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MaverickM3 03-09-2011 09:41 PM

:Build Thread: E46 325ci Technique Tuning Stage1 Turbo .::NEW PICS INSIDE::.
 
As the title states this is a build thread for a E46 325ci with the Technique Tuning Stage 1 Turbo Kit. The stock dyno numbers are 174whp and 160wtq. The preliminary results thus far at 6psi are 247whp and 227wtq. This is just 6psi with a basic tune. Nick will be taking it up to 8.5 psi the max for stage1. More on that later. The dyno graph below is a comparison between the stock Dyno and the dyno at 6psi. As you will see in the dyno graph the mid range dips. Most likely need some new spark plugs. Will keep updating as I get new info for you. Here are some pics of the car and what you really want to see the Dyno graph. Comments welcome

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SalM 03-09-2011 09:42 PM

1st Sickk!! Haha everyones got a build thread going now! I think I started and epidemic.

MaverickM3 03-09-2011 09:46 PM

^^^ well if your gonna copy someone. It should be great member of E46Fanatics. Lol

SPDu4ea 03-09-2011 10:06 PM

Awesome, looks good

95blkmax 03-09-2011 10:39 PM

congrats on this!!!! Solid numbers! Keep us updated on this! When done, any chance u could dyno it on a dynojet? it's easier to compare to others' dynos on SAE corrected dynojet graphs :-).

Keep it up!!!

MaverickM3 03-09-2011 10:48 PM

Yep I I'll use dynojet when it's finnished.

McSpeed 03-10-2011 07:45 AM

Cool!
Ahhh those familiar undercar images...

lab rat 03-10-2011 11:28 AM

Not bad for the first crack at 6psi. What ECU are you tuning MS43 or 45?

MarcusLSB 03-10-2011 11:33 AM

My DD's a turbo as well.:excited:

... but its not a BMW. :bawling:

NickG@TechniqueTuning 03-10-2011 11:48 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by lab rat (Post 12906480)
Not bad for the first crack at 6psi. What ECU are you tuning MS43 or 45?

This is an MS43 car. The car has been super consistent, with great power. I'm very happy with the results thus far :thumbup:

MaverickM3 03-10-2011 11:50 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by MarcusLSB (Post 12906501)
My DD's a turbo as well.:excited:

... but its not a BMW. :bawling:

What's your DD?

MarcusLSB 03-10-2011 12:38 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by MaverickM3 (Post 12906573)
What's your DD?

06 Jetta GLI :eeps:

PEI330Ci 03-10-2011 04:13 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by MarcusLSB (Post 12906782)
06 Jetta GLI :eeps:

09 Rabbit 2.5 :eeps:

SalM 03-10-2011 04:18 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by MaverickM3 (Post 12904575)
^^^ well if your gonna copy someone. It should be great member of E46Fanatics. Lol

:thumbsup: Thanks so much man it really means alot! :craig:

bluejeansonfire 03-10-2011 04:39 PM

very cool project, Nick and MaverickM3 :thumbsup:

what size turbo?

NickG@TechniqueTuning 03-10-2011 08:00 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by bluejeansonfire (Post 12907913)
very cool project, Nick and MaverickM3 :thumbsup:

what size turbo?

T4-60 trim compressor with a T3 Stage3 turbine wheel and .63 turbine housing.

KENT 03-10-2011 08:14 PM

Your numbers are sick.

But I don't like how the kit looks like.Especially the oil return line.But im no torbo specialist.

Anyways very clean BMW and sick numbersfor 6 psi.

Enjoy

Kent

bluejeansonfire 03-10-2011 08:49 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by NickG@TechniqueTuning (Post 12908754)
T4-60 trim compressor with a T3 Stage3 turbine wheel and .63 turbine housing.

So all of the hardware is completely interchangeable between the e46nonM kits?

Quote:

Originally Posted by KENT (Post 12908807)
Your numbers are sick.

But I don't like how the kit looks like.Especially the oil return line.But im no torbo specialist.

Anyways very clean BMW and sick numbersfor 6 psi.

Enjoy

Kent

I used to have that kit, and it's sick. The build quality is amazing. The oil drain, iirc is an aeroquip pushlock hose on brass fittings with the npt pipe threaded in. I don't remember exactly what hose Nick used, but it felt quality like aeroquip hose. I use aeroquip hose on the same type of fitting, on the same type of setup. I kept it as I never has any issue with it.

NickG@TechniqueTuning 03-10-2011 09:09 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by bluejeansonfire (Post 12908946)
So all of the hardware is completely interchangeable between the e46nonM kits?

Pretty much. The 325 kits will use different fuel injectors than the 330 kits, as well as a different MAF and MAF adapter harness. All of the plumbing will be the same though.

Quote:

I used to have that kit, and it's sick. The build quality is amazing. The oil drain, iirc is an aeroquip pushlock hose on brass fittings with the npt pipe threaded in. I don't remember exactly what hose Nick used, but it felt quality like aeroquip hose. I use aeroquip hose on the same type of fitting, on the same type of setup. I kept it as I never has any issue with it.
You are right. We do use Aeroquip hose for the drain line that is rated for petroleum use and of an appropriate temperature range.

These 325 turbo kits are going to surprise many people with their performance :)

MaverickM3 03-10-2011 09:17 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by NickG@TechniqueTuning (Post 12909019)
These 325 turbo kits are going to surprise many people with their performance :)

:evil:


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