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      10-18-2017, 09:12 PM   #1
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A few days ago, my F30 335i xdrive N55 PWG has just achieved 0-100km/h in 3.27s measured by two different 10GHZ accurate GPS.

1/4 mile in 11.1s
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With driver and half tank, the car was around 1800kg. I will try to do some weight reduction, what's the most efficient way to reduce weight on this F30? please share your valuable comments! Thank u in advance!

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Very fast. What boost do you drive at every day?
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thats insane. What mods are in this beast???
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Awesome time! Congrats!

Small note: the GPS is 10Hz not 10GHz
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that engine won't last very long.
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Nice time.

Easiest ways to reduce weight:
Go down to a quarter tank of fuel
Remove rear seats
Remove trunk Lining
Remove catback

If you get really serious, definitely swap smaller brakes/wheels. Find a salvage 320i and take the set off of it.
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Also look into a set of light forged wheels, if you want to shed some weight.
You want to reduce as much as you can from "rotating" mass
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Also look into a set of light forged wheels, if you want to shed some weight.
You want to reduce as much as you can from "rotating" mass
Judging from his picture he looks to have BBS FI-R which are about as light as they come...I would assume they are authentic ones but it's hard to tell.
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Judging from his picture he looks to have BBS FI-R which are about as light as they come...I would assume they are authentic ones but it's hard to tell.
Well spotted!
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Well spotted!
Those would be the wheels I would own if I could swallow the $$$...them boys are expensive!
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Very fast. What boost do you drive at every day?
25psi to maxed out PS2 turbo
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thats insane. What mods are in this beast???
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Nice time.

Easiest ways to reduce weight:
Go down to a quarter tank of fuel
Remove rear seats
Remove trunk Lining
Remove catback

If you get really serious, definitely swap smaller brakes/wheels. Find a salvage 320i and take the set off of it.
Thank you and I will starts to remove muffler as it was 25kg T309
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Judging from his picture he looks to have BBS FI-R which are about as light as they come...I would assume they are authentic ones but it's hard to tell.
BBS Ri-D for F30
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Thank you and I will starts to remove muffler as it was 25kg T309
you can remove the midpipe too and just dump the exhaust from the downpipe if you're willing.

and no matter how your wheels are made, bigger will weigh more and the tires will grip less. i'm telling you, drop down to 17s and some tall tires and your times will jump without changing anything else. removing weight from the inside of the car might not have as big of an effect as you expect, but it'll help too.
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honestly thats a good time and all but my 320i with stock run flats(75% tread) runs this time..
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you can remove the midpipe too and just dump the exhaust from the downpipe if you're willing.

and no matter how your wheels are made, bigger will weigh more and the tires will grip less. i'm telling you, drop down to 17s and some tall tires and your times will jump without changing anything else. removing weight from the inside of the car might not have as big of an effect as you expect, but it'll help too.
His BBS RI-D already weigh less than 19 lbs per wheel. It's also going to be next to impossible to find 17" wheels that will clear 380mm brake rotors.
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His BBS RI-D already weigh less than 19 lbs per wheel. It's also going to be next to impossible to find 17" wheels that will clear 380mm brake rotors.
It's more than just absolute weight though. It's also about Rotational Inertia, which the 20" wheels will have a much great moment of inertia than 17" wheels even given the exact same weight.

If he's really searching for 1/4 mile times then those brakes need to go as well. He'd probably save 50 lbs just dropping down to base calipers, then another 20-30lbs dropping down to base size rotors. This doesn't even factor in the lower moment of inertia on the smaller rotors..

Edit: I'm guessing he'll find much better drag tires with smaller wheels as well. Proper drag tires will help his time more than any weight savings.
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It's more than just absolute weight though. It's also about Rotational Inertia, which the 20" wheels will have a much great moment of inertia than 17" wheels even given the exact same weight.

If he's really searching for 1/4 mile times then those brakes need to go as well. He'd probably save 50 lbs just dropping down to base calipers, then another 20-30lbs dropping down to base size rotors. This doesn't even factor in the lower moment of inertia on the smaller rotors..

Edit: I'm guessing he'll find much better drag tires with smaller wheels as well. Proper drag tires will help his time more than any weight savings.
Thank you very much for your hint, so far I am using Michelin CUP2, due to Xdrive, slippery issue can be improved by better launch techniques. BBS RI-D only weight 7.5kg each
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you can remove the midpipe too and just dump the exhaust from the downpipe if you're willing.

and no matter how your wheels are made, bigger will weigh more and the tires will grip less. i'm telling you, drop down to 17s and some tall tires and your times will jump without changing anything else. removing weight from the inside of the car might not have as big of an effect as you expect, but it'll help too.
I will focus on reduce rotation weight, thank you very much!
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Hi ALL,

A few days ago, my F30 335i xdrive N55 PWG has just achieved 0-100km/h in 3.27s measured by two different 10GHZ accurate GPS.

1/4 mile in 11.1s
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Car: 2014 F30 335i xdrive PWG N55
Mod: Pure stg2 turbo, BMS JB4, BM3, PI and meth 25psi boost
Location: Shanghai, China
Temp.: 20 degrees C

With driver and half tank, the car was around 1800kg. I will try to do some weight reduction, what's the most efficient way to reduce weight on this F30? please share your valuable comments! Thank u in advance!

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That's some serious speed man, congratulations
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