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      05-25-2013, 09:17 AM   #1
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0-60mph in under 4.5 finnally

finnally achieved 0-60 mph in under 4.5 sec, was stuck at a 4.6 for a while.
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      05-25-2013, 09:22 AM   #2
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Nice!

What mods? Did you time it stock?
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      05-25-2013, 09:32 AM   #3
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What mods? Did you time it stock?
dual Afe intake/ cobb/ forge dv's/ 94 oct. and muffler delete, cobb stage 1 agressive
still have to get fmic some time soon, dont know what to get yet, looking for one that installs easy. lol
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I actually got a 4.8 with my Dinan stage III set up with FMIC, OC, Dinan FFE, and Alpina trans flash- AND I have a convertible- you don't know how ecstatic I was when I saw that on my P3 gauge
Good job dude
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I actually got a 4.8 with my Dinan stage III set up with FMIC, OC, Dinan FFE, and Alpina trans flash- AND I have a convertible- you don't know how ecstatic I was when I saw that on my P3 gauge
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what fmic do you have installed? and what temps are you running with speedy driving?
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I actually got a 4.8 with my Dinan stage III set up with FMIC, OC, Dinan FFE, and Alpina trans flash- AND I have a convertible- you don't know how ecstatic I was when I saw that on my P3 gauge
Good job dude
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what fmic do you have installed? and what temps are you running with speedy driving?
Sure thing brother- I'll get her up to speed at some point this week and I'll take it right off my P3 gauge It's a Dinan front mounted intercooler.
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      05-25-2013, 09:55 AM   #7
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Sure thing brother- I'll get her up to speed at some point this week and I'll take it right off my P3 gauge It's a Dinan front mounted intercooler.
i'm thinking of getting either dinan fmic or forge, are you happy with the temps on the dinan fmic?
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Oh absolutely. My temp gauge NEVER hits the middle, no matter how I'm driving. FMIC plus OC is a winning combo! Mind you, many will say DINAN is overpriced, and it is for most of us, but the warranty deal makes it worthwhile for me (the car is mine).
Will definitely get temps when the weather is nice and warm Monday- it's 48 and raining in the tri state

Others who have done FMIC will most likely chime in here (hopefully!)
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      05-25-2013, 10:27 AM   #9
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Oh absolutely. My temp gauge NEVER hits the middle, no matter how I'm driving. FMIC plus OC is a winning combo! Mind you, many will say DINAN is overpriced, and it is for most of us, but the warranty deal makes it worthwhile for me (the car is mine).
Will definitely get temps when the weather is nice and warm Monday- it's 48 and raining in the tri state

Others who have done FMIC will most likely chime in here (hopefully!)
Nice, thanks for chiming in, Dinan may be more $$ but key for warranty purpose. looks like i may have to go same route...
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Here it is fella: Coolant temp runs between 215 and 220 degrees. IAT is between 80 and 90 degrees. As you can see also, my oil temp gauge is always on the cool side
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what it better for 0-60 time, to hit the limiter or change gears at certain rpm ?
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      05-26-2013, 10:12 AM   #13
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My guess: change gears just past horsepower peak.
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      05-26-2013, 10:38 PM   #14
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what it better for 0-60 time, to hit the limiter or change gears at certain rpm ?
I shifted gears around the 7000 rpm range / max is 7200 rpms
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      05-27-2013, 12:19 PM   #15
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I got 4.8s with cobb stage 1 aggressive. 335 rwd, and with a better launch I think I can do a little better.
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      05-27-2013, 12:33 PM   #16
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I got 4.8s with cobb stage 1 aggressive. 335 rwd, and with a better launch I think I can do a little better.
anything under 5 sec is fast for a sedan, nice job on getting in the 4.8 / keep practising your launch (2500 rpm range) cant wait to use stage 2 + fmic / have to still decide what fmic to go with , lol
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Im running the 7" VRSF and seems to do just fine do need to do some logs on it though. But if you want easy fit go with the 5".
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Im running the 7" VRSF and seems to do just fine do need to do some logs on it though. But if you want easy fit go with the 5".
thanks for the info on the VRSF, have to check it out.
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335is with afe dci clocked at 4.39 secs.. Running stage aggressive best run was 4.2.. Dct makes big difference! Here is my thread..

http://www.e90post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=817191

With Cobb plus should be getting close to 4 once I get beefier rubber in the back!
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AWD traction will also give advantage in repeated 0-60 mph runs without tearing your rear tires to shreds. I did very few attempts and got 4.69 to 60 mph on Cobb stg 1 agg with 93 oct. I decided no more that because I do not want to foot an expensive bill for replacement of rear tires.
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AWD traction will also give advantage in repeated 0-60 mph runs without tearing your rear tires to shreds. I did very few attempts and got 4.69 to 60 mph on Cobb stg 1 agg with 93 oct. I decided no more that because I do not want to foot an expensive bill for replacement of rear tires.
+1, Awd launching very nicely without spinning the tires.
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i'm thinking of getting either dinan fmic or forge, are you happy with the temps on the dinan fmic?
I am local to Forge, and have seen firsthand the quality work that shop puts out...their radiators are top notch, and a great shop to deal with.
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