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      07-13-2011, 09:44 PM   #1
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335d experimenting new mods

well i just installed my JBD today (set at 80%) and will be experimenting water injection( would like a kit with an electro-magnetic pump like Aquamist use to have) and adding a better aftermarket front mount intercooler and piping.
any suggestion would be appreciated since i dont know yet if 335i i/c would fit with little mod.
I have looked into 2 brand of water injection kit : cooling mist or Aquamist

My goal is to hit 400hp from my diesel engine while keeping a strong reliability by only cooling intake charges and better flowing
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Do you think the stock engine does not generate enough compression?
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i just want to try to lower intake temp as much as i can and trying to burn better diesel for also better fuel economy. As i stated, i'm experimenting
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water injection will allow higher boost pressures being run without detonation and high pressures.....increases torque. It’s all about torque
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Do you think our transmission can handle more torque than a JBD @ 100% (this is what I have mine set at) plus other mods?
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I could be wrong, but I don't think anyone has hit 400hp on the diesel. You are going to need the gas version for that.
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I could be wrong, but I don't think anyone has hit 400hp on the diesel. You are going to need the gas version for that.
Of course it is possible ! Just not done yet!
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Do you think our transmission can handle more torque than a JBD @ 100% (this is what I have mine set at) plus other mods?
The transmission is design to take over 540lbs of torque ! If u take good care of her without brake boost... Everything should be fine. This tranny if I'm correct comes from a v8 or v12 I don't remember to support higher torque numbers
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I could be wrong, but I don't think anyone has hit 400hp on the diesel. You are going to need the gas version for that.
Of course it is possible ! Just not done yet!
BMW 335d uses only 60% of it's potential )
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Uh. Im pretty sure JBD @ 100% is within a single digit (ft-lbs) of the tranny torque limit. Good luck!
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540 lbs is not the limit! It's a number that the tranny can hold before having a risk of failure! We are far from a tranny break down on the "D"
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..To each his own...
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Our cars have the ZF 6HP28 transmission, which is rated at 700Nm, or 516 ft/lbs. of torque. So we do have some room to go upwards from the factory rating of 425 ft./lbs., but do be careful!
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Dont think you see close to 400hp with w/m injection, FIC, and JBD...

need exhaust upgrades, further tuning, etc
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Dont think you see close to 400hp with w/m injection, FIC, and JBD...

need exhaust upgrades, further tuning, etc
U are propably right but I will try anyway and only dyno's will tell
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I could be wrong, but I don't think anyone has hit 400hp on the diesel. You are going to need the gas version for that.
Or propane.
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Or propane.
This is what I'd like to do...
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400hp/835nm+ has been done in Sweden!

http://dcsforum.se/dieselsnack/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=6238

http://www.garaget.org/?car=223177
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Amazing. Not sure I would want to drop that much power on our tranny.
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starting with a little half bad pictures better, What should be done one Folders 2 built downpipe and full-flow exhaust system, three possible flow preppa turbo eggs 4 ev preppa aut 5 My goal is Sweden's best 335d Coupe 2011
Where does one find these "turbo eggs"?
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