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GIAC BMW DME (ECU) Reflash

$800.00

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Stage 1: 40 horsepower and 60 torque gain over factory (gains will vary between cars and modifications).

Stage 2: 120 horsepower and 150 torque gain over factory (gains will vary between cars and modifications).  Requirements - Intercooler, downpipes and intake.

Stage 2+: (Race File) 145 horsepower and 170 torque gain over factory (gains will vary between cars and modifications)

GIAC Flashloader - allows you to quickly and easily switch the maps in the DME (ECU).  $150.00

Options:

Stock File - Allows you to switch to the factory map settings $100.00

Pump File - Standard Stage 1 File.  Included.

Race - Aggressive file.  For use with race gas or methanol injection.  $200.00

Valet - This mode does not allow the car to go into boost.  Also limits how high the RPMs can go. $100.00

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$800.00

Snow Performance Water/Methanol Injection Kits (Boost Activated)

$339.95

What does water/methanol injection kits do?  They injection methanol into your combustion chamber in your engine.  Why would you want to do that?  Well, the water/methanol mixture when injection into the combustion chamber in your engine fights off knock/detonation, allowing you to run more boost and more timing safely.  It is essentially like running high octane race gas in your car, just much cheaper!  The water/methanol mixture (called Boost Juice by Snow Performance) costs a $9.95 a gallon and will last for some time whereas race gas usually start at $12 a gallon and go upwards of $15 a gallon or more.  Another benefit of water/methanol injection is that it greatly reduces intake air temperatures.  Lower temperatures equates to more power!

Why Snow Performance kits over other brands?  Simple.  Their progressive injector controllers are awesome.  The boost activated controllers (used for the N54 and N55 applications) are very easy to use and understand.  It's why we run Snow Performance water/methanol injector kit on our 135i race car.  Set what PSI you want the injectors to start to start spraying and set what PSI you want maximum flow.  It's that simple.  CAUTION: TO SAFELY AND PROPERLY USE WATER/METHANOL INJECTION, YOUR CAR MUST HAVE THE PROPER TUNING FOR IT.  CONSULT YOUR TUNER IF YOU ARE UNSURE.

Snow Performance offers Stages 1, 2 and 3.  We'll explain the differences below:

Stage 1

Snow Performance Stage 1 Boost Cooler

The gasoline Stage 1 Boost Coolerâ„¢ kit is available for forced induction applications that are either fuel injected or carbureted. Operation is very simple: the system starts injecting when the boost switch reaches the user-adjustable point and it injects a fixed amount of fluid through the nozzle until the switch opens again. This makes it a good choice for low to medium boost setups looking for an octane enhancement and cooler intake charge. Activation can also be set up through any other user-chosen switch, such as a full throttle switch, etc. Now with Lifetime Warranty

Kit includes:
• UHO (Ultra High Output) Pump
• 3 Quart Reservoir
• 2 Nozzles To Cover a Wide Range of Horsepower
• Required Hardware Needed For Installation
• Comprehensive Instructions

This is the most basic kit.  Water/methanol injection is controlled by boost (PSI).  Set it at any boost pressure and it will spray once it reaches targeted boost pressure.

$339.95

Stage 2

Snow Performance Stage 2 Boost Cooler

This kit uses manifold boost pressure to determine when and how much fluid to inject. Proportionally injecting according to boost pressure gives the most accurate delivery of water-methanol and allows the most cooling and performance improvement over the widest range. More power and driveability is the result. It can be used on any forced induction engine: carbureted, fuel injected, turbocharged, positive displacement or centrifugal blowers. The most suitable are the centrifugal supercharged and turbocharged engines, as they build boost is a more progressive manner concerning water-methanol injection. The positive displacement blower engines will work, but it might take more work to dial in the delivery. For higher boost applications (over 25psi), the controller can be upgraded to our VC100 unit. Now with Lifetime Warranty - please see details.

Kit includes:
• UHO (Ultra High Output) Pump
• 3 Quart Reservoir
• Digital Variable Controller
• 2 Nozzles To Cover a Wide Range of Horsepower
• All Required Hardware Needed For Installation
• Comprehensive Instructions

The Stage 2 Kit is essentially the same as the Stage 1 except with the progressive controller.  The controller allows you to set what boost pressure you want to start spraying and at what boost pressure you want maximum spray.  Spray will progressively climb between start and full spray.

$449.95

Stage 3

Snow Performance Stage 3 Boost Cooler

The Stage 3 Boost Cooler® is unmatched for accuracy and adjustability in water-methanol injection systems. This system can be used on any forced induction engine, or ANY engine with a traditonal EFI system, and features our LCD display with on-the-fly adjustability.

Extremely easy to set up and dial in - the software creates a delivery map based on boost or EFI signal from just a few easy to set points you punch in from the drivers seat.

The LCD Screen displays boost pressure, fuel injector duty cycle, as well as water-methanol injection percent. Quick, easy, positive adjustments are made with 2 push buttons. Low profile design allows for easy-to-view and discrete mounting.

Kit includes:
• UHO (Ultra High Output) Pump
• 3 Quart Reservoir
• LCD Screen, Pushbutton Digital Variable Mapping Controller
• 2 Nozzles To Cover a Wide Range of Horsepower
• 10 feet High Pressure Tubing (1200psi burst)
• Comprehensive Instructions
• All Required Hardware Needed For Installation

The Stage 3 Kit is essentially the same as the Stage 1 and 2 Kits except it comes with a LCD progressive controller.  The LCD controller functions just like the progressive controller in the Stage 2 kit however, it has push buttons and an easy to read LCD screen (compared to dials and markings on the Stage 2 controller).

$759.05

Stage 3 MPG Max

Snow Performance Stage 3 MPG Max Boost Cooler

The MPG MAX® Stage 3 Boost Cooler® is unmatched for increases in Fuel Economy AND Power in water-methanol injection systems. Key to this is accuracy and adjustability designed into the system. This Boost Cooler® can be used on any forced induction engine, or ANY engine with a traditional EFI system.

In the lighter load states, it can read and inject according to boost level and EFI signal simultaneously, and inject through a very small nozzle. This allows it to be extremely accurate when injecting smaller amounts to prevent quench.

Additionally, the MPG MAX® has the software and hardware capability to inject the correct amounts under the higher load states for serious increases in power, using a larger secondary nozzle.

Of course, both stages are also fully progressive and completely adjustable for the perfect delivery on your vehicle, no matter what other modifications are utilized.

Very easy to set up and dial in - the software creates a delivery map based on boost and EFI signal from just a few easy to set start and full points you punch in. Fully standalone controller does not have to be wired into any diagnostic port or the ECU/ECM.

The LCD Screen displays boost pressure, fuel injector duty cycle, as well as water-methanol injection percent. Quick, easy, positive adjustments are made with 2 push buttons. Low profile design allows for easy-to-view and discrete mounting.

Kit includes:
• UHO (Ultra High Output) Pump
• 3 Quart Reservoir
• LCD Screen, Pushbutton Digital Variable Mapping Controller
• 2 Nozzles To Cover a Wide Range of Horsepower
• 10 feet High Pressure Tubing (1200psi burst)
• Flow Control Solenoid
• Dual Nozzle upgrade included
• All Required Hardware Needed For Installation
• Comprehensive Instructions

The Stage 3 MPG Max Kit is essentially the same as the regular Stage 3 except it comes with a Dual Nozzle setup which comes with 2 injector nozzle holders and the flow control solenoid.  This allows you to run 2 injectors at the same time unlike the other kits which only allow you to run 1 injector.

$798.00

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$339.95

Competition Series Oil Cooler Upgrade Kit

$1,495.00

After 3 years of development, they're finally ready.  Introducing our Competition Series Twin Oil Cooler System that SOLVED the dreaded limp mode!

Ease of Installation: (1 Easy, 5 Hard) 2
Key Features:
  • COMPLETELY SOLVES THE DREADED LIMP MODE ISSUE found on the N54/N55 engines due to oil temperature!
  • TWO large 9"x8"x2" (11"x8"x2" with end tanks) Oil Coolers.  Factory stock single oil cooler 8.75"x4.75"x1"
  • Over 700% larger (combined twin coolers) than the factory oil coolers!!!
  • Twin coolers have a total of 288 cubic inches of core!  Factory oil cooler has 41 cubic inches.
  • Available with no finish (silver) or Type III Hard Black Anodizing (for stealth). Hard anodizing helps   improve durability of intercooler fins against damage from road debris (rocks).
  • Enclosed box with venting louvers - protects oil coolers from road debris without sacrificing airflow!
  • High Quality Goodrich AN Fittings in Black Anodize - NO China made fittings used here.
  • High End Goodrich Stainless Steel Braided Lines standard 
  • Optional Carbon Fiber or Aluminum Shrouding to direct airflow through the oil coolers for improved efficiency.
  • Includes all hardware needed to install.  No need to go hunting for hardware to finish the installation.
  • Developed under the harsh racing conditions on our 135i Race Car.
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty.

Production Prototypes with Optional Aluminum Shroud Kit Shown Below:

The 135i/335i comes from the factory with a small oil cooler with a core size of 8.75"x4.75"x1" (222mmx121mmx26mm) which comes out to 41 cubic inches of core.  The Competition Series Twin Oil Cooler system features two HUGE identical oil coolers 11"x8"x2" (280mmx203mmx51mm) with a core size of 9"x8"x2" (229mmx203mmx51mm) each.  Each oil cooler comes out to 144 cubic inches which is 3.5 times larger than the factory unit each!  Since there are two oil coolers, you have a combined 288 cubic inches of oil cooler core, over 700% more core than the factory oil cooler.  Through 3 years of development and testing, our Competition Series Oil Cooler has kept our Time Attack 135i from seeing the dreaded limp mode issue due to oil temperatures.  Regardless of conditions (ambient temperatures and track lay out), we have never exceeded 259F!!!  This is in 110F+ track temperatures and wide open throttle pulls all the way to 6 gear (160+ mph).  Through test cars used in our beta testing program, we are getting independently gathered, unbiased data showing the same exact thing.

Test Data  
Independent Test 1 (Buttonwillow Raceway) Independent Test 2 (Laguna Seca Raceway)

Each Competition Series Twin Oil Cooler mounts to its own box enclosure.  Louvers on the backside of the box enclosure ensures airflow through the oil coolers while protecting the oil cooler from road debris, especially debris kicked up from the front tires.  During initial testing, our box enclosure had a big window (open hole) in the back for airflow.  However, throughout the race season, it took so much abuse from rocks, tire and other debris kicked up from the front tires that we had to replace the oil coolers on our Time Attack 135i.  Thus, instead of a big hole for airflow to flow through, we used louvers instead to protect the back side of the oil coolers.  This effectively solved the issue without any affect on performance.  Oil temperatures as well as oil temperature deltas stayed the same. 

Louvered Box Enclosure (Front View)

Louvered Box Enclosure (Rear View)

Everything needed to install is included with the kits.  No low quality, cheap fittings and lines made overseas used here.  High quality Goodrich anodized black AN fittings and high end Goodrich Nylon Braided Lines are used throughout the kit.  
   
Traditionally, oil lines would typically be routed so that the oil gets split to each of the oil coolers (each oil cooler handling 50% of the oil)  due to ease of building the system and lower costs.  Our Competition Series Twin Oil Cooler System however are setup in a "sequential" configuration.  What this means is that oil travels from one cooler to the other thereby 100% of the oil goes through both oil coolers.  Our testing have shown significant increases in efficiency and performance running a "sequential" configuration.  Our new CNC machined oil filter housing adapter (included in the kit) makes this possible.

Oil Filter Housing Adapter for AN Lines

Oil Filter Housing Adapter Being Installed

The Dreaded Limp Mode....
Those of you who track your cars know what we're talking about.  Many nightmares and sleepless nights.  Plenty of days, waking up before the sun comes out, loading up your gear and heading to the racetrack (sometimes hours away) to go race only to be ruined by the dreaded limp mode on the very first hot lap.  Hundred of dollars wasted on a track day you can't enjoy because your car can't make a single lap under full power.  The disappointment.  We felt it.  We know how you feel.  This was our life the very first year (2008) we started racing our 135i.  Every single race, we fought it.  The dreaded limp mode.  Our driver would shift at 4,500 rpm and every other lap would be a cool down lap.  Life was miserable.  For those who don't know, limp mode is when your ECU detects something is wrong and cuts almost all power to the car in hopes of saving itself.  What was causing it?  Oil temperatures.  We were easily seeing over 260F even on a cold day.  By 265-270, limp mode would hit and that was the end of it.  We did additional testing on a dyno by doing constant runs and datalogging what was going on which confirmed that oil temperatures were the culprit.  Interesting thing was that when the car hit limp mode, power would drop to only 50whp every single time.

Once, we figured out it was oil temperatures causing the limp mode, we went straight to work trying to solve the issue.  We started off first by adding a small auxilary oil cooler in conjunction with the factory oil cooler.  This was a laughable attempt.  This did absolutely nothing noticeable.  The next race, limp mode just like before.  Our next attempt, we thought maybe the factory oil cooler just wasn't really efficient.  Thus, we changed that out to a new, larger unit.  With the new oil cooler with the small auxilary oil cooler, we finally saw a slight drop in oil temperatures.  However, it wasn't much and again, at the next race, limp mode.  Our next attempt saw us building ducting shrouds to channel cold air to the oil coolers.  Again, this saw another drop in oil temperatures and better ability to fight off "heatsoak" but still, not enough.  The car would still limp at the track.  Fustration was setting in for us.  Many long days going to the track being ruined by limp mode.  This was our 2008 race season.

With the 2009 race season looming, we decided to go all out.  We were tired of limp mode.  Tired of trying to get the car to do 1 lap under full power.  Tired of finishing in the middle of the pack.  This was when the twin oil coolers was born.  We scrapped the small auxilary oil cooler and added an identical oil cooler on the driver's side.  Thus, we had 2 large oil coolers, one on each corner.  The first race, everyone though we were crazy running 2 large oil coolers., yet SUCCESS!  Oil temperatures had dropped significantly.  We were now able to do more than 1 lap under full power. 

Yet, this was not the end of the limp mode journey.  We're located in Southern California and thus, we frequently see ambient temperatures over 100F.  Our race tracks are also all located in the high desert region.  Perfect for some extreme testing.  Even though the limp mode issue was now under control with the twin oil coolers, on very hot days, it would rear its ugly head.  Also, on certain high speed tracks where we would be at WOT for long periods of time, like Autoclub Speedway's oval configuration (think Nascar), we would occassionally hit limp mode.  Thus, we spent the entire 2009 season refining the twin oil cooler system.  Originally, we had routed the oil lines so that the oil split at the oil filter housing.  This originally started because of our earlier attempts to keep the factory oil cooler.  Yet it dawned on us that this was not efficient.  In essense, since the oil was being split in half, each going to one of the oil coolers, we weren't cooling all the oil with both coolers.  Granted, it still worked since each cooler is now only charged to cool down half the oil in the system but it was inefficient.  Thus, we devised a new system to run the oil lines sequentially to take full advantage of both oil coolers.  Oil now runs from the oil filter housing to the first oil cooler.  Then it runs to the second oil cooler and back to the oil filter housing. Basically, now 100% of the oil was going through both oil coolers.  With the new oil line system, we saw a big change come race day.  The oil temperatures again dropped but what also changed was how much longer the oil cooler fought off "heatsoak".  Temperatures were more stable and stayed lower longer throughout the whole race session. And the best thing of it all?  We completely SOLVED the dreaded limp mode problem!  By the end of the 2009 race season, limp mode was a thing of the past.  Regardless of temperature or track, we NEVER again experienced the dreaded limp mode!

2010 race season was monumental for us.  With all the refinements made in 2009 to the twin coolers and solving the limp mode issue, we were FINALLY able to really work on making our 135i fast.  Instead of spending time and energy trying to fight off limp mode, we spent it making tweaks and upgrades to our 135i.  The first race of 2010 saw us podium in 2nd place.  That was the beginning.  Every single race after that saw us take podium finishes.  July 4th, 2010 saw our first victory with a first place finish in Street RWD as well as Street Overall Class and setting a new class track record at Willow Springs Raceway.  Every since then, we have claim a 1st place Street Overall victory at every single event and even recently set another class track record.  All this happened because of oil coolers... the Competition Series Twin Oil Coolers that solved the dreaded limp mode.

Type III Hard Anodize Black Finish:

The oil coolers come standard with no finish (silver color).  Just like our intercoolers, we're now offering them with the Type III Hard Anodize Black for guys who want the stealthy look.  With the Type III Hard Anodized finish, it is very hard to tell there is an aftermarket oil cooler on the car. Another added benefit of the Type III Hard Anodizing is that it makes the oil cooler fins harder and stronger, which makes it less prone to getting bent/damaged from road debris like rocks etc... We opted for the Type III Hard Anodizing over the Type II color anodizing which is only asthetics for this purpose only (even though it cost us considerably more to anodize Type III than Type II). We started using the Type III Hard Anodized Black finish on our rally car customer's FMICs years ago.  Rally cars go through tremendous amounts of abuse and it was quite common to take hits on the intercooler from debris on the course.  In fact after 1 event, we would often see a large portion of the intercooler fins bent (killing efficiency) and fixing them after each event was quite tedious.  After the Type III Hard Anodizing, we notice a big difference as there was considerably less damage.  Even after hits and even accidents, the FMIC could take more abuse than before.  Testing has shown no noticeable ill-effect from the Type III Hard Anodizing on performance (regular spray paint etc... has shown ill-effects on performance).  Eventually, we started utilizing the same Type III Hard Anodize Black on our street cars and FMIC applications.  It's only natural we would offer the same finish for our oil coolers.

Kit Options:

When the oil cooler box enclosures are used in conjunction with our optional ducting shroud kits, the oil cooler box enclosure actually seals and forces all the airflow captured by the ducting shrouds through the oil cooler cores.  Improves the oil cooler's effectiveness and efficiency.  The ducting shroud kits are available in aluminum.  These are model and bumper specific so make sure you order the correct shroud kit.


Car Model and Front Bumper Aluminum Shroud
135i (All bumpers) Available
135i with our FE Widebody front bumper Available
335i (All bumpers) Available

Aluminum Ducting Shrouds shown

Aluminum Ducting Shrouds shown

Conversion Kit For Early 2006 Model 335i With No Factory Oil Cooler:
The very first 335i built in early 2006 did not come from the factory with an oil cooler.  With the N54 engine running very hot, BMW quickly realized that this was a big mistake.  An oil cooler was quickly added the next year.  For those who do not have the factory oil cooler, you will need to convert your car's oil filter housing to a later model year that has external ports for an oil cooler.  We are now offering these brand new genuine BMW parts to make the conversion.  Parts included: Oil Filter Housing, Oil Cooler Thermostat housing, gaskets and hardware.

Genuine BMW Parts for late model oil filter housing conversion.

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$1,495.00

Sports Series Oil Cooler Upgrade Kit

$795.00

After 3 years of development, they're finally ready.  Introducing our Sports Series Oil Cooler System!

Sport Oil Cooler in Type III Hard Anodize Black Finish and optional Nylon Braided Hose

Ease of Installation: (1 Easy, 5 Hard) 2
Key Features:

 

  • Reduces the high oil temperatures that the N54 and N55 engine produces which helps reduce oil breakdown, improving the longevity of your car!
  • Large 9"x8"x2" (11"x8"x2" with end tanks) Oil Coolers.  Factory stock oil cooler 8.75"x4.75"x1"
  • Over 350% larger capacity than the factory oil cooler!!!
  • Sports Oil Cooler has a total of 144 cubic inches of core!  Factory oil cooler has 41 cubic inches.
  • Available with no finish (silver) or Type III Hard Black Anodizing (for stealth). Hard anodizing helps improve durability of intercooler fins against damage from road debris (rocks).
  • Enclosed box with venting louvers - protects oil coolers from road debris without sacrificing airflow!
  • High Quality Goodridge AN Fittings in Black Anodize - NO China made fittings used here.
  • High End Goodridge Stainless Steel Braided Oil Lines 
  • Optional Goodridge Nylon Braided Oil Lines - Upon request
  • Optional Carbon Fiber or Aluminum Shrouding to direct airflow through the oil coolers for improved efficiency.
  • Includes all hardware needed to install.  No need to go hunting for hardware to finish the installation.
  • Developed under the harsh racing conditions on our 135i Race Car.
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty.

Shown with Optional Aluminum Shroud Kit

Shown with Optional Aluminum Shroud Kit

It's well known that the N54 and N55 engines runs very hot.  Turbos that build a lot of heat and a small radiator play into why this engine runs so hot.  A quick look at your gauge cluster on your dash after a few minutes of "spirited" driving, you'll notice oil temperatures over 250 degrees.  Considering that most cars don't even exceed 230 degrees tells you quite a bit.  As oil temperatures get too high, thermal degradation occurs.  This is when the oil starts to lose viscosity due to heat and start to break down and becomes more susceptible to "shearing" or oil breakdown. An internal combustion engine like the N54/N55 engine, imparts high shear forces on the motor oil, which is sandwiched between two rotating or sliding forces under load and heat.  "Shearing" is when the molecular structure is essentially torn apart by these mechanical shear forces.  Lower your operating oil temperature will greatly reduce this.  Thus your motor oil is in better shape to protect the bearings in your car's engine, thus improving longevity.

The 135i/335i comes from the factory with a small oil cooler with a core size of 8.75"x4.75"x1" (222mmx121mmx26mm) which comes out to 41 cubic inches of core.  The Sports Series Oil Cooler system features a large 11"x8"x2" (280mmx203mmx51mm) oil cooler with a core size of 9"x8"x2" (229mmx203mmx51mm).  The Sports Series Oil Cooler comes out to 144 cubic inches  of core which is 3.5 times larger than the factory unit each! 

The Sports Series Oil Cooler mounts to its own box enclosure.  Louvers on the backside of the box enclosure ensures airflow through the oil cooler while protecting the oil cooler from road debris, especially debris kicked up from the front tires.  During initial testing, our box enclosure had a big window (open hole) in the back for airflow.  However, throughout the race season, it took so much abuse from rocks, tire and other debris kicked up from the front tires that we had to replace the oil coolers on our Time Attack 135i.  Thus, instead of a big hole for airflow to flow through, we used louvers instead to protect the back side of the oil cooler.  This effectively solved the issue without any affect on performance.  Oil temperatures as well as oil temperature deltas stayed the same. 

Louvered Box Enclosure (Front View)

Louvered Box Enclosure (Back View)

Everything needed to install is included with the kits.  No low quality, cheap fittings and lines made overseas used here.  High quality Goodridge anodized black AN fittings and high end Goodridge Nylon Braided Lines are used throughout the kit.  We use high quality Goodridge stainless steel braided lines standard as they offer the best abrasion resistance.  Upon request, we can supply Goodridge Nylon Braided oil lines.  These high end Goodridge Nylon Braided lines are the new thing to use for oil lines as they have many advantages and no disadvantages (other than higher price) than traditional stainless steel braided lines.  The main advantage is that they are lightweight.  Nylon is considerably lighter than stainless steel.  Nylon Braided Lines do not fray.  Stainless steel braided lines will start to fray and those who are familiar with stainless steel braided lines know what we're talking about.  The stainless steel mesh in the lines start to "fray" or break and thus you get poked with the broken ends.  Saves a lot of bloody fingers.  Nylon Braided lines can withstand more heat and retain the heat inside the line better.  Stainless steel lines tends to release the heat inside the lines, thus when you touch the lines, they tend to be hot.  

Oil Filter Housing Adapter for AN Lines

 

Type III Hard Anodize Black Finish:

The oil coolers come standard with no finish (silver color).  Just like our intercoolers, we're now offering them with the Type III Hard Anodize Black for guys who want the stealthy look.  With the Type III Hard Anodized finish, it is very hard to tell there is an aftermarket oil cooler on the car. Another added benefit of the Type III Hard Anodizing is that it makes the oil cooler fins harder and stronger, which makes it less prone to getting bent/damaged from road debris like rocks etc... We opted for the Type III Hard Anodizing over the Type II color anodizing which is only asthetics for this purpose only (even though it cost us considerably more to anodize Type III than Type II). We started using the Type III Hard Anodized Black finish on our rally car customer's FMICs years ago.  Rally cars go through tremendous amounts of abuse and it was quite common to take hits on the intercooler from debris on the course.  In fact after 1 event, we would often see a large portion of the intercooler fins bent (killing efficiency) and fixing them after each event was quite tedious.  After the Type III Hard Anodizing, we notice a big difference as there was considerably less damage.  Even after hits and even accidents, the FMIC could take more abuse than before.  Testing has shown no noticeable ill-effect from the Type III Hard Anodizing on performance (regular spray paint etc... has shown ill-effects on performance).  Eventually, we started utilizing the same Type III Hard Anodize Black on our street cars and FMIC applications.  It's only natural we would offer the same finish for our oil coolers.

Kit Options:

When the oil cooler box enclosures are used in conjunction with our optional ducting shroud kits, the oil cooler box enclosure actually seals and forces all the airflow captured by the ducting shrouds through the oil cooler cores.  Improves the oil cooler's effectiveness and efficiency.  The ducting shroud kits are available in aluminum or carbon fiber.  These are model and bumper specific so make sure you order the correct shroud kit.

Car Model and Front Bumper Aluminum Shroud Carbon Fiber Shroud
135i with factory front bumper (Msport) Available Coming Soon
135i with BMW Performance front bumper Coming Soon Coming Soon
135i with our FE Widebody front bumper Available Coming Soon
335i with factory front bumper Available Coming Soon
335i with BMW Performance front bumper Available Coming Soon
335i with Mtech front bumper Coming Soon Coming Soon

Upgrade to a Competition Series Twin Cooler:
The Sports Series Oil Cooler Kit is upgradable to the Competition Series Twin Oil Cooler Kit.  Just specify when ordering.  The Competition Series Twin Oil Cooler Kit is ideal for those who track their cars.  When the need finally comes for the Competition Series Oil Cooler Kit, you don't need to sell your Sports Oil Cooler Kit.  Just purchase the upgrade kit!
Conversion Kit For Early 2006 Model 335i With No Factory Oil Cooler:
The very first 335i built in early 2006 did not come from the factory with an oil cooler.  With the N54 engine running very hot, BMW quickly realized that this was a big mistake.  An oil cooler was quickly added the next year.  For those who do not have the factory oil cooler, you will need to convert your car's oil filter housing to a later model year that has external ports for an oil cooler.  We are now offering these brand new genuine BMW parts to make the conversion.  Parts included: Oil Filter Housing, Oil Cooler Thermostat housing, gaskets and hardware.

Genuine BMW Parts for late model oil filter housing conversion.

LIMITED TIME ONLY!  WHILE SUPPLIES LAST!
Free Evolution Racewerks t-shirt, keychain lanyard and license plate frame with purchase!

Free Gift with purchase!

FREE GIFT!!!

 

 
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$795.00

Motul 300V Power 5w40 Racing Motor Oil

$29.95

Motul is the specialist in high-tech lubricants; Motul has been developing the World's best high quality synthetic lubricants since the 1960's.  Armed with their technical partnerships with the most prestigious manufactures in Europe (BMW, Porsche, VW), while testing their best products in the most extreme competitive conditions (F1, Cart, WRC, JGTC and more), Motul has developed a line of oils to meet your every need.

    Features
  • 100% synthetic, double ester-based
  • Specially developed for racing
  • Viscosity ideal for balance between power and endurance protection
  • Compatibility

  • Compatible with a wide selection of engines naturally aspirated, high torque turbo and cars that produce average to high levels of exhaust fumes

Motul has developed Double Ester Technology for new 300V series, superior to complex ester that recognized the best base oil for engine oil up to now. Double Ester Technology, made by carefully balancing the ratio of complex ester and the newly developed macromolecular high polymer ester, enable base oil more wide-ranged, and delivers high output performance and superior reliability.  By carefully selecting the right polymer, 0% shear loss can be achieved.

Motul 300V Power 5w40 Racing Motor Oil is what we use in our 135i Time Attack Race Car.  This is the viscosity we recommend for road racing, the ideal balance between power and endurance protection.  It is also used by many of the world's leading racing teams like Porsche, Jaguar, Honda Mugen, Nismo, Alpha Romeo and many more!

Sold per bottle (2 Liter or 2.1 Quarts).  Engine oil capacities listed below:

Audi/VW 1.8T Engine (A4, GTI, Passat): 4.35L or 4.6 quarts (3 bottles)

Audi 2.7T Bi-Turbo Engine (S4, A6/Allroad): 6.5L or 6.9 quarts (4 bottles)

BMW N54 3.0 Twin Turbo Engine (135i, 335i, 535i, X6 xDrive35i, Z4 sDrive35i): 6.9 quarts (4 bottles)

BMW N55 3.0 Single Turbo Engine (135i, 335i, 535i): 6.9 quarts (4 bottles)


$29.95

N54 (3.0TT) Carbon Fiber Engine Cover

$274.95
Introducing our new carbon fiber engine cover for the N54 engine (found in the 135i, 335i and 535i)!

Real Carbon Fiber Engine Cover in Gloss Finish

Fits all N54 Engines (135i,335i,535i,X6 xDrive35i, Z4 sDrive35i)

Ease of Installation (1 Easy, 5 Hard) 1
 
Key Features:
  • Real Grade A Carbon Fiber (1x1 Weave)
  • Easy installation for novices.  Only basic hand tools needed.
  • Available in gloss clear coat or flat (matte) clear coat.
  • Compression type mold - Produces smooth inner surface and best fitment.
  • Guaranteed fitment!
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty
Something as simple as a carbon fiber engine cover will transform the look of your plain engine bay.  Our carbon fiber engine cover is constructed from real Grade A carbon fiber weave.  Using a special compression type plug mold, we are able to have a smooth clean finish on the inside of the engine cover.  The compression type plug mold also helps ensure that each and every single carbon fiber engine cover comes out with a perfect fit.  We even GUARANTEE fitment or we send you a new one! 

Back side of Carbon Fiber Engine Cover

 

Our carbon fiber engine cover is available in 2 different finishes, a glossy clear coat which helps the engine cover shine or a flat clear coat (matte) for those who want the more discrete, bare carbon fiber look.

Close up: Gloss Finish

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