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      07-04-2013, 07:51 AM   #23
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Here is a friend of mine.
He also has stage 2, but he does NOT have this sound.

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      07-04-2013, 10:02 AM   #24
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Here is a friend of mine.
He also has stage 2, but he does NOT have this sound.

How many miles ? Kind of hoping I would not see this :/
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DPF Replaced by a downpipe. Gets you to + 355HP 730NM.
Wait, that's 538lb/ft (I'm assuming at the wheels). Can the transmission even handle that? I thought the ZF is rated at max 500lb/ft.
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      07-04-2013, 10:41 AM   #26
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How many miles ? Kind of hoping I would not see this :/
He has around 110k miles. I'm at 90.
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Wait, that's 538lb/ft (I'm assuming at the wheels). Can the transmission even handle that? I thought the ZF is rated at max 500lb/ft.
My Flywheel was destroyed earlier.
It's back to stock now.
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378bhp & 546lb/ft and doing well apart from this knacking noise 110k miles too ( gearbox is on the limit )
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My Flywheel was destroyed earlier.
It's back to stock now.
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378bhp & 546lb/ft and doing well apart from this knacking noise 110k miles too ( gearbox is on the limit )
That's ... An insane amount of torque. How long do/did your tires last?
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Here is a friend of mine.
He also has stage 2, but he does NOT have this sound.
I can hear the noise, its a little more faint but that hammering on a tin can noise is unmistakeable. If he puts the camera/microphone closer to the hole you will hear it better
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It's not the same sound if you ask me .
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      07-09-2013, 08:04 AM   #33
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almost the same but TICKING faster, boy you guys scared the sheit out of me even my girlfriend who was making some hot tea for me heard it and said WTF is that noise !!!
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Why wasn't the EGR just turned off (tuned out) as part of the tune? The ECU would simply not open the EGR valve to let re-circultated air into the engine.
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      07-13-2013, 06:32 PM   #35
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Has anyone actually sourced the reason for this racket? It's a major metallic non lubricated clattering going on.
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      07-28-2013, 02:46 PM   #36
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One of the possible solutions.
I want to find a solution for other 335D owners, so that they wont have to pay 2500 USD for something that nobody knows how to fix.


DPF Replaced by a downpipe. Gets you to + 355HP 730NM.
Hi I've recently purchased a 335d M Sport and new to this forum. It's a cracking car but I'm after more power. Say I did get the DPF replaced with a downpipe, who will I have to go to for remapping to get 355Hp and 730Nm of torque? I've looked at many companies but they tend to quote figures around the 630Nm mark.

I'd very much appreciate your help!

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Hi I've recently purchased a 335d M Sport and new to this forum. It's a cracking car but I'm after more power. Say I did get the DPF replaced with a downpipe, who will I have to go to for remapping to get 355Hp and 730Nm of torque? I've looked at many companies but they tend to quote figures around the 630Nm mark.

I'd very much appreciate your help!

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Go to ecotune in glasgow , you'll get 380 bhp & 730nm
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Go to ecotune in glasgow , you'll get 380 bhp & 730nm
Thanks mate. I will give them a try!
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That's ... An insane amount of torque. How long do/did your tires last?
10.000 miles
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      08-02-2013, 07:23 PM   #40
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Has anyone actually sourced the reason for this racket? It's a major metallic non lubricated clattering going on.
My tuner mentioned that it could be something related to the Timing Chain.
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      10-09-2013, 04:27 PM   #41
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A friend of my also cracked his EGR last month. Stage 2.
If my dealer only know that it was the EGR I payed 3000 USD of working hours and parts and only the EGR was broken..
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I have cracked 5 of these coolers and now I have a bent conrod because the water went through the engine. Engine out to repair !
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My tuner mentioned that it could be something related to the Timing Chain.
Vacuum pump, normal noise
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yeah, im definitely not doing an EGR delete, specifically because of this thread. I still think if done right the cooler could be bypassed if an EGR delete has been done, but it would be necessary to make sure the coolant connections follow the correct path
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