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Frankenturbo F21Bi - The Latest (10/15 update)

Welcome to my build!
Page 1: My Feed
Page 2: The Mods
Page 3: The Look
Page 4: The Power
Page 5: Comments




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E90 2007 335i
6MT Sport Package
Alpine White / Saddle Brown
Logic 7, No iDrive, No cold weather pkg

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Current Projects
-Frankenturbos
Status: Finalizing tune, dyno, install 2" compressor housings w/ inlets, then re-dyno
-Healights Blackout and LED rings
Status: Have to re-do black and clear on some items, then assembly and test
-Body Overhaul
Status: All parts in hand, finishing engine work then install and wrap time
-Rear Fender Shave n Roll Project
Status: Getting last tools and then starting


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10/15
Frankenturbo F21Bi - The Latest

More tests and changes are going to take place before the beta testing is all said and done but here is my first vlog episode of how things are progressing so far. I will upload some more videos of the car in action but this is a good intro. Enjoy!



12.9 @ 110mph! Not bad for my first time at this track on just 93 octane.




7/28
Just a quick update in-between some of my bigger projects. Anyone who has been following saw that I picked up a turner strut bar on clearance a little while back and planned to get that and the OE strut braces powdercoated blue to match the theme in my engine bay. This is how they turned out!



Here is a link to the bar I picked up, it was on clearance because it was missing hardware and was kinda scratched up.

https://www.turnermotorsport.com/p-1...e82-128i-135i/



Found a guy pretty local to me who runs the business Capital Powder Coating and he did an excellent job, took him 2 days and he only charged me $40






Once installed I had a few options of stickers to choose from but ended up going with this one (1 of the three stickers on the larger white sheet)





Everything is installed and looks great! However...(why does there always have to be a however with cars) turns out part of the reason it was on clearance was it is slightly bent on the drivers side, which you can tell from the pic. Structurally it seems fine and it shouldn't affect performance but it is affecting how my hood closes and rubs on one of the support braces

After checking the seibon cf hood I bought it does not have those support brackets so it should work just fine once I get the hood installed but it is definitely frustrating.








On a final note, I am waiting on a couple more body panels to show up and my car will be ready for a makeover! My CF Diffuser I bought arrived (review thread) so I am just waiting on my M-Tech Rear, BMW Performance Side Skirts and a CF Front lip (for my Pre-Lci M-Tech Front bumper). Stay tuned!





7/19
All the photos have been switched over to imageshack, photobucket can suck it. Imageshack actually has a reasonable annual fee for joining and they have no ads.

7/18
Photobucket continues to screw me. I am really developing a hate for that site. Sorry for the broken links guys, I will have to go through and switch them all over to imageshack which is SUPERIOR if anyone was wondering

6/22
Low Side ECS Tuning Catch Can Install

I've been wanting to add a catch can for some time now and I decided to go a different way than most and install the low side catch can before the high side. Thanks Rob at RB Turbo for the Low Side External PCV Kit, thanks ECS Tuning for the catch can and bracket and thanks Summit Racing for the AN fittings and line!



Also I am making progress on gathering body components to overhaul the exterior of my car.



This install consisted of the following:
-Low Side External PCV Conversion
-New Injectors
-New VCG

Per usual I also picked up some more tools for the job











And so the disassembly begins... (pdogg - helper of the year)











While everything was out I decided to vacuum up everything including the spark plug holes with this sweet shop vac attachment I just got.







My new plugs already got fried from the leaking injectors Looks like I will have to replace these again



Now thats done, time to get things prepped for plugging the low side pcv holes in the cyl head



These could use some cleaning....too bad I don't have the tools for that while I'm in here.





The tapping is coming right along



Now that is done, time to clean the surface and prep the valve cover for re-install. Here is a pic of the RB valve hooked up to the valve cover as well as the intake manifold.





AN lines getting prepped!






Valve cover back on, now time to install these little golden injectors



Last but not least, catch can getting installed!







Came out nice if you ask me



Coded the injectors and this project is a wrap!



Also, continuing my collection of body mods. A few more things left then transformation time! Thanks ECS for the parts and Greg for the stickers!











For any of you motorcycle fans out there, I ditched the rear blinkers on my bike in favor of an integrated tail light. This allowed me to move the plate further in and give the tail a clean look.







4/28
Audio System Overhaul

So I have spent a good amount of time gathering parts and it is time to finally do the install. This is the plan!

-Pioneer Head Unit (avh-x8500BHS)
-Rewire Alpine Sub Amp
-Add JL 600/6 six channel amp for speakers
-Run all wiring for RCAs, Speakers, Remotes, Bluetooth Mic, Sat Radio, Steering Wheel Control Module, HDMI, USB, Etc
-Add 0 Gauge Wire to 4 Gauge distro block
-Tap into Technik harness for speakers
-Wire a ground switch to use DVD function
-Hard Wire Passport Radar
-Hard Wire old iPhone 5s for dedicated Jb4 gauges







Let the disassembly begin... (big thanks to my boy Mike for all the help)









Trunk Wiring has begun

















Everything is wired in the trunk, distribution blocks 0 gauge to 4 gauge hooked up, time for reassembly.



Some of the trunk panels wouldn't go back on due to the massive 0 gauge wire so had to do some trimming









Now everything fits snug!









Now on to the front of the car...

I first started with hard wiring the Radar







Then onto the bluetooth mic and iPhone!











I then tried to wire a relay to allow DVD function on the car (so I don't have to tap into ebrake) but it didn't work sadly. The remote wire turns the relay on too soon, so it is grounded while the head unit is still booting up.

The ground needs to happen AFTER the head unit boots up and the relay was simply activating too fast. Switched to just a ground switch and have to switch it every time I turn on the car if I want to use the DVD function.



Now that that's done, time to wire up the head unit and iPhone connection!

Talk about a big wiring harness...





iPhone wire (HDMI and USB) so it allows mirroring to the head unit. I can put waze up on the screen for Navi





All assembled and looking nice. The placement for the Radar Detector mute switch is perfect







Now that THATS all done, time to do the stage 2 LPFP from Fuel-it! so I can get these turbos running strong.







A little dirty, worth a quick vac



Swapped in new one and good to go! BTW this little c clip is a PIAAA. If you do this....You will hate it...it will hate you....there will be some mutual hate....but you will get through it.





Up Next.... new TPMS and balance wheels, PCV parts replacement, new flash tune and more data logging!

4/21
Fender Mods and Summer Wheels

Spring is finally breaking so time to put the summer wheels on! But before I do that I need mod the bumper bracket to stop the tire rubbing.



Bumper is off and marking the spots to cut out with my lovely dremel.





Let the cutting commence









Now time to mark the bracket and bumper for a new hole





Everything looks good, time to bolt the bumper back up!



Now that thats done, I can finally put my summer wheels back on











Now back to the projects...

500 mile break in done, time for a fresh 500 mile oil change!

I have also been getting some weird exhaust popping at idle. I made this thread and after investigating, my cly 4 injector is starting to leak so that plug is all fouled.

I replaced the plugs for now with NGK 95770 (formerly 5992) that are one step colder, gapped to .022. The exhaust popping has been band-aided for now until I can buy new injectors.







The Frankenturbo project is moving right along. I have been making adjustment to my Map 6 on the JB4 (I also have a back end PUMP flash for now) and doing some logs.

Logs showed my lpfp falling on its face so time to upgrade! Stage 2 LPFP from Fuel-It! ready to install this weekend.



I also finished gathering the remaining car audio parts needed for installing my head unit and new JL 600/6 amp. Hopefully I will get to both of these things this weekend!



The current audio setup....for now





4/3
Turbo Time....

Turbos are in! Now I just gotta get through this 500 mile clutch break in period.

Here is a quick teaser video



Well after waiting patiently and gathering a heap of parts it is finally time to get the install going. I will be dropping my car off Monday night to do the following:
-Turbo Install (Frankenturbo F21Bi)
-Clutch Install (Spec Stage3+ w/ SMF)
-Rear Main Seal
-Oil Cooler Gasket
-Accessory Belt and Tensioner
-034 Engine and Trans Mounts

Its going to be a fun summer!









3/17
My Winter Projects

After trying the Carly tool and being unsatisfied I decided to learn how to code. I finally got a new laptop and was ready to make it happen. I followed some excellent threads on this forum and after setting up my environment (downloading and installing programs, linking them together, all in the instructions) it was actually quite simple. This thread was the building blocks of my learning process http://www.e90post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1222277

After getting my laptop setup, I hooked up the batter charger and off to the races. I referred to this youtube video for the actual coding process



Some things that I coded!
-AHL Disable (what prompted this whole thing) since my modules failed
-Bulb Check and Voltage Monitors turned off (All) since I have all LEDs for everything.
-Corner Delete Mod
-Seatbelt Chime disable
-Window/Sunroof close via key fob
-Fogs w/ high beams
-Cluster Backlight always on







Next I decided to install some parts I got for Christmas

The tuner motorsports pedals look and feel great and the zhp shift knob, well that just speaks for itself.









Next I needed to do some MORE suspension work...Like I haven't done enough in the past 6 months. New powerflex rear upper shock mounts, which are a fantastic improvement. My oem ones, even though new when I put the coilovers in, got shredded and the washer was hitting the metal lip on the trunk side making a clicking sound

Needless to say, the powerflex mounts solved the problem and the rear end feels and sounds much better.



Next was to do my drivers side front thrust arm as the ball joint boot ripped. Put a new OEM one in and off to the alignment shop!







Unfortunately during the removal process I broke my torx bit, so off to SEARS I went. Warrantied out the torx bits and couldn't help myself so I bought some much needed gear wrenches and some additional sockets I also got a sweet ceramic space heater so my garage was a nice temp for working







As you can see from my last update, I replaced my solenoids and all vaccum lines except for the solenoid to turbo. Well that fixed my no boost issue but then I started to get a 30FE overboost code

After doing some research people say the lines from solenoids to turbos can get cracked and the minute changes in pressure due to those cracks can cause the 30FE code. So I went back in there and replaced the solenoid to turbo lines with the silicone lines.

I also noticed a small boost leak AGAIN (I could feel it and hear it) so I figured it was good time to pressure test my intake system and vacuum lines again to make sure everything was holding up. After making some sweet and much more effective tools (2nd time around...) the testing went great!



Turns out my charge pipe o-ring was bad and the fitment on the ECS charge pipe to throttle body isnt the greatest. I got a new o-ring and use a little red rtv and it sealed up perfectly!

I still get a 30FE overboost code every now and again but I'm gonna table that for now so I don't go crazy.

NEXT UP!

Clutch and Turbos.

Spec Stage 3+ w/ SMF
034 Engine Mounts and Trans Mounts
New Oil Feed and Return Lines
Gaskets and Hardware for days
Accessory Belt and Tensioner Kit
Turbos.....Stay Tuned







I also picked up a Turner Motorsports Strut Bar. Since I am going with the blue/black/polished theme in my engine bay I am thinking of getting the three strut bars (triangle) powder coated in blue to match the TiAl. I will keep the hardware and bracket polished I think.





Oh and I will get to this eventually...




P.S. Imageshack.us is wayyyy better than photobucket (<-- they got some serious tech issues right now). I think I may have to pay for imageshack though

11/8

So after I got my suspension all dialed in I stopped modding it and just enjoyed it for a while. Eventually my solenoids stopped working so my boost went out and I parked my car.

I did some vacuum testing (how i found out my solenoids were bad), did some boost pressure testing (found a large leak at my charge pipe due to no o-ring at throttle body ) and figured out what I needed to do to get it back on the road.

Here is my friend and I replacing the solenoids and changing out all the vac lines to silicone.







All Done



Before this I finally pulled the trigger on a 7" VRSF Intercooler and did the install with my friend. Did some trimming and installed it with the optional upper charge pipes VRSF sells. Also removed my front bumper grille and trimmed the bottom tabs off for aesthetics
















Now that that is done, it was time to make some serious progress on my headlights. My first dremel broke so I went out and bought the real thing! Dremel 4000 is awesome for anyone looking to buy one. Soon after, black and decker sent me a replacement which I will keep as a backup.
















The last few that are still taped off, I will be doing some gold accents to match my wheels. Should turn out nice!




My makeshift paintbooth has evolved...










A little sneak peak for next season... 1st piece of my body upgrade...




More to come....

5/26

Almost done dialing in my suspension....end links were too short so my h&r sway bar was hitting my subframe added adjustable turner links, raised it up a little bit and now its good!








Headlight project is finally commencing! Used a heat gun on the first headlight (sucked), tried the dremel method on the second one and wayyyy easier. Getting there....










Car audio soon to come... Currently have a single 12" JL W3v3 but time to get the head unit and and give my speakers some real power and adjust ability



New revision on JB4 had my throttle acting weird so did a back end PUMP flash. Back in order and hitting some respectable boost levels at 17lbs






5/13 First car show of the year, Superfly Akron! A couple shots from my photographer friend don xu

Go to pg2 for a bunch of shots of the show and my crew's cars







5/5/16 Well decided to ditch the Megan coilovers as I was having some issues and went with Bilstein PSS B14 Coilovers and the quality is second to none (coming from KWs on my last car).

I wound it down all the way leaving one thread on each corner. Gonna put a small spacer in the rear and it should sit perfect

Will do some before and afters once I detail my car this weekend.











Megan Racing Crap... don't even get me started on their customer service.



4/11/16 This may peak a little more interest Summer wheel mode engaged.
Avant Garde M510 (Bespoke 3 - Liquid Polished Bronze)
19x9.5 ET30 Square Set
Vredstein Ultrac Sessanta 235/35R19







Winter to Summer mode



Sorry the car is all washed out, you cant see the wheels that well with reg exposure






Also installed my 2-step, dp fix and JB4 bluetooth module. I bought the Speed Limit Defeat but cant figure out the install, the instructions are super vague.


4/3/16 Cowl delete done (waiting on conversion, seeing how I like this first) and new intake filters








3/26/16 Still waiting on parts for the cowl conversion so next up, 100k maintenance and vrsf downpipes!

Did manual trans fluid, diff fluid and coolant. The downpipes sound amazing with my muffler delete...






First step, installed my ECS CP w/ Tial BOV...
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Did manual trans fluid, diff fluid and coolant. The downpipes sound amazing with my muffler delete...
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What ECS charge pipe comes with a Tail BOV? I don't see it listed on their site? link?

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Makes me miss my Alpine white

What ECS charge pipe comes with a Tail BOV? I don't see it listed on their site? link?

Thanks guys

I bought the CP out of this kit and got the HKS to Tial adapter. They no longer sell the CP separately though I must say I really like the bov placement, plus it comes with 2 meth bungs

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