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Old 04-15-2013, 04:40 PM   #1
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HPF Stage 2.5 vs Weistec Supercharged C63 Black Series

HPF Stage 2.5 vs Wesitec Supercharged C63 Black Series

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Old 04-15-2013, 04:51 PM   #2
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Old 04-15-2013, 09:37 PM   #3
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Old 04-16-2013, 11:18 AM   #4
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Thanks for the vid. I've been looking at supercharging my C63 BS, but now I'm convinced it's time to find another E46 M3 and go HPF again.
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Old 04-16-2013, 11:50 AM   #5
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Thanks for the vid. I've been looking at supercharging my C63 BS, but now I'm convinced it's time to find another E46 M3 and go HPF again.
Nice! There's been a few changes since you had your old Stage 2. I will be bringing my car downtown soon so we'll have to go for a spin this year
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Old 04-16-2013, 04:43 PM   #6
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Thanks for the vid. I've been looking at supercharging my C63 BS, but now I'm convinced it's time to find another E46 M3 and go HPF again.
Bang for the buck the Weistec S/C setup is hard to beat.. and at like 800rwhp on a 6+ litre motor you're hardly stressing it.

I'm absolutely sold on E85 and want every vehicle I build from here on out to be flex fuel capable.. wish the Weistec's were Flex Fuel capable but obviously they're still on the stock dme I imagine.
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Old 04-17-2013, 12:18 PM   #7
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If they only sold E85 close by, I'd be very interested!!!!
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Old 04-17-2013, 12:28 PM   #8
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OP great job always loved your sig pic it's so "dreamy" I want e85 for my m3 can't wait for mike to finish up his e85 calibration so i can make some pretty numbers =)
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Old 04-17-2013, 01:27 PM   #9
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Thanks guys!

Here is our first run on the first day with me off meth and down over 100rwhp

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Thanks guys!

Here is our first run on the first day with me off meth and down over 100rwhp

This is the video that was posted by JRCART at the other site.

Any chance you can link this one to that thread? This seems like a better representation of both cars. I don't like posting other folks videos or data as it feels slimey - or I would.
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This is the video that was posted by JRCART at the other site.

Any chance you can link this one to that thread? This seems like a better representation of both cars. I don't like posting other folks videos or data as it feels slimey - or I would.
No, this was the first race. JRCart posted our second race, the one where he won.

Here is the thread of both my vids posted over there:

http://mbworld.org/forums/c63-amg-w2...ck-series.html

Here is the vid of the second run where the MBZ pulled.

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Roger that. Thanks for the clarification Mike!

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If they only sold E85 close by, I'd be very interested!!!!
I would think Seattle would have a few e85 stations. Most major markets do. When I left Portland from HPF I found like 3 within 10mi of Portland and Portland is smaller than Seattle.
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I would think Seattle would have a few e85 stations. Most major markets do. When I left Portland from HPF I found like 3 within 10mi of Portland and Portland is smaller than Seattle.
Sadly we only have 2 around here that are public and they're both about 20+ minutes out of Seattle
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Bang for the buck the Weistec S/C setup is hard to beat.. and at like 800rwhp on a 6+ litre motor you're hardly stressing it.
I've priced out the Weistec setup + supporting mods, it gets up there in price and easily surpasses the cost of a HPF setup. The 800rwhp+ setups that jrcart has on the CLK, I don't even want to know how much that costs. I'm guessing in the 50-70k range. It's a built motor. That, and the cost of the car itself isn't cheap haha.

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I'm absolutely sold on E85 and want every vehicle I build from here on out to be flex fuel capable.. wish the Weistec's were Flex Fuel capable but obviously they're still on the stock dme I imagine.
Ya, it's too bad there are no E85 stations in Canada. CW will have to run pump gas when he brings the car back up here.
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Good job Mikey! It's interesting how you beat him without Meth too, the results look no different between the two runs, even though you had ~100 more HP the following day.
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I've priced out the Weistec setup + supporting mods, it gets up there in price and easily surpasses the cost of a HPF setup. The 800rwhp+ setups that jrcart has on the CLK, I don't even want to know how much that costs. I'm guessing in the 50-70k range. It's a built motor. That, and the cost of the car itself isn't cheap haha.
Wow, I thought on their website it was like $15k, and its a supercharger on the stock dme with a tune. I had no idea there were a bunch of additional costs/supporting mods. I'm guessing exhaust/headers/injectors/etc are not included in that price. If thats the case then disregard my bang for buck comment.


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Ya, it's too bad there are no E85 stations in Canada. CW will have to run pump gas when he brings the car back up here.
Knowing CW, he'll figure out a way.
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There's 2-3 stations in Ontario that carry it but two of the ones closer to me (within 2 hours) are requiring vin check for e85 compatibility and I tried to argue with them for weeks, the 3rd station which is 6 hours from me in Ottawa had no problems selling me any, to make it worth my time I purchased 6 drums and filled up 1800$ worth of e85 and drove back home, left my house an was back within 14 hours.. What a journey lol
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No joke it is a bit difficult to get the stuff...Ignite Fuels has a distributor in Ontario Tom...check them out.
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