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Old 9th March 2012, 04:47   #331
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Damn, I can't wait for my VT2 kit to arrive!!! LOL
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Old 9th March 2012, 04:53   #332
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Old 9th March 2012, 04:57   #333
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Haha same here....I have been patiently waiting.....losing sleep and not getting much done at work because all I can think about is my SC kit
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What's your list of current mods duhawks?
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RPi full exhaust, RPi pulley, RPi air scoops, bmc filters, BO plates, Custom dyno tune by OE tuning, Sprint Booster (if that counts), and now Evolve HF catted headers, andddddddd laser jammers to keep me out of jail

I honestly am nervous about how fast the car will be after the VT2 install when I get it now. After the headers the car is really fast. I can get up to 120mph really fast.
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Nice! Maybe add the RPI oil cooler too.
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Nice! Maybe add the RPI oil cooler too.

Does it help? What about after the SC? I did notice my oil did get a little warmer on the track after my really aggressive tune, but just a little bit. The headers feel like they game me some serious power. The RPMs climb fast as crap now.

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Does it help? What about after the SC? I did notice my oil did get a little warmer on the track after my really aggressive tune, but just a little bit. The headers feel like they game me some serious power. The RPMs climb fast as crap now.
It does help keep your car in the optimum range of temperatures but you won't notice it in day to day driving. Eloy can explain the benefits better than I.
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It does help keep your car in the optimum range of temperatures but you won't notice it in day to day driving. Eloy can explain the benefits better than I.

I would imagine it would help a little bit of everything with the oil being cooler. Be better for the VANOS
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Cool engine = happy engine!

i wonder if there is any m5's running on e85 tuned obviously
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