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08-04-2004 02:20 AM #1
- Charlotte, NC, United StatesMember No: 42143
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Anyone use or know of Electromotive TEC II sys
Looking for any Bimmer owners that use or know of the Electromotive TEC II System to get an idea of what I've gotten into.
Andy in Charlotte, 704-366-7321
Recently bought a 1987 M6, second owner for 10 years. 78,200 documented miles. All service records since new. Electromotive TEC II engine control. Stroked to 92mm. Engine put down 260 RWHP on a DynoJet 248c (no b.s. numbers here). Custom ground, nitrited, polished Moldex billet crankshaft with knife edge counterweights, Crower rods, JE pistons, ported and polished bench flowed head, Schrick cams, Euro headers, stainless exhaust, custom aluminum cold air intake box, Koni and Bilstein shocks, eliminated load level system, performance sway bars, stainless body stiffening shock tower cross support.Electromotive box has replaced the Motronic system and there is no signal for the computer to process for these displays. The speed warning, trip computer, temperature, etc. all still properly function. As currently configured, this car would flag the CA visual smog inspection as the intake barn door (air flow meter) has been removed, the cold air intake is a custom design and does not have a California Air Resources Board (CARB) EO (Executive Order) number, and the intake is no longer stock. It won't meet the California inspection criteria because CA will not allow any modifications from factory specifications, and these mods are clearly visible.
After tuning, car was run through the quarter at Carlsbad: [email protected] on one pass. Not raced again, just once
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