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    Well at last I have had my Dyno done following the BMW Performance upgrade on top of the the mods I have done (listed in my signature)
    341BHP & 360Ft Lbs so with 15% transmission loss, that's 290 at the wheels
    135i MSport Coupe: BMW Perf: Upgrade, Exhaust & Quick Shift. C/F Mirrors, Boot Spoiler, Rear Diffuser, Front Lip - MS Scoops & Air Filter, BSH OCC - Forge FMIC & DDV’s - Modified Charge Pipe & Air Box - LED Angels - Race Mesh FMIC Grill & Kidney Grills - Advan RZ's - Quaife LSD - GIAC (400 BHP & 415 Ft lbs)
     
     

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    Well done Si, that must be a hoot to drive.
     
     

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    it is indeed. Sub 5 secs to 60 is easy...just need to find a way to reduce the wheel spin
    135i MSport Coupe: BMW Perf: Upgrade, Exhaust & Quick Shift. C/F Mirrors, Boot Spoiler, Rear Diffuser, Front Lip - MS Scoops & Air Filter, BSH OCC - Forge FMIC & DDV’s - Modified Charge Pipe & Air Box - LED Angels - Race Mesh FMIC Grill & Kidney Grills - Advan RZ's - Quaife LSD - GIAC (400 BHP & 415 Ft lbs)
     
     

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    you've gotta be happy with that, it'll scare most things on the road! good job fella
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deano16v View Post
    you've gotta be happy with that, it'll scare most things on the road! good job fella
    Yeah, it's great fun....as always you would never say NO to more power, but until the warranty expires in dec this year, it will do for now
    135i MSport Coupe: BMW Perf: Upgrade, Exhaust & Quick Shift. C/F Mirrors, Boot Spoiler, Rear Diffuser, Front Lip - MS Scoops & Air Filter, BSH OCC - Forge FMIC & DDV’s - Modified Charge Pipe & Air Box - LED Angels - Race Mesh FMIC Grill & Kidney Grills - Advan RZ's - Quaife LSD - GIAC (400 BHP & 415 Ft lbs)
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Si-135i View Post
    it is indeed. Sub 5 secs to 60 is easy...just need to find a way to reduce the wheel spin
    gripper diff and wider rear tyres?
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamiewright1990 View Post
    gripper diff and wider rear tyres?
    The diffs a bit expensive right now, but the tyres are already on the list for the next change in about 2000 Miles......in time for the summer
    135i MSport Coupe: BMW Perf: Upgrade, Exhaust & Quick Shift. C/F Mirrors, Boot Spoiler, Rear Diffuser, Front Lip - MS Scoops & Air Filter, BSH OCC - Forge FMIC & DDV’s - Modified Charge Pipe & Air Box - LED Angels - Race Mesh FMIC Grill & Kidney Grills - Advan RZ's - Quaife LSD - GIAC (400 BHP & 415 Ft lbs)
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by afcneal View Post
    What would the stock equivalent be?

    I'm guessing you mean tyres...
    I will be going for the 255/30/18's in RFT - this will give 20mm extra rubber on the road and a very very slight increase in rolling radius. It equates to less than 1% so from memory I think its about 0.7MPH at 70MPH.

    I will do the samewith the front too, just up one size for 20MM accros the front. At the same time I will probably go for 5mm Spacers front and rear to improve appearance, as that will equate to 10mm on each wheel.
    135i MSport Coupe: BMW Perf: Upgrade, Exhaust & Quick Shift. C/F Mirrors, Boot Spoiler, Rear Diffuser, Front Lip - MS Scoops & Air Filter, BSH OCC - Forge FMIC & DDV’s - Modified Charge Pipe & Air Box - LED Angels - Race Mesh FMIC Grill & Kidney Grills - Advan RZ's - Quaife LSD - GIAC (400 BHP & 415 Ft lbs)
     
     

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    might be worth looking at something like this

    http://www.racelogic.co.uk/?show=Traction_Control

    not sure about your budget but from what i hear it is a cracking set up

    and not to mention they are cracking figures that you are running there nice job !!!!!
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by afcneal View Post
    Apols - I meant bhp on a dyno without the mods you've done.

    My bad.
    Here you go, my full Dyno History :-

    310BHP (263RWH) stock with Helene Air filter
    323BHP (274 RWHP) with Forge FMIC - Forge DDV's - modified Charge pipe - Helene Air filter - Air scoops

    341BHP (290 RWHP) as it now with the BMW Performance Pack and I swayyed the Helene air filter for the MS one.

    All done on a "Dyno Dynamics" Dyno (only given "calculated" crank BHP & drivetrain loss of 15%) and always with - Shell VPower 99 Ron (No additives)
    135i MSport Coupe: BMW Perf: Upgrade, Exhaust & Quick Shift. C/F Mirrors, Boot Spoiler, Rear Diffuser, Front Lip - MS Scoops & Air Filter, BSH OCC - Forge FMIC & DDV’s - Modified Charge Pipe & Air Box - LED Angels - Race Mesh FMIC Grill & Kidney Grills - Advan RZ's - Quaife LSD - GIAC (400 BHP & 415 Ft lbs)
     
     

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