Thanks for the comments. Bleeding is the same as factory except you don't have a bleeder screw, so just leave the cap off during the bleeding procedure.Love the development and ingenuity, awesome work!
Just one question from my side in regards to the relocated coolant tank expansion hose. Any issues bleeding or works same as factory?
Also excited for direct MAC integration.
Wait what, I missed something.
Now I can ditch the Boost Box and the Split Second? All can be controlled by stock ECU (MSD81).
Frickin' sign me up!
Moving on to the fuel system, this car has more fuel than I know what to do with to be honest. In the trunk I have a 1/8" laser cut aluminum panel that's replacing the ABS insert. Mounted to that we have a Radium Fuel Surge Tank with two walbro 450's installed. The factory lift pump remains to fill the fuel surge tank and is still volume controlled by the DME with the factory EKP. The primary walbro 450 pump is volume controlled by the DME as well with another EKP. The second walbro 450 pump is relay controlled and actuated by the DME.
Yeah, saw that when I was looking at making my own. Didn't like how thin it was so I went with 1/8". I can have more made if there's interest.For anyone interested, I cam across a delete panel:
Prepping your car for the track? Stripping the excess weight and plastics out of the modern BMW will leave a gaping hole in your trunk. The HARD Motorsport Trunk Filler Panel is the only drop-in solution available for your E90, E92 M and non-M chassis.www.hardmotorsport.com
Not much to it really but I'm still testing this setup so I don't want to write a how-to guide until it's been properly vetted. If you have an urgent need send me a PM and we can discuss.Sick setup Bahn! Subbed and super keen for more deets.. Any chance you can give us a rundown on how you've integrated dual EKP modules?