1995 M3 GT nr111 Twin Turbo and other stuff
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    1995 M3 GT nr111 Twin Turbo and other stuff

    Hi members,

    Just saying hello.

    I have an ever lasting project going. Just spent this weekend finalizing the latest version which includes the PPF Sweden Cut-Ring headgasket and Aquamist HSF-3 water injection.

    My car is a 1995 E36 M3 GT number 111 of 356 made.

    I bought the car in February 2007 and have been doing this and that to it since the purschase.

    main features are:

    Engine:
    E36 M3 GT 111/356
    S50B32 engine block bored to 86.5mm with B30 forged rods 3.0L displacement, B32 cylinder head, B30 vanos, GT cams. ARP2000 headstuds, PPF Cut-ring Gasket, Forged 8.5:1 cr CP-Carillo pistons, VAC racing bearings, ARP rod bolts. RC750cc injectors, VEMS 3.6 ECU, Aquamist HSF-3 Water/Meth injection pre turbo and plenium, Ceramic coated tubular exhaust manifolds, two Garrett GT2252 turbos.
    500hp/500ftlbs without water/meth.

    Suspention: H&R coilovers and adjustable swaybers, Intrax camber/caster plates front, OEM X-Brace front, E46M3 topmounts rear, Powerflex bushes all round

    Gearbox/Clutch/Final drive: Standard 5speed ZF box with Sachs Racing 5puch 700nm clutch and heavy duty pressure plate connecting to a lightweight JB-Racing flywheel and 2.93 25% diff

    Brakes: Brembo 8piston calipers + 370x38mm ceramic disks front with yellowstuff pads, Zimmermann drilled rotors rear with Ferodo DS2500 pads, steel braded lines and Ate Super Blue

    Cosmetics: Fairly standard look, light flare on rear wings, White BBS RC303 8.5x18" ET38 with 5mm spacers all round, 245/35-18 front and 255/35-18 rear

    Interior: 2 seat conversion, semi stripped interior, custom stitched Recaro Pole Position seats, Schroth 3" harness and Heigo Halfcage. Momo wheel and 7" touchscreen hooked up to the VEMS for wideband monitoring.

    Picture:



    The car was featured in Performance BMW August issue:

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    Hello, cool project. Seen it on facebook and other sites too aka thehulk?

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    Hello and welcome.... It's an uber cool motor...

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    Made it over then LOVE this car! Fooking awesome!

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    Hi and welcome lovely motor ya got there

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    Pictures of the engine build please

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    We need more pics of everything. A very cool M3. I expect it's quite a handful?


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    Brilliant M3 , like all others said, having more pictures would be cool!

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    I will try post some, since I have taken pictures of almost everything there should be plenty to go around.

    The car is very easy to control, since I am working the VANOS and have two relatively small turbos the power is very linear. The car pulls from 2000rpm and all the way to 7500rpm.
    Max torque of about 500lbs (or 680nm) is achieved at only 3600rpm which means that I have more power at 3000rpm than a stock M3 has at 7000rpm.
    Once maximum torque is reached (18PSI @ 3600rpm) we slowly decrease the pressure all the way to the redline because the turbos run out of breath. Therefore I get maximum BHP at 6000rpm, a full 1500rpm before redline. At redline the car is pulling about 450hp.

    So the area under the curve is huge, but still I only need to run the car 3000-6000rpmp to get all the power I ever need.

    Now with the water injection I should be able to keep the boost level for longer. The pre-impeller water/meth injection actually changes the density of the air, more oxygen because its colder and therefore making the turbos more effective, specially at the higher RPM's. So if I wanted I could run more top end power. I could also increase the torque to a possible 750nm but then I would need a new clutch.

    I have done a lot to make the car more stable and handle the power better so it is actually very easy to control, and then I have the brakes to stop it also.

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    very nice motor mate

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