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Old 03-27-2008, 10:22 AM
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Z4m S54 Csl Carbon Airbox

Hi everyone since i am still worried about FI i have been searching for CSL airbox it fits z4m perfectly byt the questions are :

What need to be changed can we send information to Superchips and can they send us back new software like other intakes ?


2) How much gain is possible with software..


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3) How much should an S54 can raise rev limiter 8200 ? without changing any part



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Old 03-27-2008, 11:31 AM
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Did you contact Superchips?

Depends on if you go AN or stay MAF.

I wouldn't go to 8200 without changing the rod bolts to 11mm...and even then I would go with what the chip people say.
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Old 03-27-2008, 11:48 AM
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Did you contact Superchips?

Depends on if you go AN or stay MAF.

I wouldn't go to 8200 without changing the rod bolts to 11mm...and even then I would go with what the chip people say.
no i did not but i will if its possible,

What would be difference between go AN or stay Maf ?

And would changing rod bolts be enough and safe for at least 8200 rpm...

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Old 03-27-2008, 01:25 PM
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no i did not but i will if its possible,

What would be difference between go AN or stay Maf ?

And would changing rod bolts be enough and safe for at least 8200 rpm...

Thanks for the help

MAF is easier to tune and get right.

I wouldn't spend a lot of time over 8000 no matter when I had done to the engine.
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Old 03-29-2008, 11:06 AM
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thanks,

what do you guys think about this,

K.sport Motorkit +60hp

increase to 3.4 liter, exchange crankshaft, pistons 150 gram lighter , Connecting rods 100 gram lighter per piece, compression 12:1 airbox, two camshafts, catalysers, rear silencer modified ecu (Max 8200rpm)
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