockers as our stockers has better flow than all the other n54 car's stock lpfp.

This is one thing that held me back from upgrading turbos. If I dont have the fuel then has I'm staying right where I am at. It very important to do it right and not to rush things cause everyone else is doing it.

Plan strategically and be patient

So those of your guy wanting to go E85 without having to "max" out your fueling system like I did @ 500+ whp then this is a very very very good investment even if your not FBO yet. Again the idea is to plan ahead. I recommend doing a new build and saving your original factory LPFP as a back up.

I didn't install a clutch capable of holding 1200 wtq for nothing
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      07-02-2016, 10:16 AM   #2

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If anyone is interested a have a complete stock bucket for sale. This allows you to keep your stock bucket whenever you want to part out your car.
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