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Old 07-05-2015, 03:42 AM   #101
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I doubt he will sell it without the kit Actually, iŽd rather take the twinscroll charger from the N55 instead of those dual chargers from the N54, to much hassle in my opinion. Softwarewise, as you should have MS43, we are able to do our own tune for those setups, so if you have the balls and some tools, you actually can do it on your own.
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Old 07-05-2015, 12:33 PM   #102
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Does anyone know if TT/nick was running aftermarket internals at one bar and if so what all he did because i've ran across the twin turbos off a 335i for cheap and plan to fab up some crazy custom headers for them to work and need to know if i can run one bar safely with stock internals except for larger injectors and extra fuel pumps off of the 335i also does anyone know if they are oilless turbos or will i need to tap the oil pan for them ? i'm getting them for 500 for both turbos 335i injectors (selling) and fuel pumps and ect. and does anyone know how to purchase the software from the technique tuning website with out getting the whole kit?
The TT software is not available without his kit. The 335i turbos have oil and water. Also if you plan to keep them in stock locations you'll have to make some kind of motor mount to fit. Also the outlets of those turbos are huge, make sure you get the downpipes so you have the appropriate v band flanges. As Daniel said, there is free software available now/shortly. Depending on the fuel you use you don't have to upgrade the internals, the stage 2 TT kit uses a thicker head gasket to lower the compression. I like the idea of the 335 turbos but they are gonna require some fabrication
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Old 07-07-2015, 11:32 PM   #103
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thanks guys so will i have to run a water line to both turbos and oil as well and for down pipes i was going to buy a cheap pair of headers and chop them to fit the turbos and try and use a similar set to the n54 with intercooler and such or have someone weld me a y pipe to connect them to a cheapy kit i dont hve the turbos yet but im getting the turbos injectors from the 335 (sell to someone) and fuel pumps and lines also are in this guys kit for 500
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