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#1 (permalink) Old 08-17-2004, 09:06 PM
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ok this is what i want to do i am going to leave out details because i t would be liek 5 pages long but here it goes

700hp or more engine

M5 V8 bored out then lower the compression to make it more turbo applicable
2 big turbos that come on at like around 3-4k rpm hopefully pushing around 35psi of boost or more most likly this will produce more than 700hp as i have read up on this. maybe superchargers to help with low end this would not eliminate the turbos

Daily driving and racing

i want a boost controller that runs like a 5psi boost when driving and 35 when racing this can be done i have seen it. then i will run a little lean when driving to cut on power and fuel economey. i will need a new fuel management system so i can change this around.

Getting the power to the ground

a couple places make custom transmissions but are mainly specilize in other brands. i found a 6 speed with a really high 6 gear but most likly i will rip the trans to shreads so i will either custom make one or reinforce it.

new axle

brembo big brake kit

new drive shaft and diffreential most likly have the gearing done custom

as far as areodynamics go i am going to try to look at the gt class lemans cars and see what they do and immitate them

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to have the ultimate sleeper car

so kid in a honda pulls up and thinks he is cool cause he hgas a turbo well i open the glove compartment flipp a couple switches and open straight headers( thanks to that new thing in lounge) rev engine scare the crap out of him then race but i like to do circuit so i will try to do mostly that.

i want the car to look nice but also not a full fledge racer

o yeah don't forget the NOS...



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I don't know much about that kind stuff.... but I have a feeling that much power, with 2 large turbos, AND a supercharger, AND nos.... i think your engine would probably blow and the ricer kid would sit there laughing.

maybe I'm wrong though
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hmm, do you have 3 hundred billion dollars to spare? man i wish i were u
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Heh, my plan is buying a brand new e39 m5 and giving it to dinan and saying "make fast" without giving them a budget.
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if i have the thing built it can handle the boost i am curious about nitrous



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Please tell me how you can boost 35lb. The most I've seen is 30.

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If it was built you could probably handle 35...but have fun when when you hit like 100k mi. boom.
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Another "wish list" thread.. *sigh*

Why don't you plan something plausible you can actually afford?

I'm not hating you on :wink but it's my job to point out BS (not really). In your previous threads it seems like you could barely differentiate between a brake rotor and a clutch disc. How are you going to build a 700HP turbocharged E36?

We all have dreams, but enough is enough already. However, if and when you build this "dream" car of yours (and make it work), I'll finally respect the fact that you're not just talking out of your ass and actually learning something. Then we can all shut up and go on with our lives. :P

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We all have dreams...
So leave the kid alone.

He'll learn so enough.

I wanted to be in the NBA when I was 12 but didn't stop to notice that my dad was only 5'6", my mom 5'4'. Buy hey, when reality set in, no had tell me I was "talking out of my ass" for me to learn what was really goin' on.

So I would suggest that you, as moderator, get your head out your ass and let the boys have some fun.

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get an e39 engine, bore it out, add a supercharger, NOS it and youll have your 700 horses. Make sure u change all of the internals as well - hoses, new bottom end, etc etc etc lol. But im guessing youll need about $50k-$100k to do all of that. Have fun.

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I just want to know how its being paid for and where the parts are being procurred.

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as far as areodynamics go i am going to try to look at the gt class lemans cars and see what they do and immitate them
if your gonna model if after a gt lemans car, its not gonna look stock, so you have no chance of being a sleeper....and at the speeds your gonne be goin, and any type of racing, your gonne need new brake pads every time you go out

but hey, dream on
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sounds like it'll be awesome, but put it in M5 Clothes

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Quote:
Originally posted by Silver4evr+Aug 18 2004, 12:03 AM--></div><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE (Silver4evr @ Aug 18 2004, 12:03 AM)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'> <!--QuoteBegin-Autotechnica@Aug 17 2004, 08:37 PM
We all have dreams...
So leave the kid alone.

He'll learn so enough.

I wanted to be in the NBA when I was 12 but didn't stop to notice that my dad was only 5'6", my mom 5'4'. Buy hey, when reality set in, no had tell me I was "talking out of my ass" for me to learn what was really goin' on.

So I would suggest that you, as moderator, get your head out your ass and let the boys have some fun. [/b][/quote]
This is going way beyond having fun. There are several threads all related to different projects (posted by the same person) which are obviously complete BS. It was ok and somewhat fun the first 10 times, but now it's just getting annoying.

And as a moderator I'm doing my job filtering out "trash". This should probably belong in the off-topic sections labled "If I had a million dollars".

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35lbs of boost? if u had 2 turbos. u would be running around 8-9psi on low. some 10 inch wide rims to put the power to the ground. more effiecent would be a 3.2liter m3 turbo, could easlier hit 600hp with a single turbo at 22psi (1.5 bar)a m3 engine can hit 15psi on stock internals.

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