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post #511 of 608 Old 28th June 2007, 03:40 AM Thread Starter
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Here they are who haev been released so far:

First movie: Introduction of the participants

View it on Veoh. (12,5 min, best quality)

View it on Dailymotion (12,5 min)

View it on Google Video.

View it on Youtube (10 min)


Second movie: Evening before the big day: Kelleners BMW M6 vs 650+ HP Toyota Supra Go here.

In the very near future it is time again with one more report.

Third movie: Introduction of the participants II

View it on Youtube.
View it on Streetfire.

Fourth video: Member RussRamz video of the Carrera GT vs BMW M6 vs last race of the Supra.

Here.

Fifth movie: Introduction of the participants + Porsche Carrera GT and McLaren Mercedes SLR want to be part of the action

Youtube video here.
Streetfire video here.
Veoh video here.

Sixth movie: BMW M6 Kelleners Sport vs Chevrolet Corvette Z06 Halltech. Go here.

Seventh movie: Lunch at the Estate. YouTube video here.

Eight movie: BMW Alpina B5 vs Mercedes E55 AMG Kompressor Go here.

Ninth movie: Ruf R Turbo 650 vs Toyota Supra 650. Go here.

Tenth movie: Supercharged Dodge Viper vs Kelleners BMW M6. Go here.

Eleventh movie: Mercedes ML63 AMG vs Audi RS4 Avant. Go here.

Twelvth movie: Kelleners Sport BMW M5 vs BMW Alpina B5. Go here.

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Did I miss video # 10 ???
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Tenth movie: Supercharged Dodge Viper vs Kelleners BMW M6. Go here..
Oh , how could I forgotten that one ??? Thanks for the run down..
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(posted the question here as per your request)

Hello Gustav,

Do you have the video of our race. BMW-H8TR against your M5? I would like to see the end result as I never really saw the finish (to concentrated on the road :-) ). Also I will get my film camera back this weekend with the stuff I shot. Do you want me to send you the stuff I have( I can upload it on my site and give only you download rights)? What are the rules for posting it? Not that I have any inclination of doing so but thought I'd ask. I obviously understand if you don't want people posting their films, but want to be clear on the "rules".


Thanks for a super event and have a nice day!

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Hello and welcome here!

Yes, I will publish that race and that will be quite nice to hear the analiysis of that. My guess is that the M5 E39 is more sensitive to heat than the RS4, or yor RS4 "BMWH8R" is just really fast

That would be GREAT to have some material from you, since it wil leb a thried camera. Yes please. Or, I can simply meet you up and borrow the tape.

I would prefeer if the movies go through me so everything is gathered here, per the rules at the event.

Thnkas for coming and you have nice car, and your licenseplate is great and you have made many smiles aroudn the world when they see pcitures of your car on the site.

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Hello Gustav,

Do you have the video of our race. BMW-H8TR against your M5? I would like to see the end result as I never really saw the finish (to concentrated on the road :-) ). Also I will get my film camera back this weekend with the stuff I shot. Do you want me to send you the stuff I have( I can upload it on my site and give only you download rights)? What are the rules for posting it? Not that I have any inclination of doing so but thought I'd ask. I obviously understand if you don't want people posting their films, but want to be clear on the "rules".


Thanks for a super event and have a nice day!

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Why would the M5 be more sensitive to heat?

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Older ECU and technology. Also the temp sensor is known to be overtly sensitive:

"In the ideal world the temperature within the mass air flow sensor and the ambient temperature would be the same. However several items such as radiant heat, compartment temperatures, etc. will change this reading as such the DME may receive a single that says the air is warmer than it actually is and then makes fuel and timing adjustments accordingly. The result is less power, and in fact so much so in some areas an
d temperatures that it can be like night and day."

IATS relocation in hot weather conditions- does it make a difference?

However this is mainly true for lower speeds, but it is a valid thought that the newer ECU the better heat management

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Why would the M5 be more sensitive to heat?
Since it lost?

I'd say both cars are mapped under similar circumstances, weather conditions should affect two N/A cars in similar ways..

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OK hthen we have a fast RS4 "BMWH8R"

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Since it lost?

I'd say both cars are mapped under similar circumstances, weather conditions should affect two N/A cars in similar ways..
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