Syvecs Sports Mind N54 135i puts down 807whp and 667wtq

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As promised some more footage of the garage Sports Mind 135i, featured earlier in the flyby video on our wall.
The Syvecs Ltd N54 Plug N Play kit allows for flat shifting as per all of our ECUs and the driver was said to be very happy with this feature. We approve too.
With kits currently out in the USA and back here in the UK yet to report in we can see a few more posts being dedicated to the N54 platform in the near future.

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Awesome to finally see one running a single setup, but what was up with the Christmas tree?
 

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You saw how fast that speedo moved lol. Just need to save up 5k for it lol. I wonder what o2 sensor are they using and could we port the adv sensor over.

I already talked to Syvecs a month ago on this. The ADV sensor is compatible, you just have to swap 2 wires in the harness and make some changes to the sensor setup in the DME. They said it wasn't a problem.
 

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Just waiting on the port plate and some harness changes and this will finally make it's home under the hood!
 

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Oh very nice! What is done to your 335?
As it sits, Walbro 450, Cobb AP/Catback, VRSF Catless DPs/7" FMIC/Hot Side Inlets, and Ported Head.

Going single 6266 on 100% e85. It should be on the dyno Jan/Feb. This round won't have a built bottom end so stopping around 700. Next round will be closed deck, forged rotating, and get a bit more crazy with the head.

Where in AZ? I was in Tucson for a meeting last week.
 

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As it sits, Walbro 450, Cobb AP/Catback, VRSF Catless DPs/7" FMIC/Hot Side Inlets, and Ported Head.

Going single 6266 on 100% e85. It should be on the dyno Jan/Feb. This round won't have a built bottom end so stopping around 700. Next round will be closed deck, forged rotating, and get a bit more crazy with the head.

Where in AZ? I was in Tucson for a meeting last week.

I live in Chandler.

That sounds like its going to be a beast, hopefully we'll see a build thread or at least a photo dump of your project!
 
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Can someone post the fly-by ideo here? Cause OMG that car shifts hard as hell. No bog, no drop in power delivery....it sounds violent.

And beautiful!
 

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Whos tuning it for you
I'm not going to post his name. This platform isn't his day to day. I will ask him next time we talk if he minds me sharing here.

The plug and play tune isn't bad. They provide a pretty good basemap.

The big wins are antilag strategies, superior traction control, safeties and realtime ethanol corrections. The rest of it I'm sure you've all read the brochure. It's nothing short of amazing what these computers can accomplish now days.
 

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I'm not going to post his name. This platform isn't his day to day. I will ask him next time we talk if he minds me sharing here.

The plug and play tune isn't bad. They provide a pretty good basemap.

The big wins are antilag strategies, superior traction control, safeties and realtime ethanol corrections. The rest of it I'm sure you've all read the brochure. It's nothing short of amazing what these computers can accomplish now days.
In my experience adapting aftermarket injection sounds good until you drive it. There’s always some little annoying behaviour etc that needs a workaround. I’d love to hear more about how seamless the integration with our cars is?
 

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I'm not going to post his name. This platform isn't his day to day. I will ask him next time we talk if he minds me sharing here.

The plug and play tune isn't bad. They provide a pretty good basemap.

The big wins are antilag strategies, superior traction control, safeties and realtime ethanol corrections. The rest of it I'm sure you've all read the brochure. It's nothing short of amazing what these computers can accomplish now days.

If people are watching TX2k18 (or the last 10y for that matter) this guy has probably tuned 1/2 of the cars there running over 200mph.