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    Looking for people to share their builds. Mine is as such
    6266 precision
    spa manifold
    tial bov and wastegate
    mac 4 port
    fsr intake manifold
    aem infinity


    lets all exchange some info on turboed e46 m3s

    #2
    Looking to start my build this summer!

    did you install everything yourself or pay a shop to? I’m trying to get any idea of what hurdles I have to look forward to haha

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      #3
      BW 64.5/67
      SPA exhaust manifold
      tial wastegate and synapse bov
      flex fuel
      2 walbro 485 pumps
      ID1000 injectors
      radium engineering surge tank
      IG: https://www.instagram.com/mspir3d/

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        #4
        Originally posted by Hallerhan View Post
        Looking to start my build this summer!

        did you install everything yourself or pay a shop to? I’m trying to get any idea of what hurdles I have to look forward to haha
        Hey. Yeah installed all myself. Please message me if you have questions.

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          #5
          Originally posted by Mspir3d View Post
          BW 64.5/67
          SPA exhaust manifold
          tial wastegate and synapse bov
          flex fuel
          2 walbro 485 pumps
          ID1000 injectors
          radium engineering surge tank
          I really want to run a BW turbo. I have no one to weld the wastegate housing though.

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            #6
            Precision 6466
            Steed Speed manifold
            Tial wastegate, HKS bovs
            AEM infinity w/ flex fuel
            Hellcat single pump
            FIC 1100cc injectors
            HPF plenum
            3 port

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              #7
              Originally posted by Nicholas1996 View Post

              I really want to run a BW turbo. I have no one to weld the wastegate housing though.
              The BW is super laggy compared to the 6266 I started with. If I had originally built the engine, I would have stuck with the 6266 or gone to a 6870 with their fast spool. Now I'm building it and I wish I hadn't have gone with the BW. I may try max it out and see how much it makes though. It was running 25 psi the last time I had it out.
              IG: https://www.instagram.com/mspir3d/

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                #8
                Curious to see how this turns out

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by TylerBrown View Post
                  Precision 6466
                  Steed Speed manifold
                  Tial wastegate, HKS bovs
                  AEM infinity w/ flex fuel
                  Hellcat single pump
                  FIC 1100cc injectors
                  HPF plenum
                  3 port
                  I have the same fuel system. How far have you pushed it power wise.

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                    #10
                    I am currently in the process of installing a custom kit purchased back in December.

                    gt35 .70
                    technica Intake/exhaust manifold, intake pipes and ic
                    1400cc injectors
                    rolling antilag
                    flex fuel
                    walbro 540 intank + Bosh secondary
                    hexapump oil pump
                    proefi 120
                    proefi ignition coil packs
                    radium fuel rail + variable fpr
                    can display logger
                    synapse bov
                    Full 3.5 exhaust with Tial wastegate dump
                    radium catch can
                    + some other tidbits. No power numbers or drive ability as it’s yet to be fully installed and tested.

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                      #11
                      Originally posted by Nicholas1996 View Post

                      I have the same fuel system. How far have you pushed it power wise.
                      Only 11.7psi on e85 (Safe street tune for now). The car should be around 15psi after a dyno tune. The pump shouldn’t have an issue keeping up.

                      The car has -6an PTFE lines, a radium fuel rail and no inline pump. The hellcat should be able to support the 650whp goal no problem.

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                        #12
                        Originally posted by TylerBrown View Post

                        Only 11.7psi on e85 (Safe street tune for now). The car should be around 15psi after a dyno tune. The pump shouldn’t have an issue keeping up.

                        The car has -6an PTFE lines, a radium fuel rail and no inline pump. The hellcat should be able to support the 650whp goal no problem.
                        On 15 psi I made 650whp with my 6266. Ran it all the way up to 22 psi. Unfortunately the ring land on cylinder 2 let go. Just finished the rebuild last week and Im going to start the car up today, as I installed the engine yesterday

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                          #13
                          Originally posted by Nicholas1996 View Post

                          On 15 psi I made 650whp with my 6266. Ran it all the way up to 22 psi. Unfortunately the ring land on cylinder 2 let go. Just finished the rebuild last week and Im going to start the car up today, as I installed the engine yesterday
                          What components did you use rebuilding it?
                          IG: https://www.instagram.com/mspir3d/

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                            #14
                            Originally posted by Mspir3d View Post

                            What components did you use rebuilding it?
                            JE pistons molnar rods stock crank and block

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                              #15
                              That's very similar to engine I'm building with the exception of the pistons. I'm curious to see how well the molnar rods hold up though. The stock rods were holding over 800 whp but it was probably only a matter of time for them.
                              IG: https://www.instagram.com/mspir3d/

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