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E36 328I t3/T4 turbo build
14-11-2018, 06:22 PM
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RE: E36 328I t3/T4 turbo build
(14-11-2018 03:14 PM)Potent Wrote:  
(05-11-2018 06:25 PM)Chris Swart Wrote:  Dictators arrived last Wednesday for myself and 2 friends.(one E36 325I also getting boosted and a 200SX)
Awesome service from DY Performance!

Angle kit on my mates E36 , have the same lock kit just need to get fitting!!
(maybe this weekend)

Sent my head in before I started building the motor.

This should probably be at the top but this is where we started.

Better view of the turbo that has been subjected to this vehicle.

Howzit Bud,

Awesome build so far. I would love to do this in my E36 one day.

Please keep the updates coming.

Sharp.

Will definitely keep the updates coming!

Busy wiring up my dicktator 60-2 ,been quiet a tedious process but almost thereTy

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14-11-2018, 07:05 PM
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lightbulb RE: E36 328I t3/T4 turbo build
Coming along nicelyThumbs
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14-11-2018, 09:09 PM
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RE: E36 328I t3/T4 turbo build
Chris, great stuff keep going.

Just an observation; I think your injectors are way too big. Our local systems struggle to control big injectors at idle (pump Fuel). Check AFR's on idle at 3 bar fuel pressure and if its still too rich check what happens if you bring the 3 bar pressure down to 2 bar. If it works, it means your injectors are too big and you will probably get bore wash (fuel wash oil off cylinder walls).
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15-11-2018, 07:04 PM
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RE: E36 328I t3/T4 turbo build
(14-11-2018 09:09 PM)wilnic Wrote:  Chris, great stuff keep going.

Just an observation; I think your injectors are way too big. Our local systems struggle to control big injectors at idle (pump Fuel). Check AFR's on idle at 3 bar fuel pressure and if its still too rich check what happens if you bring the 3 bar pressure down to 2 bar. If it works, it means your injectors are too big and you will probably get bore wash (fuel wash oil off cylinder walls).

The idea was to keep the duty cycle as low as possible,Speedshop was pushing me on for 1000s when I wanted to put 660s.Hammerhead

Hopefully they wont be too much of an issue otherwise I will get a smaller set or trade someone looking to upgrade!

Thanks for the heads up bud.

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16-11-2018, 09:21 AM
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RE: E36 328I t3/T4 turbo build
Great build Chris. Eager to see the graph once she's moving and kicking.

Please post a clip of your first start, would love to hear and see it.
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