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      09-30-2006, 09:46 AM   #23
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I would consider diesel, but can't stand the sound.


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I have personally driven several diesel's E46 and E39's... and the torque at is amazing... With auto transmission even better.... All US states, apart from California, should have the choice to buy one...
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      09-30-2006, 02:58 PM   #24
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paul, those are some impressive results... any pics, vids of your car??
Here's one I took during our summer vacation on the Mediterranean. Very much the stock look. I prefer my mods to be invisible There are a couple more pix in my e90post garage.

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      09-30-2006, 04:00 PM   #25
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impressive dyno... my '02 M3 dyno'd at 290.

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      10-06-2006, 08:43 AM   #26
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That's odd: the Euro e46 M3 produced 343hp.
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      10-06-2006, 10:44 AM   #27
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Paul330d , Do you have particle filter in your car? I would really like to remap my 330d , but particle filter makes little bit problems for that.
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      10-06-2006, 11:09 AM   #28
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Yes, the PF is standard fit on the 330d here in France. I was assured there are no problems with remapping, other than 5 or 6 hp less. I was persuaded to go to Kempower by one of your compatriots on the e60 forum. He drove all the way down from Finland to get his 530d remapped, so they must be good
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      10-08-2006, 05:47 AM   #29
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Do you know how they solve the problem with exhaust temperature/pressure?
I got same information from Breyton and Schnitzer that their engineers still searching a solution for that problem. They said that those exhaust temp and pressure are already so high that taking more power out from that 330d engine with PF is very difficult and also risky. I have heard that many engines/particle filters has "burned" after remapping.

By the way that Finnish guy who drove from here to Kempower, in his car dont exist PF what makes that remapping difficult.
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This may be an issue, I honestly don't know. I'm not too worried, however, because TBH I very rarely use all the power I have at my disposal. I would think that overheating could be a genuine concern for those who 'mistreat' their cars and drive around in Sport mode all the time to extract maximum power, but I can't see how my PF would be adversely affected, as I probably only use about 150hp 99% of the time
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      10-23-2006, 03:32 AM   #31
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Wow, that sounds very impressive! So much power at the wheels; those guys at kempower must have done a very good job

I would love to feel the difference between my remap (DMS) and yours! Good luck with burning your michelins

By the way, a totally different question. Do you also experience that the right hand exhaust pipe on your 330d gets much more "dirty" than the left one? In my case the left is spotless, but the right one is getting black

Any opinions/explanations from fellow 330d owners?

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By the way, a totally different question. Do you also experience that the right hand exhaust pipe on your 330d gets much more "dirty" than the left one? In my case the left is spotless, but the right one is getting black
Lol; yes I have noticed that - I thought it was just my car I use alloy wheel cleaner to get the yellow/brown stains off the bottom of the pipe.
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Factory power isn't 231HP at the wheels but engine power... so now it's 283 HP power engine, and it's a lot...
Your PF will be out of service in 50 000 kilometers

PS: when I'm looking to your Dyno, the red line is folowing too perfectly the black line to be real...
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I completly believe this dyno!!!

Diesel turbo engines are extremly detuned for car applications!!

60hp extra is completly normal!! I drive an 03 2500HD with a duramax diesel and allison tranny with a hypertech chip and its got almost 30hp gains!
Im putting on a full banks kit soon that assures 70+
I don't wanna hyjack the thread, but it is cool to see some other chevy guys on here. I also have a Silverado SS with a 408ci motor in it, and it puts out around 600hp :rocks:

BTW: I really wish we would get diesel BMW's here
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you mean 283 bhp at the flywheel right?

because 283bhp at the wheels would be something like 350bhp at the flywheel!

Congratulations anyhow mate, bet its a different beast now. Is she auto or manual?

notice any extra excess smoke from the exhaust?

thanks

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Also the times posted 0-60 in 6 sec? for a standard (stock) 330d???????????
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The guy who did my remap told me it was at the wheels (hence the pre-remap drop on the stock 231hp) and that it equated with approx. 315hp at the flywheel. There's no way I can check these figures, of course. Stock 330d Steptronic is 6.8 seconds 0-60. I estimate this is now down to about 6 seconds dead after the remap.
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315bhp would give you better 0-60 ythan 6 sec mate


300bhp 335i are doing it in low 5's 5.1 -5.3


a rolling road would tell you what horsepower you are making
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I would consider diesel, but can't stand the sound.
they dont sound at all bad at worst is idle

on the move they sound great:rocks:
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I can still feel a differ from 10HP +
that's nice work
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we should be seeing this engines as an 09
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In my opinion those numbers must be flywheel numbers, no doubt.

Anyway thats very impressive and the car must go FAST

My 325d is 22 hp shy but I have the same torque, guess my engine is a little tight, another 325d got very close to those numbers, and the 330d as well.

Actually the 330d for some reason seems to get around 10 hp more than the 325d acording to ESStuning.
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Kempower says 285 flywheel horsepower and 610 NM for a tuned 330d, so its definitely flywheel power.

The autobox explains why the car is a little below rated power originally, with a manual, it would have measured a little higher than 231 hp.
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Paul330d , Do you have particle filter in your car? I would really like to remap my 330d , but particle filter makes little bit problems for that.
The burning cycle for the PF just needs to be altered, then its fine. Not many tuners know how.
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