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    • E82 135i w/ Doc Race N54 single turbo Precision 6266 taking on a built motor Nissan GTR and an E85 bolt on Hellcat vs. 1991 Eclipse GSX

      This is a very impressive little 135i here. The term little is simply to denote that the E82 chassis is the lightest N54 powered BMW chassis and that certainly helps. Beyond the weight though this is a stock motor and stock automatic car with 150,000+ miles.


      Power is estimated to be in the 650-700 whp range with tuning provided by EMP Tuning. @ajehoti of EMP should be able to shed more on the tune.

      Now, this 135i boogies (and has an awesome plate). The first run is against the GTR and as we all know built examples can range from mild to wild. The 135i takes the race. Why the GTR has a built motor still running the factory turbos is anyone's guess.

      Next up is a Hellcat with a tune, pulleys, intake, and E85. The owner says it traps 142 so it's no joke. The GSX puts up a good fight (it's much, much lighter) but the Hellcat pulls.

      Who else wishes the 135i ran the Hellcat or GSX?


      Nissan GTR mods:
      built engine
      stock turbos (maxed out)
      700whp

      2015 Hellcat charger:
      built by gear head fabrications
      Gear head fab stage 3.5 (e85 fuel)

      1991 AWD Eclipse GSX:
      built 2.0L
      Built Trans
      Precision 7685 (30psi)
      EMS(ecu) tuned by Andre EMS

      This article was originally published in forum thread: E82 135i w/ Doc Race N54 single turbo Precision 6266 taking on a built motor Nissan GTR and an E85 bolt on Hellcat vs. 1991 Eclipse GSX started by Sticky View original post
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      1. Aces's Avatar
        Aces -
        Nice runs. Cool seeing an N54 doing work.
        In the run with the Gtr you can hear the trans slip a bit. Id have been scared running mine at that power with a Bms Bef. Brave man.
      1. Payam@BMS's Avatar
        Payam@BMS -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Aces Click here to enlarge
        Id have been scared running mine at that power with a Bms Bef. Brave man.
        Got any data to show? Terry and I have been running the same OTS flash for years, never had any issues.
      1. Aces's Avatar
        Aces -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Payam@BMS Click here to enlarge
        Got any data to show? Terry and I have been running the same OTS flash for years, never had any issues.
        I mean for the auto trans, not the engine.
      1. weebles's Avatar
        weebles -
        this is a prime example of how potent the n54 cars can be while rolling. yet everyone want to point at 1/4 mile times and say the platform isnt progressing.
      1. Sticky's Avatar
        Sticky -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by weebles Click here to enlarge
        this is a prime example of how potent the n54 cars can be while rolling. yet everyone want to point at 1/4 mile times and say the platform isnt progressing.
        Well part of it is because he has to run from a roll or else that trans is done from a stop.
      1. lulz_m3's Avatar
        lulz_m3 -
        How the hell is the 135 getting traction with those hot dog tires on the back?
      1. 7to3_enthusiast's Avatar
        7to3_enthusiast -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by lulz_m3 Click here to enlarge
        How the hell is the 135 getting traction with those hot dog tires on the back?
        This. Insult to injury for his victims.
      1. LessIsMore's Avatar
        LessIsMore -
        DSM! Random and awesome. Had a 92 GSX and a 93 TSi AWD myself once, cut my teeth on those cars.

        Cool vid.
      1. daedoe's Avatar
        daedoe -
        Sweet little 1er. Im surprised RealSt Hasnt dove into the N54, doing built motors and stuff. They seem to do good 2jz and 4g63 builds.