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    • Burger Tuning Infiniti Q50 VR30DDTT Red Sport results with JB4, intake, heat exchanger and 30% E85 fuel

      BMS (Burger Tuning) is pushing further into the Infiniti market and recently they tested out some new parts on an Infiniti Q50 Red Sport. In addition to the BJ4 tune BMS is offering a heat-exchanger as well as a VR30DDTT air intake.


      The intake picked up some nice gains with the JB4 set on Map 6:


      The heat-exchanger is doing its job preventing heat soak:

      Quote Originally Posted by BMS
      Had a chance to dyno test an RS today with a JB4, BMS intake, and BMS heat exchanger. Fuel was 30% E85.

      Results were about as expected. With the intake we were able to make a little more HP up top compared to the same car before the intake and heat exchanger. Although, it was not a direct back to back run so more antidotal data than concrete data on that front. And while we don't expect to see "dyno gains" on the heat exchanger IAT remained steady during all pulls so its doing its job. The owner will notice that more during back to back runs where heat soak would otherwise come in to play
      This platform certainly is proving popular with tuners.


      This article was originally published in forum thread: Burger Tuning Infiniti Q50 VR30DDTT Red Sport results with JB4, intake, heat exchanger and 30% E85 fuel started by Sticky View original post
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      1. RobNyc's Avatar
        RobNyc -
        Sean from IveyTune makes good power on Tune and Intake and pump
      1. Sticky's Avatar
        Sticky -
        Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by RobNyc Click here to enlarge
        Sean from IveyTune makes good power on Tune and Intake and pump
        Yeah but he didn't comment on how he hit 47X wheel horsepower on the stock turbos after being asked directly about it.