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NEW N54 HP WORLD RECORD: 725WHP 609WTQ – VTT VTX-R63 Twin Turbo Kit – BMW 335i

By PTF

Sharing the final set of our tuning results from our custom tuning work with the Vargas Turbocharger Technologies in California. Here’s Tony Vargas’ (owner of VTT) online posting/review of our final results with the second to largest of the turbo options in the VTT kit, twin GTX2863R. To put these numbers into perspective, with approximately…Read more NEW N54 HP WORLD RECORD: 725WHP 609WTQ – VTT VTX-R63 Twin Turbo Kit – BMW 335i

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Customer Review: BMW 335XI (N54) – Incredible gains with E50 – Intake and our custom tuning – Gains of 133awhp/168awtq from stock

By PTF

Sharing another customer review. This time from an almost stock BMW 335XI running an E50 octane blend (50% ethanol 50% 93 octane gas). The only modification to the car is an AFE Dual Cone Intake and our custom tuning. Thank you @vwgrk for giving us the opportunity. =========== I recently went to a dyno to…Read more Customer Review: BMW 335XI (N54) – Incredible gains with E50 – Intake and our custom tuning – Gains of 133awhp/168awtq from stock

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First BMW DCT N54 (335iS) in the 11s and on stock run-flat tires, no meth!

By PTF

Congratulations to KC for being the 1st 335iS DCT car to hit 11s in the 1/4 mile especially given this run was his first time at the dragstrip. The run was done in style with windows down :) OEM Run Flat Tires, FBO, no meth and no DRs! Simply amazing and good luck KC with…Read more First BMW DCT N54 (335iS) in the 11s and on stock run-flat tires, no meth!

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Cobb AccessTUNER Race (ATR) Tuning Tips – Requested Load vs Actual Load

By PTF

Tuning the N54 is now completely possible thanks to www.cobbtuning.com and their Cobb AP handheld. Their OTS (Off-the-Shelf) maps are a great start for your N54 powered BMW car. With the release of AccessTUNER Race you can now custom tune your car to perform like it never has before. Some other tuning platforms give you…Read more Cobb AccessTUNER Race (ATR) Tuning Tips – Requested Load vs Actual Load

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