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      04-25-2017, 11:46 AM   #1
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Big single turbo kit for N63

Ran into this on Instsgram, almost complete single turbo kit for a N63 for a f10 550i
https://www.instagram.com/p/BTPExQshq0G/
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Wow, I'm sure that was fun making that fit.
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      04-26-2017, 12:45 PM   #3
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im interested in what he plans to do for fueling and tune... he posted another video of it running. If it can be done for the N63 then it can be done for the S63 too
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I've been waiting for someone to do this. I'm in for numbers though...that looks like a tight angle where the exhaust exits the turbo and how the ECU tuning will work for it using a BOV instead of recirc. A build thread would be nice.
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I've been waiting for someone to do this. I'm in for numbers though...that looks like a tight angle where the exhaust exits the turbo and how the ECU tuning will work for it using a BOV instead of recirc. A build thread would be nice.
It looks like the BOV is recirculating. Plus, doesn't that engine run on a MAP sensor, so it wouldn't really matter?
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I think the N63 uses a MAF while the S63 uses a MAP sensor.
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      04-26-2017, 09:16 PM   #7
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I didn't look close enough, my bad. As for being MAP, I thought I'd read somewhere that the engine is tuned to see when the wastegate opens on a stock setup, so if the wastegates are no longer recirc that it'd cause a moment of lean condition when they go off. I'm not claiming to be a source of knowledge on this, I'd just love if I could get a more pronounced BOV that what I get already. The S63 has the BOV as an integral part of the charge pipes, I don't know where they're at on the S63TU, N63 or N63TU for comparison...those cars also have MAF's while the S63 doesn't, for whatever that's worth.
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