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Old 11-21-2008, 09:36 AM   #21
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Old 11-21-2008, 10:02 AM   #22
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I've driven and worked on them.

Im not impressed. Yes, a little more kick then the stock 750iL, but I know even the cheaper 135i will smoke it.

335 for sure once they fix the turbo lag.

Bring it! I'll run him in my hoopdie R6.
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Old 11-21-2008, 10:04 AM   #23
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335 for sure once they fix the turbo lag.

Bring it! I'll run him in my hoopdie R6.
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Old 11-23-2008, 04:35 PM   #24
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is it a 7 speed auto? the e55 amg with 7 speed auto trans is fast. software and a pulley upgrade is dumb fast.
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335 for sure once they fix the turbo lag.

Bring it! I'll run him in my hoopdie R6.
The 135i is faster than the 335i. Same engine and drivetrain, in a smaller, lighter car.
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I got 3 or 4 bikes that I would put money on against any of the above mentioned cars 1/4 mile or top speed run
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nope. only the M5(e60) has the 7 speed, but its a redeveloped manual transmission w changed gears; like gear one is in the normal position, gear four where gear two normally is etc... that way the pneumatic gear shifting mechanism can shift out of one gear while simutaneously shifting into the next one, w the computer controlled double clutch.

the e66 750il still uses a ZF or GM automatic transmission, 6 speed w lock up. No new technology there. But the EGS control module does use multiple locks for multigear shifting.

What makes the 750 feel fast is the valvetronic system(idle and throttle is controlled directly by the valve lift and opens more then customer request upon adaptive learned characteristics of the customer.) Think about it... its like adding a couple ounces to the gas pedal then you are actually pushing it.
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