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      12-15-2011, 07:57 PM   #155
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Are you sure? The 335i comes rated at 300hp/300tq from the factory, how can it's transmission not be rated for at least it's stock output?
it might be rated for 300 but not warranted past that? idk i dont have a 335i
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      12-16-2011, 09:55 AM   #156
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BUMP to start more debate, i need some entertainment to get me thru the workday...
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      12-16-2011, 12:54 PM   #157
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Are you sure? The 335i comes rated at 300hp/300tq from the factory, how can it's transmission not be rated for at least it's stock output?
I remember reading that ZF listed that tranny as just meeting the 300tq mark, anything past that was going to be a reliability issue.
And of course, if your pushing your car above the manufactured limits, it is ALWAYS a must to change and check fluids regularly.
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      12-16-2011, 01:01 PM   #158
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BUMP to start more debate, i need some entertainment to get me thru the workday...
I heard Gavin is playing mind games with everyone. The supercharger isnt real. I saw it on the internets so it must be true.

I have the limited Edition 330i from 2006 so my transmission is rated to 500 tq. Its out of a corvette.
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I heard Gavin is playing mind games with everyone. The supercharger isnt real. I saw it on the internets so it must be true.

I have the limited Edition 330i from 2006 so my transmission is rated to 500 tq. Its out of a corvette.
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2006 330i has a ZF 6HP 19 box (I have actual pics from under my car so trust me this is 100% accurate). See below info from wiki, not sure how accurate and if the ZF 6HP 19 is as tough as the 26. Will try and find out some more info. Google ZF 6HP 19 and there are some documents online that probably gives exact tolerances. Good luck!


The ZF 6HP26 was the first six-speed automatic transmission in a production passenger car. Released by ZF Friedrichshafen AG in 2000, it was manufactured by ZF Getriebe GmbH in Saarbrücken, Germany.

The ZF 6HP26 uses a Lepelletier epicyclic/planetary gearset, which can provide more gear ratios with significantly fewer components. This means the ZF 6HP26 is actually lighter than its 5-speed predecessors. It also has the capability to achieve torque converter lock-up on all six forward gears, and disengage it completely when at a standstill, dramatically closing the fuel efficiency gap between automatic and manual transmissions.

The ZF 6HP26 was first used by BMW on the 2001 E65 7 Series.

Normally reserved for high end luxury and sports cars, ZF has made the 6HP26 available to Hyundai for use on its 2009 V8 Hyundai Genesis.

While the ZF 6HP26 itself is rated for a maximum input torque of 600 newton metres (443 ft·lbf), sister products with different ratings exist in the form of the ZF 6HP19 ( for use on the 2010 3.8L V6 Hyundai Exodus Coupe) and ZF 6HP32. In addition to this, several versions of the ZF 6HP26 are available depending on application and brand: ZF 6HP26, ZF 6HP26A and ZF 6HP26X.
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2006 330i has a ZF 6HP 19 box (I have actual pics from under my car so trust me this is 100% accurate). See below info from wiki, not sure how accurate and if the ZF 6HP 19 is as tough as the 26. Will try and find out some more info. Google ZF 6HP 19 and there are some documents online that probably gives exact tolerances. Good luck!


The ZF 6HP26 was the first six-speed automatic transmission in a production passenger car. Released by ZF Friedrichshafen AG in 2000, it was manufactured by ZF Getriebe GmbH in Saarbrücken, Germany.

The ZF 6HP26 uses a Lepelletier epicyclic/planetary gearset, which can provide more gear ratios with significantly fewer components. This means the ZF 6HP26 is actually lighter than its 5-speed predecessors. It also has the capability to achieve torque converter lock-up on all six forward gears, and disengage it completely when at a standstill, dramatically closing the fuel efficiency gap between automatic and manual transmissions.

The ZF 6HP26 was first used by BMW on the 2001 E65 7 Series.

Normally reserved for high end luxury and sports cars, ZF has made the 6HP26 available to Hyundai for use on its 2009 V8 Hyundai Genesis.

While the ZF 6HP26 itself is rated for a maximum input torque of 600 newton metres (443 ft·lbf), sister products with different ratings exist in the form of the ZF 6HP19 ( for use on the 2010 3.8L V6 Hyundai Exodus Coupe) and ZF 6HP32. In addition to this, several versions of the ZF 6HP26 are available depending on application and brand: ZF 6HP26, ZF 6HP26A and ZF 6HP26X.
http://www.just-auto.com/analysis/ne...s_id90340.aspx

Looks like 400nm or 295 ft. lbs.

Here are the pics that I personally took from under my 2006 330i.
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will this also work for the XI models? will the car be able to handle all that power?
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So this has turned out to be a tranny thread now, can someone please transition this to a "which intake is best" or "what map should my bms map should i be on"....PLEASE
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So this has turned out to be a tranny thread now, can someone please transition this to a "which intake is best" or "what map should my bms map should i be on"....PLEASE
I want to buy the Injen CAI, will I get 15whp? Or should I get the AFE stage 5? I heard it comes with the carbon delete.
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I want to buy the Injen CAI, will I get 15whp? Or should I get the AFE stage 5? I heard it comes with the carbon delete.
Are you fucking serious? IT COMES WITH THE CARBON DELETE?!?!? Mine didnt, Im going to throw this shit out.
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So this has turned out to be a tranny thread now, can someone please transition this to a "which intake is best" or "what map should my bms map should i be on"....PLEASE


Speaking of intakes, which one can i mount onto my transmission?
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Speaking of intakes, which one can i mount onto my transmission?
Are you trying to be funny or something?
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Are you trying to be funny or something?
Nope, trying to sound stupid (what this thread has turned into)
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Nope, trying to sound stupid (what this thread has turned into)
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Anyone know where to get higher strength muffler bearings? I keep getting a rattle towards the rear of the car. My local shop said it would be $200 for OEM but I want something really robust that won't wear out so quickly.

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Anyone know where to get higher strength muffler bearings? I keep getting a rattle towards the rear of the car. My local shop said it would be $200 for OEM but I want something really robust that won't wear out so quickly.

Yea it's prob on the same isle as turn signal oil
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Yea it's prob on the same isle as turn signal oil
Great! Hopefully I can buy both at the same time and save myself a trip. Thanks Benzo!
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Great! Hopefully I can buy both at the same time and save myself a trip. Thanks Benzo!
If you're changing the turn signal oil, you might as well change out the head lamp oil. Save yourself another trip.
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If you're changing the turn signal oil, you might as well change out the head lamp oil. Save yourself another trip.
Damnit. Just got back from the store. Im not making another trip. Wish I had thought of it sooner.
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