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Old 07-03-2012, 06:12 PM   #1
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Thumbs Up NOEL COMES IN FOR THE HPF Stage 2 w/6766 and OPEN DUMP

We're about to do a Baseline Dyno on Noel's super clean M3 that just arrived. His car is going HPF Stage 2 with the new 6766 and an open dump wastegate extension turbo. Noel will be joining the 600rwhp club shortly!! I'll post up the before and after dyno graphs.

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Old 07-03-2012, 07:59 PM   #2
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Old 07-03-2012, 08:52 PM   #4
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Haha I know. I'm going to burn through the Super Sports and upgrade to maybe Nitto NT05s since I DD my car an it rains a lot where I live. Any other recommendations beside Toyo R888s lol
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Old 07-03-2012, 10:01 PM   #5
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Old 07-03-2012, 10:05 PM   #6
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Man, your car is awesome.
That color combo is completely perfect.

Hope you have a load of fun in it for a long while bud.

Enjoy!

PS: I dig the plastidipped front end hahaha.
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Old 07-03-2012, 10:14 PM   #7
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Haha I know. I'm going to burn through the Super Sports and upgrade to maybe Nitto NT05s since I DD my car an it rains a lot where I live. Any other recommendations beside Toyo R888s lol
congrats to you! can't wait to see the results

and RE-11 are pretty good for performance and rain..I was driving in that storm we had last friday with no problems haha
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Haha I know. I'm going to burn through the Super Sports and upgrade to maybe Nitto NT05s since I DD my car an it rains a lot where I live. Any other recommendations beside Toyo R888s lol
First of all, congrats on the upgrade - you will love it!
With regards to tires, if you plan on running your stock 19s, then I would recommend the Potenza RE11's - none better, period. Ask me how I know, I have bought and tested every HP tire available.
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Thanks, man! The color combo is not too common for Silver Grey. Plasti dip is used for protecting my front end for the 2600 mile journey back to West Virginia. The best part is peeling the plasti dip when I get home with no damage to the paint.
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and RE-11 are pretty good for performance and rain..I was driving in that storm we had last friday with no problems haha
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First of all, congrats on the upgrade - you will love it!
With regards to tires, if you plan on running your stock 19s, then I would recommend the Potenza RE11's - none better, period. Ask me how I know, I have bought and tested every HP tire available.
I will have to look into the RE-11s. Thanks for the advice. So you would choose RE-11s over NT05s?
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Congrats Noel! Yes sir your going to have a "B!tch moment" scream/laughing when you try a Tank full of Race fuel and Race/Meth! See you around bradah
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Congrats Noel! Yes sir your going to have a "B!tch moment" scream/laughing when you try a Tank full of Race fuel and Race/Meth! See you around bradah
I'm excited that my first time in a HPF car will be in mine and I'll be the one driving it haha. I'll definitely have a video for my initial impressions on Race and meth
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+1 for RE-11's I currently have NT05's on the front and RE-11's on the back of mine, they were out of stock when I needed new fronts, and they had the NT05's at the shop already. My last 4 sets of rears have been RE-11's after Toyo quit making the T1R's that I used to use.
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NT05s wouldn't be an upgrade from Super Sports. Any increase in performance over your current tires will come at the expense of treadwear. In the FWIW category.
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NT05s wouldn't be an upgrade from Super Sports. Any increase in performance over your current tires will come at the expense of treadwear. In the FWIW category.
Thats not all together true. Super Sports are great for a stock M3, but damn near worthless on a turbo M3. When your tires break loose every time you spool the turbo, they won't last any longer than the NT05's. I got more miles out of my M/T's than I did from the stock tires, simply due to the fact that they didn't spin all the time. Regardless, when you get to this power level, you have to expect to be replacing rear tires a lot more often.
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Noel's baseline dyno graph is in.... It made very stout numbers for a baseline

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my fronts will probably last obviously a lot longer than my rears.. with that said.. I need to choose the right tire. Looks like a lot of people are saying the RE-11s. Rob, What tires do you have to hook up?
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Awesome, Chris! I made 289whp on a Dyno Dynamics and with the Evolve-R tune I made 319whp. I obviously took the tune back to stock for you guys.
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Noel I really want to see how it rides when you have it back near the Capital and perhaps do a pull
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